I know but if prices for T4 will still be high I will maybe go for a dual slot Quadro.Tesla T4 and P4 are powered via PCIe Slot with 75 Watts, thats the PCIe spec. Both don't have power connectors, and 750W would have been enough.
Only go with a Tesla card if you plan to use vGPU and no pass-through. Otherwise you're better off with any consumer card.I know but if prices for T4 will still be high I will maybe go for a dual slot Quadro.
No, I don't know. Actually currently looking for another riser card and remove the 2.5 caddy.Do you know what riser I can buy to fit it under the 2 back side drives?
I asked about that in the support forum, apparently the part does exist: BC1M01SSDABTW: Do you know what riser I can buy to fit it under the 2 back side drives? I was looking at the RH1288 risers but I see they are different. There is not enough space between metal part and drive cage to install the 2U riser and use only one slot. So I am looking for a 1U single PCIe x16 riser for that one to get an extra PCIe slot.
Its acutally straight forward. Follow the manual of VMware.Hi
Can someone here help me to get an USB 3.0 Chipset into an VM Ware Machine? Sadly that will not work as intend.
This is not BIOS releated (except you disabled USB). As mentioned please follow the manual of VMware.So what do I need to change in the Server Bios? Before I delete the Test Installation of the ESXi I tried but not worked. When I connect anything to the USB Port nothing happend.
Thanks, at least now I know what to look for. I wonder why it was not populated, I see it as limitation for expansion.I asked about that in the support forum, apparently the part does exist: BC1M01SSDA
But haven't seen that one in the wild so far.
RH2288H V3-PCIe riser in HDD tray - Huawei Enterprise Support Community
It is probably, but not certainly, due to Windows needing drivers at boot up to detect the RAID card those HDD's are connected to.Well I use the ISO and the Virtual Drive and yes I hope you guesst it not working. Windows refuse to install on any drive who is installed in the Server for no Reason at all!
That is actually interesting, while I can see the SN and other details I cant find the model based on BOM, can you please provide that info?By the way, these work fine with HP common slot PSUs. There is a "notch" on the top of the cage which differs in position between the HP model and the Huawei one, but when you've cut that, it is recognised and more than a little amusing.
It also is a lot, lot quieter than the default 750w one. There doesn't appear to be much if any difference in power consumption.
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