[eBay] - Supermicro A2SDi-4C-HLN4F - $100 (offer accepted)

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eBay link: Supermicro A2SDi-4C-HLN4F Server Motherboard - 2x 4GB DDR4 Intel Atom Processor 672042268450 | eBay
Supermicro link: A2SDi-4C-HLN4F | Motherboards | Products | Super Micro Computer, Inc.

Atom C3558 (Passmark), up to 8 SATA ports, PCIe 3.0 x4 slot, and PCIe 3.0 x2 M.2 slot. A good low power board with IPMI, great for a NAS or storage/backup server running ZFS.

I had this in my saved items, received an offer for $179, countered with $129 and it was accepted. Later saw the seller had more, so made another offer of $200 for 2 ($100/ea) and this was accepted.

8 more available at the time of this post.

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Decent , and tempting :p

I picked up a Asus P8H61-I LX R2.0 Motherboard with G1630 CPU last week for $63 USD (pending receipt still from China) to replace the mainboard in an Acer H430 NAS I have. Had I not done that, I'd likely be picking this up.
 

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wow and even included 2x4GB memory sticks :) That is cheap if you can get it for $129.

Too bad shipping+taxes will eat all that up if I ordered from europe.
 
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Decent , and tempting :p
Indeed! I had to exercise some self restraint in only grabbing 3 and not clearing them out.

wow and even included 2x4GB memory sticks :) That is cheap if you can get it for $129.

Too bad shipping+taxes will eat all that up if I ordered from europe.
I didn’t notice the RAM! Score!

I use shipito.com and import stuff in bulk, ordering odds and ends over 1-2 months then using Shipito’s package consolidation to make the shipment as small as possible - also sending it via their slowest (cheapest) method when I’m not so concerned with a bit of a wait.


These are $300+ new here so it still works out a lot cheaper.
 
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I use shipito.com and import stuff in bulk, ordering odds and ends over 1-2 months then using Shipito’s package consolidation to make the shipment as small as possible - also sending it via their slowest (cheapest) method when I’m not so concerned with a bit of a wait.
So what happens when they lose one of your packages in their warehouse?

I can see from their site that you have to fill out customs forms for all the items that you want them to ship out - which is fair, but will shipping company charge you VAT+TAX? or do you have to pay that when you receive it?
 
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So what happens when they lose one of your packages in their warehouse?

I can see from their site that you have to fill out customs forms for all the items that you want them to ship out - which is fair, but will shipping company charge you VAT+TAX? or do you have to pay that when you receive it?
Fingers crossed that doesn’t happen :)

DHL and UPS do the clearance paperwork and send you an invoice around time of delivery for the value you self-declare before shipment on the Shipito website. If something looks weird they may ask for a proof of purchase for the offending item before releasing the package to you.

With regular post, I receive an invoice electronically from Swiss Post when it hits customs, and pay online before delivery.
 
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Seems like these are going to get soldout very quickly, there are 11 offers in pending state created within a timespan of little over one hour.
 

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Seems like these are going to get soldout very quickly, there are 11 offers in pending state created within a timespan of little over one hour.
Well - no wonder - its a nice little motherboard - awesome for a firewall/low power NAS and with 8GB RAM included you are set for a firewall for sure.
 

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I doubt they will sell them all off at $100, but you never know. That said, they look to have enough large quantity offers to sell to 2-3 people in all for the remainder of the inventory (that's what I would do).
 

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Nice board, keep in mind the PCIe 4x slot is shared with 4 of the SATA ports.. so either you can have:

8 SATA + no pcie
6 SATA + 2x pcie
4 SATA + 4x pcie

For $100 that is a deal.
Thanks for sharing this info . I'd been thinking about one of these for a low power NAS and didn't know the PCIe was shared. I'd have to rethink the vague plan in my head, but it still seems like a solid choice for a low power system. I'm sure I'm too late for this deal though... although I did put in an offer just in case :)
 
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just bought a G4600 SM board and case from them for an NVR build. I saw this deal and was looking for an excuse to buy these boards. Looks like a great firewall but I have that covered with a cheap HP T730. Bidding it up just protected my wallet.