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Foxconn R10-D4-DDR3 Intel Atom D525 1.8GHz Intel NM10 Intel GMA 3150 Barebone System with 2G/DDR3 Already Included

  • Intel Atom D525 1.8GHz
  • Intel NM10
  • 2 x 240Pin DIMM DDR3 1333/1066
  • Intel GMA 3150
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General

Brand
Foxconn
Model
R10-D4-DDR3
Color
Black & White

CPU Supported

CPU Type
Intel Atom D525 1.8GHz

Chipset

North Bridge
Intel NM10

Memory Supported

Memory slot
2 x 240Pin DIMM
Memory Type Supported
DDR3 1333/1066
Max Memory Supported
4GB

Expansion Slots

PCI
1 x PCI (Only support low profile PCI card)

Storage

Serial ATA
2 x SATA 3.0Gb/s

Graphics

Onboard Video
Intel GMA 3150

Audio

Channel
6-CH

Communications

Max LAN Speed
10/100/1000Mbps

Extension Bays

3.5" Internal bays
1
3.5" External bays
1
5.25" External bays
1

Front Panel Ports

Front USB
2
Front Audio Ports
2 jacks

Back Panel Ports

PS/2
2
COM
1
LPT
1
VGA
1 x D-Sub
Rear USB
4
RJ45
1
Rear Audio Ports
3 jacks

Power Supply

Power Supply
150W

Physical SPEC

Dimensions
11" x 11" x 3.74"
Weight
10 lbs.

Quick Info

Warranty

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


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  • Jeffrey G.
  • 1/14/2012 6:10:30 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsBigger than I thought...

Pros: Works great, POSTS quick, case is constructed well.

Cons: Case is bigger than I thought, but maybe that's my error in not looking at the dimensions. Power consumption is a little higher than I thought it would be, but I did add a second NIC in the PCI slot.

Other Thoughts: Description is misleading. It says there's an internal 3.5 inch bay and an external 3.5 inch bay. There's only one 3.5 inch bay and it's VERY close to the cables coming out of the power supply. I have a 2.5 inch drive in there and I don't know how a full 3.5 inch hard drive could possibly fit.

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  • Michael H.
  • 10/25/2011 3:37:24 PM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat Low
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsIT WORKS...

Pros: works without a flaw... easy to assemble...

Cons: cant put a DVD and hard drive together... HDD slot wont fit..

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  • Dan V.
  • 10/14/2011 7:05:50 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsWill be fine for its intended use.

Pros: Teeny-sized dual core D525 Atom proc, 64-bit, with hyperthreading, 13W. Snappier than I expected.

Included RAM is one stick, so there's another slot free.

Quiet, compact, decent mb and case layout. Lots of USB ports (2 front, 4 back, 2 additional internal headers).

SATA power and drive connections, keeping things tidy. Provided short SATA cable (for your drive) and slightly longer one (for an optical drive, i would imagine) are long enough to get where they need to go without having to tuck away extra cable.

Glossy front section, and if you don't install anything in an external bay, the blanks don't detract from the design.

Recessed reset button, big blue LED ringed power button. Standby resume on ps/2 keyboard press actually WORKS, unlike some mbs.

PXE boot capability on built in NIC, with a settings change.

Has a low profile PCI slot, with enough clearance to be able to actually USE the thing.

Did initial testing with Linux on a USB stick, and it handled i

Cons: Docs only had motherboard info, nothing for case. That seemed a little unusual, since docs other models contain both case + mb on same sheet.

Stand (the "feet" things) just kind of slide in to get snug; they don't attach in any way, so picking up or moving system will leave the feet behind.

Front section is held to chassis with four flat plastic lift tabs, and I suspect they'll break if you're removing and replacing it frequently. They normally sit flat under the top cover, so they are unlikely to break during use, only when you're mucking with the front section.

External 3.5" bay seems to be geared towards a passively powered device, like a card reader, unpowered USB hub, or sound card panel. There's only the two SATA power connectors, and no molex or floppy-style power connects, and it's also not deep enough to put in anything more substantial (like a second 3.5" HDD) anyway. There IS a CIR header on the mb, so perhaps you could also use the bay to mount a CIR module.

Other Thoughts: Lack of case info not critical; there's not really much to it.

1) unscrew top center screw in back (phillips #1) to allow top cover to slide back and lift out.

2) GENTLY lift four flat plastic tabs to allow front panel to "rock" forward towards front, meaning the top part will move away from chassis, while bottom remains in place. once the top is clear from the chassis part, it just lifts off, although you'll have to keep it near, as the cabling that connects it to the motherboard only gives a little bit of "play" away from chassis. Not so little that you'd worry about yanking something, but not enough to move it across the desk.

3) Unscrew the two screws on the front (what was behind the front section) and the drive "cage" can lift right out.

4) An internal 3.5" drive will mount label-down below the 5.25" bay, with one screw securing to the drive "underside" and two securing one "edge" to the front.

5) Resecure cage, panel, top cover, then back screw.

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  • Anonymous
  • 10/13/2011 6:15:41 PM
  • Tech Level: Average
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsI Like It

Pros: Runs reasonably quiet and cool; comes with everything needed except a hard drive; gigabit lan; uses (cheaper) ddr3 ram (800 MHz)

Cons: Did not come with a case manual, only a quick start guide and driver disk for the motherboard. Had to look up installation instructions on Foxconn's website, using another similar model (couldn't find this one) as a guide......an easy find, but their website leaves a lot to be desired. The mobo main power plug wires are a snug fit under the drive cage, up against the ram. I wouldn't consider trying to get anything into the external 3.5 slot (short). The ram only operates as single channel for both slots (not a biggie for me). Speedfan reports 2 high temps, Temp1 and Temp2 (130-135F), but accuracy is questionable, since Core1 and Core2 are shown at -30F from ambient. My concern is hd0, running a cool 97F, compared to 119F in my old Dell P4 SFF.

Other Thoughts: I will be using this for a low current home file server, fits the bill perfectly. I threw in my 1TB hard drive with Windows Server 2008 pre-installed from my old Dell.......came up on first boot, updated drivers, boom. As usual, it was trial and error to find which driver works for a server OS. Had trouble with the LAN driver, got the latest Vista from Foxconn and it worked fine. It is a small case, but manageable. I pride myself in being clumsy and prone to break something when plastic is involved, but everything went in without a hitch. If I can find my kil-a-watt I will report back with current draw. I am concerned that the power supply may meet its maker sooner than desired.....time will tell, will report back if that happens. This is no machine for any type of intensive use....but for web surfing, email, etc. it would be just fine, it is fairly zippy, and its small size and power draw is an attraction. My first Mini ITX size build....will definitely do one for an HTPC soon.

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