I have a Qnap TS 470 NAS was able to passthrough its onboard Sata controller to Vsphere 6 (its Intel cougar point 6 port Sata controller)... a lot of times onboard Sata did not work with pass through is becoz mobo maker share/bridge PCI address with other onboard/physical PCI slot. Sometimes its the PCI switch chip on the Raiser Card makes PCI passthrough failed. Keep in mind that raid cards and Sata controller are very picky cannot share address at all. But nic are lesser picky, and that's why sometimes we the same PCI slot passthrough nic without problem but raid card failed.
Actually you can, I've done it on my Xeon D boards with the advice of another post in this thread. I'll see if I can dig it up.You can't pass through the SATA controller on SOC chips because they're integrated in the processor. You can, however, get an HBA and pass that through fine.
The Cougar Point is a separate controller that is integrated in C6xx chipsets to the motherboard, so it's a separate PCIe device.
In the first link are three chassis that are optimized for that mainboard.Hello, does somebody know if there is a 19" 2U or 1U rack chassis that fit for the supermicro X10SDV-TLN4F (Xeon-D-1541, Mini-ITX) board. I read that IamSpartacus has been using the X10SDV-7TP4F (Xeon-D-1537, Flex-ITX) with the SC113MTQ-330CB chassis, but I would like a Xeon-D with min. 2Ghz base cpu frequency.
Yes but the two chasis listed (SC504-203B and SC505-203B) only accept max. 4x 2.5" disk or 2x 2.5" disk with PCI. The X10SDV-TLN4F MB accept 6x SATA ports... If I want to add a RAID PCI controller I could not do this with more than only 2 disk...In the first link are three chassis that are optimized for that mainboard.
I think you can use all Supermicro chassis revision b or newer (eg 826Be16-R920LPB).
Hard limit of the CPU not the boards, no chance I am afraid.any chance, that the xeon d 1541 can be used with more than 128gb ram?
Samsung LRDIMM 64GB, DDR4-2400, CL19-17-17, reg ECC (M393A8K40B21-CTC)
Samsung LRDIMM 64GB, DDR4-2400, CL17-17-17, ECC (M386A8K40BM1-CRC)
Samsung DIMM 128GB, DDR4-2400, CL19-17-17, reg ECC (M393AAK40B41-CTC)
i know, not supported, but is there a chance?
Oh yeah ! The price is reasonably linear until 32gb rdimm, 64gb rdimm onwards tends to get very expensive.i had to look up how much that 128gb stick costs on ebay.
confirmed, it costs an arm.
I'm pretty sure the e5 v3/v4 support this as my board specifies support for both 64gb LR and 128GB 3DS LR DIMMs. Which is pretty insane, 1TB in 8 slots is nuts.Most of the 128gb dimm are actually load reduced or 3DS not straight rdimm, I don't know what CPU memory controller support them, E5 v4 does not...