I measure 9.6" wide; however, 12" deep.It's a micro-ATX form factor so I suspect it would. Better check to see if there's a I/O shield available for it if one is not included.
Then it shouldn't be advertised as M-ATX, it should be Proprietary.I measure 9.5" wide; however, 12" deep.
IIRC, mATX is 9.5 x 9.5.
So, it would fit width-wise, like slots. However, you'll need a deep deep chassis.
Humm, I have a NIB Supermicro mATX case in the garage. I wonder how deep of a mobo it would allow.
So, I doubt it would fit in any mATX chassis as that's usually the area for drive bays, radiators, fans, etc.
- The memory slots comes all the way forward to 11", as measured from the rear of the board.
- The CPU socket/heatsink comes all the way forward to 10", as measured from the rear of the board.
- Not to mention a lot of the connectors are at the very front of the board, needing clearance.
Let's take the Supermicro CSE-731i-300B: It would fit if I removed the cage that holds all 4 x 3.5" drive bays as the drive cage would hit the memory/slots and CPU cooler/socket (but who would want to do that?).
However, there are no stand-off to mount the front of the board in that area.
That's not the same motherboard. It doesn't have 3x 45nm power-hungry large heatsinked Intel X550 10GBaseT chips.
Source: https://drunkencat.net/misc/X10SLH-LN6TF.pdfDimensions ATX form factor (9.6" x 12") (243.84 mm x 304.8 mm)
It's not that high.Looks like power usage is high even when NICs are disabled. I remember this was also reported before. Can we assume that disabling NICs with jumper does not power them down?
IMO, the retail version of the X10SLH-F does not come with the 3x Intel X540-T2 10GBaseT NICs - and therefore no way to control (initialize?) them.I noticed reading through the forum that someone updated the bmc firmware with the one posted for the x10slh-f board on supermicro's site. Have anyone tested this and found it safe to do so. If you need them my specs are:
4x - samsung 8gb pc3l-12800 ecc udimm
intel i350-t4 quad port gig nic
silicom i350am2 six port gig nic
2x - 64gb supermicro satadom boot drive (RAID 1)
I appreciate you taking the time to read my message and provide help.
I have the bios, I was looking at updating the BMC firmware with the one on the x10slh-f pageIMO, the retail version of the X10SLH-F does not come with the 3x Intel X540-T2 10GBaseT NICs - and therefore no way to control (initialize?) them.
The custom BIOS we have on the X10SLH-LN6TF does have the BIOS controls for them.