[Linux-PowerEdge] 13th gen server stuck in cpu reset loop with new chips (PSU issue?)

Vincent S. Cojot vincent at cojot.name
Mon Jul 9 08:55:36 CDT 2018

Hi R S,
Thanks for taking the time to put this information together. Yes, PE T430 servers support chips up to 105W/socket. The specific chip I am looking at (2658-v4) isn't listed.
I once tried 145W cpus in my T430. They worked fine one after the other but with both chips, the server wouldn't even power on (I didn't know it could do that under those circumstances).
I'm clearly out of the scope of 'supported', i'm just trying to figure out my next (upgrade) move..

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On Jul 9, 2018, 06:59, at 06:59, R S <rene.shuster at bcsemail.org> wrote:
>states that the T430 is based on the C610 chipset. The C610/X99 chipset
>supports both the v3 and v4 E5-16xx and E5-26xx CPUs according to
>Digging a bit deeper reveals that Dell has updated the BIOS of the T430
>several times with v4 Microcode (e.g. https://www.dell.com/support/h
>ome/us/en/19/drivers/driversdetails?driverId=GC4J0 ).
>Initial support for v4 was added to the BIOS in May 2016:
>It would be helpful if Dell would release an overview of heatsink
>compatibility in regards of TDP as we have no idea if the stock
>that came with your server is able/designed to dissipate 105W of heat
>On Sun, Jul 8, 2018 at 6:30 PM, <vincent at cojot.name> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Does anyone know if a pair of E5-2658 v4 chips (105W) might be
>> with a Dell PE T430 ?
>> I don't see these chips listed for the T430 but I suspect this may be
>> because they were released after the last update of the server specs.
>> Anyone reason why they woupdn't work?
>> Otherwise I would go for a 2640-V4 but it onky has 10 cores..
>> Thanks for additionnal insights,
>> Regards,
>> Vincent
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