Have you tried to connect to the motherboard via power distibution board? Or you can not do this, because you have atx power supply? My problem is that I can not find + 12v sb contact with a multimeter. My power supply has only one contact +12v, although at the scheme on the top is written "Output +12V 114.17a; +12V sb 2.5A".
See photos. But for connection I used standard ATX power supply and it was success.
Fans are working directly from power supply 12v, 100%. And 2 pins need to be jumped all time, yes!AMAZING! I will have to try that on my board tonight! That is excellent! How do you have your fans wired currently? Are they running 100% off the power supply? Also, do you happen to know if those 2 pins need to be jumped at all times to get it to power up?
Perhaps SSD is not working because of front panel. Maybe even needed some combination of closed contacts connected. Today I cannot try this. I will write after check it.I am from Indiana USA. How about you?
I went ahead and jumped the board the same way you did and got into the BIOS settings. I will upload pictures of that later tonight. I tried to hook a SSD with windows 10 installed on it, plugged into SATA4 or SATA5 that are adjacent to the PCIe ports. Unfortunately the SSD wasn't recognized. I tried changing the settings in the BIOS to get it to work, but had no luck. At first I thought it was because it was trying to boot over network. Changing the Advanced settings -> Embedded Network Devices -> and changing both NIC1 and NIC2 to Enabled without PXE. I also changed the SATA settings to AHCI and Auto. Still no luck. I am currently trying to hook the stock HDD midplane up and see if I can get it to boot that way. Unfortunately this will be too long to go into my case this way, so I will have to find another way to make it work even if I can get it to boot this way. Perhaps a PCIe to SATA card.
You can try to use external HDD with portable windows to try the system.This is the stock configuration. Trying to boot over PXE.
Here is where I turned that off:
This is as I enabled the Embedded SATA Controller. Unfortunately, even with my SSD plugged into the board, it didn't show up in this list. That is why I am going to try it with the mid plane HDD board.
Currently I am getting "No Bootable Device - please restart system or press F11 to enter boot manager."
I have my bios set to boot via Hard Disk -> USB -> DVD -> Network
Thank you! I would like to find a way to use the integrated SATA connectors on the board as well. I will keep trying also. If not, I will look into a PCIe to sata card or else a way to move the sata board via a riser cable (if such a thing exists). I cant have it extending the board out this long.Сongratulations!!! Unfortunately, I do not have SATA panel like you. I will experiment with the integrated connectors.
Amazing job! I was hoping we could figure it out! In your video, it looks like your SATA jumper is in the same row as the power jumper. The picture you posted is showing the opposite row. Can you take a picture of it so it will hopefully be clearer?
Has sent you a photo. I tried only one sata connector.Amazing job! I was hoping we could figure it out! In your video, it looks like your SATA jumper is in the same row as the power jumper. The picture you posted is showing the opposite row. Can you take a picture of it so it will hopefully be clearer?
Have you tried both SATA ports this way to make sure they both work?
Thank you. The picture is way more clear. I will try that in a little bit. Do you just experiment by jumping pins together to see which ones work? Haha.Has sent you a photo. I tried only one sata connector.
Interesting to know for what you`ll need 16 core Computer.