Hello Taiidan,

I bought it used, but the seller was so kind to send me the module. It was a nice surprise.


If you need high quality photos of this module or anything else, please don´t hesitate to contact me. I will be happy to help.

My cpu is 6238 not 6328, but thank you for your advise :-) .

Regards,

- Eli



On 15/02/2018 2:46, taii...@gmx.com wrote:
On 02/14/2018 06:08 PM, Elisenda Cuadros wrote:

I have an ASMB4-iKVM. I think it's this, although it has two stickers and I can not see the concrete model
If you got your D16 new it comes with one (so that is probably what you have) - its a tiny little module that attaches next to the PCI-e slots - see the manual for a photo. This is one of the reasons I always advise people to buy a new D16 as that module is very hard to find despite being so simple.

I imagine it could be easily reverse engineered and copied for those who don't have one, although I lack the time and have never done that sort of thing before.

re: 6328 - please be aware that this has two NUMA nodes (it is two 4 core CPU's in a single package) and that games won't work well if you don't properly align the memory to have the games memory present on only one node (this appears to be the best arrangement) For gaming I imagine that a C32 board like the KCMA-D8 and one or two of the single node/MCM opteron 4386 would be better but I run games on a dual numa setup in a VM without much issues - I am able to max out newish video games with a decent graphics card (the board also supports crossfire if you have mad money to burn on GPU's)


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