Supermicro X10SL7-F $63

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  1. techtoys

    techtoys Active Member

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    Seller has been dropping price is currently $60 + $13 shipping.
    My offer of $50 was auto accepted.

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    I use this board in an 8 drive NAS setup with a low-power processor. The board includes an LSI 2308.
    Patrick reviewed it here. It's Haswell generation.
    I managed to pick up 16G (4x4G) ECC DDR3 to go with it for $25.
    and picked up a E3-1246 v3 for $95. Not sure if those are good deals but a cheap build for a server.
     
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  2. Fritz

    Fritz Well-Known Member

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    Thanks. In for one. Seller accepted $50 offer (not auto accept).
     
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  3. ajs

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    This is a good deal. If I had not just bought a X10SLL-F board I'd be all over this!
     
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  4. e97

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    any info on power usage
     
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  5. Fritz

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    Just picked up a E3 1270v3 for $100.
     
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  6. Markess

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    Oh man, $50 is my usual threshold for a tech impulse buy (as opposed to $5 for anything else). I even have a shallow depth 2U to put it in. But, I have no idea what I'd use it for. Must resist...I need drives more than another motherboard.
     
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  7. ajs

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    My build idles around ~55W..

    Supermicro cse-825 chassis
    4x8TB WD red pro's
    250G WD blue SSD boot drive
    Xeon 1230V3
    X10SLL-F
    2x8GB DDR3 1.35V dimms
    ConnectX-3 10G dual sfp+ network adapter
     
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  8. fossxplorer

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    IMHO, the shipping of $13xN is too high, even when they could combine e.g 2x into a cheaper way than N x $13
     
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  9. Fritz

    Fritz Well-Known Member

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    Total cost is all that matters. Shipping is irrelevant.
     
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  10. Sleyk

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    Seems like a good deal, but too little PCI-E slots for my liking. I do see that they probably used what would have been the extra x8 lanes 3.0 slot for an integrated sas controller though.

    Seller had 50, 9 gone. 41 left. Seems like a crazy amount of guys offering best offers. (Over 10+)

    Not better to get an x9scm-f for similar/cheaper price? Plus x9 comes with 2 x 3.0 x8 and 2 x 2.0 x 4

    x9scm-f - $50
    E3-1270v2 - $75
     
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    I have one with 6*WD RED 3Tb + 2*M500 SSD + Mellanox ConnectX-3 on a E3-1220 with 16Gb ECC ram that consumes 70W (FreeBSD 12 + ZFS.
     
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  12. lhibou

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    Nice deal. Thanks for sharing. If I'd not just gotten the similar mATX X9, I'd be all over this.
     
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    What's the difference between the regular model and the bl002 version? I didn't see anything on SM's website.

    I've been trying to decide between this and the x9scm for the same price. Replacing my x8sil build as my friend bought it off me.

    Thanks
     
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    I'm looking for something that takes RDIMMs. UDIMMs are like twice the price unfortunately
     
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    Shameless plug: I have a few X9SCM boards that I recently retired (upgraded to 2011 boards). PM me if interested.
     
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    Same question, any idea about what version “bl002” is/means?
     
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  17. RacerX

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    Offered $50 and it was accepted right away. Thanks
     
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  18. BlueFox

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    Means the board was probably a custom SKU for a specific OEM. All the ones I've seen are 2 letters indicating the OEM followed by 3 digits with the first 2 usually zeroes. Generally there's no difference between them and the retail ones that Supermicro sells.
     
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  19. lhibou

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    I feel you. Currently looking for some (4pcs) of 8GB ECC DDR3 UDIMM that don't cost an arm and a leg.
     
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  20. Fritz

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    Finally got mine up and running and was pleasantly surprised to find the onboard LSI controller is a 2308 Mustang which is a 6GBs part. For some reason I thought it was a lessor 3GBs controller. I went with 16Gb of UDIMM RAM which I already had on hand instead of spending more money on 8GB modules. It'll do the job. All is well, for 50 bucks it's a steal. :)
     
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