I've done a pretty fair amount of research. To my knowledge the best card I have found so far is the Supermicro AOC-STGN-I2S rev2. Intel 82599 chipset, small compact size, dual SFP+, cheap, printable bracket for any model Lenovo Tiny PC.Hi guys, i just came across this as i am researching how to upgrade my dell r210ii that i use as my router. I really wanted to lower the power consumption.
It seems perfect, except - my router is running an intel X710-T2. Because my internet is through ATT fiber, its 5gb connection to the main box upstream (although my fiber speed is 2.5gbps).
So i run the X710-T2L - measuring my card it is about 7" though, i think thats too big for the M720q? Do i have any other options? i see many people are finding 10gb cards that work, but they dont support 2.5/5 GB.
There is also the X550-T2. Does that fit?
Does anyone have any 10gb NICs that fit, that also support 2.5 and 5gb?
my r210ii runs about 50 watts and it would save me a ton of money to find out how to get something so small running for this task.
The PCI card is not recognized??hello I have a Lenovo P360 tiny how to activate the pci for me to make this FIDECO card work PCI-E X16 to M.2 NVME adapter thank you
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You can download the file and print it yourself. If you don’t have a printer, you can send to print and shipped back to you for a fee.I've picked up a few TMM machines lately (M90Q Gen 3 x2 / M90Q Gen1) and wanted to know if anyone is printing the baffles still? I contacted the guy on Reddit but have not received a response regarding his printing them.
I actually asked the same question as @PnoT earlier today.You can download the file and print it yourself. If you don’t have a printer, you can send to print and shipped back to you for a fee.
what do you plug into the non yellow connector?also, not sure if anyone is interested but the 2 way PSU splitter to power 2x tinys from 1 PSU is 40% off at lenovo right now for $15 with free shipping.
If I figured out how its working I give a comment here.Thanks - I‘ll stick with a T model then…
This should be the right cooling blockAdditionally, I've been attempting to find the 65w heatsink from the M900x (01EF331) but it apparently does not exist in the planet anymore. Is there any other suggested upgrade to the original heatsink/blower fan? I saw it mentioned in the OP but couldn't find the details for this model. I'll have to do some measuring.