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Supermicro X10SLV 4th Gen Core (Intel H81) Motherboard Review

Supermicro X10SLV 4th Gen Core (Intel H81) Motherboard Review

Supermicro's X10SLV is a Mini-ITX industrial class motherboard that works with Intel's new 4th generation CPU's. (NASDAQ:SMCI)

| Motherboards in IT/Datacenter | Posted: Dec 18, 2013 6:01 am
TweakTown Rating: 93%      Manufacturer: Supermicro

Introduction

 

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Supermicro has released a powerful Mini-ITX motherboard that jams a whole lot of features into a very small motherboard. We can see this product working as a Point of Sale (POS) machine, an industrial PC, and in some situations, as an applications server, or workstation. We can even see this motherboard being used for home systems that can run office applications, and even play many games.

 

Industrial and POS systems usually require a fair amount of COM ports, in order to handle all different types of devices, and this motherboard has five in total. This gives it good compatibility, and the ability to handle all kinds of legacy type devices.

 

Most OEM or system integrators will typically purchase complete systems that build on a motherboard like this. We also see a growing trend of users who prefer systems that do not take up a lot of desk space, and this motherboard can fit in a very small enclosure.

 

Low-power systems are also important these days; this not only keeps things cooler, but it saves on power bills too.

 

The X10SLV motherboard meets all of these requirements, so let us take a closer look at this new Haswell Xeon supporting, workstation motherboard from Supermicro.

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