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  1. There is an update on the Intel Xeon Phi 7120P card. There were 2 hardware issues which i had to resolve over the Christmas and new year break. One was related to the power cable and other was related to cooling. The card is now adequately powered and has a massive blower fan blowing air at full speed into the card. But now i'm stuck at the software configuration part. I downloaded the mpss files from intel's website and the instructions given in it requires the rpm files to be rebuilt. But when i try that i get below error. Can anyone please help? My OS envir
  2. Noctua has replied to my email and have given below feedback. Greetings from Noctua! Thank you very much for contacting us. Due to the high number of support requests, there are unfortunately delays in answering them. Many thanks for your understanding. The NH-U14S TR4-SP3 in dual-fan configuration is fully compatible with these RAM modules and your PC configuration. ASUS ROG STRIX TRX40-XE GAMING: Please note that this cooler is compatible in vertical orientation only (= fan(s) blowing towards the I/O panel). Kind regards, Your Noctua Support-Tea
  3. Many thanks. Have sent an email to Noctua. Will let you know if they reply.
  4. Does that mean i'm all good ? Means I wont have to move the fan upwards on the noctua NH-14 and therefore should be able to fit it in the Define 7 Compact case ?
  5. I have raised this issue on intel community forum and have been getting some help from someone from Intel. Re: Re:Server not recognizing Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessor 7120P - Intel Community You were absolutely right, the cooling on my workstation is not adequate and the card is touching 100deg C even when idle. The reason being the fans are not controlled by the Phi card and therefore are not ramping up when the Phi is hot. So far i haven't been able to control the fans based on Phi's temp/load. I'm thinking of making a 3D printed shroud to attach a fan directly blowing air into
  6. This is the ram module that I'm planning to buy but unfortunately I'm unable to find its dimensions on the OEM's website.
  7. Hey, many thanks for the link. As i checked on noctua's website, it shows that the cooler is compatible with ASUS ROG Strix TRX40-E Gaming motherboard. I'm unable to find the exact dimensions of the ram that i have selected. The only info i could find was on Amazon which mentions that the height is 3.12cm but i wouldn't want to rely on amazon. i will search a bit more before i buy. Thanks for your help.
  8. Yes i did notice that, however, i'm not sure that if i populate all the 8 RAM slots with Crucial - DDR4 - module - 32 GB - DIMM 288-pin - unbuffered (CT32G4DFD8266), will i need to offset the fans on the Noctua NH-U14S TR4-SP3 a bit upwards or will that not be required. I will be going for a dual fan configuration on the Noctua NH-14S.
  9. Try a good quality paste like from noctua or thermal grizzly.
  10. Might sound like a very basic thing but have you tried re-applying the thermal paste? I once had a similar issue with my intel based laptop. The temp would spike up and down suddenly and would go through the roof even with medium load. I was able to resolve the issue by cleaning the existing paste and applying a good quality thermal paste.
  11. Has anyone tried to install and configure Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessor 7120P card in their system? I have 2 and i want to use them for running my computations but haven't been able to configure them so far. Any help would be great.
  12. Budget (including currency): £3500 Country: United Kingdom Games, programs or workloads that it will be used for: CST Studio Suite 2020 for antenna design and simulations (3D/CAD) Other details (existing parts lists, whether any peripherals are needed, what you're upgrading from, when you're going to buy, what resolution and refresh rate you want to play at, etc): AMD Ryzen ThreadRipper 3960X / 3.8 GHz processor ASUS ROG STRIX TRX40-XE GAMING - motherboard - ATX - Socket sTRX4 - AMD TRX40 Crucial - DDR4 - module - 32 GB - D
  13. Well the software is designed to run on workstations as well as servers with multi-CPU and several cores. Some Universities install it on a big server or even cluster and then allow its students to use it by using a queue method but since my supervisor wants a dedicated machine so we are building a workstation purely for us. So, im quite certain that the application will be able to handle 128 threads but still i take your suggestion and will check this with the software provider. Only thing is, these software provider start recommending Intels due to their corporate obligations so i'm doubtful
  14. Budget : £7000 Location Aim: For simulations in CST Design Studio (Solidworks) on Antenna and Radio Frequency propagation. This system will be my desktop machine for my PhD Research. Monitor: Dell 27 Gaming Monitor: S2719DGF. Planning to add one more Dell FHD monitor. CPU: AMD Threadripper 3990X 2.9 GHz 64-Core Processor Motherboard: Asus ROG Strix TRX40-E Gaming ATX sTRX4 Motherboard OR Asus Prime TRX40-Pro CPU Cooler: Corsair iCUE H150i RGB PRO XT 75 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler OR be quiet! Dark Rock Pro TR4 OR Noctua NH-U14S TR4-SP3 GPU: PNY Quadro RTX 4000 8
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