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Super Micro X7SPA-H Motherboard (Intel Atom D510, ICH9R Chipset)

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  • Uses up to 4GB single channel, unbuffered, non-ECC DDR2 667MHz SO-DIMM
  • 2x Intel 82574L Gigabit LAN ports
  • 6x SATA (3.0Gbps) ports
  • Intel GMA3150 video w/ D-Sub15 output
  • 1 PCI-E (x4) slot
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CPU Model Socket BGA 559 NA BGA 559 Atom D2500
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Form Factor Mini ITX Mini ITX Mini ITX Mini ITX
Total PCI slots 8 1 1 6
Memory Slots Available 2 4 2 8
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  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 6.8 x 1.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0038GVR82
  • Item model number: X7SPA-H-O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 19, 2005

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Supermicro X7SPA-H-O Atom D510/Intel ICH9R/RAID/V&2GbE/Mini-ITX Motherboard

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Christian on April 13, 2011
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I **LOVE** this motherboard.
Believe me when I tell you that I reviewed A LOT of Atom motherboards when building my home NAS box (Feb/March 2011).
My standards were high! I wanted to pretty much copy the hardware specs of a Synology DS1010+ (their top of the line model).
This is the only Atom mobo I found with a serious ICH9 based chipset providing 6 solid SATA ports!

Hardware used / recommended:
+ A nice case (Chenbro ES34169 Tower - Power supply 120 Watt or Chenbro ES34069 Tower - Power adapter 180 Watt)
+ A small/cheap sil3132 based eSATA port adapter card,
+ A small 2.5" boot/system disk (anything >= 8G is fine)
+ 4x Western Digital 2 TB Caviar Green SATA Intellipower 64 MB Cache WD20EARS

You can add to that an external eSATA connected SATA multiplier disk shoebox such as the great value
Rosewill: RSV-S4-X (4 disks) or RSV-S5 (5 disk) or RSV-S8
anything based on a Silicon Image port multiplier chipset will work nicely.

Install ubuntu 10.10 or 11.04 server edition (at the time of writing) and you have a 100% ubuntu compatible solution
right out of the box. Note that I create a boot USB thumb drive (only need a 2Gb stick) and booted from that to
install ubuntu on my system.

Resulting system uses 50W in full operation, 21 watt with disk spun down and < 1w in sleep mode.
With samba installed, the disks spin up in 10-20 sec when accessing the share.
The whole system comes out of sleep and is operational in 30-40 sec when responding to a Wake-on-Lan (WOL)
magic packet.

Note:
The mobo boots so fast that I was having trouble accessing the setup screen.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By O&F on January 30, 2011
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I own two of these boards (both purchased directly from Amazon). I cannot speak to the other reviewer's experience directly, but the two boards I received were housed in boxes from another mainboard model with a sticker over the top of the other mainboard's model number. They were secured with extra foam that prevented the boards from moving around in the oversized box. I found this odd when I received the initial board and at first I was readying for a return to Amazon, but after inspecting the contents I found everything in order. Maybe SuperMicro doesn't ship a lot of these boards and they reused another set of boxes to reduce cost? Who knows.

The main technical issue I encountered with this board was it's very limited support for SODIMMs. I tried 4 sets of SODIMMs (two purchased locally and two pirated from other in-house systems) and none worked. I finally got online with a rep from Crucial with the official SuperMicro specs on the supported SODIMM's specific chip model numbers, and they verified their SODIMM would work. I ordered 2 x 2 GB 256Mx64PC2-5300 CT25664AC667 DDR2 200-Pin SODIMMs (from Amazon) and they booted perfectly. I saved myself a lot of grief the second time around and bought one of these DIMMs right out of the gate.

Enough with the negatives - this is a phenomenal little board for embedded systems. I use one for a FreeNAS filer and a second for a pfsense firewall (overkill, but I wanted to tackle some of the more advanced capabilities of modules supported by pfsense like snort and HAVT, and I like having standard parts around in case I need to swap components between systems). It's perfect for a file server with 6 on board SATA ports and a pair of NICs.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jsalz1 on February 1, 2012
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I was making a x86 router with mikrotik routeros and used this motherboard with the matching case Supermicro CSE-502-200B Chassis i am planing on getting another one for a NAS

all i can say is it just works and get it for any low power thing you need
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I got this to run as a pfsense firewall for squid caching and intrusion protection. It manages to do this in a very low power profile and manage my home 105 mbps connection with relative ease. I like that it has a pci-e 4x slot, which allows me to add in an intel 4 port quad nic, or hopefully a wireless card later if pfsense 2.2 has improved support for such hardware. It may be repurposed as an ipfire box to address this issue as linux support is better.

This mobo has 6 sata 2 ports, which given a correct configuration could be used for an awesome nas solution. I wouldn't exactly recommend zfs as the 1GB of RAM per TB of HDD would likely be an issue. My recommendation for such things is an intel avaton board (such as the one from asrock) which can be stacked up with 32 GB of RAM. You could set this board up elegantly with something like arch linux (or your favorite teand btrfs instead if you are looking for a home file solution.
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