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SUPERMICRO MBD-X7SPA-H-O Mini ITX Server Motherboard DDR2 667

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Supermicro gives you the best entry level server solution with the MBD-X7SPA-H-O server board. This mini-ITX board integrates Intel Atom D510 (Pineview) processor with comprehensive performance and low power consumption. With two 200-pin SO-DIMM slots, it can support up to 4GB unbuffered, non-ECC DDR2 667MHz memory to meet a small server’s computing need.

The server motherboard integrates 6 SATA 3.0Gb/s ports which have built-in RAID support for better data protection. Plus dual Gigabit Ethernet ports, a PCI-E x4 slot and onboard Intel GMA 3150 video, this motherboard really benefits home or small sized workstations with easy management and data protection.

  • newegg Integrated Intel Atom D510 Processor Integrating an Intel Atom dual-core processor D510, one of the Intel's smallest and lowest power processors, the Supermicro MBD-X7SPA-H-O delivers the power and performance you need, perfect for building a smart, small server.
  • newegg Integrated Intel GMA 3150 Graphics Core The Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3150 (GMA 3150) graphics core is an intelligent and responsive graphics engine built into the chipset that is on the motherboard. This integration provides adequate visual quality, faster graphics performance and flexible display options without the need for a separate graphics card.
  • newegg SATA II with RAID Support The second generation SATA interface delivers up to 300MB/sec transfer speed, doubling that of the first generation Serial ATA. The on-board six SATA II ports with built-in RAID 0, 1, 5 and 10 support provide flexible, scalable storage and enhanced data security.
  • newegg Dual Gigabit LAN The SuperMicro MBD-X7SPA-H-O features dual Intel 82574L Gigabit Ethernet LAN controllers to optimize server performance and improve network communication efficiency to meet the networking demands.
  • newegg Super Doctor III Server Management Software The bundled Super Doctor III software offers a complete server management solution that maintains server health, maximizes system uptime, reduces the total cost of ownership and provides powerful tools for monitoring and controlling your SuperServers from anywhere with ease.


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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years


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  • Will T.
  • 10/16/2013 11:56:58 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat little board

Pros: > Small form factor
> Dual Gig-E
> 6 Onboard SATA
> Uses DDR2 SO-DIMMs

Cons: > Molex MB Power - I question the reasoning behind using this. Couldn't they just stick with a 'normal' P4? No big deal really, just kind of stretching to think of any cons.

Other Thoughts: I have two of these in nearly the same configuration for my home server set up - no RAID involved. They haven't missed a beat in the half-year or so of constant up time.

Originally I had some loose DDR2 memory lying around I didn't know what to do with (left over from upgrading laptop memory.) Decided to retire the old 939 board that was serving (heh) as my server for a more energy efficient setup.

Ubuntu Server 12.04
Samba
Lighttpd stack

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  • Ryan T.
  • 4/9/2012 4:26:14 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWill work with 8GB of RAM

Pros: 6x SATA ports, Will work with 8GB of RAM

Cons: Poor documentation

Other Thoughts: I bought this board almost 2 years ago to run FreeNAS 8. I'm running ZFS raidz2 with 5x 2TB disks and 1 spare, and until today 4GB of RAM. The system has been solid with NO problems. I have also been using a 160W PicoPSU with it since the beginning without any problems. I overlooked the documented 4GB of RAM, but saw other posts from people with the D525 variation were able to get 8GB to work, so I gave it a try even though this is the D510. I just got the 8GB of RAM today and it works perfectly so far. I got the G-Skill F2-5300CL5D-8GBSQ here at Newegg.

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  • Bob M.
  • 12/21/2011 1:20:19 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsNothing major to complain about

Pros: Board itself works great. Plenty speedy for what I use it for. No fans and lots of features for the size. Haven't used it, but the out-of-band management capability for the board was a nice surprise.

Cons: Doesn't come out of NIC sleep mode. I had to turn it off in the OS.

Other Thoughts: I used this to build three servers for a door monitoring system at work. All three work perfectly after turning off the powersave mode for the network card.

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  • WILLIAM L.
  • 8/9/2011 11:39:15 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsZippy

Pros: Reliable, works well

Cons: Riser cards for this unit in a Supermicro case not properly documented well

Other Thoughts: Got it running Debian with IPTABLES, Squid in transparent proxy mode, and SAMBA. It's faster at sharing files with SAMBA than full-on Xeon Dell servers running Windows 2008 SBS. I'm impressed.

This board in the associated 1u rack case with a couple mirrored 2.5" laptop hard drives running Debian/CentOS with SAMBA makes a nice inexpensive alternative to BOTH a firewall AND dedicated server in a small business environment.

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  • Roy L.
  • 8/2/2011 4:19:25 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat little motherboard

Pros: I bought this motherboard to create FreeNAS system and it has worked flawlessly for me. It runs cool, draws little power and has plenty of horsepower to run my server. So far, I am quite happy. I actually have two of these and they are both working great while on 24x7.

Cons: Only thing I can think of is the price. However, given I have had 0 issues and it has enough SATA ports to handle what I need (something the cheaper boards do not have), I guess you get what you pay for.

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  • Trevor H.
  • 4/10/2011 11:31:37 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsSome SATA ports detected as EXTERNAL

Pros: WOL from power off is really cool
6 internal SATA ports
Onboard molex power

Cons: 2 of the 6 internal SATA ports are detected as EXTERNAL by Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 (Windows Home Server "Vail") and the Intel Raid software. Causing me RAID issues.

Other Thoughts: Built a RAID5 array using 3 SAMSUNG Spinpoint F4 HD204UI drives and the Intel firmware RAID. Works when the drives are connected to SATA ports 0-3, but if they are on ports 4 or 5 the array needs to be rebuilt on every reboot! SATA ports 5 & 5 are being detected by Windows and the Intel software as "EXTERNAL", and I think this is the cause. Tried some registry tricks to label them as INTERNAL but did not work. This it's an Intel driver issue. All latest updates installed (BIOS 1.1a and Intel Rapid Storage Technology v. 10.1.0.1008) but still happening. Could be the HDDs of course - they are not exactly industrial strength RAID drives - but since it works when they are all on "INTERNAL" SATA ports I am thinking that's not it.

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  • Anonymous
  • 3/9/2011 10:33:42 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsGreat performance, good all around board

Pros: I bought this board to build a RAID 5 file server. When I ordered it I also ordered a 4GB kit of the Mushkin RAM that was mentioned in another review as being compatible. The build went off without a hitch and worked perfect out of the box. I configured the RAID 5 array and then tried to install Windows 7.

Cons: The board only received 4 eggs because as I mentioned in the pros section I "TRIED" to install Windows 7. Win 7 gave me an error message to the effect of it wasn't able to be installed one that hardware. I also tried Server 2003 and server 2008 before going to Supermicro's website to try and figure out how to configure the hard driver controllers in BIOS. Long story short I finally had to settle for server 2008 and software RAID 5. It was a real pain in the backside but after figuring that problem out the rest of the process of installing server 2008 went smooth and flawless. The file server has been running perfectly for about a month now doing its job of supplying my appleTV with movies and TV shows.

Other Thoughts: I wish I could have found the board that had the D525 atom on it but in Windows this machine runs just as well as the ION2 with D525 that I used in my XBMC build. Overall great board though and as soon as i can find the D525 version of this board I'll most likely buy it, hopefully they will have fixed the RAID problem I had.

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  • Christopher J.
  • 1/21/2011 11:30:40 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsGreat low-power solution

Pros: I've been using this in my FreeNAS box for almost 3 months and I have had no issues. Very energy efficient and capable SOHO server solution.

Cons: The SODIMMs aren't the easiest thing to install due to the mounting bracket position, but that was probably intentional to save space.

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  • Jose I.
  • 11/27/2010 11:44:13 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsStable, easy setup

Pros: Dual gigabit ethernet
Low power consumption (23 w)
Easy to use bios
Stable
Passively Cooled

Cons: Wish it had a mini PCI slot

Other Thoughts: I'm using this for a NAS box - 14 TB. It's perfect. Worked with every OS I tried flawlessly - OpenFiler, Ubuntu, OpenSolaris, FreeNAS.

Very stable, 23W at idle, 25 under load. It's a great board.

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  • Tammy T.
  • 11/22/2010 4:41:46 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

5 out of 5 eggsNAS

Pros: I wanted to build a NAS (6x 2t WDears) that would work energy efficient. I Initially purchased a D525 desktop board. Interestingly the Freenas driver would not support the NIC. Nexenta would not even boot. I proceeded to using a regular board. It worked, but did draw 140 watts total. if you calculate the additional electricity costs of running this for a year you might as well just go ahead and buy an expensive server Atom board. The cheap desktop atom boards only have one PCI slot, that only supports 133 mb/sec total of data throughput. So realistically you only could add 2 HDDs to an extra stata controller. This is not a problem whit this board now. 6xsata and you can easily upgrade with an PCI-express controller. My current system uses 55 Watt on load. 6 x HDDs, 4 x 120 mm fans (led, although I did not want) and one 140 mm top fan, corsair 430 Watt PSU.

Cons: Now there is a D525 Atom released

Other Thoughts: Compared to the desktop board this is expensive. The marked seems to be segmented in the way that if you want to use an Atom on a NAS you need to spend the extra bucks.
Not that the production costs more but that is how companies squeeze out the bucks. Other than that Supermicro is a good company and I could not find any other providers with INTEL NICs, 6 Sata slots and a PCI-express slot. I did buy this as an open box from Newegg. I paid 105 bucks, thought I risk it. It turned out to be the right choice. The only thing that was different was that it came in a different Supermicro box (other server board).
The cheap "G.SKILL 2GB 200-Pin DDR2 SO-DIMM DDR2 667 (PC2 5300) Laptop Memory Model 2-5300CL5S-2GBSQ" works flawless

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