For the S1070, quad card thing? Yeah, part number is 320-0351-000. They are pretty much my least favorite rails in the universe.Anyone who has gone the tesla route happen to know if there is a rail kit for them? i looked around and didn't see any but i didn't look too hard tbh....
There's a GUI thing built into the Intel MIC stuff which can enable the low power states, but there are also command line config utilities in there too if the GUI is not usable for whatever reason. I don't remember the specifics, but the commands are covered by the documentation pretty well. One key thing is that if you have any of the MIC monitoring applications running, or are interacting with one or more cards, those cards will not go into the low power states. In my experience, they need to be completely idle and untouched. This may have changed somewhat with later software/hardware versions, my experience has been with a pretty old install on CentOS 6.@Xamayon said: "They do put out a lot of heat under load, (~250 watts for each phi, and the standard PSU inefficiencies, so what can you expect) and even at idle if you don't tell the phi cards to go into their low power idle state (which is not enabled by default and does not happen automatically)"
Can you please explain how to put these cards into their low power state?