I tried to install it via virtual box, but there was an error, something like the machine does not support virtualization, AMD SVM must be enabled in BIOS, although I have already enable it in BIOS.Proxmox natively supports VMs (Windows and Linux) and Linux containers via LXC.
I figured it out (updated):can you create a custom BIOS logo with a file? It seems that when you enable the fullscreen logo in the BIOS, it doesn't actually show anything, and hides the Windows boot logo too. So I'm wondering if it's actually looking for a custom bitmap file (rather than having it part of the BIOS as usual)?
You should install Proxmox VE on bare metal hardware. Installing in virtual box would be like inception for no real pay off. If you already have a Linux or Windows installation that you like then install KVM on Linux and build out the VM that way. With Windows you can use Hyper-V (with Home edition you need to install the service and edit the registry to get it running).I tried to install it via virtual box, but there was an error, something like the machine does not support virtualization, AMD SVM must be enabled in BIOS, although I have already enable it in BIOS.
Is this software can not be installed in virtual box?
|AMD Ryzen 4000G Series APUs|
|Ryzen 7 4700G||8 / 16||3600||4400||8||2100||16+4+4||65 W|
|Ryzen 7 4700GE||8 / 16||3100||4300||8||2000||16+4+4||35 W|
|Ryzen 5 4600G||6 / 12||3700||4200||7||1900||16+4+4||65 W|
|Ryzen 5 4600GE||6 / 12||3300||4200||7||1900||16+4+4||35 W|
|Ryzen 3 4300G||4 / 8||3800||4000||6||1700||16+4+4||65 W|
|Ryzen 3 4300GE||4 / 8||3500||4000||6||1700||16+4+4||35 W|
|Ryzen Pro 4000G|
|Ryzen 7 Pro 4750G||8 / 16||3600||4400||8||2100||16+4+4||65 W|
|Ryzen 7 Pro 4750GE||8 / 16||3100||4300||8||2000||16+4+4||35 W|
|Ryzen 5 Pro 4650G||6 / 12||3700||4200||7||1900||16+4+4||65 W|
|Ryzen 5 Pro 4650GE||6 / 12||3300||4200||7||1900||16+4+4||35 W|
|Ryzen 3 Pro 4350G||4 / 8||3800||4000||6||1700||16+4+4||65 W|
|Ryzen 3 Pro 4350GE||4 / 8||3500||4000||6||1700||16+4+4||35 W|
|*PCIe lanes on the SoC are listed in GFX+Chipset+Storage|
yes they were never sold at retail, only to OEMs. Apparently AMD planned to, but then decided against it. I imported my 4750G from South Korea via Ebay IIRC. They do sell on Ebay, if you buy from a reputable seller it should be OK. not cheap agreed, but you get the smallest super powerful system if you need that.Thanks for the list of renoirs, now i'm just wondering if the 4700/4750g are compatible. They seems to have a bit more cores than the other and i have no clue if the A300 can work with it.
Anyway, its not like it matters. I found only one sellers with a 4350g in my country. It's the only renoir apu i've seen listed and it's at 220e. I have no clue if it's a good deal or not. I guess i won't be upgrading that a300 and will have to rebuild a complete build from scratch once the price go down (if they go down) 'cause even a 3400g is around 380e when it's in stock. It's insane.
What did work was replacing the small splash image in the BIOS file with a custom image & reflashing (straight from the BIOS):
With import taxes and how much they cost, it might be cheaper to just buy localy an X300 and the most expansive 5xxxG apu out there honnestly. It is freaking ridiculous to think that my A300 is basicaly "dead" as i can't upgrade it in any reasonable way. And if i'm not being reasonable, i might as well buy a regular pc that would leave me choosing between using a nvme slot for the bluetooth or an external gpu.yes they were never sold at retail, only to OEMs. Apparently AMD planned to, but then decided against it. I imported my 4750G from South Korea via Ebay IIRC. They do sell on Ebay, if you buy from a reputable seller it should be OK. not cheap agreed, but you get the smallest super powerful system if you need that.
I would like to add cooling options for Deskmini A300/x300. Whats your thoughts on it?Hej guys,
does anyone have experience with metalfish z39 cooler for a300 or x300? It should fit with its 39mm and am4 right?
After updating the RAM I am thinking about a cooler update because it gets quite hot and loud sometimes. I currently use the stock cooler wraith stealth.
My first thought was going for the Noctua NH-L9a until I stumbled on the metalfish z39 on reddit. Its seems like a cheaper and better option.
What do you think? Its nowhere to find on A300/x300 topics as a cooler option.