This is definitely an important note, I bet there are other people that didn't notice this either in this thread....Just to double check... those aren't LRDIMMs right? The Xeon D series doesn't support them.
i haven't really checked the power consumption but i am sure they are low.Oh the temptation
Have you measured the wattage from wall with it on low/mid-load? only found from its own management in thread when looking.
And what model/driver is 10g found as in esxi?
I haven't, but would be curious if others have. I think I had found the part number ( 1HY9ZZZ049E) reached out to a number of resellers/partners and even Quanta to see if I could source them. I never got a response from anyone. I'm guessing its likely due to volume, I offered to purchase a few dozen as I figured there would be a number of us here that could use them.Has anyone found a source/replacement for the 3.5" drive caddies? I see none of the current listings have them. I was thinking of buying a couple more just as compute nodes since I have one with all drive caddies intact but hoping to find more drive trays regardless.
Does anyone happen to have a copy of the BIOS and BMC updates for D51PH-1ULH that used to be on the QCT site? They removed those sections of their Download Center.@BLinux just to point out, you have the D51PH expander, so make sure you use the firmware at QuantaGrid D51PH-1ULH | 1U Storage Server | QCT.io. I'd just boot UEFI, with storecli.efi and the .fw files on a FAT32 flash stick.
This worked for me as well for a D51PH-1ULH, very helpful.storcli.efi /c0 /eXX download src=S1Q_LSI_FW_v1.0.8.fw