- Apr 6, 2015
Glad I avoided this weirdo. Reminds me there is some strange HW out there that will cause you grief. Much of it finds itself on this forum.
It's not that high.Looks like power usage is high even when NICs are disabled. I remember this was also reported before. Can we assume that disabling NICs with jumper does not power them down?
IMO, the retail version of the X10SLH-F does not come with the 3x Intel X540-T2 10GBaseT NICs - and therefore no way to control (initialize?) them.I noticed reading through the forum that someone updated the bmc firmware with the one posted for the x10slh-f board on supermicro's site. Have anyone tested this and found it safe to do so. If you need them my specs are:
4x - samsung 8gb pc3l-12800 ecc udimm
intel i350-t4 quad port gig nic
silicom i350am2 six port gig nic
2x - 64gb supermicro satadom boot drive (RAID 1)
I appreciate you taking the time to read my message and provide help.
I have the bios, I was looking at updating the BMC firmware with the one on the x10slh-f pageIMO, the retail version of the X10SLH-F does not come with the 3x Intel X540-T2 10GBaseT NICs - and therefore no way to control (initialize?) them.
The custom BIOS we have on the X10SLH-LN6TF does have the BIOS controls for them.