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Dell R730 with 2 x Tesla M60's
Hi Dan, Did you purchase the M60's in the R730 direct from Dell, or retrofit them yourself? Can you provide a photo of the power cables? Which drivers did you use? M60 requires the GRID 2.0 version which are only available from the licensing portal. If you have used the K2 drivers, these will not work.
Hi Dan,

Did you purchase the M60's in the R730 direct from Dell, or retrofit them yourself?

Can you provide a photo of the power cables?

Which drivers did you use? M60 requires the GRID 2.0 version which are only available from the licensing portal. If you have used the K2 drivers, these will not work.

Jason Southern, Regional Lead for ProVis Sales - EMEA: NVIDIA Ltd.

#1
Posted 03/16/2016 12:11 PM   
Hi, Dan - can you confirm that both the 6-pin and 8-pin connectors from the riser card are connected to the dongle cable from the Tesla M60? From the 2nd picture you posted, it looks like the 6-pin connector is not plugged it. Cable should go: /=> 6-pin <= 6-pin \ Riser <=| |=> 8-pin => GPU \=> 8-pin <= 8-pin /
Hi, Dan - can you confirm that both the 6-pin and 8-pin connectors from the riser card are connected to the dongle cable from the Tesla M60? From the 2nd picture you posted, it looks like the 6-pin connector is not plugged it.

Cable should go:
/=> 6-pin <= 6-pin \
Riser <=| |=> 8-pin => GPU
\=> 8-pin <= 8-pin /

#2
Posted 03/16/2016 04:09 PM   
Replacing K2 with M60. M60 has a dongle with 2 8 pin connectors. Power cable from riser has 1 6 pin and another 8 pin connector. That leaves 2 pins unconnected in the dongle. Is this the correct power cable configuration for the M60 card?
Replacing K2 with M60. M60 has a dongle with 2 8 pin connectors. Power cable from riser has 1 6 pin and another 8 pin connector. That leaves 2 pins unconnected in the dongle. Is this the correct power cable configuration for the M60 card?

#3
Posted 06/06/2017 05:16 PM   
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