I have a SuperMicro SuperServer 6027TR-HTRF with four X9DRT-HF nodes but one of them has a socket with a broken pin :(
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On ebay there are some X9DRT-HF+ nodes for sale but I don't know if that will work.
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I'm building my first rackmount server (planning a Xeon Silver 4208 and Supermicro MBD-X11SPL) but I'm struggling to find a decent (and reasonably priced) chassis here in Australia. I've been looking at the Supermicro CSE-825TQ but shipping from the US increases the cost to around $825...
I got a new board recently to upgrade my oddball UIO case server, it's an X10SRW-F, which is like a WIO form factor X10SRL-F
My BIOS is rev 3.22 (latest) and IPMI Redfish 3.9 (also latest - just updated both last night)
I was really excited to set this board up and retire my X9SPU-F, but...
I have a supermicro blade chassis, 5037MR-H8TRF, with a few blades with X9 boards.
The seller had previously used IPMI effectively (this is something I confirmed to be true) even so much as providing login info. However I can't get a link, even after resetting and cold rebooting BMC...
What good temperature cpu without a fan?
I have a new mainboard in a supermicro case (mini itx case not rack) and I have a temperature 10 ° higher than an other mainboard in consumer case.
I would like to understand what operating temperature it should work or add other fan inside the...
It seems like SuperMicro X9 boards with E3v1/v2 CPUs (X9SCL-F, X9SCL+-F, X9SCI-LN4F, X9SCA-F, X9SCM-F, X9SCM-IIF, etc) will not allow you to enter BIOS if the system date is past December 31, 2020. When attempting to enter BIOS, it comes up with a blue screen, and in the bottom right the error...
There was a motherboard that was reviewed here a few months ago : Supermicro X11SCL-IF. I looked at the comments and there are a few points that are unclear to me.
1. In the specs it says support is up to 95W, 6 cores. Patrick's answer in this regard was "It worked on our board, but it...
I had to RMA a broken X11SCH-LN4F and ended up buying another to not incur any downtime. SuperMicro sent me back a brand new board. The latest UEFI (v1.5) is flashed and the RMA team tested the new board. Retail box included.
Sold are two Supermicro Epyc SP3 Motherboards.
A H11DSi and one H11DSi-NT.
Both are revision 2 and have been repaired by me.
The DSi had multiple Pins bent in both sockets while the NT presumably had a transistor, labeled Q1, ripped away near the BMC, preventing POST.
Specifically tested and...
I currently have a Supermicro 846 chassis with PWS-920P-SQ power supplies and I am use to the low noise floor using these PSU's. I was thinking of moving to a Supermicro 847 chassis and was wondering if I could use the same PWS-920P-SQ power supplies?
I only plan on using 14-16 hard drives...
Case was solved by adding a second CPU.
I own a Supermicro X9DBU-iF board (up-to-date BMC/BIOS) with a rsc-r1uu-ue16 riser.
I am trying to make it detect an Intel XL710-BM1 Quad-Port 10G SFP+ PCIe 3.0 x8 NIC and/or an Intel 82599ES Dual-Port 10G SFP+ PCIe 2.0 x8 (up to date firmware)...
HI, Looking to sell some hardware to solve a personal situation.
All is in working order, Can provide lots of info on request.
Don't hesitate to ask questions by PM
Thanks for looking.
Sorry for the quality of the pictures, I have an old phone.
Looking to get rid of this soon as.
This is pretty much a perfect FreeNAS file server and has been serving as such reliably in my homelab.
Consists of a SC836 case from circa 2008 or so which had everything overhauled a few years back with 4 PIN PWM SuperQuiet fans (FAN-0104L4), a SuperQuiet...
I'm wondering whether the H8DGi-F board (2014) I own can support NVMe drives if I add a PCI-E card.
Supermicro's support site has nothing on this subject.
I tried a generic PCI-e NVMe card with a consumer...
Hello all you fantastic people on here
With your knowledge and advice, I've managed to decide on some hardware that should suit my needs quite well, and thank you very much for that! I've decided on an Intel Celeron G4900 APU, because of it's up to date Quick Sync codec, ECC memory support, low...
Selling some Supermicro CSE-M28SAB-OEM SFF Drive cages for unused fullsize 5.25 slots.
The cages are fanless and are straight through to two SFF8087 connectors, thus SAS3/SATA3 compatible.
I used them to upgrade NAS-purposed tower servers, which have by now either been retired or...
Found this on google: ftp://ftp.abacus.cz/support/FW/MB/SUPERMICRO/ — a huge archive of historical BIOS and IPMI firmware versions for various Supermicro boards.
Abacus is a Supermicro distributor in Czech Republic.
I'm interested in building a storage server and using a few AOC-SLG3-4E4R / AOC-SLG3-2E4R cards to connect to a bunch of NVMe drives.
Per this Supermicro page, AOC-SLG3-4E4R, AOC-SLG3-2E4R (and all the other cards without a PCIe switch) require a mux for more than one card on same PCIe bus...
So I bought a X9DRI-LN4F board a wile ago and use it as the basis for a home FreeNAS box (running a couple of VMs as well as normal storage server duties).
The problem I had with it was that after connecting to the BMC with Supermicros IPMIView and trying to open the Remote Console, it would...