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PeterC2609

E3-1265L / PCI-e?

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PeterC2609

Hi All

 

I've been running the G1610T with a TBS satellite card for a few years.

 

I've just upgrade the CPU to a E3-1265L and the card isnt being 'seen'?

 

Something I need to do?

 

Peter

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GotNoTime

No. There isn't anything special you need to do.

 

1. Does a different PCIe card get recognised?

2. If you still have the old CPU, does that recognise the satellite card?

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PeterC2609

No, nothing gets recognised.

 

Not tried old CPU. Will do though.

 

The card has a power supply, which has never been needed.

 

Will the new CPU be taking all the power and not enough left for card?

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PeterC2609

OK, so changed the CPU back and the card is fine.

 

Just realised that I bought an E3-1265L and NOT and V2.

 

Code is SR0G0 - I've got no idea on the power etc... how can I find out?

 

If the CPU is pulling all the power and the card cant operate, and the PSU doesn't come with 6 pin pci-e power adapter.... what are my options?

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cattlerustler

have you got the latest BIOS installed? The 1265L is still low power, so you should be ok power wise

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PeterC2609

Still only 45w though.... so unsure about this pci-e issue!?

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PeterC2609

Ok.

 

Put the G1610T back in.... Sat Card appears with no issues.

 

Upgraded BIOS to latest version.

 

Sat card still ok.

 

Put the E3-1265L back in, and no Sat Card appears.... surely that extra 10w on the CPU doesn't make the difference!? The card pulls 10-19w.

 

How can I troubleshoot this?

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PeterC2609

In the iLO, it actually shows the PCI-e slot as empty when this processor is installed!?

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