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ASUS P9D-M Micro ATX Server Motherboard LGA 1150 DDR3 1600/1333

  • LGA 1150
  • Intel C224 Chipset
  • 4 x 240pin
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Space-Saving with Optimized Features

The ASUS P9D-M is a micro-ATX form factor serverboard featuring the latest Intel® Xeon® E3-1200 v3 processor family, dual Intel® server-class I210 LAN ports, SATA 6Gbps, and digital power delivery. These make the P9D-M a great serverboard for small form factor servers, data centers, and SMB printer/file/mail/exchange servers.


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Micro-ATX Compact Form Factor Increases Density

The 9.6in. x 9.6in. micro-ATX form factor of the P9D-M fits various small form factor applications. In addition, it can be easily integrated in short-depth chassis to greatly increase rack compute density and provide higher computing power per rack.

Excellent I/O Design

The ASUS P9D-M has a total of four PCI Express slots and support up to four USB 3.0 ports. It is built to connect easily with next generation components and peripherals, as USB 3.0 transfers data 10 times faster than USB 2.0 while maintaining full backward compatibility.

Dual Intel® I210AT Gigabit Ethernet

The ASUS P9D-M ships with dual server-class Intel® Ethernet ports with the I210AT controllers, which doubles queues compared to previous-generation Intel® 82574L controllers. This is better for virtualization applications. In addition, the dual LAN teaming ports provide high networking bandwidth with load balance and fault tolerance functions. This design greatly reduces data processing bottlenecks during network traffic.

Friendly Design for Front I/O, Front VGA

An accessible rear power button is reserved onboard for use as front panel ports when reversing the serverboard. An extra 15-pin VGA header features front-panel monitor connectivity, helping customers with greater flexibility. These designs provide flexible I/O integration for users to fit in various computing environments.

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High Power Efficiency with Digital Power Control

Digital CPU power controls work perfectly together to match digital power signal (SVID) requests from the CPU, with ultra-fast sensing and response efficiently delivering precision power. Accurate delivery reduces waste and provides more stable voltage. P9D-M power efficiency reaches an impressive 90%.

SATA Disk-on-Module (DOM) Ready

A SATA DOM is a flash drive simulating a hard disc which can be used without additional software or drivers. It is particularly helpful within embedded computing systems or thin clients. ASUS-exclusive design adds an onboard 4-pin power connector and USB header to make SATA DOM installation simple and easy.

Comprehensive Server Management: ASMB7-iKVM and ASWM Enterprise

The ASMB7-iKVM upgrade kit enables dashboard system health monitoring, remote power on/off and control, virtual media over LAN, and management LAN fail-over support. In addition, the ASMB7 function is based on BIOS-level access, so even if the server operating system is down or offline, the KVM module can still provide round-the-clock remote monitoring and diagnosis through a user-friendly web-based graphical interface via all major browsers. ASWM Enterprise software provides one-to-multiple centralized management, including BIOS flash, remote control, and power control, all through a colorful and informative graphical interface.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years

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  • Richard R.
  • 9/10/2014 7:04:34 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsASUS P9D-M not recommended

Pros: Received 2 defective boards, so no pros here.

Cons: I bought this for my home server lab. The first one I received was missing the headers for the Platform Environmental Control Interface Setting. Something required to set to use the Out of Band management card, which is a feature I needed. The second is also missing this. Not buying any ASUS Servers from here on out

Other Thoughts: I confirmed with ASUS Support that this headers should be on this model, without it I may as well use a regular motherboard. I recommend staying away from this one.

Manufacturer Response:

Greetings RicoFox,

I am sorry that you are having issues with the motherboard. At your earliest convenience, please contact me through email, including your reference number within the subject line, and we can discuss this case further. In addition, please provide me with what troubleshooting steps you have tried, as well as the rest of the systems hardware configuration. Thank you. Cs#N140930118


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  • John B.
  • 1/29/2014 10:09:46 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsFull featured µATX motherboard

Pros: Built two PCs with these, Xeon Haswell E3-1220s, Kingston 4GB ECC x2 DDR3-1600, Samsung EVO 840 120GB SSD+WD 2TB Green HD, and ASUS R9-270. Both work like dreams and are loved by all of my family members who use them. Everything worked the first time for drivers & installing Windows 7.

Cons: Sleep / hibernate support is minimal, but with ~15 second boot times, it is a non-issue for me.

Other Thoughts: The power connector is in a tight spot and right in front of the fan for my case, and would usually be right in the powersupply fan intake space, that said, I could see that when I got the board and made sure I could route the cables behind the motherboard when I picked my case. I did not use the provided driver disks, I went to ASUS and downloaded them, and I flashed the bios before anything else, as Haswell is still fairly new.

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  • Tristan S.
  • 12/26/2013 3:47:13 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsA motherboard without adequate slots dimensions

Pros: It works. Cpu installation was a piece of cake. Sata cables were also easy to install compared to...

Cons: The Main ATX 24 pin cable was a real pain to plug. I had to use a lot of force to get it in and even then, it wouldn't clip in!

Aux CPU power cable was also a pain to plug, had to use unreasonable force to get it in, this one clipped.

RAM slots only have 1 eject lever. AGAIN, I had to use unreasonable force to get everyone stick in. Even then, the lever wouldn't clip in. I wanted to re-insert the RAM, so I pushed on the lever. The RAM didn't pop out, so I thought I didn'T pushed it enough. WRONG! I pushed on the lever again and the thing broke.

Other Thoughts: This motherboard is a real pain to plug ANYTHING in it. It seems like ASUS didn't even bothered getting accurate slots dimensions. From all the motherboard I've used, this one is a monster.

Manufacturer Response:


I am sorry that the installation of the system was not as easy as expected. Since you set up the system, has everything worked out with the computer? If not, I am here to help should you need any assistance. My email is Ref: 3338732.


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  • KYLE B.
  • 12/13/2013 7:09:42 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat ESXi VT-d Platform

Pros: Class-Exclusive PCI arrangement. Jumpers everywhere for the control freak. ECC support. Nice mATX form factor.

Working VT-d, so ESXi 5.5 is set up right. The assured reliability of ECC makes this a dead stable virtualization platform for light use and little resource contention. Much cheaper than a 1P or 2P E5 setup.

Cons: Long boots, but that is expected with server boards. Did not work with PERC H310 until the pins B5 and B6 were covered with electrical tape because of a well documented bug with Intel's SM Bus since LGA 1366.

Dual channel memory bandwidth leaves something to be desired compared to LGA 2011.

Other Thoughts: Used a few spare parts lying around to make a compact, yet speedy virtualization server, and even a virtualized "desktop" with the GPU and USB passthrough.

Intel Xeon E3 1240 V3
Asus P9D-M
Kingston KVR16E11K4/32 (32GB)
PERC H310, Low Profile
Sapphire HD 7750, Low Profile, PCIe Passthrough
Buffalo PCIe USB 3.0, Low Profile, PCIe Passthrough
Intel E10G42BTDA Fiber GBIC, Low Profile
x4 Crucial M4 256GB RAID 10 with 750GB 2.5" backup
Seasonic 360W G Series
Silverstone Milo ML03B

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  • Mark C.
  • 9/20/2013 4:22:27 PM
  • Tech Level: Low
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: plenty of PCI-E expansion slots

Cons: not enough PCI-E lanes in this CPU family

Other Thoughts: to the previous post: the plastic socket is X16 length, but the electrical interface is X8. An X16 card will only run at X8.

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  • Tyler C.
  • 8/25/2013 10:56:00 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

4 out of 5 eggsQuestion about PCIe 3.0 Gen3 link width

Pros: Don't own this board, but trying to figure out the PCIe spec which is a bit confusing - what's the difference between the PCIe 3.0 x16 slot on this board, which states it has a "Gen3 X8 link" vs that of the P9D-I which has a "PCIe 3.0 x16 (Gen3 X16 Link)"?

Cons: Don't own this board, but trying to figure out the PCIe spec which is a bit confusing - what's the difference between the PCIe 3.0 x16 slot on this board, which states it has a "Gen3 X8 link" vs that of the P9D-I which has a "PCIe 3.0 x16 (Gen3 X16 Link)"?

Other Thoughts: Don't own this board, but trying to figure out the PCIe spec which is a bit confusing - what's the difference between the PCIe 3.0 x16 slot on this board, which states it has a "Gen3 X8 link" vs that of the P9D-I which has a "PCIe 3.0 x16 (Gen3 X16 Link)"?

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