Hey guys, first timer here but have been lurking for a while.
I'm hoping someone here might be able to shed some light on NVMe drive compatibilty with the m.2 slot.
My board (X10SDV-4C-TLN2F) fails to detect both my 970 EVO and a Transcend 220S drive.
In BIOS I put the m.2 oprom in EFI mode...
I am looking for a lower end Supermicro Xeon D based motherboard for a dedicated file serving only FreeNAS server. Also interested in memory and potentially a SYS-5029A-2TN4 Mini Tower chassis. I have previously used a Xeon D 1541 but it was definitely overkill for the task. If anyone...
Supermicro X10-SDV-F with 8-core Xeon and extra cooler
I'm offering my barely used Supermicro X10-SDV-F with an 8-core Xeon and I'm asking for :
385.00 EUR incl. shipping in the EU (European Union)
Shipping will be insured up to 500.00 EUR
Payment via PayPal or Revolut bank transfer only
Selling 2x X10SDV-4C-TLNF - slightly "funky" in behavior.
One is a D-1520, the other is a D-1521
the D-1521 board suffers from unstable IPMI/10Gbit, meaning once in a blue moon - the onboard nic stops responding - otherwise no issues.
The D-1520 board suffers from no apparent issues...
I have a Supermicro SYS-E200-8D; when it is powered off, it is quite hot in the rear.
I’m wondering if this is normal or if there is any BIOS setting that can prevent this. I’m thinking that it is possible that some components (beside the IPMI) is still powered even when the system is powered...
When the Xeon D 1500 series came out, the only way to max a board out with 128GB was with 4x 32GB DDR4 ECC Reg.
Nowadays, it looks like you can get 64GB DDR4 both as RDIMM and as LRDIMM, plus 128GB as LRDIMM only. I do see people selling 128GB "RDIMM" memory, but those which I have...
Looks like Intel has or will release some new D-15xx models. All the new ones listed on ARK have an N appendage, and as far as I can tell all include QuickAssist and have higher prices.
Anyone out there have any more info? Is this really the only change in 2 years?
Hello STH community.
I'm currently spec'ing out a new NAS/home server, and I'm now stuck making a decision between more CPU versus higher potential RAM...
For some background, My current build is a ZFS on Linux of four 4TB Seagate NAS drives in zraid1 (I know, I regret it but I wanted maximum...
My Xeon-D 1541 arrived but the onboard 10gbe x552/x557 SR-IOV still not able to turn on.
PVE 4.1 installed
Bios 1.0C....will try to test latest 1.1R later
Bios Shows 1541 cpu
Bios shows sr-iov is enabled and m.2 slot now is pcie 3.0 x4?! means NVMe SSD?!
sr-iov failed on x552/x557.