Are Supermicro motherboards support?


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my guess is that the driver for the intel igb 345 is not available yet?

has anyone tested the board?

 

Both intel driver (e1000e and igb) are the latest version.

igb v5.0.6:

[spoiler=Supported adapter]Intel® 82575EB Gigabit Ethernet Controller

Intel® 82576 Gigabit Ethernet Controller

Intel® 82580EB Gigabit Ethernet Controller

Intel® Ethernet Controller I210 Series

Intel® Ethernet Controller I350

Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I210-T1

Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I340-F4

Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I340-T4

Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I350-F2

Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I350-F4

Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T2

Intel® Ethernet Server Adapter I350-T4

Intel® Gigabit EF Dual Port Server Adapter

Intel® Gigabit ET Dual Port Server Adapter

Intel® Gigabit ET Quad Port Server Adapter

Intel® Gigabit ET2 Quad Port Server Adapter

Intel® Gigabit VT Quad Port Server Adapter

 

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Thanks Trantor.

would you suggest this board?

I am still searching around for a board

so far, the A1SRi-2758F is the best i can find:

with dual+ lan

ipmi

usb3, +usb3 on board type a

ecc ram slot, 8GB+

reasonable cpu with low power

 

Thanks again for answer my question :razz:

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so far, the A1SRi-2758F is the best i can find:

Holy ^#(*#&$*#$ that is an AWESOME board, from the looks of things. Of course, it cost 7 times what mine cost. I wonder how many users I'd have to have to justify that board.

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7 times? I am not sure how much was the GA-E350N, my guess is around $110?

the A1SRi-2758F is around $350

the thing i find about Gigabyte board is that most of them has no pci-e, except some newer ones which cost arond $130

I am not rich, but i dont mind spend $350 for a board that "hopefully" last 5+ years, and "hopefully" without bugging me a lot

that board sure looks hot, the only thing i am heisting the compatibility with xpenology

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7 times? I am not sure how much was the GA-E350N, my guess is around $110?

the A1SRi-2758F is around $350

My GA-E350N WIN8 was $70, and I thought I saw the Supermicro for $500. Good to know it cost much less. Yeah 5 years would be a good run for a mobo, especially for my server. I seem to upgrade way too often. I probably wouldn't do that if I spent $350 instead of $70 for a mobo. It would save me money in the long run, if I factor in my time. Plus I hate AMD boards and I can imagine having to spend extra time getting a new NIC to work because I didn't buy an intel chipped mobo.
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exactly, upgrading and troubleshooting are both time consuming and cause lots of headache when things go wrong, plus the server(nas) downtime etc, that's why i dont mind spend bit more to save my a$$, and im LAZY.

forgot to mention that, im only interested in itx boards atm.

cheers

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