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SuperMicro X8DTi-F
6.9* out of 10

SuperMicro X8DTi-F

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Overall 10
10

nice start

Robert C., Newegg
14 December 2013
  • Summary: Called their tech because I had an engineering server down because it lost a motherboard (Tyan) and no suitable in-brand replacement was available . so I picked this one. Glad I did and would do the same again
  • Pros: great trouble free setup. Tech support was great I called with an issue in getting drivers, he lead me to their ftp site. Had no trouble getting this board up and running on win 2003 64bit server, even tho it was configured for another board. Seems to run better than the old Tyan board ever did
  • Cons: no cd with drivers, this was ok because I normally d/l drivers anyhow, but their d/l site was not working
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Overall 10
10

Good workstation board

Gary S., Newegg
7 November 2010
  • Summary: Configured for VMWare / Workstation (Win7 and Linux) - LIAN LI PC-A70F Black Aluminum ATX Full Tower - SUPERMICRO MBD-X8DTi-F-O Dual LGA 1366 - PNY VCQFX1800-PCIE-PB Quadro FX 1800 - CORSAIR HX Series CMPSU-1000HX 1000W - 2 x Intel Xeon E5620 Westmere 2.4GHz 12MB L3 - 2 x Patriot Signature 12GB (3 x...
  • Pros: - Good layout - OUTSTANDING technical support from superMicro ( 5 minute turn-around on email technical questions!) - Fits like a glove into extended tower case - PCI Express 2.0 x 16 (Quadro NVida GPU...) - Ready for E5620 CPUs
  • Cons: - Needs a quick update on bios. Painless, and I've never had a board that didn't require an update. The computer does boot up with the e5620s, but when I was informed of the recent BIOS update... I took it. - Prior to BIOS update I managed to crash the computer once during some HEAVY play-time/te...
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Overall 10
10

Good Board!

Harry L., Newegg
25 October 2010
  • Summary: Over the last 11 months I've gotten 6 of these motherboards to use in my test lab. I love the IPMI, too. With one of these boards, a couple of Xeon E5620's, and 12 Gig of DDR3 1333 ECC RAM you've the guts of an extremely powerful machine for $1400.
  • Pros: IPMI, PCIE x8 and x16, dual LGA 1366, Tylersburg - it has everything I need.
  • Cons: The Cons field must not be empty
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