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Asus E35M1-M PRO
7.3 out of 10

Asus E35M1-M PRO

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Overall 10
10

My Killer HTPC Build

E. Tucker, Amazon
22 July 2013
  • Summary: This board has been running strong for a month. Records 1080 off two tuners and plays recorded at the same time. It's also very quiet. Here's the memory I put in it. Memory
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Overall 10
10

Great value for basic desktop or modest HTPC

Ronny Ong, Amazon
29 June 2013
  • Summary: I had an 8 year old desktop die, but I didn't want to chuck the whole thing because its mATX case was really nice. On the other hand, I didn't want to spend much on turning the case into a decent general-purpose system for light usage as a non-primary computer. This product worked perfectly.
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Overall 10
10

Great board

Amazon Customer, Amazon
5 December 2012
  • Summary: I use it for a FreeNas box. It works great. Been using it for freenas for about a year now and have had zero issues. I did use it for XBMC Media Center for a few months and it worked great for that too! Asus makes great boards!
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Overall 10
10

Its a great board in a micro ATX size

Stretch, Amazon
24 November 2012
  • Summary: This board has everything a "pro" board should have squeezed into a very small space. eSATA, USB 3.0, SATA 3. And the BIOS is very easy to use for even a beginner. If I had to look for faults the only one I could find is the included CPU fan. The power connection on the board is for a 4 pin CPU fan.
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Overall 10
10

Perfect for a Home File Server

Ian Doyle, Amazon
28 September 2012
  • Summary: With its 5 internal SATA III ports and low power consumption this motherboard makes a great home file server. It does not include Fake RAID so you'll have to use software RAID. This shouldn't really be an issue unless you're looking to dual-boot, which probably shouldn't be a concern for a file...
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Overall 10
10

Great with Ubuntu

L. Stanton, Amazon
29 July 2012
  • Summary: This works well with Ubuntu 12-04 64-bit and 4GB RAM. I have not tried any other OS. I have not tried USB3, firewire, or LAN.
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Overall 10
10

Makes nice low power home file server board and DVR

Chad E. Chenault "Chad Chenault", Amazon
28 January 2012
  • Summary: I use it as a home file server on 24 hours a day and run Ubuntu Linux on it. I added a sata pciE card to increase the number of hard drives. I wish it had more sata ports on board. It runs very quiet and stable. Update 12/27/2012.
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Overall 10
10

Great board for a low-power server

D. W. Moody, Amazon
2 December 2011
  • Summary: I'm currently using this board in my home server, running Xen and a pair of Debian VMs. I have an old Dell PERC5/i RAID controller in the 16x PCIe slot and had no problems with it being recognized. All the hardware was recognized out-of-the-box using the current version of XenServer.
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Overall 10
10

Perfect for what it is

Michael Baker, Amazon
3 October 2011
  • Summary: Never billed as a "cutting edge" system, this board is perfect for any basic home use. I have used 2, one for a home server and a second for my system which I use for for the web and email. I also run all of my digital photography on it. and it works great with a set of full memory.
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Overall 10
10

great home server board

Frumple, Amazon
8 July 2011
  • Summary: I have been loving this motherboard. I have been running arch linux as a home server on this for about a month without any issues. The board has a very clean bios to navigate with lots of options. This guy stays cool and quiet.
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