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Jun 14,  · Checking properties says that no driver is installed for this device. It shows it is bus 0, device # Under properties/Details/Hardware IDs that shows VEN and DEV 9CBA. I beleive that tracks back to the Intel MEI – Management Engine Interface driver. Going to the driver support page for the m7-kdx, I downloaded and installed spEstimated Reading Time: 3 mins. Sep 10,  · I just had the same Vantage install failure even with multiple attempts. Finally, manual download was a success using the above. I have a P43s but the firmware is applicable to the P53s, T, T and X series as well. Related subject but what is the difference between Intel Management Engine Software 14 and Intel Managment Engine Firmware May 22,  · To install the latest version of the Intel® Management Engine: Go to “Control Panel” Programs; Uninstall a program. Please select the Intel® Management Engine Consumer Driver and uninstall it. After following the prior steps, please download the latest version of the Intel Management engine driver for your Intel® NUC Kit using the Intel Download Center. Install the new version.

 

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Jun 14,  · Checking properties says that no driver is installed for this device. It shows it is bus 0, device # Under properties/Details/Hardware IDs that shows VEN and DEV 9CBA. I beleive that tracks back to the Intel MEI – Management Engine Interface driver. Going to the driver support page for the m7-kdx, I downloaded and installed spEstimated Reading Time: 3 mins. Sep 10,  · I just had the same Vantage install failure even with multiple attempts. Finally, manual download was a success using the above. I have a P43s but the firmware is applicable to the P53s, T, T and X series as well. Related subject but what is the difference between Intel Management Engine Software 14 and Intel Managment Engine Firmware Mar 25,  · Depending on the BIOS/UEFI/motherboard hardware, not installing the drivers and interface means you don’t have access or control over some features like the TPM or Intel Pro Wireless Display, The Intel ME is still however running. The name on the Ethernet controller doesn’t matter. 25th March , PM #8.
 
 
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Thunder K8WEX Motherboard: TYAN’s Most Honest SLI Support

Quite recently, we wondered what else can be “doubled” on a simple motherboard: two sockets for central processors, two memory channels, now two slots for video ? all this already exists in the hardware, and the system assembled on this basis looks favorably against the background of its less privileged counterparts.

To begin with, we should restore justice and note that dual-processor motherboards based on nForce 4 SLI already exist and the palm in this matter belongs to IWILL ? back in September, information about her new brainchild DK8ES became known:

Brief characteristics:

  • processors: 2 AMD Opteron 2xx series
    • memory: 8 DIMM slots for DDR 333/400 (ECC, up to 16 GB)
  • chipset: NVIDIA nForce 4 SLI and AMD-8131 tunnel
    • PCI Express: two x16 slots (configuration: “8 PCI-E lanes + 8 PCI-E lanes”, or all 16 PCI-E lanes are given to the main slot)
    • PCI-X: one 64 bit / 133 MHz, two 64 bit / 66 MHz
  • graphics: ATI RageXL with 8 MB buffer
  • network: two gigabit Broadcom BCM5721 controllers (“planted” on two PCI-E x1 lanes)
  • Serial ATA: 4 connectors
  • form factor: Extended ATX (30.5 cm x 33 cm)

Also available USB 2.0, PATA, FDD connectors; the board has outputs for 6 audio channels. The power supply will need a non-standard ? EPS 12V (connectors 2 x 24 pins and 1 x 8 pins) The choice of operating modes of the graphics subsystem, as usual for stations based on nForce 4 SLI, is carried out using a special bracket that is inserted between the PCI Express x16 slots.

It would seem that here you can still double? It turns out that you can add one more here … a microcircuit from the fourth-generation core logic set from NVIDIA. TYAN engineers did just that in their new development Thunder K8WEX (S2895):

Strictly speaking, for reasons of economy (quite reasonable), two chips are used here: the less “advanced” nForce 4 Ultra and the even more simplified nForce 4, but such a combination will easily “surpass” the capabilities of the only nForce 4 SLI. To understand a little about how the team from TYAN managed to bring such a bold idea to life, the following flowchart will help (unfortunately, our colleagues from The Inquirer tried hard to make it the least “readable”):

Everything turns out to be simple: if in classic “dual” motherboards based on Opteron, a set of core logic chips is usually connected to one of the two processors in a bundle via the HyperTransport channel, in this case the second chip from the nForce 4 line is connected to a less loaded CPU. However, the load from I / O devices on a pair of central processors remains unbalanced: one of the Opteron 2xx series (Primary CPU) is forced to give its last HyperTransport link for the PCI-X tunnel AMD-8131.

Now let’s move on to the most “delicious”. A pair of video channels are connected to their own nForce 4 chip (or, if you prefer, the “chipset”) nForce 4, and this allows you to allocate 16 PCI-E lanes for the needs of each graphics accelerator under any circumstances, that is, finally, the cherished formula will work ” 16 PCI-E lanes + 16 PCI-E lanes “! (in total there are 40 of them, the remaining 8 PCI-E lines that are not used could well be used to connect a third video card) The bar that switches the operating modes of the system is no longer needed, a PCI slot takes up space for its connector. Above the top PCI Express x16 one can clearly see a seat for a certain connector, which in its size and relative position resembles the AMR / CNR slot that has gone into oblivion. Perhaps in a mass product there will appear a connector for a daughter board of the company’s own design.

Among other features of this extraordinary product, it can be distinguished as purely server capabilities: a pair of PCI-X expansion slots 64 bit / 100 MHz and one 64 bit / 133 MHz, two SCSI Ultra 320 ports (up to 15 devices per channel) are provided by LSI 53C1030, a pair gigabit network interfaces uses the hardware capabilities of the chipset for traffic monitoring and is implemented using PHY-controllers Marvell 88E1111. And quite standard solutions: IEEE-1394a port (Texas Instruments TSB43AB22A), 6-channel audio from Analog Devices AD1981B, USB 2 ports.0, as well as support for SATA, PATA, FDD devices. The board is made in the EATX form factor (30.5 cm x 33 cm) and requires a dedicated power supply with connectors: 1 x 24 pins, 1 x 8 pins and 1 x 6 pins.

It’s amazing how flexible the AMD64 architecture is. No less impressive are the possibilities for configuring PCI Express lines when operating systems in SLI modes. Indeed, if desired, even the i915P and i925XE chipsets can be endowed with SLI support ? this has already been done by Gigabyte in its GA-8I915P-SLI and SuperMicro in P8SAA +, respectively. Main idea ? take missing PCI-E lines from the ICH6 south bridge ? justifies itself.

Watching how manufacturers are trying to integrate more and more components on one motherboard, sometimes doubling their number, it involuntarily seems that they will be enough for two simpler motherboards without much difficulty. Who knows, maybe in the future the idea of ​​an SLI binder will remain, and the links will be the motherboards themselves, connected, for example, via the HTX interface?

Based on materials from The Inquirer, 2CPU

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