Eh, see my thread about using the t730 as an ESXi hypervisor (mine currently have at least 2 WinS16 VM instances at home and at least 3 Debian VMs).Just for curiosity, where do you guys use these clients? I've experimented with these in the past but they seem to have fallen out of practicality compared to NUCs' form factor and the amount of free software you cannot run when running virtualised Windows Server.
It's actually more practical than a NUC since:
a) It can support more than one NIC (the Broadcom fiber and the Realtek)
b) It has a PCIe x8 slot (so mine drives 40GbE to the NAS)
c) It has as much horsepower as a Skylake i5 NUC (it's basically the embedded version of the AMD fx7600p APU found in gaming laptops) and a cousin of its APU (RX421BD, based on Excavator instead of Steamroller) can be found on the relatively new QNAP TVS-x73 storage appliances.
That being said, I am waiting for my t740 to ship.