Hi, I was wondering if anyone here knows how to boot up Esxi 7.0 on a m.2 or even if it is possible? Because I want to use M.2's instead of regular SSD drives. My Supermicro motherboard does not support any M.2 onboard, that is why I bought a PCIE 4 to M.2 adapter to support my M.2.
Do you need a lot of space to attach drives? Do you live in the Seattle area? Then this is for you!
This chassis and motherboard combo would make an awesome home NAS with massive expansion capabilities, you know, for all those Linux ISOs and/or Chia ;)
The Chenbro NR40700 includes the following...
i alreaddy have
i neat to buy
Build’s Name: unraid nas
Operating System/ Storage Platform: unraid
CPU: E5-2650V2 (or two)
Motherboard: X9SRi-F (or X9DR3-LN4F+)
Chassis: Cooler Master CM Stacker STC-T01
Drives: 2 WD40EFZX for paroty and wat 1tb black wd drives
RAM: 8 Kingston KTH-PL316ELV/8G...
I've seen a few BIOS modifications floating around for the X9 boards (NVMe boot) and wondered if anyone has attempted updating the TPM support in the X9 BIOS to support TPM2.0. According to Supermicro you need X10 or later to use the newer TPM chip, and plugging the newer model in...
I'm looking to sell this server for $4000.
These are the specs that the server comes with:
Intel Xeon Platinum 8170 Servers
2x Intel Xeon Platinum 8170
32Gb DDR4 ECC RAM
Supermicro 846 24 Bay 3.5”
2x 1280 sqpsu
Noctua CPU coolers
I will accept payment...
I put a bid in on a server on ebay - the CSE-829U x10dru-i+, didn't realize until later it had no backplane. No big deal, but I see there are shit tons of variants, and as long as I'm going to put one in, I figure I'll ask some people with more experience than me what to get?
I want to replace my Unifi Dream Machine Pro and go with a custom system / setup and I am ideally looking for something like the SuperMicro SuperServer 5018D-FN8T - primarily because it has at least one 10Gbit / SFP+ and a handful of 1Gbit ports and a beefy enough CPU for what it is supposed to...
Selling a previous build I used for unraid. Comes with the following:
Server case (Do not remember the model, think it is a Rosewill) and keys to lock
All disk trays (10x 3.5", 4x 2.5" - I do not have the keys for the two lockable 3.5" but the trays are unlocked)
EVGA 850 GQ Gold Power Supply...
Selling a Supermicro server in a CSE113-M chassis with ...
Supermicro X10SLM-F motherboard
Intel Xeon E3-1270v3 with 3.5Ghz
Active CPU cooler
32GB ECC Udimm RAM (4x8GB Samsung)
LSI 9217-i8 SAS2 controller (flashed IT mode) for 8x 2.5" SAS/SATA hard disks (HDD/SSD) with respective cables (data)...
I recently purchased a used supermicro 36 bay server (SV-6047R-E1R36N) and the front backplane has a fairly noticable high pitched noise/coil whine when running, and unfortunately since this is going to be set up in a living space it's something I will need to resolve.
I've tried swapping out...
Hi! My workplace bought a Supermicro server with a H11SSW-NT (EPYC) motherboard a year ago, and there's a small annoyance that I've been trying to find the cause for ever since:
When Linux boots up and initializes the AMD FCH SATA controller, any empty drive bay results in a DUMMY ata port...
I'm looking for a Supermicro CSE-846 with SAS2 backplane ( (preferably in the DC area to avoid shipping costs, but I'm willing to pay shipping based on pricing).
I'm looking to build a 4U LGA-3647 system, so if you have a complete system, I may be interested also.
I'm looking to buy some ram...
I'm selling a Supermicro X11SAE Rev 1.01 as defect.
Link: X11SAE | Motherboards | Products | Super Micro Computer, Inc.
The board sometimes doesn't boot. If you put some pressure on the bios-chip, then it boots. Seems like some of the soldering joints on the bios-chip are the problem. But I'm...
I have an Supermicro X10SRL-F and whenever I try to boot with my e5-2680v4 it starts up and then randomly during the boot process turns off. It happens at random points during the boot process. I have also tried with a 4-core v3 processor and it works fine. The v4 also is not being detected in...
Hey all -
I recently wrote up a blog post after buying another Supermicro X9DRi-LN4F+ only to find out that the eBay seller had not checked for a BIOS password. After experimenting with all of the suggestions on STH and other blogs I was unable to get it to clear. I tried CMOS battery...
I'm in the market for a mini-ITX motherboard for a file server that I'm building. Essential requirements are:
Compatibility with Ubuntu Server 20.04 (doesn't have to be Ubuntu certified)
PCI-E 3.0 x16 slot - I intend to eventually run a tape drive (for periodic backups) off an ATTO H1244 card...
Just trying to get rid of the inner rails for the rare MCP-290-00058-0N rail-kit to exchange them with inner rails from a MCP-290-00053-0N. Unfortunately, I'm unable to remove them for 4 days now and totally feel stupid. Am I missing something? Are they not removable once installed?
Does somebody know if I can mod a Supermicro 933T and exchange the triple-redundant (Sp382-ts 380W) for a p920-SQ and exchanging the powerboard. Is there a lot of modification needed?
If not, somebody knows if the fans of Sp382-ts 380W are very noisy?