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comment Precision T5810 Workstation and INTEL SSD Series 750
This Amazon review states "The Type 2 will work in most any PCI-e slot but it will not provide a full customer experience unless pared with PCI-e 3.0 Bandwidth and with Specific X99 or Z97 Chipsets." I'm not sure this workstation has "PCI-e 3.0 Bandwidth and with Specific X99 or Z97 Chipsets."
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comment Precision T5810 Workstation and INTEL SSD Series 750
I've read about the motherboard on some computers' having limited PCI bandwidth and the SSD only working at half bandwidth when there's a graphics card in there also.
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comment Precision T5810 Workstation and INTEL SSD Series 750
Thanks @MichaelHampton. Do you know if this computer is capable of getting full performance from the PCIe SSD?
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comment Azure - how to route traffic away from a server during an update
Nice - thank you.
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comment UPS - serial or parallel
Great. Thank you.
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comment UPS - serial or parallel
Great. Thank you.
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comment UPS - serial or parallel
My aim is to keep the devices powered up for as long as possible during a power failure. I've edited the question to clarify.
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