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Nvidia Tesla and Amd mxgpu in 2020

Now that these cards have dropped even lower on fleabay, has anyone bought these for multiple VM usage? I found 5-10 threads about these but nothing recent.
I have a workstation at home which I have always on and I have a datacenter licence for windows as a uni student. I have two gpus in my system, but if I want to use my second gpu for gaming VM, I have to shut down my CAD VM. I use moonlight to stream my desktop to garage and other tv's so I don't need physical hdmi connectors. What I want is to buy one card and assign it to say 5 guests.
Are there any nvidia/amd cards for kvm/qemu to assign one gpu for multiple windows guests? Is anyone using one now?
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[USA-NC] [H] Nvidia Tesla P40 GPU [W] PayPal/Local Cash

Hello!
I have an Nvidia Tesla P40 GPU.
It's open-box new, never used (Still in plastic) to my understanding. There are no connection wires included.
TimeStamp
This was acquired in a datacenter decommissioning project in July 2020.
I'm asking for $2,800.
PM with any questions and thank you!
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Trouble with NVIDIA Tesla K20Xm DDA (Pass-through) GPU in Windows 10 Pro VM of Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V Host

My Dell R720 homelab server, I have an Nvidia Tesla K20Xm GPGPU installed. I’ve followed Microsoft’s steps to remove it from the host OS and have assigned it to my Windows 10 Pro VM using DDA.
I’ve installed the Windows 10 drivers from Nvidia inside the VM. The card shows up in Device Manager in the Windows 10 Pro VM. That seems great!
But I don’t get a “GPU” sidebar entry in Task Manager and the Furmark GPU benchmarking software doesn’t list my GPU. It only lists the following as its recognized GPUs (which omits my Nvidia GPU):
Detected GPUs:
- GPU 1: Microsoft Hyper-V Video
- GPU 2: not available
- GPU 3: not available
- GPU 4: not available
Any guesses as to what I need to do so software in my VM (including Furmark) the the GPU in a way so I can be confident the VM OS is using the GPU?
I realize (because I’ve read it) that Hyper-V isn’t what supports DDA. But I figured this sub is the place I’m most likely to find people doing what I’m trying to do. (And I can’t rely on a shared GPU a la RemoteFX because that’s Microsoft is sunsetting that in Windows in February 2021.)
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Can I use a nvidia Tesla card or a nvidia grid card for my gaming pc?

I was wondering if I could use a Tesla or a grid card for my pc. They seem really good for the price and was wondering if I could use it as a standalone card
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Mining ETH with Nvidia Tesla K40c

Hello everybody, I have a Nvidia Tesla K40c. Can I mine eth with that GPU and how about hashrate? Thank you.
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Nvidia Tesla C2050

Hello,
Just wondering if adding one of these to my GTX 1060 6GB computer would improve performance in the Adobe Suite?
Thanks!
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A quick Nvidia Tesla A100 GPU Benchmark on Resnet 50

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Questions regarding Nvidia tesla k80 on a desktop/workstation

Hey everyone! I'm guessing this may be the right place to ask this question, if not please feel free to remove the post.
I'm planning on getting a K80 to accompany my now dated gtx960 on a desktop to be used for rendering, CAD, CAM and CAE and some deep learning.
From what I've read so far I can tell that it is possible to run K80 on a desktop and get a video out from another card (in my case it's gtx960)?
I'm planning on connecting my screens to gtx960 and run the renders on K80. Is this a possible/plausible setup?
Is it possible to run multiple K80s in an SLI or similar configuration? Would that be beneficial? If possible how do I do it?
Thanks in advance for answers. All and any help is appreciated. Feel free to point me in the right direction for me to read further on this.
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Dell HHCJ6 NVIDIA Tesla GPU Accelerator Review

Here is Dell HHCJ6 NVIDIA Tesla GPU Accelerator Review.
Get analyzed specs and features. You can read best hones review here. This is comes from consumer experience. Discover complete review here.
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[US-NC] [H] Nvidia Tesla P40 - Open box new [W] PayPal

Open Box new, Never used: Nvidia Tesla P40 Asking 3K Pics: https://u346122.imgbb.com/
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Questions regarding Nvidia Tesla K80 on a desktop workstation

Hey everyone! I'm guessing this is the right place to ask this question, if not please feel free to remove the post.
I'm planning on getting a K80 to accompany my now dated gtx960 on a desktop to be used for rendering, CAD, CAM and CAE and some deep learning.
From what I've read so far I can tell that it is possible to run K80 on a desktop and get a video out from another card (in my case it's gtx960)?
I'm planning on connecting my screens to gtx960 and run the renders on K80. Is this a possible/plausible setup?
Is it possible to run multiple K80s in an SLI or similar configuration? Would that be beneficial? If possible how do I do it?
Thanks in advance for answers. All and any help is appreciated. Feel free to point me in the right direction for me to read further on this.
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Why You Shouldn't Try Gaming With an Nvidia TESLA Graphics card... (RandomGaminginHD)

Why You Shouldn't Try Gaming With an Nvidia TESLA Graphics card... (RandomGaminginHD) submitted by Charcharo to nvidia [link] [comments]

Honey, I won this nvidia tesla, the 3000 dollar transaction was not related to this

Honey, I won this nvidia tesla, the 3000 dollar transaction was not related to this submitted by LookAtFr3sn0 to MoldyMemes [link] [comments]

Using Nvidia Tesla k80 in desktop build

I'm trying to build a compute server. Each time I try to build I'm getting errors. On a b450m board I get: Windows: One card work fine the second card gets code 10 On an old h81m : Windows: code 12 on both cards Linux: nvidia-smi can't talk to drivers, cards are seen
Can a k80 work properly in a desktop?
Edit: B450m in Linux with k80 and gtx 1070, everything appears to work. Performed tr2 mnist beginners to test it out and seemed to work but pytorch does not, just sits there at the first epoch doesn't load anything
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What’s a nvidia Tesla it gives v ran dont it? So if I get one I can have more v ram for 3000 series

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[FS][USA-MD][H]Asus WS Sage X299 Mobo, Intel i9-7980XE, 128GB Corsair (8x 16GB CL15 3000MHz), Nvidia Tesla V100 16GB, AMD RP WX 5100, EKWB Supremacy EVO CPU water block, Noctua NH-D15 CPU cooler, Apple Pencil v1 [W] Paypal, local cash

Please PM. Do not use chat.
Reposting for CPU image/timestamp.
Timestamp: https://imgur.com/a/w6geRAG
All prices are negotiable and include shipping and paypal to the continental US, ie "Lower 48."
I'm in the MD part of the DMV if you want to meet up, which is what I prefer to avoid the cost and hassle of shipping things (I consider meeting you in person to be safer for me, than to stand in line at the post office or UPS!).
Switching from Intel to AMD for my home workstation. I would really, REALLY like to sell the CPU and motherboard together and I'll give preference to someone who wants both.
  1. Intel i9-7980XE, de-lidded with liquid metal and Der8Auer de-lidder tool. [$1000 OBO]: The legendary 7980XE! I overclocked it out of curiosity and got it up to 4.8GHz before I got tired of fiddling with it. I then set it back to stock, where it's been since (my work is GPU limited, not CPU, btw). I de-lidded with the Der8Auer de-lidding tool, which I will include. I applied the cryonaut liquid metal with a boundary of liquid electrical tape to keep things safe. I'll include a spare vial of unopened LM too, in case you want to re-apply. I have the box for the CPU, but nothing else. If you buy the below motherboard and the waterblock with the i9, I'll let that all go for $1200.
  2. Asus WS Sage X299 motherboard (non-10G). [$250 OBO]: Excellent motherboard with 7x PCIe slots, and U.2 ports! It works well with no problems, BUT I did drop a screw somehow when I took the CPU out to de-lid it. In the process, I bent a couple of the CPU socket pins (red circle in the photo). Asus wanted almost $500 to fix it, so I declined and bent them back myself. Apparently, those two pins control the the "B" block of RAM sticks, as those slots always came up empty. After I bent the pins back into place, the full 128GB of RAM was visible again, and as far as I can tell, it's fine. The other thing, is that the plastic socket/shield came off of the internal USB header. The header itself works perfectly fine, but the plastic part is gone. That and the formerly bent pins warrant a decent discount. Comes with the box, manual, and vertical nvme mount.
  3. EKWB Supremacy EVO CPU block [SOLD!!!]: Has worked fine with no leaks. It was part of the the EKWB 360 kit. Would prefer to just leave it on the CPU/mobo, but if you really want it, I can part it out.
  4. Nvidia Tesla V100 16GB GPGPU [$4800 OBO]: This is not a GPU you use for gaming, as it has no HDMI/DP ports. It's strictly for computing purposes. I got this off of reddit and have used it for a few small deep-learning projects and not for mining. I'll include the power adapter, which is required for most power supplies. No box or manual.
  5. 8x 16GB (128GB) Corsair Vengeance 3000MHz CL15 [$575 OBO]: Nice, fast RAM with XMP 2.0 for easy "overclocking" and CL15 giving you that glorious, glorious couple of % increase in performance, lol. Unfortunately, not compatible with my new motherboard. I have the boxes for 3 pairs of sticks. Would prefer to sell the entire set, and with the motherboard, but these aren't doing me any good, so...
  6. Noctua NH-D15 CPU cooler [SOLD!!!]: Never used and never even taken out of the box. I was planning on using this to cool the 7980XE since I was adding more water cooled GPU's and this preferable to trying to stuff another radiator in the case. Then I switched to AMD and forgot to return this. It's outside of the return window, so here I am.
  7. Apple Pencil, version 1 [SOLD!!!]: Never used, and still sealed in plastic. I went out of town awhile ago for a family emergency and forgot my pencil. I ordered two to see which would arrive first, and forgot to return the spare (notice the theme here?).
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[FS][USA-CA] Mellanox Managed Infiniband Switch, ConnectX-3 FDR cards and cables, NVIDIA Tesla C2050, Raspberry Pi 3B, Intel NUC, Netgear Switch, Seagate 2.5" 750GB HDDs, 8GB DDR3 ECC Registered HP Dim

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Here's some hardware, it's all in relatively great to good condition, if you have any questions let me know! I have images in the imgur album for both /hardwareswap and homelabsales so please check them out!
Local to 94551, shipping included in price (unless shipped outside of USA)
Edit 8/12: Everything has been shipped out as of today, confirmation posts have also been made
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1981 - 2020 History seems to repeat itself [in case you need 128 Zen cores, 1 TB memory, 6 displays and 2 Nvidia Tesla V100 ]

1981 - 2020 History seems to repeat itself [in case you need 128 Zen cores, 1 TB memory, 6 displays and 2 Nvidia Tesla V100 ] submitted by csp4me to AMDLaptops [link] [comments]

Bootcamp with multiGPU NVIDIA Tesla K10 results in "Code 12 - Not enough ressources"

Hello, I just got my hands on two NVIDIA Tesla K10 GPUs that I wanted to put in my Tower. (Its a MacPro 5.1 running unsupported Bootcamp Win10 x64). Since the K10 is a dualGPU, the device manager shows 4 Tesla K10s. However, only one chip of each GPU works, the other one does not and always says "Code 12" in devicemanager.
So far I've tried: different PCIE Slots, installing the official Nvidia driver (5 times, including older drivers), DDUing the old drivers, completely reinstalling the drivers for the Intel chipset and even resettet the PC, but nothing worked.
If you have any Idea on what I can try to get this working, please let me know, I am stuck with this issue for almost 4 days now.
I tried contacting Nvidia support, but no one feels responsible. Private support says I should go to the enterprise support and vice versa, so you are kind of my last hope on this one :) Thanks in advance!
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Nvidia Tesla K10 GPU - Errorcode 12

Hello, I just got my hands on two NVIDIA Tesla K10 GPUs that I wanted to put in my PC. (Its a MacPro 5.1 running bootcamp btw). Since the K10 is a dualGPU, the device manager shows 4 Tesla K10s. However, only one chip of each GPU works, the other one does not and always says "Code 12" in taskmanager.
So far I've tried: different PCIE Slots, installing the official Nvidia driver (5 times), DDUing the old drivers and even resettet the PC, but nothing worked.
If you have any Idea on what I can try to get this working, please let me know, I am stuck with this issue for almost 2 days now, thanks:)
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[FS][USA-MD] Intel i9-7980XE, Asus WS Sage X299 motherboard, 128GB Corsair Vengeance 3000MHz CL15 (8x 16GB), Nvidia Tesla V100 16GB PCIe FHFL, Noctua NH-D15

Please comment and then PM.
Listed these and few other things in a HWS post: https://www.reddit.com/hardwareswap/comments/hyj2w5/fsusamdhasus_ws_sage_x299_mobo_intel_i97980xe/
Timestamp: https://imgur.com/a/ZX7BVAa
All prices are negotiable and include shipping and paypal to the continental US, ie "Lower 48."
I'm in the MD part of the DMV if you want to meet up, which is what I prefer to avoid the cost and hassle of shipping things (I consider meeting you in person to be safer for me, than to stand in line at the post office or UPS!).
Switching from Intel to AMD for my home workstation. I would really, REALLY like to sell the CPU and motherboard together and I'll give preference to someone who wants both.

  1. Intel i9-7980XE, de-lidded with liquid metal and Der8Auer de-lidder tool. [$1000 OBO]: The legendary 7980XE! I overclocked it out of curiosity and got it up to 4.8GHz before I got tired of fiddling with it. I then set it back to stock, where it's been since (my work is GPU limited, not CPU, btw). I de-lidded with the Der8Auer de-lidding tool, which I will include. I applied the cryonaut liquid metal with a boundary of liquid electrical tape to keep things safe. I'll include a spare vial of unopened LM too, in case you want to re-apply. I have the box for the CPU, but nothing else. If you buy the below motherboard and the waterblock with the i9, I'll let that all go for $1200.
  2. Asus WS Sage X299 motherboard (non-10G). [$250 OBO]: Excellent motherboard with 7x PCIe slots, and U.2 ports! It works well with no problems, BUT I did drop a screw somehow when I took the CPU out to de-lid it. In the process, I bent a couple of the CPU socket pins (red circle in the photo). Asus wanted almost $500 to fix it, so I declined and bent them back myself. Apparently, those two pins control the the "B" block of RAM sticks, as those slots always came up empty. After I bent the pins back into place, the full 128GB of RAM was visible again, and as far as I can tell, it's fine. The other thing, is that the plastic socket/shield came off of the internal USB header. The header itself works perfectly fine, but the plastic part is gone. That and the formerly bent pins warrant a decent discount. Comes with the box, manual, and vertical nvme mount.
  3. EKWB Supremacy EVO CPU block [$50? OBO]: Has worked fine with no leaks. It was part of the the EKWB 360 kit. Would prefer to just leave it on the CPU/mobo, but if you really want it, I can part it out.
  4. Nvidia Tesla V100 16GB GPGPU [$4800 OBO]: This is the full-length, full height PCIe version. I got this off of reddit and have used it for a few small deep-learning projects and not for mining. I'll include the power adapter, which is required for most power supplies. No box or manual.
  5. 8x 16GB (128GB) Corsair Vengeance 3000MHz CL15 [$575 OBO]: Nice, fast RAM with XMP 2.0 for easy "overclocking" and CL15 giving you that glorious, glorious couple of % increase in performance, lol. Unfortunately, not compatible with my new motherboard. I have the boxes for 3 pairs of sticks. Would prefer to sell the entire set, and with the motherboard, but these aren't doing me any good, so...
  6. Noctua NH-D15 CPU cooler [$80 OBO]: Never used and never even taken out of the box. I was planning on using this to cool the 7980XE since I was adding more water cooled GPU's and this preferable to trying to stuff another radiator in the case. Then I switched to AMD and forgot to return this. It's outside of the return window, so here I am.
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[USA-MN] [H] Lenovo M710Q Tiny Desktop, NVIDIA Tesla K40 Dell: KTDCH [W]Paypal

Timestamps: https://imgur.com/a/kIdf5ZE
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Qty 2 - Lenovo M710Q Tiny PC - - $400ea obo
These are New but will only ship with the power adapter. Manual, mouse and keyboard not included.
Great if you want to run 3 monitors. I personally have 2 of these setup.
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Dell Nvidia Tesla K40 PCI Express 3.0 x16 GPU Accelerator PN: 699-22081-0202-200 NEW in bag - $110
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