I can't remember if I've seen "DC Detect Failure" specifically, but if it's saying P1M1, then that is referring to that memory board. I usually just take it out, fiddle the RAMs on it for a bit, then put it back in and it boots fine haha It kind of reminds me of the Nintendo 64 back in the day you had to blow into the game cartridges ... maybe it's the same thing and there is some dust inside the RAM-board and the mobo slots? but anyways I hope the problem you're getting is an easy fix like giving it a good blow ... fingers crossedHey guys,
we are building the 2nd x10qbi;
the 1st is running with 4 x 8890v4 + 1TB of LRDIMM Samsung 1333MHz (32 x 32GB) + 24 3TB SAS 7200 + 5 pci-e nvme and is fine.
The second we tried 4 x 8890 v3 and we got this VMSE DC detect failure... also, sometimes we can get termal trips on processors 1, 3, 4
but sometimes the system does load and the stress test go fine (with half of memboards 512GB)
so we did move the memboards from the working unit to this one, and we got the same error. Did someone see that before?
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yes! they're working perfectly fine although they're MUCH hotter than the E7-4820 V2s that came with the base machine. It was a bit scary when I first installed them to be honest ... when I turned the system back on, it kept freezing at OS handoff and never moved beyond the second supermicro splash screen. But then it occurred to me to do a CMOS reset. Take the battery out, short the CMOS contact pads, put the battery back in. Works. PHEW. I've been running almost non-stop for a week with heavy RNA folding calculations, and it's stable. Only time it crashed was when I used up all my RAM lol.could you please confirm that you got the 8880v3 working?
p.s. HOLY SSS*** how much storage do you have on your 1st machine?!?!?!?!!!!! so jealous