Thanks I've seen that, he managed to reach ~6Gb speeeds, but I did not try iperf myself. Could not find out how to do it properly.Wolfgang on YouTube tested the S920 with a 10G card, you should be able to run 2.5G. He also shows how he tested the throughput with iperf.
Thats also just raw throughput, I'm curious what the S920 / S930 can push with IPS / IDS enabled.Thanks I've seen that, he managed to reach ~6Gb speeeds, but I did not try iperf myself. Could not find out how to do it properly.
I had same issue with S920 - pci-e was stuck on gen1 2.5GT/s and I managed to fix it with EditCMOS and now I get gen2 speed - 5GT/sThere are ItemIDs for slot speeds in GabiSettings.cfg. If you feel adventurous you could try the bios tools I linked.
ItemID = 011E, Slot 1 Link Speed
ItemID = 011F, Slot 2 Link Speed
ItemID = 0120, Slot 3 Link Speed
ItemID = 0121, Slot 4 Link Speed
> EditCMOS.exe SetID:0x01B7=0x0151
I have one piece available in Germany. I can send it to you per post if you want .Yep, I eventually found something concrete from some spare parts site. Fujitsu code for the plastic retainer is V26827-B443-V250 in case someone else wants to go for the original. Availability and prices in EU are so-so and I’ll purchase something similar but cheaper like generic stand-off pieces.
You can always just get another thin client that uses the 415ga, but you're also going to see nearly 40% less single thread performance:The S920 which I have got AMD GX-424CC which is consumes more power than GX 415-GA. This website says that ( https://www.cpu-world.com/Compare/301/AMD_G-Series_GX-415GA_vs_AMD_G-Series_GX-424CC.html ) GX-415 GA is 40% more power efficient. I am planning to replace the S920 CPU with GX-415 GA. I plan to get 415-GA from an old HP 620 thin client. Any thoughts on this approach?. Do you think I can some power with CPU swap?
EDIT: Looks like I cannot remove the CPU and seems to fixed permanently!
I have installed Windows 10 and here is the nvme drive speedMhh.. 900 and something MB/s is what I already get here in Gen1 mode (using CrystalDiskMark on Windows), I will test and post my results with the BIOS setting adjusted, but not within the next few days unfortunately, since a lot of stuff is in the queue. I'm not quite sure yet what is going on with NVMe drives in PCIe M.2 adapters, my tests with the same drive on "real" Gen2 and Gen3 ATX motherboards where not satisfactory either and even slower than on the s920 (those tests ended at around 750 MB/s, for some other yet unknown reason o).
FWIW, my drive is a 0.5TB Samsung 980 MZ-V8V500BW.
they do work for me when clicked in my postThis looks promising! o) Thank you, I did not try for myself yet unfortunately, but I will get to it eventually.. o)
The links you posted to the adapters, they do not work for me, I don't know why. I even tried copying the item ids from your urls into random items I clicked on aliexpress, but to no avail. Maybe it's a geolocation block or something.. o)
Replying to my own post after a long time but the issue I found was disabled c-states in bios - explains why the processor was always running so hot. If anyone has these problems, double check your bios settings!Can anyone with the GX-222GC CPU share what temps they hit with the passive cooler? Or if they have any cooling solution in place? My unit tends to hit ~85c (~27ish in my room) after replacing the thermal paste, no bandwidth through it just idling in the web UI of opnsense, wondering if I should do anything to help it out a lil. Ty!