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  1. vooo

    Anybody planning a Ryzen build?

    I use a taichi board it's not the board, it's the CPU. The updates where in the cpu
  2. vooo

    Paid Today!

    I custom built a system designed to deliver unraid VM's its a headless system that has multiple dedicated GPU's and also runs lots of dockers and vm for my IP cameras. I also have a VM for a HTPC that is connected to my loungeroom. Its a pretty amazing threadripper based system and unraid really does make it easy to manage and expand as our needs change. I told myself that I would buy a license when my trial expired.... system hasn't crashed or been unstable so I barely noticed that my trial expired 3 months ago... It still did not crash but I decided today was the day I would support a pretty fantastic product thanks and keep up the great work!
  3. vooo

    Anybody planning a Ryzen build?

    Looking through your post at your ASUS Prime X370 PRO has almost the entire board in its own IOMMU groups, this is exactly what I need!
  4. vooo

    Anybody planning a Ryzen build?

    The IOMMU grouping I posted was with the ACS_Override both flags, I think this is as far as it can be split which is why I was thinking I might need another MOBO. So your ASUS prime has the PCIE chipset lane in its own IOMMU group? The 2x PCIE that go to the CPU are already in their own IOMMU groups.
  5. vooo

    Anybody planning a Ryzen build?

    Anyone have a x370/x470 Mobo where the bottom PCIE card is in its own IOMMU group? I was really hoping to send this PCIE Slot to a VM with an I350-T4 but with my MOBO Taichi x370 on l4.81 it does not seem possible. Ive attached my IOMMU Groups below for comparison.