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This review is from: Intel DBS2600CP2 SSI EEB Server Motherboard Dual LGA 2011 DDR3 1600
Pros: Great motherboard with lots of expandability.
Lots of bus for the PCI-E 8x slots to use for JBOD raid cards
Fully compatible with Debian Linux, (I've not seen any issues since "proxmox-ve-2.6.32: 3.4-177 (running kernel: 2.6.32-46-pve)"
Other Thoughts: The cpu compatability allowed me to update the firmware no issues with my E5-2603 v2's
And I would recommend this board for anyone who wants to get in to the virtualization area.
This review is from: Raspberry Pi 83-16561RK 3 Model B starter kit
Pros: Great little system with enough speed to handle basic or simple computing tasks, as long as your not trying to run a full blown desktop on it, or doing too much at once, it is a great little system.
The quad core processor is great for Xubuntu and other editions. Works great with Ubuntu Mate, however needs more ram to run perfectly.
Cons: Could use a little more ram, maybe 2GB.
Other Thoughts: I would recommend this product for people who only need web browsing and maybe Youtube, though if you could get netflix you could sell it to a MUCH broader selection of people.
Also, I would not use more than say E-mail and Firefox at once, tends to over load the ram and processor.
Pros: Designed to use black steel piping and flanges for the vertical pole mount for a very specific or varied mounting height.
Cons: Does not tell you it does not come with the vertical pole for mounting, though I understand why now.
Other Thoughts: Very expensive for what it actually is. Bit overpriced.READ FULL REVIEW