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SUPERMICRO MBD-X10SLL-F-O uATX Server Motherboard LGA 1150 DDR3 1600

  • LGA 1150
  • Intel C222
  • 4 x 240pin

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SUPERMICRO MBD-X10SLL-F-O uATX Server Motherboard


  • Single socket H3 (LGA 1150) supports Intel® Xeon® E3-1200 v3/v4, 4th gen. Core i3, Pentium, Celeron processors
  • Intel® C222 Express PCH
  • Up to 32GB DDR3 ECC 1600MHz UDIMMs in 4 sockets
  • Dual Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports (1x Intel® i217LM & 1x Intel® i210AT)
  • 2x SATA (6Gbps), 4x SATA (3Gbps)
  • 1x PCI-E 3.0 x8 (in x16), 1x PCI-E 3.0 x8, and 1x PCI-E 2.0 x4 (in x8) slots
  • 2x USB 3.0 (1 Type-A + 1 via header) 6x USB 2.0 (4 rear + 2 via header)
  • Integrated IPMI 2.0 with KVM and Dedicated LAN
  • SATA DOM power connector support
  • VGA D-sub connector, TPM header


Product SKUs
MBD-X10SLL-F X10SLL-F (Bulk Pack)
Physical Stats
Form Factor microATX
Dimensions 9.6" x 9.6", (24.4cm x 24.4 cm)
  • Intel® Xeon® processor E3-1200 v3/v4 and 4th Gen Core i3, Pentium, Celeron processors
  • Single Socket H3 (LGA 1150)
System Memory
Memory Capacity
  • 4x 240-pin DDR3 DIMM sockets
  • Supports up to 32 GB DDR3 ECC Un-Buffered memory (UDIMM)
Memory Type
  • 1600MHz ECC DDR3 SDRAM 72-bit, 240-pin gold-plated DIMMs
DIMM Sizes 8GB, 4GB, 2GB, 1GB
Memory Voltage 1.5 V, 1.35 V
Error Detection
  • Corrects single-bit errors
  • Detects double-bit errors (using ECC memory)
On-Board Devices
Chipset Intel® C222 Express PCH
  • SATA3 (6Gbps) w/ RAID 0, 1
  • SATA2 (3Gbps) w/ RAID 0, 1, 5, 10
  • Support for Intelligent Platform Management Interface v.2.0
  • IPMI 2.0 with virtual media over LAN and KVM-over-LAN support
  • Aspeed AST2400 with 10/100/1000M bps MAC
Network Controllers
  • Intel® i217LM + Intel® i210AT Controllers
  • Supports 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, and 1000BASE-T, RJ45 output
  • 1x Realtek RTL8211E PHY (dedicated IPMI)
VGA BMC integrated Aspeed AST2400
Input / Output
Serial ATA
  • 2x SATA3 (6Gbps) ports
  • 4x SATA2 (3Gbps) ports
  • 2x Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports
  • 1x RJ45 Dedicated IPMI LAN port
  • 2x USB 3.0 ports (1 Type-A, 1 via header)
  • 6x USB 2.0 ports (4 rear, 2 via header)
VGA 1x VGA D-Sub Connector
Serial Port / Header 2x COM ports (1 rear, 1 header)
DOM SATA DOM (Disk on Module) power connector support
TPM 1x TPM 1.2 20-pin Header



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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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  • Christopher F.
  • 7/19/2015 9:28:21 AM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSolid motherboard with good remote access

Pros: I'm using this board for a headless home server, and the IPMI capabilities are awesome: I was able to install FreeBSD over the network without needing a USB drive or monitor.

The board is still running after about a year, and I'm happy with the speeds of the network interfaces and the hard drive connections. I'm using with with an i3, and the ECC RAM appears to work (though it's surprisingly hard to confirm this). The board seems to be solidly constructed.

Cons: The documentation is a bit unclear. There's a separate manual available from Supermicro that explains the IPMI system, but I still needed a lot of trial and error to get it working.

There are two ways to access the IPMI subsystem: client software from Supermicro and a web interface. Unfortunately, the client software didn't work when I tried to boot from an ISO, and the web interface is a bit clunky. After a number of hours of trial and error, I managed to use the web interface to specify an ISO to boot from, and I use the client software for everything else.

Other Thoughts: At first, FreeBSD intermittently refused to recognize keystrokes through the client software after a reboot, but that problem seems to have disappeared. I tried to figure out this problem, but there wasn't much information available on how IPMI talks to the OS.

I'm new to this area, and I'm not sure how high to set my expectations. Rating it 5 because it does everything that I need, though beware that it's not a seamless experience.

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  • Ryan H.
  • 4/25/2015 12:36:51 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsQuality Board, probably over my head

Pros: I ordered this for a home NAS build 2 months ago and it was amazing. I've never dealt with a server board before, so this was definitely a learning experience. This outperforms all my expectations. I didn't notice any difference going from dual to triple LAN, but I did notice a huge difference in going from my old NAS' 1x100Mb/s connection to 2x1000Mb/s connections. I can transfer files at incredible speeds all while streaming movies to my PC and BluRay player. I thought it was weird that there was a USB3.0 slot sticking straight out of the motherboard, but then I realized it all made sense when I considered I was installing my OS to a USB drive. The only thing that would make that better is a second slot just like it for dual OS drives, haha.

Cons: One problem I had with this board was the amount of force required. Usually in a PC build if I have to apply a lot of force, I think something is going wrong somewhere. An excessive amount of force was needed when lowering the load arm for the CPU mount after installing the CPU. I loosened the screw as much as possible, slid it down, then tightened the screw a little and it worked.

Another place where more than a good amount of force was required was installing the DIMMs. This actually led to another problem as I when I booted the system it would display an error code I could not find any documentation for online. It must have meant the DIMMs weren't installed correctly, because I forced them in as hard as I could without snapping the board and they eventually clicked in. I'm considering ordering another 16GB of RAM, but I'm worried about installing them...

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  • Brian C.
  • 4/25/2015 6:47:42 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWow, what an experience.

Pros: This motherboard has it all for a server motherboard. Supermicro really did it's research on what a server motherboard should be. It has all the necessary network interfaces including the IPMI interface which is awesome if the server ever goes down or needs maintenance in the rack. Eliminates the need to purchase expensive IP KVM's. Works great in any super micro case with easy installation. ECC memory is spot on with kingston and works great. that in combination with the speed of the hd controller is excellent. I also vituralized this machine and the boot time and performance is excellent running a Xeon Processor. Total power consumption even under load I am getting around 45 watts of power which is great. Plenty of motherboard fan connectors. I always like to see extra fan connectors on the motherboard. Especially for the crazy nuts like I am that need 5 fans in a 1u case. Just be careful that no small animals walk in front of a case that has 5 fans for intake they might get sucked in.

Cons: You need a supermicro case as this motherboard has different motherboard contacts that are a little off from other motherboard contacts. Not really a con, but it does do a weird motherboard chime sound when it starts up. It might be normal but I am going to research that later. If the server is off, the LED lights remain on and still consume about 4 Watts of power. This I assume is by design because of the IPMI interface. Not a big deal 4 Watts of power because it's a server and more than likely it will not be off (unless for maintenance).

Other Thoughts: motherboard is very light weight easy to position. Just be careful with rear I/O connections as they are very thin and if you push too hard I could see them falling off. But if your an experienced installer you shouldn't have any problem with this. Stock cooler fits for 1150 socket. But I found switching out the cooler to a low profile cooler to fit a 1u case was much better and it does fit 1150 and 1156 socket brackets under the cooler area. I guess there isn't much of a space difference between the sockets.

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  • Jason B.
  • 3/6/2015 9:30:21 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsSolid ESXI Home Board

Pros: As others have stated, the IPMI feature set is very nice for remote management. Took very little time to build the node which included this board, Intel E3-1270v3 (Bundle discount), 16G Crucial unbuffered server memory, and a rosewill 630 green power supply.

Cons: Didn't make coffee?

Other Thoughts: Not really a con, just notes. Had to slipstream the NIC drivers for ESXI using ESXI-customizer. Make sure you get the igb and the e1000 drivers.

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  • Colin M.
  • 11/27/2014 1:04:57 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNice home server board

Pros: Board has been working well in a homebuilt NAS box for several months. First time I've used a server-grade board so it's been interesting seeing the differences. My old NAS was built with random parts but still worked OK. Since this is a headless machine, I have to say that the IPMI is my favourite feature. Being able to plug in power and network and do EVERYTHING else remotely, even configure the BIOS and install the OS, is extremely convenient.
Time will tell if it is as reliable as I hope but otherwise this a solid board.

Cons: The price premium over a standard desktop board. But, overall I feel it was worth it. Also the extra money spent on ECC RAM, but that wasn't very much in comparison.

Other Thoughts: When I first went to install the OS the system kept rebooting during the install process. I wasn't sure where the problem lay, and wasted time before remembering the IPMI module has its own basic error log! It correctly pointed to the power supply as the source of the problem. I wish all boards could have this.
Using with:
Intel Pentium G3420
Crucial 16GB ECC Unbuffered DDR3 1600
LSI 9207-8i HBA
Fractal Design Node 804
Many hard drives

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  • Stephen C.
  • 7/19/2014 10:28:46 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

3 out of 5 eggsWeird motherboard

Pros: It works

Cons: It has jumpers
The online manual isn't that great

Other Thoughts: I built a computer using this motherboard and a Xeon processor so I added my own video card since the Xeon doesn't do video. I plugged a power cable into the power supply and flipped the switch on the power supply and, without my hitting the power button, the computer comes on, but the is no video.

Since I couldn't tell what was going on, I flipped off the switch on the power supply and opened the case to see if I put the power switch cable in wrong. It was fine. Out of curiosity, I unplugged the power switch and reset switch cables, plugged in the power cable, flipped the switch on the power supply, and the computer turns on with no video! I then flipped the switch off, plugged the power and reset switch cables back in, flipped the switch on the power supply and the power comes on. This time, I press in the power button on the case, and the computer shuts down. It seems the motherboard was working, except for not displaying video.

I then guessed that the onboard video jumper needed to be set to off in order to get video from my video card, so I disabled the onboard video and the computer is working.

I am not sure why the computer comes on when I plug in the power cable to the power supply and flip the switch on it. It might be related to IPMI

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  • John M.
  • 7/4/2014 8:48:10 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsNice, cheap board for small server

Pros: I'm using this board as the basis for a FreeNAS server and couldn't be happier. The featureset is exactly what I need-- ECC, 6 SATAs, dual NICs plus BMC. And the VGA was useful for initial setup though now I just use the BMC and virtual console, virtual media, etc.

Cons: My sole issue was that impaired this with a very new CPU - core i3-4150, so it wouldn't post until I upgraded the firmware.

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  • Jacob K.
  • 3/16/2014 6:39:06 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggs3rd board, still have issues

Pros: Lots of features; out-of-band management is a great feature.

Cons: I have hard 3 boards, and can not get them to POST.

I'm on my third board AND processor: like others, this is paired with a Xeon E3-1230v3, 32GB RAM (Kingston KVR16E11K4/32, and a SeaSonic 400w PSU. However, each time, I will plug in these components (CPU, fans, RAM, PSU) - get solid LED4 orange light and green blinking management light. But when the PWR contacts were connected, the fans spun for about half a second, and then LED4 ("standby" light) started blinking slowly. That was it. No more life. Tested other PSUs, ultimately other CPUs.

Ultimately, I RMA'd this board, and actually ordered a second board AND processor for testing. These arrived and the exact same thing happened. When the RMA items arrived, I assembled those parts, and the same thing is happening.

I suspect that perhaps there have been newer Xeon models produced, and perhaps the board needs a BIOS update. SuperMicro had issues with their X9-series boards in the same way.


Supermicro support has been unhelpful thus far.

Then the PSU is turned on, all I get is a blinking orange/amber LE4/LED4 indicator - no matter what I do: new CMOS battery; erase CMOS; unplug all components and allow capacitors to drain for 6 days; unplug all components - try as I might, the board is dead.

The third one.

I even purchased an Intel Core i3 4th generation and placed it on this board -- same behavior. Once the first, initial half-second of life is used, orange blinky is its only behavior.

Other Thoughts: If others have had this issue and overcome it, please, PLEASE help me out! :) Many people swear by Supermicro and by these X10-series boards. I might too, if I could get it to work.

Did I mention that I have now tried 3 completely different boards and 3 completely different CPUs? And that this behavior occurs even when no RAM is installed?

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  • Denis S.
  • 1/28/2014 12:44:02 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsNo Documentation

Pros: none

Cons: No user manual No driver disc requiring research and downloading what should come with a system Board

If we need specific data about a boards utilized chip-sets the user manual is essential and is provided to our customers.I dont really feel like downloading and printing out a manual or download drivers and transfer to a readable device just to install the OS

ACPI errors with server 2003 due to Bios compatibility

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  • Branden R.
  • 1/18/2014 8:49:24 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsgreat entry level board

Pros: this is a great fully featured entry level system board. It has features that are usually between $100 to 300 add-on for the features included on this board. The builtin ipmi module has a fully featured virtual KVM with virtual media. this allowed me to build my small rack mount server in the rack and install VMware from the comfort of my couch without the need to go into my server room and swap CD's or sit in front of it with a keyboard and monitor.

Cons: only 32GB of ram support, built in raid doesn't support VMware so I had to add an Adaptec 6405e card (cheap fully featured hardware raid card), and the nics are not fully supported by VMware. you can slipstream in the nic driver pretty easily. with a little work it makes a very nice home VMware server with all of the features I wanted for my home VMware server and testing server.

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