nice i will require one didnt realize once id built up my Nas that id need one to mirror it >< out of 104TB i have about 54TB left. it is time to build the back up i have 2x Asus Strix x570's amd a Asrock Phantom x570 with TB3 sitting round lol,
@Izerous I disagree. The cost of that board isnt that terrible to we homelab/overkill server types (we're used to huge prices on motherboards). You gotta look at how much you're getting into that tiny ITX form factor. Oculink, 4x ecc ddr4 ram slots with huge max ram capacity, full pcie x16 slot, m.2, support for 16-core (32 thread) cpus and more. The sheer density of all that on an itx board, the obviously low production volume - and server -grade reliability in spite of volume - makes it a very capable board indeed. There really isn't much this mobo Couldn't do, which also appeals to the small group of "one for all" -types. I know a few of them, and they literally make one PC the center of their whole homes, a literal jack of all trades PC (and master of some too). Gaming? Check. VM ware monster? Check. Raid/array with huge speeds? Check... you get the idea.
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