I have a server with an S2600TP board and I have been testing trying to use the riser 2 slot for an additional PCIe card. I have tried using the riser from the AXXKPTPMIOM PCI Express rIOM kit, but if I connect any card that is PCI x16 the system will not power up (LED lights in the front and back turn amber and it beeps). If I put in just the empty carrier board (x8), the server boots fine. I have updated the BIOS to the latest version. Any suggestions?
I was reviewing this issue that you have been facing and I would like to provide you the compatible motherboards with the riser card (AXXKPTPMIOM PCI Express rIOM kit).
- https://ark.intel.com/products/81881/1U-PCI-Express-rIOM-Riser-and-rIOM-Carrier-Board-Kit-AXXKPTPIOM 1U PCI Express rIOM Riser and rIOM Carrier Board Kit AXXKPTPIOM
According to the information provided above your Intel® Server Board S2600TP is not in the list of comparable products with the Riser Card.
Correct, if you use The AXXKPTPMIOM Rise Card, you will have the possibility to use any PCIe x16 card, of course it will be very important to make sure that the PCIe Card that you are going to use is comparable with your server system.
I acquired the compatible part AXXKPTPM2IOM and I get the same behavior as before. If I try to connect any PCIe device other than the IOM carrier on the PCIe x16 slot from riser 2, the machine will not boot up and the amber lights come on with a beeping noise. I tested this with a infiniband card that works correctly on the other PCIe slot on riser 1. It seems to me that the motherboard will not boot if it doesn't recognize the device on riser 2 as the IOM carrier. Is there some setting in the bios that could be affecting this?
I was checking the information of the case and I found the following information:
The M.2 device installation is only supported on non-InfiniBand.
By any chance did you already tested the AXXKPTPM2IOM using a different PCIe component(Non-infiniband)?
Could you please so kind and provide us the other PCIe components that you used in order to test the Riser Card?
Also, in which slot are you using the Riser Card? Riser Slot 1 or Riser Slot 2?
Please, provide us more information about the reason of this configuration that you are trying to performed.
All riser slots are defined specially for dedicated risers only. Plugging in a normal PCIe riser
or PCIe add-in card directly causes danger and may burn out the add-in riser or card."
Moreover, mechanically, riser 2 has no support for PCIE's low profile bracket, so it's impossible.
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