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About NunoLava1998

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  • CPU
    Ryzen 5 1500X
  • Motherboard
    ASRock B450 Gaming ITX/AC
  • RAM
    24GB DDR4
  • GPU
    Sapphire Pulse RX 570 4GB
  • Case
    Silverstone ML08B
  • Storage
    Optane 800P 58GB + Patriot Burst 240GB + Toshiba Q300 240GB
  • PSU
    beQuiet SFX Power 2 400W
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    Philips TV (1080p 60hz)
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    Ryzen Wraith Spire
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    Corsair K55
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    Logitech G203
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  1. I'm using it on a normal EATX case with an ATX power supply. There don't seem to be any connectors specific to Supermicro and the form factor is EATX
  2. I mean, I've only got one 130W CPU in there, and two 8pin EPSes provide 470w of power
  3. I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong, as, while I have tried to search for any IPMI IP addresses, I can't find any. It does seem to be sending data but I can't get into the BIOS and see where it's sending data exactly It is, but it doesn't even seem to be POSTing at all
  4. 1.) is plausible, though I don't really think it's likely. As for 2.), the issue is that it probably isn't, as I don't get any beep codes with no RAM in the system at all, which probably points to it being stuck somewhere pretty early during POST. I'll try to see if IPMI works though, I should have tried that actually
  5. I bought a SuperMicro X9DRD-iF motherboard about a month ago, and paired it with two E5-2670 v2s and four sticks of Micron MT36JSZF1G72PZ (8GB DDR3 2RX4 PC3-10600R). When I boot it up (as long as there's a CPU), there's a green light on the motherboard, my fans spin, and the PC is responsive to holding the power button to either turn it on or forcibly turn it off. I don't have any video output however, and the VGA output doesn't give any signal. The same thing happens without any RAM sticks, which should give an error code. I've tried to reseat some connectors and rein
  6. You could probably tell Linux to set up grub on your SD card, but the issue is that I'm pretty sure you can't boot from SD cards on most PCs. Try it out
  7. (I'm not using the normal template for this, as I'm just looking for a cheap device that could do what I want it to, and I'm not really looking to build a new build for this. Not really sure where else this could go) I'm looking for a thin client that would let me remotely work on my server, and also use its IPMI interface. Would just a Raspberry Pi work for this?
  8. You should probably change the HDD+SSD combo for just one 2TB SSD, and you picked a SFX power supply for an ATX case. With an adapter you can still use it (and it's an absolutely excellent PSU), but you should probably just get a normal ATX power supply
  9. The motherboard I bought is a server motherboard and doesn't have audio. Is there any card that lets me plug in a front panel audio connector?
  10. I only realized my motherboard only does PCIe cards up to 168mm when I was about to put in my 230mm graphics card erkjhfjdçgksd

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    2. Skiiwee29


      10 minutes ago, NunoLava1998 said:

      I'm using a server motherboard the passive cooler blocks it

      ahhh, well that certainly does change things up then a bit!

    3. TVwazhere


      PCI-E riser cables? 


      That, and remount the GPU in a different location

    4. NunoLava1998


      I could.. I'll probably just sell it and get a WX 2100 though

  11. That's strange, and it probably isn't any BIOS setting as you already reset the CMOS battery. I'd try to use a different CPU as the other poster said
  12. The Zenbook 14 would do fairly well, but it's pretty expensive at 900e. The Chromebook Flip C436 is pretty good as well for 800e (and it's a 2 in 1), but it probably won't have graphic tablet support. Laptops with 100% sRGB are pretty expensive sadly
  13. Agreed: PCPartPicker Part List CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 5600X 3.7 GHz 6-Core Processor ($272.99 @ Amazon) CPU Cooler: Noctua NH-L9a-AM4 chromax.black 33.8 CFM CPU Cooler ($54.95 @ Amazon) Motherboard: ASRock B550M-ITX/ac Mini ITX AM4 Motherboard ($127.99 @ Newegg) Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3600 CL16 Memory ($89.99 @ Amazon) Storage: Samsung 980 Pro 1 TB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive ($189.99 @ Amazon) Video Card: Asus GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4 GB Phoenix Video Card ($271.98 @ Amazon) Power Supply: Silverstone 350 W 80+ Gold Certified Flex ATX P