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TYAN S7053GM2NR (Intel C602) Server Motherboard Review

TYAN S7053GM2NR (Intel C602) Server Motherboard Review

Today William takes a close look at TYAN's S7053GM2NR server motherboard that is based on Intel's C602 chipset. Let's see what he thinks of it. (TPE:2315)

| Motherboards in IT/Datacenter | Posted: Feb 17, 2014 11:02 pm
TweakTown Rating: 94%      Manufacturer: TYAN

Introduction

 

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TYAN started designing and creating workstation and server products in 1989. Products are sold to OEMs, VARs, system integrators, and resellers around the world. As a brand asset owned by MiTAC International Corporation, TYAN continues to develop new and feature-packed motherboards and products. With design centers located around the world, TYAN is in a good position to provide tailored solutions to its customers.

 

TYAN designs their motherboards to fit certain cases and products, and the S7053GM2NR fits into TYAN 1U, 2U, and 3U barebones kits. The S7053GM2NR is used for embedded applications such as telecom, networking, storage, medical imaging, embedded servers, security and surveillance appliances, or GPU computing platforms.

 

We did not receive a full barebones kit to do this review, only the retail boxed motherboard.

 

The TYAN S7053GM2NR is one of a series of motherboards that all share the same motherboard but have different features. We have highlighted the main feature differences here.

 

S7053GM4NR [BTO]

(4) GbE Ports, (10) SATA; (2) 6G + (8) 3G

 

S7053WGM4NR

(4) GbE Ports, (2) Mini-SAS connectors (totally support 8 ports)

 

S7053GM2NR

(2) GbE Ports, (10) SATA; (2) 6G + (8) 3G

 

S7053WGM2NR

(2) GbE Ports, (2) Mini-SAS connectors (totally support 8 ports)

 

S7053GM2NR-HE

(2) GbE Ports, (6) SATA Ports

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