Gigabyte comes with mITX server motherboards equipped with Intel Xeon D-socs

Jan

13

2016

Gigabyte has announced four mITX motherboards equipped with Intel Xeon-D and 1521- D-1541-socs. All signs can handle DDR4 memory, the difference lies in the number of cores and threads of socs and in the available network connections.

New motherboards from Gigabyte make use of BGA-1667 socket where the Intel Xeon-D micro server-socs are housed. Gigabyte uses two new socs Intel in November 2015 announced. On the MB10 and MB10-DS1–DS4 Motherboard Gigabyte uses the Intel Xeon 1521-D with four cores and eight threads, with speed of 2.4GHz and turbo boost of 2,7GHz. The MB10 and MB10-DS0-DS3 variants are equipped with the Xeon 1541-D, which has 8 cores and 16 threads with speed 2,1GHz and 2,7GHz of turbo boost.

The DS0- and DS1 versions of the server motherboards two Gigabit Ethernet connections are available. The MB-DS3- and DS4 variants also have two 10-Gigabit SFP + for fiber optic connectors. The foursome mITX motherboards has different socs and network connections after identical specifications. The four memory slots can hold up to 128GB ECC DDR4 memory are picked, there are six SATA 3.0 ports available and there is support for remote management via the IMPI 2.0 web interface and iKVM. Suggested retail Gigabyte has not yet published. Gigabyte D-Xeon motherboard

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