Yes you can. There's also room for 2 expansion cards but you need ribbon cables to install them.Has anyone run a mini-itx board in the 810A ? is it possible to run one in it ?
Looking to use a supermicro Xeon-D mobo that I already have, in here and use pci-e bifurcation to use a HBA and a chelsio 10g card.
So does a mini-ITX motherboard definitely fit in these things?Well looks like that made it. This is still a rough test.
Contemplating if I should take everything apart and redo the SAS cables.
Overall though, the 810A seems a little bit deeper than the 800 and a wee bit taller. Width is still the same.
Yep. Although I think its a waste of space (that could be used for other things).So does a mini-ITX motherboard definitely fit in these things?
Is the 810, which is meant for a mini-ITX board, comparable to the 810A? The only reason I ask is because I was thinking about getting the Supermicro-X10SDV-4C-TLN4F-O for its power efficiency, but I also really like the U-NAS chassis look.Yep. Although I think its a waste of space (that could be used for other things).
I would rather put a mATX board in it. Those flex-atx xeon-d boards look appropriate for this chassis.
I'm still building mine. Waiting for Noctua fans.