TVS-472XT CPU Upgrade

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Re: TVS-472XT CPU Upgrade

Post by ha77man » Mon Jul 13, 2020 11:38 pm

I have the retail i9 9900 working in my TVS-872xt yes. I will add that I struggled to find a heat sink that would go in and so I have used the original heat sink and my CPU temperature idle is 46 degrees and when under heavy load does not go over 68 degrees.
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Re: TVS-472XT CPU Upgrade

Post by ha77man » Mon Jul 13, 2020 11:40 pm

I would really like to try and get the internal HDMI port / HD station working along with my i9 9900. If anyone has any ideas please let me know.

Thank you

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Re: TVS-472XT CPU Upgrade

Post by jacobite1 » Tue Jul 14, 2020 2:28 am

ha77man wrote:
Mon Jul 13, 2020 11:40 pm
I would really like to try and get the internal HDMI port / HD station working along with my i9 9900. If anyone has any ideas please let me know.

Thank you
Irritatingly, based on previous posts it's either because the kernel version is old or because the i915 Intel driver is out of date. Weird, because 8th and 9th gen chips are both Coffee Lake. I wonder if the user who installed an i7-8700 in his has got HD station/the HDMI output working.

Video card drivers come as part of the Kernel - QNAP is still using 4.14 rather than the current 5.X.X. stable version - whilst they do bring features/updates down from newer versions via drivers etc, the base kernel is a 2018 version. I suspect (but have no proof) that drivers support 8th gen chips, but some subtle changes in the 9th gen chips make em unworkable.
TVS-872XT-i5-16GB with 2*WD60EFRX and 4*ST12000VNZ008 in RAID 6. The reshape from RAID 5 only took 8 days...
Backed up to a stack of a half dozen 'cold' external 12TB and 8TB HDDs - please back up your data, RAID is not the same as a backup!

Formerly TVS-463 with 4*WD60EFRX in RAID5, planning to reuse as a backup destination once the EFRXs are freed up.

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Re: TVS-472XT CPU Upgrade

Post by docchris » Tue Jul 14, 2020 3:54 am

ive got an 8700t and it works fine

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Re: TVS-472XT CPU Upgrade

Post by jacobite1 » Tue Jul 14, 2020 4:33 am

docchris wrote:
Tue Jul 14, 2020 3:54 am
ive got an 8700t and it works fine
Ta, do you use the HDMI output/plex with hardware transcoding?
TVS-872XT-i5-16GB with 2*WD60EFRX and 4*ST12000VNZ008 in RAID 6. The reshape from RAID 5 only took 8 days...
Backed up to a stack of a half dozen 'cold' external 12TB and 8TB HDDs - please back up your data, RAID is not the same as a backup!

Formerly TVS-463 with 4*WD60EFRX in RAID5, planning to reuse as a backup destination once the EFRXs are freed up.

Protected by an APC SMT750VA UPS - protect your NASes folks!

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Re: TVS-472XT CPU Upgrade

Post by docchris » Tue Jul 14, 2020 5:19 am

no sorry, i use the plex app built into my tv

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Re: TVS-472XT CPU Upgrade

Post by jacobite1 » Tue Jul 14, 2020 7:01 am

docchris wrote:
Tue Jul 14, 2020 5:19 am
no sorry, i use the plex app built into my tv
Ah, no worries - I more meant do you ever transcode anything, and if so, do you have a plex pass and use hardware transcoding, and does if so to those questions, does it work? If those don't apply, don't worry.
TVS-872XT-i5-16GB with 2*WD60EFRX and 4*ST12000VNZ008 in RAID 6. The reshape from RAID 5 only took 8 days...
Backed up to a stack of a half dozen 'cold' external 12TB and 8TB HDDs - please back up your data, RAID is not the same as a backup!

Formerly TVS-463 with 4*WD60EFRX in RAID5, planning to reuse as a backup destination once the EFRXs are freed up.

Protected by an APC SMT750VA UPS - protect your NASes folks!

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Re: TVS-472XT CPU Upgrade

Post by nodos » Fri Jul 17, 2020 12:23 pm

On my 472xt, 8700 cpu has no problem running HD station.
Even the GTX 1660 is installed and used, but there has never been a problem with the output.
Now I want to test the 9900K model.
Since I confirmed that there is no big problem with the normal operation of the 65W CPU, I think there is no problem in using 9900k unless full load is applied.

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Re: TVS-472XT CPU Upgrade

Post by zaszkwara » Fri Jul 17, 2020 2:01 pm

What temperatures do your cpu reach during operation? I have the i9 9900t and so far my record is 65 degrees. I'm thinking of a Thermaltake CL-P032-CA06SL-A 60mm Engine 27 1U Low-Profile 70W INTEL PWM CPU Cooler - or something similar with side ejection. I was still thinking about the water block, then I put the cooler outside and no problem. Have any of you thought about that?

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Re: TVS-472XT CPU Upgrade

Post by pillgrim » Sat Jul 18, 2020 8:24 pm

@nodos
Do you use the i7-8700 or the i7-8700t CPU in the 472xt?

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Re: TVS-472XT CPU Upgrade

Post by nodos » Thu Jul 30, 2020 12:31 pm

pillgrim wrote:
Sat Jul 18, 2020 8:24 pm
@nodos
Do you use the i7-8700 or the i7-8700t CPU in the 472xt?
I using i7-8700 desktop CPU.
there is nothing to problem

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Re: TVS-472XT CPU Upgrade

Post by ryan.nuo » Sat Aug 15, 2020 9:51 am

Hi guys, I managed to upgrade my QNAP TVS-457XT to a genuine (non ES version) of the Intel Core i9 9900T CPU plus 64GB Crucial SODIMM. I believe this will be the last CPU produced by Intel using the FCLGA1151 socket supported by this NAS motherboard.

Everything works great except that the NAS software kernel do not currently support the Core i9 CPU and hence the HDMI Port is disabled and the system unable to run HD Station. This is the only setback and the rest functionality is a charm. With 8 Cores and 16 threads, virtualization work a lot better now.

This 35W low powered i9 9900T CPU does not add on any additional power requirement and the recorded CPU temperature is 41°C.

I have officially written to QNAP to ask for an update their software kernel to support this new Intel Core i9 9900T CPU. As a leading Taiwanese NAS company, I believe they will help and support all their loyal customers.

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Re: TVS-472XT CPU Upgrade

Post by dolbyman » Sat Aug 15, 2020 1:06 pm

ryan.nuo wrote:
Sat Aug 15, 2020 9:51 am
As a leading Taiwanese NAS company, I believe they will help and support all their loyal customers.
hahaha..good one

of course they will update system components to accomodate the handful of modders voiding their system warranties ......NOT

but you can dream

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Re: TVS-472XT CPU Upgrade

Post by ha77man » Sat Aug 15, 2020 6:06 pm

ryan.nuo wrote:Hi guys, I managed to upgrade my QNAP TVS-457XT to a genuine (non ES version) of the Intel Core i9 9900T CPU plus 64GB Crucial SODIMM. I believe this will be the last CPU produced by Intel using the FCLGA1151 socket supported by this NAS motherboard.

Everything works great except that the NAS software kernel do not currently support the Core i9 CPU and hence the HDMI Port is disabled and the system unable to run HD Station. This is the only setback and the rest functionality is a charm. With 8 Cores and 16 threads, virtualization work a lot better now.

This 35W low powered i9 9900T CPU does not add on any additional power requirement and the recorded CPU temperature is 41°C.

I have officially written to QNAP to ask for an update their software kernel to support this new Intel Core i9 9900T CPU. As a leading Taiwanese NAS company, I believe they will help and support all their loyal customers.
I got the genuine i9 9990 chip in my TVS-872XT and I’m happy with it too. Works great with Virtualization station. Do not miss internal HDMI or HD Station.

Let’s hope the kernel does get updated though and HD Station then works Image


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Re: TVS-472XT CPU Upgrade

Post by ramx2 » Fri Aug 21, 2020 4:38 am

I don't get it what's the big fuss about the HD Station?! Please guys explain!?
If you have GPU installed and it's assigned to QTS the HD Station will work normally. It's doesn't run on the 9th Gen CPU if you do not have a GPU installed. There's a lot of cheap GPUs if you miss it "GTX 1030" or any old quadro? :D or maybe you're missing the HDMI port from the QNAP itself? :'
I believe performance is important, and I'm really happy that this Qnap bios supports the final 9th gen CPUs. Also, not to mention the big boost in VMs performance. I LOVE IT

That's my opinion!
QNAP TVS-672XT:
CPU: Intel Core I9-9900K, Turbo boost turned back ON and cooled by passive copper heat sink.
RAM: Corsair 16GB > 64GB SOoN!
GPU: MSI GTX 1060 6G OCV1 6GB 192-Bit GDDR5
HDD: WESTERN DIGITAL Ultrastar® DC HC520 12TB x 6 | 7200 RPM | SATA 6Gb/s | PMR|
SSD: Lexar NVME 500GB for Cashing
PSU: Enhance Flex 600W ENP-7660B

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