no changes other than this:
disable 18 cores.(bitmap FFFFF)
windows power plan balanced, run CPU-Z stress cpu to put load.
i use X12SPM with BIOS 1.0, you can not expect the same BIOS default settings.
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if you run linux maybe you have to set to "BIOS Controls EPB" and "Maximum Performance"
It's not an artificial limitation. X13DAI is standard EATX and with the increased size of the socket and routing requirements of PCI-e 4.0 they can only fit a limited number of lanes. SP2C741D16X is an enormous EEB motherboard hence its increased connectivity, but EEB is a miserable form factor to work with - the mounting holes don't match any of the (E)ATX standards so outside of a few cases you're stuck drilling your own holes.Was surprised to see significantly fewer PCIe lanes implemented than CPU can support, e.g. X13DAI has only 64 PCIe lanes wired instead of expected 80 (so 20% less) on CPU1 and 48 PCIe lanes on CPU2 (-40%), IMV they're taking a step backwards, although Gigabyte MS73 does the same but seems like AsRock SP2C741D16X has better implementation with more hardware limit coverage implemented (7 PCIe slots + M.2 + 2x MCIO + 3x OCuLink but last one goes via PCH). Not accounting for Tyan since their Dual-socket LGA4677 range doesn't have customer-level form-factors yet (but Single-CPU does have a better options almost like their SuperMicro X13SEI counterpart - which is practically implementing all PCIe lanes, Tyan even has some PCH PCe lanes exposed to customer devices via M.2 PCH-bound slots), of course not mentioning Advantech / DFI and other manufacturers because of broad market non-availability.
Therefore since even smartest community people don't have minimum effort/risk solution - for now will have to park X13 along with RAM and case into storage for another 3 months and list CPU on ebay at half price to stay competitive (there are plenty ES's already listed there), Also as IT manager in mid-size corp - from now on trying to avoid Supermicro from our shopping list because of all these added restrictions over recent generations, seems to be a bit dodgy imposing these artificial limits (I'm not talking about official compatibility support obviously).
sorry, probably off-topic, will try to cut this short and won't expand to any other replies.It's not an artificial limitation. X13DAI is standard EATX and with the increased size of the socket and routing requirements of PCI-e 4.0 they can only fit a limited number of lanes. SP2C741D16X is an enormous EEB motherboard hence its increased connectivity, but EEB is a miserable form factor to work with - the mounting holes don't match any of the (E)ATX standards so outside of a few cases you're stuck drilling your own holes.
AsRock Rack SPC621D8Also, can you verify that ES support was removed from the AsRock Rack SPC621D8 starting with BIOS 1.30? The beta BIOS 1.23 works with ES (non-QS) CPUs, but 1.30 and 1.40 don't boot with them.
oh thank you so much for your help I’m desperately looking for this file for 3dayshow lower ? will be 2.19 low enough i.e. ? may i ask for what reason do you need ?
NO !I’m considering to purchase xeon P-8124 or xeon 8124m
Will these cpus work on hp z6 g4?
Bro I finally made it!!!NO !
the P-8124 is Skylake B1, microcode not included.
and both have TDP=240W / TDC=255A and need VRM controller with ICC_MAX = 255A
other mboard can be modded but the Z6 G4 VRM is too weak.
Hi,Bro I finally made it!!!
I've been looking for this file for 4 days all day long
I have big news to HP Z6/Z8 G4 workstation owners
I found HP Z6/Z8 G4 workstation's super early version bios file with Engineering Sample microcode.
If is there anyone want this file just PM me I'll send this file for free
I won't upload this publically because it might be illegal to upload hp bios in public
(Please let me know if it isn't lol)
Now I have a question can I use ES processor such as QL1K?
Since this file has 50652h microcodeView attachment 29379