@Patrick I am getting some kind of Site Error message when trying to post any more pics. I think I hit some kind of limit? Even new posts, I get the error (it's a modal popup that says Something went wrong and to contact the site administrator).
I was looking at that ..Has anyone got any idea what rails these use?
King slide 809 doesn't pick anything up, nor does king slide 3561. The inner rail is 32 inches long, and of course the mounting slugs do not match up to anything I have here in the lab.
My kids moved down here from Alaska and are continually complaining about the heat. It's maybe 90f right now.I was looking at that ..
The tabs are similar to my Chenbro NR12000. I already measured though and the locations are different.
However... The holes do seem to like up. I have a set of rails in storage I was going to try to dig up. Mixed in with like a dozen others, it may take me a bit. Oh, and the attic is like 130 F right now.
Was going to pull out the NR12000 and do some comparison shots as well.
enterprise class SSDyeah, forgot to mention that. I'm still wondering what was there initially that used the 110mm length.
max. 1mb picture size. use jpg not png. sometime it sucks, rename file and try again.I think I hit some kind of limit? Even new posts, I get the error (it's a modal popup that says Something went wrong and to contact the site administrator).
looks like wiwynn boardsTake note of the proprietary holes and sliding mounting system. Quite possibly the best setup I've ever used. However, there are no ATX standoffs here and no hold provisions for them
I flat out get an error now for any image. Even small ones. I think I hit some forum user space limit or something (I've been posting max-size pics for years and years like this).enterprise class SSD
max. 1mb picture size. use jpg not png. sometime it sucks, rename file and try again.
as usual. some special jpg's don't work, and sometimes the antivirus hackes in (false positives) resize the pic a bit and try again.I flat out get an error now for any image. Even small ones. I think I hit some forum user space limit or something (I've been posting max-size pics for years and years like this).
Isn't the answer always, "it depends on your use case"? Hehe.So I have an old Cisco UCS C240 M3 Server 2x E5-2680 128gb ram.
My question is would it be worth it to pick one of these up at this price to replace my dated server? (are there better options out there that would be in the same price range) This just seems like a huge step up.
In my personal experience, Dremel tools and MB's do not mix. I've ruined more than one and have sworn never to touch a MB with a Dremel again.I think one of the key components us SAS HDD owners need to be searching for is an OCP HBA Mezzanine card they will fit in that x8 OCP 2.0 port, as the motherboard has 14x SATA6 ports and 1x M.2 NVMe port.
Personally, I love the all-sata approach. LSI HBAs use between 9-11 Watts of power, idle. Unfortunately, I've recently invest into a couple dozen 10TB SAS drives... Doh!
I've been searching for a week with things like, "HBA SAS3 OCP" and alike but unable to find a good match.
Most OCP HBA cards have their Mini-SAS connectors under the card. Which that could have worked.
However, this chassis seems to have a proprietary connector, that breaks out to 8x MiniSAS ports (4 flanking each side) on the motherboard. Cool idea, but it's been deleted in this board revision (but they left the connector under the OCP card!!).
That connector seems to stand off the motherboard too high, and would directly interfere with HBA OCP cards mounted there (see my pics earlier).
I'm wonder if I can just Dremel/cut off that connector, and it will fit a normal SAS mezzanine OCP card.
Hehe. Kind of half-joking. Half, joking, that is. There's obviously power connectors and I'm sure a number of power sub circuits that wouldn't take kindly to being shorted out after being grinded down.In my personal experience, Dremel tools and MB's do not mix. I've ruined more than one and have sworn never to touch a MB with a Dremel again.
No, I got it to work with single CPU.I cannot get my server to POST. Screen remains in sleep mode. Fans spinning up to max about 30s from starting.
I using using a single Bronze CPU.
Do we need dual CPUs? Ouch...