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SuperMicro X7DWN+
4.9* out of 10

SuperMicro X7DWN+

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Overall 10

I love this board

Garry D., Newegg
6 February 2011
  • Summary: I have 17 of these boards and now I'm about to purchase another. That should say it all. :)
  • Pros: Accepts 128GB of RAM, documented. However, I've heard of people successfully putting in 256GB of RAM.
  • Cons: Expensive.
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Overall 2

DOA in 10 days

Kevin F., Newegg
1 February 2011
  • Pros: Saves electricy, doing an RMA.
  • Cons: It itsn't a standard size...
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Overall 8

A great Server Motherboard

Leslee S., Newegg
11 June 2009
  • Summary: I also added a pair of RocketRAID PCI-X cards for hardware RAID, as board only does software RAID. Read up on RAID5. Articles say that with today's large drives RAID5 rebuilding of a failed drive is problematical with a 40% likelyhood of failure. Maybe the answer is RAID6 or RAID10 for data safety.
  • Pros: Cost affective high-power board, with a very good Intel Server chipset. Installed a pair of 2.5Ghz Quad CPUs and 16 4GB Memory sticks, to bring it to 128GB RAM. The case has 16 1TB S-IDE hard drives. We also added a second dual NIC card. We use it for Microsoft Hyper-V Virtualized technical class...
  • Cons: The board requires a non-standard case for it's over-sized configuration. There are only a few choices, and they come from SuperMicro. As to RAM, it's not the motherboard's fault, but if you have a desire to use 8GB SDRAM modules, so that you could eventually take the board to 256GB you're in for...
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