If you're talking about the case sold by CWWK, the 5105 and 6005 versions don't have the copper tubes.Thanks Neo! my only concern there would be if the heat pipes are reserved for the next class of CPUs (i5 & i7) - just a thought anyway. What's the timeline for yours to arrive?
Thanks, I thought that would be the case.If you're talking about the case sold by CWWK, the 5105 and 6005 versions don't have the copper tubes.
Only i5 and i7 versions have it.
I have a V4 with N6005 and I confirm this information.
Waiting for something from China that never arrives.Is there anything worse than waiting for something to arrive from China?
you cut me deepWaiting for something from China that never arrives.
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do u have video output from hdmi on ur vm machine with igpu pass?Anyone using these with Proxmox and managed to get audio pass-through working? I have the N5105 V4 I226 model and can pass-through most devices without issue. I've managed to pass-through the iGPU to an Ubuntu guest but can't seem to get audio working.
Yes, the HDMI video output of the guest (Ubuntu) from the passed through iGPU works fine. Audio I've been struggling withdo u have video output from hdmi on ur vm machine with igpu pass?
can u guide me to do same? i dont success with video oputput..Yes, the HDMI video output of the guest (Ubuntu) from the passed through iGPU works fine. Audio I've been struggling with
I followed the guide from here - Pci passthrough - Proxmox VEcan u guide me to do same? i dont success with video oputput..
for audio i dont know, but my v2 has 2 bios, one is for audio thru hdmi no vga, another is with vga but no audio... its same for u maybe
look here for my bios:
MW-JSL.2.5G-4L（第二版N5105绿色PCB版本专用BIOS-V2） | 畅网共享资料技术云网盘 (changwang.com)
What kind of CPU is sufficient for 2.5GB internet line with IDS/IPS under opnsense?
i delete my ubuntu VM becouse HDMI dont work.. can u post your VMID.conf ? ill create a new VM same of yours and follow that guideI followed the guide from here - Pci passthrough - Proxmox VE
If you post your Proxmox VM settings I can take a look
Definitely interested!For WooYi N5105 unit users, newer BIOS image is available!
FYI, the board in it is a Bluetech GF-1338NP-12 (1DP + 1HDMI video out)
Anybody want the image? I cannot upload here as it is too big (5.xMB). But, I could give you some link for the google drive or so.
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1. Boot into the builtin UEFI shell
2. Locate the USB drive containing the image and flash utility (fs0: then dir , fs1: then dir , repeat until you see the files)
3. cd to that drive
4. fpt -D old_bios.bin to backup old BIOS
5. fpt -f 1.bin to flash new BIOS
Which board variant are you using? @pigr8's one is for... Topton's unit with only one hdmi out? Seems there has been many variants from bluetech.Hi,
@pigr8 posted a link to a copy of 1338np-12-V16 in august 1st.
I'm using this bios since then. The method to flash is exactly as you described.
The confusing part is about the dates like the V13 is from september 7th ... maybe diferent forks of bios ?
Topton type 2 with the big enclosure.Which board variant are you using? @pigr8's one is for... Topton's unit with only one hdmi out? Seems there has been many variants from bluetech.
FYI, there was a v16 bios for another bluetech variant from chinese site called cnction but the variant has 2 hdmi port. (posted here maybe in July?)
The image I've posted earlier today is for the 1dp+1hdmi variant from WooYi (and some other stores). Actually the seller specifically asked me to take the photo of the board when I asked the seller to contact the manufacturer.
Or....? Maybe the bios doesn't care the video out specs of the board and just works well.