Asrock Q1900-ITX/Q1900DC-ITX


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Hello everyone.

 

I would like to make me a computer with xpenology

 

I am very fascinated by the asrock q1900-itx. bay trail 10w with 4 sata.

 

I read in the forum that some users have problems with USB ports.

 

I want to know that the problems have been solved with the nanoboot 5.0.3.1 and with the bios update 06/03/2014 1:20 1. Improve USB compatibility.

2. Update CPU code.

 

those of you who have this motherboard that can tell me if the motherboard and now '100% compatible with xpe?

and if the usb3port are recognized.

 

also the performance of the bay trail are better than n54l?

 

sorry for these questions, but I am very careful to consumption and this motherboard is 'really interesting

 

thanks for the answers

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Hello tomcarmen,

I bought GIGABYTE J1800N-D2H, but I could not get USB ports Xpenology, I tried various settings and BIOS version. I went back to the seller and bought Asrock Q1900-itx.Motherboard is fully functional, USB2, USB3, WOL.I test Nanoboot x86 (DS214 +) and x64 (DS3612xs), all working.Excelent board not only for Xpenology.

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Hi,

I bought a MSI J1800I, but I got problems when uploading files (looks like stuttering)

See here (first pic is upload, second is download)

http://xpenology.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=3375#p20032

 

How does the Asrock Q1900 performs when uploading a big file (>4GB)?

Thanks.

 

p.s. using NanoBoot-5.0.3.1 and DSM_DS3612xs_4493.pat

I try also different cables/ switches and an additional nic (HP NC110T)

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Yup, that's how I have it. 4HDDs in SHR-1 on a Q1900-ITX that has 2x SATA2 and 2x SATA3

But also planning to insert a mSATA half size SSD directly in the board (yes there is a slot for mSATA half size SSD) for a hypervisor and to use DSM in a VM.

 

 

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I'm sorry but I want to make a raid 5 configuration with this board.

I saw in specs that it has 2 controllers with each 2 connections.

I want to make one raid 5 with those 2 controllers.

 

Or does someone know a cheap raid card that is supported by xpenology?

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I've got the same board on order. Looks like ESXI doesn't work now. How are you going to use virtualization on this board?

 

Thanks

 

I'm a beta user at VMware for vSphere and currently there are in beta with vSphere 6.0. I asked them on their forums how can i do it and got 2 replies with some boot parameters:

 

My backup is not yet finished so i don't want to start before it reaches 100%. Try the following if you are quickier:

 

https://communities.vmware.com/message/2399321#2399321

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hmm, i have the latest BIOS i could download and install from their own bios :smile:

If it's needed, i will update manually to the latest update 1.20

not sure what version i have now. i'm at work and the nas is, well... at home

thanks for pointing this to me.

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you're welcome.

 

then you need to ask fufik65 if there are particular configurations in the bios.

 

tomorrow I'll get the mother board

 

let me know if you solve.

 

also 'cause I read in the German forum of another user which has the same mb which runs all

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Hello tomcarmen,

bios setting is very easy,latest version 1.20.ADVANCED-SUPER IO CONFIGURATION..disable serial ans paraller port.ADVNACED-USB COnFIGURATION...all enable.BOOT-CSM...enable and all set to LEGACY.Good luck

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