QUIET, temps are good, running a unraid server.
I'd always shied away from iStarUsa chassis in the past - a lot of their cheaper ones have weird colors and unnecessary (for me) front panel doors. But the build quality, fit and finish, and attention to detail in design on this thing is impressive, definitely better than my all my Norcos, Athena Powers, misc off brands, and even Silverstone. It ticks off every box, I couldn't be happier with this case.
- Works - Does what RAM do - Now I can have one more tab open in Chrome
- Well built, much more rigid construction than i was expecting. - Easy to work in, lots of space to get your hands in there - If you don't want to use the internal fans (which use Molex) and switch to PWM, super easy to grab any 120s and drop them in the front, same with the 80s in the back. - Lots of room for cable management
Great product !!! 9.8 of 10 Work with the All server OS & Nas Os ,Windows Server ,TrueNas, Linux , Open Media Vault , Ubuntu Server ,Rockstor....etc. No need for Graphics Card and you can control it remotely even turn on and off ! :) no need for monitor , and does not consume a lot of power .Its work 24/7 Price Vs performance 10 of 10 .........very fast ....and .powerful ...nice Asrock !!
- hot swappable drives - relativity quiet fans - standard power supply accepted - enough room for long graphics cards
Lots of space, well ventilated, light but sturdy.
4u, lots of space, cable management is actually possible, lockable front IO, decent price. Came with lots of extra screws & I was able to use a NZXT Kraken 120mm water cooler in push-pull config.
Everything works, The IPMI web interface is fast and easy.
Plenty of space Nice layout
It's a real beast! Works with my AMD Threadripper Pro 5975WX (also from Newegg) veeeeeery well. Note: - You have to upgrade BIOS to 2.a, otherwise can not boot. - It's cheaper than ASUS WRX80E-SAGE Pro, and I have to say, BETTER! - Too difficult to use ASUS WRX80E-SAGE Pro, which needs a BIOS updating too. However, I couldn't get ASUS BIOS Flash button & IPMI BIOS Flashing work. To verify these, I wasted money on SAGE MB, another 3955WX CPU and 8 x Crucial 16GB RAMs which are listed by ASUS. Good luck!
- Inexpensive, compared to other solutions - Includes the hardware for mounting drives and board
This is excellent quality memory. Does exactly what it's supposed to do.
Its great space inside for the price.
Has an Unbuffered ECC feature. Relatively fast operating frequency.
Works on my Asus X99 WS N with Xeon E3 1650 v3.
Well packed, and meets the highest memory standard for this motherboard.
I'm using this in a different way than most people - I built a VST player/MIDI module (essentially a clone of a MUSE Receptor) using this as the foundation for a 2U rackmount case. I combined this with a mATX board, a 4x20 LCD display in the external bay, and a SSD (given the potential for vibration). For my purposes, having the small power button on the front is perfect, and the bright light isn't a factor. Also, given this is part of a 12U rack, I didn't need something made of extremely thick steel so the weight was perfect as well. Didn't cut my fingers on anything, which is always a bonus after 25+ years of building PCs. I'm using an EarthWatts PSU which vents to the rear but it's nice to have the vents cut out on the lid as well.