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  1. @mattz In my experience, the only mobo vendor who cares about bios updates is Asus and from what I have seen in the forums Asrock got better and their support is able to even provide unofficial bioses. But it seems, the problem affects all motherboards, so probably it is a bug made by AMD and needs to be fixed by AMD.
  2. Used this method to flash back. Now my server is OK! Asus Strix X370-F gaming Ryzen R7 1700 Unraid 6.7.0 Bios 4801 - passthrough broken. Downgrade back to 4207. hopefully this will be fixed with the Ryzen 3xxx launch. Report to your board vendors.
  3. you are not the only one with the problem.
  4. have you ever made in working?
  5. This is for the new 6.7 RCx so .......
  6. Maor

    gtx 690 for 2 VMs

    Does anyone has any experience with gtx 690 in VM? The card is quite cheap on ebay and support gamestream as VDI 😄 so it could save pcie slots. I found some posts from 2015 stating, that it is not possible to install drivers in VMs due to code 43 and speculations that it might be some system sharing between dies, eventhough they are in separate IOMMU groups. Also the card could be modded into GRID K2 which could be a beast for virtualization, but would require different VDI solution since gamestream requires physically attached LCD. (I assume that the DVI outs are 2 from one die and 1 from second die for gamestream)
  7. I am total noob, but for me, I had to modprobe it87 the driver before it worked(after every boot). You can anyways run a user script and get the reading without the plugin
  8. could you update the FAQ, it takes lot of time to figure this out
  9. try hitting the detect button in the plugin settings page. if that does not work, try in the text field just "jc42" and hit save (no coretemp). there should be only name of the driver, I believe that the driver name is not "coretemp jc42". hope that fixes your problem
  10. I came across a way of reading the temps on ASUS motherboards. Github here: https://github.com/electrified/asus-wmi-sensors Original thread on level1techs: https://forum.level1techs.com/t/new-linux-sensors-driver-for-crosshair-vii-and-other-boards-with-asus-wmi-sensors-interface/136381
  11. Do you run Unraid in GUI or CMD mode? Clearly you must have missed something. try echo 0 > /sys/class/vtconsole/vtcon0/bind echo 0 > /sys/class/vtconsole/vtcon1/bind echo efi-framebuffer.0 > /sys/bus/platform/drivers/efi-framebuffer/unbind https://forums.unraid.net/topic/56049-video-guide-how-to-easily-passthough-a-nvidia-gpu-as-primary-without-dumping-your-own-vbios/?page=2&tab=comments#comment-644054
  12. The USB is great step towards VMs. That will solve all my problems with not having enough PCIe for additional USB cards.
  13. Would like to know what are the options? What about AMD MxGPU? I could not find anything on the state in jvm, but AMD has downloady for KVM available.
  14. In BIOS you should be able to choose, which GPU will be primary for booting. Unraid than takes that GPU from BIOS. If you do not have such an option in BIOS, than put your nVidia GPU in first slot and AMD GPU in second slot. Performance wise it does not matter, because PCIe x8 is fast enough for the Radeon. https://us.informatiweb.net/tutorials/it/9-bios/230--force-the-use-of-the-internal-graphics-card-onboard-vga.html