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ASUS AT5NM10T-I Intel Atom D525 (1.8GHz, Dual-Core) Intel NM10 Mini ITX Motherboard/CPU Combo

  • Intel Atom
  • DDR3 800
  • Intel GMA 3150
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years

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  • Elwood H.
  • 8/19/2012 6:04:26 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsGreat Board for Certain Uses

Pros: Small, low power usage, 4 SATA ports, 4x PCIe slot, SUPPORTS 8GB RAM!!!

Cons: Runs a little warmer than I like so I attached a speed controlled fan that I robbed from a old Core2Duo heatsink. Not a big deal since its still quiet and the board did support a 4 pin CPU fan header.

Other Thoughts: I am using this in my home Linux server (pretty much a glorified NAS, Router, Print spooler, and apache/sql server). The board is rock solid, never needs rebooting.

I thought I would take the risk and get 8GB of ram to see if it would read it. There are Supermicro boards that read they support 8GB, since the memory controller is on die on the cpu I figured it should work. Sure enough I popped the RAM in and it came right up in the BIOS and the OS. THIS IS A 8GB BOARD!

My only complaint was it got a little warmer than I wanted. It would idle at 43-45C at idle in the OS. It was easy enough to attach a 4-pin speed controlled fan and now I idle at 34C. All the fan options are present in the BIOS and the board is still plenty quiet since is idled down most of the time.

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  • John H.
  • 7/2/2012 7:59:04 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsgreat fanless board

Pros: 4 sata ports, fanless design, dual-core Atom, price. Perfect for the many different home server hats I use this for. This is being used in my home currently as a file, print, web, media, and backup server and is running great. The fanless design does well at keeping the CPU at realitively good temps even under load.

Cons: The physical placement of the power connector relative to the memory slots is a bit tighter than it needed to be, but at least they are SODIMM slots as opposed to full size so it's manageable.

Other Thoughts: The server with this board and 3.5" 2 HDDs and a PicoPSU is running consistantly <30W which is very nice considering the >300W my old server ran at. There is also slight room for expansion.
Because of it's fanless design, I wouldn't run this board at full load, or graphics intensive load for a large percentage of the time, but I think this is fairly obvious to those reading this. But this it runs perfect for any small, low-powered home server applications.

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  • Paul H.
  • 11/10/2011 5:00:39 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat board, BUT,,,

Pros: Absolutely no complaints whatsoever with everything else. Working great as a Linux file server. Local dd reads and writes of 150-185MB/s using software RAID 0.

Cons: TWO HUGE PROBLEMS that can be worked around but will have you banging your head wondering what's going on.

FIRST: NIC or driver lies about being able to do jumbo frames. It will let you set MTUs higher than the normal 1500, but performance suffers greatly. At the normal 1500 MTU I can get dd transfers up to 120MB/s. A bump up to 3000 MTU nets 53MB/s. Setting the MTU higher than 6100 borks network communications completely.

SECOND: The backplane's USB ports are absolute junk. The slightest bump anywhere in the general vicinity will cause devices to disconnect. Thanks to this, my wireless adapter couldn't stay up for more than 5 minutes and my first install of Linux onto a USB stick got completely borked. Using USB ports that are connected to the motherboard's USB expansion pins work just fine.

Other Thoughts: The NIC thing doesn't bother me so much -- Linux drivers are as general as possible, OEMs can always do undocumented things, bugs, hardware failure, etc. etc.

The USB thing DOES bother me. I'm not planning on filling up all the ports available to me, but I like hiding devices that really shouldn't be tinkered with behind the computer.

I even wrote a script to automatically bring up the wireless LAN connection, monitor the connection, and reset the connection if the network was lost. This would end up throwing the kernel into a panic WITHIN MINUTES! Great job!

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  • Todd V.
  • 10/26/2011 12:30:34 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

5 out of 5 eggsGreat little board, ASUS reliability

Pros: Size, passive cooling barely gets warm to the touch, PCIe expansion slot. 4 SATA 3 Gbps.

Cons: Not enough expansion. There is enough real estate for a mini PCIe slot, especially if they hadn't included 2 serial ports and a parallel port. Using SODIMMs makes a lot of room for this as well.

Other Thoughts: I put this in a Norco 2U rackmount case to build up a home server to put in the basement. As it will run 24/7, I wanted low power consumption and passive cooling. As it will be headless, I didn't care if it had HDMI or really any graphics capabilities. I was toying with the idea of using an old Core2Duo for this server build, but power consumption concerns, and the fact that it looked a lot easier to fit everything in this particular case if I used ITX made my decision. $30-100 less than an ION or other HD graphics based board.
The parallel and serial ports really are useless for my application. When will they be considered legacy?

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  • Jon M.
  • 8/10/2011 12:28:52 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsTight little board

Pros: Dual core 1.8GHz Atom processor
4 SATA ports with AHCI support
Onboard Gigabit Ethernet
Passive cooling
Works with my PicoPSU

Cons: SODIMM RAM (especially when there is enough real estate to have standard DIMMs).
RAM clock is VERY low at 800MHz.

Other Thoughts: I bought the board for a NAS system to replace my Netgear ReadyNAS Duo. Everything is working perfectly under Ubuntu, and is 4x faster on NFS transfers.

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  • Jesse C.
  • 7/5/2011 7:36:21 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsMy Mistake

Pros: Great little board.

Cons: Has no Nvidia ION like I wanted. My mistake should have read the details a bit closer. Sending it back for the ION board.
Minus one egg for useless gpu but may be fine for some applications that require less gfx.

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