On Thu, 1 Dec 2016, Josh Coombs wrote:
which looks to have potential as a direct competitor to the microserver,
utilizing the mobo Lauri mentioned. Supermicro has a bunch of builds based
around that chassis depending on how much grunt you want, all SATA based
The Xeon-D version at
has a lot more capability than the Atom-based model.
If you are willing to have one boot drive, then you could use the M.2
slot to add a M.2-based SSD for excellent performance and retaining
four drive slots for server disks.
It also says that it has 2x 2.5" internal drive bays so you could have
SATA 6 drives in all, plus the M.2-based SSD.
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