T3620 NVMe SSD - more info?
Hello! I recently obtained an almost complete Xeon Precision T3620 with only the hard (or SS) drive missing. It had everything else intact - the NVDIA card, a 512 Gb NVMe SSD, and 16 Gb of RAM. I replaced the NVDIA card with a Radeon RX460 card and tried booting it up, and got nothing. Not even the BIOS screen. I came to the realization that the NVMe card is not a replacement for a SSD/HDD. I want to make this a gaming PC for my hubby. Do you have any recommendations for an SSD? I'm on an extremely tight budget, and am hoping to find a 320 Gb SSD for around $30. I figure I can upgrade the drive later, when I am a bit more flush, yet get the rig running with this. We want to be able to run the game Rust on the system, and I plan to load the game directly onto the NVMe card. Apologies if I'm using the wrong technology. Also - I'm assuming I just need to pop in a disk drive, load Win 10 from a flash drive, and then connect a dongle for wifi access, and start downloading drivers and Steam. If that's not correct, any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thanks for having this site - it's very informative! <3