This is a quick and simple look at the physical attributes of the card, and how to properly install this speedy device in your Supermicro SuperServer 5028D-TN4T. Should you decide to place your order on Amazon, Newegg, or TinkerTry SuperServer Bundle Reseller Wiredzone, you'll not want to miss the other TinkerTry articles that go along with such a commitment. This includes upgrading your BIOS for boot-from-NVMe support, Windows and VMware driver installation procedures, and basic speed tests. All those links right below.
This post, and the recent 750 First Look, were all made possible by this Intel 750 Series 400GB NVMe on temporary loan to me, from none other than Trond Eirik Haavarstein @xenappblog! Luck would have it we both needed each other's help recently, and I couldn't be more glad to pitch in. More exciting test results coming soon, some may be featured here at TinkerTry, and at Trond's wonderful xenappblog.com:
This article was produced entirely on a TinkerTry SuperServer Workstation.
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