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kaktuss77 posted a topic in Hardware ModdingHi Everybody, Thanks to Xpenology to cake that project real. I wish share my build specs with you. It's based on un 8th gen processor and it was made for a Large capacity of storage. Motherboard : Gigabyte B360M-HD3 (i must have 2 pci-e 16x slot for raid card and 10Gbps card) Ram : 16Go 2666Mhz DDR4 - Ballistic CPU : Intel I5-8400 3.4Ghz @ 4.0Ghz Case : Fractal Design Node 804 with 2 HDD 3.5 add homemade mod (not very good visualy but work ) PSU : Antec High Current Gamer HCG-650W Gold PLUS HDD : 12 x Seagate 3TB Desktop HDD 3.5" (Bought long time ago for 2 small server (main - backup) Additional card 1 : LSI 9211-8i IT mode Additional card 2 : Intel X550-T2 10Gbps Fan : 6x Noctual NF-S12B Redux PWM Here some photos of the build Thanks for watching and i'm so sorry for my poor English i'm from France
So I have a i5-750 on gigabyte ga-p55a-ud3 (rev 1.0) with 16gb of ram. I currently have 3x8tb, 3x4tb, and 2x500g ssd, attached to it. I added an LSI 9211-8i (in it mode) and when I booted it the ram is now only 8gb and cannot and drives attached to the lsi controller are not recognized by DSM, but are seen by lsi bios. I have tried tireleshsly to fix this but cannot. PLEASE HELP.
Very new to this, my first attempt. Motherboard Gigabyte F2A75M-D3H (AMD) LSI LSI SAS9201-16i fw 19.00.00.00-IT (HBA) Jun's 1.02b loader Synology "model" DS3615xs DSM DSM 6.1.4-15217 Update 5 (had update 1 before) The motherboard has 6 SATA ports (i think it's a 4+2 setup). I can see all ports on the motherboard and all connected drives (5 drives) On the HBA I currently have 8 drives (with room for 8 more). However no matter what I do, DSM will only see the first 6 slotted drives (normally drive 1-6), When I remove drive 1, it will still see 6 drives, but now it's drive 2-7. So apparently a max of 6 drives can be seen on the HBA I have edited maxdisk to 25 usbportcfg = 0x3000000000 internalportcfg = 0xfffffff esataportcfg = 0xff0000000 What am i missing?