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  1. Hi all, The company I work for are planning to buy Supermicro rax (configuration not yet decided) to be used for 3d rendering (Max, maya, blender - all CPU based as of now). We have two Supermicro E5-2697 v4 18 core machines with 32 GB RAM currently. Idea is to buy something that can provide thrice the speed of what we have (41x2=82 Gz) under 20,000 Euros. I have been using http://www.thinkmate.com/ to configure different options. Given the fact that we do not wish to assemble something ourselves, can someone tell me what would be the right choice for the amount ? Plus are there any other sites like thinkmate which provide us information on different rack options ? Thanks
  2. Storage Chassis

    Hi all, I'm new to this forum but I've always been a fan for Linus/ncix tech tips. I appreciate any advice on the following matter: I'm looking to place my current rig that's in a phantom410 into a rack mount chassis. I've been looking at the Norco4224 where I can put my current 8 disks and nvidia gpus into the 24storage bay with expansion in mind in the future. However, I've also read that the Norco 4224 have been problematic, causing data loss. Are there any other alternatives? (I actually prefer supermicros, but are there any chassis that would fit atx motherboard with a gpu card). Please keep in mind that I'm not using this as a home server - it's my actual desktop that I sleep with in my room. I understand that these rackmount servers would be very loud; i currently have all noctua fans in my phantom410, will using noctual fans be quiet enough whilst at the same time keeping the rig cool enough. I thank you in advance! Regards, jim
  3. Will it work?

    So I'm planning on building a Xeon gaming system and I was wondering if the ram I have will work on this motherboard The motherboard is a Supermicro x8st3-f And the ram is a 2x8GB kit of Hyper X Blu 1333 Since it's a triple chanel board with this dual channel kit work?
  4. I've been undertaking the task of building myself a dual Xeon workstation for school, work, and personal projects, such as CAD, editing, etc. I bought 2650v2's under the guise the were production samples, but they're ES, luckily, I paid less than what I'd pay for two 2670 production samples. The current BIOS does not support ES processors, and I'm curious if anyone has access to an older BIOS for the X9DRi-LN4F+, or is able to mod the BIOS itself into allowing ES chips? BIOS download attached below: X9DR3P5_304.zip
  5. I'm definitely struggling with this seemingly eternal server project. I started with a Super Micro SuperChassis 933T-R760B with dual AMD Opteron 280s. This was an issue for me because running FreeNAS through a hardware RAID is definitely nothing anyone should ever need to try. EVER. I soon bought a used X7DWE motherboard because of its compatibility with the CSE-933(T?) chassis in both size and power connector requirements. (This is why the X8 and newer boards were out immediately) http://www.supermicro.com/products/motherboard/Xeon1333/5400/X7DWE.cfm This was then paired with a set of X5472 processors (obviously I overlooked the maximum TDP of the motherboard at 100W) in order to max out the capability of the FSB and maximum processor speed. http://ark.intel.com/products/34447/Intel-Xeon-Processor-X5472-12M-Cache-3_00-GHz-1600-MHz-FSB Adding a set of 4x8 GB (32GB Total) ECC sticks of DRAM proved to be no serious issue Finding and actually waiting for a LGA771 compatible passive heat sink proved to be a battle of its own. Cables were a pain. I had to manually find the generic equivalent of a 20-pin front panel connector because the original was too short for the new MoBo. There is still one connector that I left disconnected because the new MoBo doesn't have an equivalent connector. Super Micro calls it the JAR connector: Power supply alarm reset header. I also have nothing plugged into the J18: System Management Bus header on the X7. After attempting to boot this severely overpowered system, I was met with the lovely temperature LED on the front panel of the chassis. I soon realized my error in recognizing the TDP threshold and the (Very) low TCase set by Intel, and ordered a more reasonable 80W TDP pair of E5462s. This is where I need help... After installing the same LGA 771 passive coolers to the (theoretically) less heated processors, I was met with the same abysmal temperature warning light on the chassis. No boot, nothing but fans. If any of you kind souls would be willing to help, I would be forever in your "virtual debt equivalent." Sincerely, About to give up on this heavy piece of $#*^ X7-DWE Manual.pdf SC933.pdf
  6. So i bought a supermicro server borad to play around with, but decided to get unraid on it, after many hours of fiddling around with getting it to boot from bios, i found a half decent way to do it. it requires 2 boots to get it to boot from the usb drive, and i need to in the bios the second time, problem is now it wont recognize when i hit delete on boot, i have teste with both usb and ps/2 keyboard with no help. i pulled the cmos battry and botted it, but no changes after tha. I really wanna get this server up and running soon, anyone have any tips for me?
  7. Cant boot from USB

    So i got a supermicro x7dvl and i want to test out unraid, but for some reason it wont boot from usb, and dosnt show in bios, i have managed to get it there one time and actually booted the unraid stick, but then my girl unplugged the wrong sockt when she was vacuming. After that i havnt been able to get it back, anyone here have som experience with this?
  8. Hello everyone, I bought a Supermicro based 1-U server a few months ago that I made a short post about. The only thing I really use it for is a Minecraft Server. While this seems trivial, I've used it as a way for me to learn more about Linux, and things like MySQL, as I have chosen MineOS TurnKey as the OS. It's been up for a few months and the players are really liking it, they even donated about 200-300 US dollars this month. They complain a lot about the TPS, or Ticks Per Second, after doing some snooping, I think I've sourced it to the CPU's they are two quad core Xeons clocked at 2.0 Ghz. They are kinda old, from the Harpertown or Clovertown series. As I have recieved enough donations from the players, I'd like to upgrade the processors in the server. My question is two-fold. 1 Would it be better to upgrade to two dual core cpu's clocked at a higher speed, or upgrade to two better quad cores with a lower speed. Remember, this servers main goal is to run very few things I.E: Os, Minecraft, MySQL, and PHPMyAdmin. 2 Which core do you think we should choose to go into the server. The motherbord can be viewed here: http://www.supermicro.com/products/motherboard/xeon1333/5000V/X7DVL-E.cfm We have a budget of $250 and are located in The United States, Indiana. We aren't looking to replace the server. Edit: Here is what the website for the motherboard said it could support: Dual 771-pin LGA Sockets Supports up to two Intel® 64-bit Xeon® processor(s) of the same type below: Quad-Core Intel® Xeon®Processor 5400/5300 sequence (Harpertown /Clovertown processor) up to 3.16 GHz Dual-Core Intel® Xeon®Processor 5200/5100/5000 sequence (Wolfdale /Woodcrest/Dempsey processor) up to 3.40 GHz
  9. I have a Supermicro X9DBL-3F motherboard for a home server running Centos 6. The motherboard, which has no USB3.0 ports, is installed in a Supermicro CSE-732D case which has a pair of USB 3.0 ports and the blue connector for the 20 pin header. I put an Orico PVU3-502I USB 3.0 card in the system. It boots fine, but Centos 6 doesn't have driver support for the card. I tried putting a Vantec UGT-PC345, which is on the Centos supported chipset list, in the system, but the motherboard refuses to boot. It just freezes during the POST ad nothing more. I tried pulling all the other cards short of the video and moving the USB card to other slots, but the system just keeps freezing during POST. I've disabled UEFI in the BIOS for the Centos install. Does anyone have any ideas? Any experience with Supermicro server boards and USB 3.0 cards? I'm willing to change the OS to Centos 7 or Fedora 24/25 if either of the USB 3.0 cards wouldl be supported. Thanks. Frank
  10. So at work I got my hands on a Google Mini (Google appliance/search blox) that was stated as working and was like new except the hard drive had been removed. I installed a hard drive which had Ubuntu pre-installed in it, but it doesnt boot it... it posts successfully, I can enter the bios and play with the parameters just fine, it detects my drive just fine, but when it's time to boot it stays a black screen with a blinking underscore in white, I can't type any command but I can turn num lock and cap lock on and off. So I decided to try booting ubuntu 10.04 off a USB (I know it's old, but it had been reported online to be compatible and working for someone else) When I stick my USB in, same thing, it posts fine, I can get into bios if I want, the drive is properly detected and has priority in the boot order BUT I get that same black screen... the only thing different is that I can't turn on or off caps or num lock? Specs: Motherboard: SuperMicro SuperO P8SCT Pentium 4 531 single core hyper-threaded 3GHz 2x1GB ECC memory an old western digital 250GB drive (I tested it and it works just fine)
  11. SIL-VEven though Hynix HMT31GR7BFR4A is a registered ecc ram, it is not working with Supermicro X8SIL-V. Unsupported Memory Installed Indicator led on X8SIL mobo lits up when mobo is powere up, and nothing happens after that. Do I have some other options for registered ecc memory for this board. Availability in India isn't going to be easy. So please suggest something which I can procure here in India. Supermicro XSIL-V Intel Xeon34** Hynix 8GB Registered ECC
  12. Hello, So I have a Supermicro MBD-X10SRH-CLN4F-O motherboard installed in a CSE-743T-665B 4 U case, both are from Supermicro. The issue that is currently bothering me is the fans in the case ramping up to near max speed (about 6k RPM) and then dropping back to idle speeds. It does this about every 5 seconds and the RPM spike lasts for about 3-4 seconds. I used IPMI and played around with its fan control settings and it didn't change the ramping issue. I also have a Noctua NH-D9DX i4 3U 92mm with a much slower, 92mm fan for the CPU. The loud included server fans are the only other fans aside from the CPU cooler. The included fans are the ones ramping up their RPM. Supermicro has a weird way of managing fan speeds, it uses RPM thresholds and I beleive the Noctua fan drops below a specific threshold that the other fans attempt to compensate for (see attached images). I just want the server to be quiet, or even just loud but consistent, the ramping is seriously annoying. Any body have any ideas? Thanks, Kellen
  13. hi to all, im from the philippines and im starting to have interests in servers from the internet cafe's client-server configuration here in South East Asia.i bought second hand parts for the sake of learning server configurations and diskless management configuration. They are using servers to create a diskless management system form cafe clients. i've read some softwares for these and i reviewed them too.(i decided to use HP RCS VIM because it also supports bandwidth management like pfsense) and for the hardware part i manage to get a cpu+mobo+ram bundle for about 50USD(2,500 php) please rate for what can i extract from these components for what i have for am i going to build and what can i do for the problems i encountered. AMD Opteron 4122 2.2Ghz(quad-core) processor Super micro H8SCM(-F) micro-ATX server motherboard 8GB (2x4GB) 1333Ghz hynix server ram( i haven't check if it's Registered ECC or what) I've added some parts like a surplus korean 500watts true rated PSU. an AVR + desktop switch and 60Gbs SATA HDD for an extra 40USD (2,000 php) for testing the parts, i used a 5400prm 60Gb laptop SATA HDD.(planning to buy a server/enterprise grade HDD when there is available) as of now. i'm not on the performance yet. because I'm having problems with my parts. here's what happened.when i turn on my system after it initializes, I noticed that it detects some form of RAM error that requires me to press F1 to continue..then after some restarts it suddenly disapprears.(is it a sign that my memory is a registered ECC RAM or just un buffered server RAM) when i'm still installing a windows server OS. it fails over and over again(i manage to install the windows server on my laptop using the 60gb drive) but when i attached the drive back to my server, it suddenly shut off like a form of a power cut. i haven't test it yet to run all day because it happen about 4 times for the entire 3 hours of testing the system. i see a led blinking on my motherboard on a fix rate aside for the mother board power led which light perfectly normal. Does it signals me that there is something wrong with my system? or my power supply is too low for my server board and other components? thanks in advance for the ideas and suggestions. i'll upload pictures as soon as i get home. i forgot to take pictures for what i did last night.
  14. Hi, I own a Caselabs S5 custom NAS and I recently added a second Supermicro 5 HDD bay to it. On the first HDD bay, I had removed the original fan and replaced it with a much slower and quieter Noctua NF-A9. I wanted to keep the quiet aspect but improve the cooling to something the original (which is super loud) would provide. Also keeping the big fan box of the second HDD bay would have interfered with my motherboard, so I had to find a way. Finally, I did it the "Linus way", but it works quite nicely. Only requirement, you must have some space under the HDD bay, so that's why I left one 5.25" bay in between. I plan on doing a 3D printing of a piece that will be screwed on the side of the HDD bay and will allow to fix the fan properly. I will update if I can create the 3D model and use the printer we have in the school where I work. It won't be easy as I have to avoid interfering with airflow (and I'm not used to create 3D models). If someone has already done something similar, feel free to share your experience
  15. Super O, SuperMicro's consumer motherboard division has revealed some of their new boards for Intel KabyLake. The boards runs on socket 1151 with Intel 200 series chipset, and they got 4 models to choose from. 3 of them are ATX and 1 is MicroATX. No detail specifications or what the back I/O looks like, but for now, here are the 4 main features. HIGH QUALITY WOVEN E-GALASS COATED WITH EPOXY RESIN PCB TOP GRADE X5R OR X7R CLASS CERAMIC CHIP CAPACITORS INTEGRATING ONLY THE BEST JAPANESE NPCAP SOLID STATE CAPACITORS 15U GOLD PLATING THAT IS 7.5 X THICKER THAN THE STANDARD DESIGN C7H270-C-ML|Powerful Gaming C7Z270-PG|Powerful Gaming C7Z270-CG|Powerful Gaming C7Z270-CG-L|Powerful Gaming http://supero.co.kr/welcome/ http://supero.co.kr/portfolio-item/c7z270-pg/ http://supero.co.kr/portfolio-item/c7z270-pg-001/ http://supero.co.kr/portfolio-item/c7z270-pg-002/ http://supero.co.kr/portfolio-item/c7z270-pg-003/
  16. Preface: This is not a personal build, but rather a build I'm leading for the company I work at. We're a large photography studio here down in Southern California, and we also operate one of the industry leading photography educational sites. I'm sure ya'll can guess who we are! Previous build log I've neglected a couple years ago on OTT: I'm treating this build as if it were my own, and would love to share back with the LTT community as quite a bit of knowledge was learned from Linus's videos regarding network rendering and adobe premiere. We're actually not too far from each other in the way we build our machines, except LTT does get the HW hookups, we don't hah! This will be an on-going project, and I will try and document what I can without divulging too much about our internal configuration, just you know, legal reasons. Phase 1 that will be shared in this post is where everything currently stands, this was doing over the course of a few days to move from our old location to the new location, there's still plenty more to come! Rack 1 Networking gear: 1st switch is an Edge-Core AS4610-52T running Cumulus Linux. This is a 48 port PoE+ switch with 4xSFP+ 10G, and 2x QSFP+ 20G stacking ports, unfortunately the stacking ports are not supported on Cumulus. This switch will be uplinked via 4x10G with VLAN trunks to a core 10/40g switch in Rack 2 shown later. 2nd switch is a Juniper EX3300-48T pulled from our old office, just needed additional 1G ports, as really we'll only have 8-10 devices on PoE+ ( Aruba AP's and PoE+ IPTV cameras ) 3rd switch is Cisco 3560, this switch is for management traffic on Rack 1 ( IPMI, PDU/UPS, back-end management of switches etc ) 4th switch is a Netgear XS712T that I quite hate. But kept so we don't have to add new network cards on 2 of our existing ZFS units as they have 2x10Gbase-T onboard. Below that is a pfsense router. This router will be replaced eventually with a redundant 2 node pfsense cluster running E3-1270V2's with 10G networking for LAN portion, and 2x1G switch to the EX4200-VC cluster on Rack2 for internet uplink the 4 4U servers below are Supermicro 24bay units running ZFS. Each with 128GB of RAM. One of the servers is running Dual ported 12G SAS 8TB Seagate drives with a 400GB NVMe drive as L2arc. Total raw storage ~ 504TB in raw spinny drives Rack #2 Disclaimer: I do not recommend storing liquids on top of IT equipment regardless if they are powered on or not, in hindsight I probably shouldn't have included this picture, but it's already on reddit and I took the flaming.. Lesson learned. 32x 32GB Hynix DDR4 2400 ECC REG dimms for the VM hosts + 8x16GB DDR3 1866 dimms for upgrade of old ZFS nodes ( 64GB to 128GB ) Total ram 1024GB of DDR4 + 128GB of DDR3. It's crazy how dense DRAM is now.. 8x QSFP+ SR4 40GbE optics. Initially was going to go 2x40GbE to the ZFS nodes but ended up running out of 10GbE ports. So 1x 40GbE per ZFS node ( 2x total ) and the rest of the 4x40GbE ports will be split out to 10GbE over PLR40GbE long range 4x10GbE optics to end devices. Top switch: Edge-Core AS5712 running Cumulus Linux again. 48x10GbE SFP+ and 6xQSFP+ 40GbE. Loaded with singlemode FiberStore optics ( not pictured ) Sitting above it is a 72strand MTP trunk cable going to our workstation/postproducer area. Still awaiting the fiber enclosures and LGX cassetes so we can break this out into regular LC/LC SMF patch cords to the switch Below that are two EX4200-48T's sitting in a Virtual Chassis cluster. These will be used primarily for devices that should have a redundant uplink, so I'm spanning LACP across the two "line-cards", this will also be used in LACP for our VM host nodes for Proxmox cluster/networking traffic. Ceph/Storage traffic will be bonded 10GbE for nodes that need it. Again a wild Cisco 3560 10/100 switch with 2x 1GbE LACP uplinks to the EX4200 for management traffic. Rack #2 will eventually be filled with 4x 2U 12bay Supermicro units loaded with SSD's as Ceph nodes, and then some E3 hosts for smaller VM guests. Below that you can spy a Supermicro Fattwin 4U chassis with 4x Dual Xeon V3 nodes. Each node will have 256GB of RAM, and depending on the node they will either have dual E5-2676 V3 or E5-2683 V3 CPUs. There will be minimal if not 0 local storage as all VM storage will live on the Ceph infrastructure. 4x10GbE everywhere. Random photos of our IT room 4x Eaton 9PX 6KvA UPS's, 2 per rack. Fed with 208V AC PDU's are Eaton's G3 managed EMA107-10
  17. At this years Intel Developer Forum 2016, with everyone talking about Xeon Phi (Knights Landing), Asrock was the first to announced their 2U server system based on this new processor. Asrock Rack's 2U4N-F/X200, is a 2U server system, containing 4 nodes, with each node having its own Xeon Phi processor, 6 DDR4 DIMM slots supporting both R/LRDIMMs, 2 PCie 3.0 x2 slots, dual Intel i350 lan ports, a M.2 and 4x 2.5" drive bays for SATA, SAS, or NVMe, SSDs and HDDs on a half width motherboard. All of this, is powered by a 1600w 80Plus Platinum rated redundant power supply. Next up is SuperMicro's 5028TK-HTR, also a 2U server system containing 4 nodes, similar to the Asrock Rack one. 12x 3.5" drive bays for SAS or SATA SSDs/HDDs, note that each node only gets 3 drives, and 2 half height PCIe 3.0 x16 slots. SuperMicro bundles their 2U Xeon Phi server, with a 2000w redundant power supply, that's 400w more than the Asrock. The second unit announced by SuperMicro is their SuperWorkstation 5038K-i. It's uses their KISPE motherboard, that runs on the Intel LGA 3467 for the Xeon Phi X200 processors, 6 DDR4 DIMM slots, up to 2400MHz, and 192GB max for ECC RDIMM or 384GB max for ECC LDIMM. 2x PCIe 3.0 x16, 1x PCIe 3.0 x4, 10x SATA 6G, a single 24, and dual 8 to run it. On the I/O side, it has dual Intel i350 gigabit lan, a IMPI 2.0 port supporting KVM over Lan, 5x USB 3 with 1 on through a header, 1x USB 2 via header, and a VGA output running off a 3rd party graphic controller. The unit comes in a standard desktop tower case, with 2x 5.25" external drive bays, 6x 3.5" and 4x 2.5" internal drive bays. For power SuperMicro is using a 750w powered by Seasonic. The processor, is cooled by a custom dual rad 120mm all in one liquid cooler. While the motherboard is a standard ATX, it will not be sold as a separate unit. To get it, users must by the entire prebuilt system from SuperMicro. All units, runs on Intel socket 3467, 64-72 cores quad threaded, running at 1.3GHz to 1.5GHz, 36MB of L2 cache, 16GB of High Performance Memory (MCDRAM), and 36 PCIe 3.0 lanes. These Xeon Phi X200 are host processors, and this means they can run a OS, such as Microsoft Windows Server 2016. One of the nodes on the Asrock Asrock Rack 2U Xeon Phi server, with 4 Xeon Phi nodes SuperMicro's 2U Xeon Phi server and Workstation Workstation's internals components http://www.anandtech.com/show/10553/asrock-rack-launches-2u4nf-x-200-knights-landing-xeon-phi-cpu http://www.anandtech.com/show/10584/supermicro-rollsout-superserver-and-superworkstation-systems-featuring-xeon-phi-x200
  18. I'll am putting together a server build and I am most likely going to use this bare-bones system from Supermicro http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16816101794 My question is about processor compatibility. I would like to run a Xeon E3-1200 series processor, namely this one because of the hyper-threading. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=19-117-316 The question arise when I start looking at the graphics option. Newegg and Intel do not list any on board graphics for the E3-1231V3. Will this work in the Supermicro barebones system or do I need to get a cpu with onboard graphics, like the E3-1226. If I wanted to use the E3-1231 would I need to run an external GPU? Are there cheep options? Can I use the GT-640 that I have lying around? Thanks
  19. I'm tying to update the BIOS of my X11SSH-TF motherboard to the 1.0a version. This is the first time I'm doing this with a Supermicro motherboard, I might have missed something trivial. To do the update I'm using a bootable usb with freeDos (created with rufus), with the BIOS files extracted to its root directory. When it boots I run the "FLASH.BAT X11SSHT6.322" command, the script detects that the FDT is different, as far as I can tell (only a message is printed) successfully generates a new AUTOEXEC.BAT and proceeds to reboot. After rebooting it detects a different FDT for some reason and the script is stuck in this loop... At first I suspected that the usb drive become write protected somehow, but apparently that would result in an unsuccessful AUTOEXEC.BAT generation. Before the update I did reset the BIOS settings to optimized defaults. Some ASUS motherboards require to do this after a new FDT is generated as well, but it didnt help here. Upon inspecting the FLASH.BAT at least I can tell that the flashing procedure didnt start so there is no harm done. Anyone can recommend any further steps I could try to make this work? I dont want to use the recovery mode bios flashing as long as its avoidable. EDIT: After contacting tech support the following steps solved this problem: 1. Clear CMOS and boot to DOS 2. ren fdt.smc fdt.exe 3. fdt –w 50 00 4. fdt –w 51 00 5. fdt –w 52 00 6. ren fdt.exe fdt.smc 7. reboot system 8. back to dos, then run flash.bat X11SSHT6.322 again.
  20. I want to get some ram that's compatible with my Supermicro X8DTT-F motherboard, and I can't seem to be able to find ECC ram on eBay that is cheap. Does anyone have suggestions for server ram that would be compatible for under 40$? Here's the supermicro link: http://www.supermicro.com/products/motherboard/QPI/5500/X8DTT-F.cfm Thanks!
  21. Hey I've been looking at a replacement board that can Take my two Xeon X5660's. So far the X8DTH-6F sticks out as a nice solution, However I'm a bit confused by the term "7 (x8) PCI-E 2.0 ( in x16 slot)" Does this mean that cards in the slot will operate at PCI-E 2.0 x8 speeds or x16? If this is a x8 lane, would there be any bandwidth loss or issues running an Nvidia GTX 960 4GB? Original Source: X8DTH-6F Specs and Details
  22. Hey, can you do a complete 4CPU system using this motherboard? " Supermicro H8QMI-2" It supports 4 CPUS!! and A LOT of RAM; I would LOVE to see you guys do a build with this board! http://www.esaitech.com/supermicro-h8qmi-2-nividia-mcp55-pro-quad-skt-1207-f-sata-raid-video-lan-proprietary-motherboard.html?pk_campaign=ga-pla&gclid=Cj0KEQjwzZe8BRDguN3cmOr4_dgBEiQAijjVFhibBUxvcxizDe6xzi7-C5eLlm-m7D-5hjis4qj7sVIaAmyp8P8HAQ
  23. Amazon: http://geni.us/47sw NCIX: http://bit.ly/1UcPz9W This freaking chassis, man... THIS FREAKING CHASSIS! Who even needs 8 video cards in one machine? Oh right. We do
  24. hi so i have a supermicro x8 dtl if motherboard and ever since i got it sometimes it would randomly give me memory error beep codes saying no memory detected. now when i switch the PSU off on it and turn it back on the beep codes go away and it works again. i tried everything to fix this problem except update the BIOS. so i was wondering could this just be a glitched out bios and maybe an update would fix the problem. because i doubt that this is a hardware issue as turning it off and back on seems to temporarily fix the issue. so could this be a firmware issue? thanks guys
  25. EPISODE OF HOLYSH!T

    HOLY FUC#, HEY LINUS!!! try to top this SUPERMICRO has a server board, that can fit up to 4x24(48 thread) processors (e7-8890v4) for a toal of 96 cores and 192 threads, and also has a daughter board that can store the new 128gb single ram sticks, and a max capacity of 12tb of DDR4 ram, and up to 6Tb of DDR3. #mindblown http://www.supermicro.com/products/motherboard/Xeon/C600/X10QBI.cfm
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