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Supermicro X9SAE-V Desktop Motherboard - Intel C216 Chipset - Socket H2 LGA-1155 - Retail Pack

  • LGA 1155
  • Intel C216
  • 4 x 240pin
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Major Benefits from Supermicro's in-house Design Superiority

Supermicro motherboard advantages:

  • Technologically-advanced Motherboard Designs Since 1993
  • Consistent highest-quality Design, Components, and Production Expertise
  • Extensive Range of x86 Serverboards Available
  • Competitive Price/Performance
  • High Performance Boards Supporting the Latest CPU, memory, and add-on Hardware
  • Standard Form Factors offer Feature - rich Support and application optimization
  • These competitive advantages help Supermicro maintain its design leadership in providing state-of-the-art motherboards for a wide range of applications. Always a step ahead of the competition, Supermicro is consistently first-to-market in delivering high-performance technology support. Offering the most extensive serverboard selection in the industry at competitive prices, Supermicro boards are quality-built to maximize customer satisfaction.


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    • Jon M.
    • 6/25/2014 9:14:14 PM
    • Tech Level: Average
    • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

    4 out of 5 eggsGreat Board, but...

    Pros: Clean layout, easy install.

    Cons: - No motherboard manual
    - No drivers

    Other Thoughts: Supermicro really ought to hire someone to work on their webpage. If you won't include manuals or disks with your product, at least have a user friendly website. Ugh...

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    • Jon M.
    • 6/20/2014 3:32:43 PM
    • Tech Level: Somewhat High
    • Ownership: less than 1 day

    3 out of 5 eggsManual?

    Pros: Nice board, good clean layout. Simple is what I wanted.

    Cons: Unfortunately, installing for a friend and his was sans the owner manual and no driver disk. Only had the quick start guide, had to use the web. Hope it wasn't a return, until it boots and runs stable, gonna give only 3 stars...

    Other Thoughts: Neither Newegg or Supermicro had info on power connections to motherboard. It has a 24 pin main, 8 pin, and 4 pin.

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    • Anonymous
    • 4/10/2014 4:17:59 PM
    • Tech Level: Somewhat High
    • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
    • Verified Owner

    4 out of 5 eggstime will tell

    Pros: More than one PCI-e option.

    Cons: RAM slots very close to the CPU. My Evo heatsink would not fit without touching the RAM chips, although I had all slots populated so it may not be a concern for all, since I think the blue slots that should be filled first, are farther out.

    Other Thoughts: No IPMI or video chipset, which I should have taken into consideration when deciding which board to buy. RAM I used was Newegg Item: N82E16820239371

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    • Ban T.
    • 3/25/2014 5:10:06 PM
    • Tech Level: High
    • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
    • Verified Owner

    4 out of 5 eggsNice board - Pricey

    Pros: * Very helpful tech support. They're actually trying to help you unlike like the Chinese brands. Plus, no waiting period when calling in for helps.

    * Realtek ALC1155 is another bonus too. I really like the 116 dB of SNR. Other brands are still using the 892 / 888 chips which doesn't make any senses at all.

    * Very fast boot up, the BIOS actually learns its routine and remembers it well so you don't wait too long on a reboot.

    * All of the ports work

    Cons: * Why the dual link DVI when in fact it was soldered as a single link on the back end. That's beyond me. They could've soldered 3 MDP as Intel specified so we can use all 3 monitors at high resolution but now we're stuck to just one.

    * C226 chip has a terrible heatsink. They could've used a slightly bigger heatsink to dissipate the more heat.

    * It doesn't read the RPM off a fan with a single yellow connector. You have to plug the entire fan plug with all 3 pins into the mobo to get proper reading.

    * Their website is missing an Intel 3.0 controller driver.

    * Intel C226 SATA 3 reported to Samsung Magican that my Evo 840 write speed is only 255MB/s. Crystal disk and other reported 500MB/s. No biggie here even though it's pretty disturbing. Asmedia seems to work fine though.

    Other than that this is very a nice board. Good solid construction / high quality stuff.

    Other Thoughts: * User manual stated it uses non-ECC only. Don't believe it, that's a typo. It does, even the BIOS stated so too.

    * Tech support thought you can not simultaneously utilize both dedicated and iGFX, they're wrong. Just set iGFX to enabled from auto in the bios to enable this. Then again, they mssed up the design by soldering a DVI and VGA when they should've just soldered in all 3 MDP.

    * Becareful not to plug a USB extension into the Firewire header because they're both identical.

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    • George K.
    • 2/20/2014 4:33:34 PM
    • Tech Level: Somewhat High
    • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
    • Verified Owner

    5 out of 5 eggsGreat Motherboard

    Pros: Great motherboard to go into SC743 chassis. I read the specs at Supermicro site and asked some questions regarding components prior to placing order. Supermicro on line support was better than most and provided very timely responses.

    Cons: Not really a con as I missed this. There are only 6 SATA connections on the mother board. The case I purchased had 8 hot swap bays & 3 51/2" bays. Simple enough solution, buy a plug in SATA controller card. I can't knock the product for my oversight.

    Other Thoughts: From my perspective, Supermicro products are high end. I am of the opinion their primary market is geared towards businesses or providers where there is a regular IT person/group for support & their documentation (on the web) seems to reflect that. Depending on the chassis you may need cable extensions to get every thing connected. I knew that going in.

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    • Jonathan K.
    • 8/31/2013 12:35:37 PM
    • Tech Level: Somewhat High
    • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
    • Verified Owner

    5 out of 5 eggsNice Workstation Board

    Pros: Hmmm all the goodies that the C216 affords. ECC, USB 3.0, VT-d, etc.
    Very stable, nice features and works perfectly in Supermicro cases (of course, they have their 'stuff' together).
    I don't care what other techies say, 1155 is not dead. It may not have newer CPU's coming out for it (who cares, when it comes time to upgrade you want an entire new system anyways) but the usefulness of Ivy Bridge Xeons mixed with ECC, this board, SSD drive(s), Windows 7 Professional, and dual HDMI displays is at least five years. I won't go into great detail but get a PS/2 Unicomp Ultra Classic keyboard for some serious hacking and forgo cheap USB keyboards.
    This thing means business and has the features needed for a stable work environment. Please don't complain if you are working on mission critical data with desktop computers using non-ECC RAM, I don't care how good your backups are. Downtime trying to figure out when the data got corrupted, restoring, getting back to where you were before the corruption took place is totally unacceptable. Real data corruption may happen only every few years but are you willing to play Russian roulette with your data? I won't, get what you need!

    Cons: Doesn't have an onboard TPM module but easily added.

    Other Thoughts: I have not tried it yet but this board looks to be a perfect match to become a Q u b e s workstation. I will test that theory soon with a USB 3.0 flash drive.

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    • Walter C.
    • 8/6/2013 11:30:44 PM
    • Tech Level: High
    • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
    • Verified Owner

    5 out of 5 eggsPerfect fit for Supermicro case

    Pros: Very stable, no overclocking.
    Front header cable of my Supermicro 836 case plugged right into the motherboard.
    Comes with 6 SATA cables, and the first IO shield I have seen that screws to the motherboard.
    Supports ECC and VGA/Dual HDMI(for processors with that support).
    Has some SATA 3, and USB 3.0. I recommend using a real RAID controller anyway.

    Cons: NO OVERCLOCKING. Make sure you know what you are doing before purchasing. This is not a desktop board.
    Memory must be paired to the type of Processor.
    Not really a con but may be to some: read the manual before purchasing. Not all PCIX slots are full electrical length.
    Newegg photo is a variant of this model.

    Other Thoughts: Nothing torques me off more than a newb buying server grade hardware and expecting it to play Crysis :-) or booting in 5 seconds
    This is meant to be a real server/workstation mother board. Don't expect it to overclock a Core i7.
    I am capitalizing on the fact there is still a lot of life left in Ivy Bridge.
    Bought this to replace my Thecus N5200 NAS.
    Being used as a web server, IP camera NVR, DLNA server. And more once I upgrade to more than a 3.1Ghz dual core proc.
    The 4pin CPU socket provides more power to the slots if they are getting to be fully populated, and is optional.

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    • Frederic L.
    • 7/27/2013 9:03:44 PM
    • Tech Level: Somewhat High
    • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
    • Verified Owner

    5 out of 5 eggsGreat workstation board

    Pros: Two PCI-e slots for a passthrough build or SLI/CrossfireX
    Well made, server grade
    Optional third power connection
    No actual problems with the product itself

    Cons: Documentation is a single piece of paper
    No CD for drivers
    Confusing beep code

    Other Thoughts: Uses the AMI bios but has it's own 5-beep general purpose error code. 5 beeps also happen to be AMI's CPU error code. Bad decision there.

    Packaged like a server board even though this is technically a desktop product. Documentation and drivers are also included online.

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    • Nick O.
    • 6/24/2013 1:25:19 PM
    • Tech Level: High
    • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month

    5 out of 5 eggsGood board

    Pros: Easy setup. C216 chipset. Came with latest BIOS (2.0a). Detected 1270v2 right out of the box. Detected 16gb (4x4gb) of Kingston DDR3-1600 ECC memory and ran at correct speed. NIC's were detected and are functioning well with Centos 6.4 64-bit.

    Cons: No printed manual and not even a driver disc. Obviously you always want the latest drivers but having a copy on cd is nice to keep with the system.

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    • CHARLES L.
    • 5/19/2013 3:27:00 PM
    • Tech Level: High
    • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
    • Verified Owner

    4 out of 5 eggsSo far so good - Linux NAS build

    Pros: Working well so far with:
    CPU: Intel E3-1230V2 LGA1155 Processor BX80637E31230V2
    Chassis: Supermicro CSE-822T 2U case. BUT, the power supply BARELY REACHES the motherboard connectors.
    Drives: WD1003FBYX and WD10EFRX drives.
    Memory: Kingston 8GB DDR3 1600MHz PC3 12800 ECC CL11 DIMM KVR16E11/8

    Cons: Fan 4 connector is near the "rear" of the board where the keyboard connector is. This necessitates a fan extension cable to reach fans in a typical 2U rackmount chassis. (All the other fan connectors are at the "front" edge of the board where the power LED is.)

    Other Thoughts: eth1 did not come up, although it showed up in lspci and dmesg. Connecting the port to the network switch showed no lights on the motherboard port. Turned out the solution was to completely remove the power and pull the CMOS battery (as is the solution for many Realtek/Gigabyte boards in the past year.)

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