- Mar 26, 2014
- 9,177 (2.53/day)
- Washington, USA
|MSI MEG x570 Ace
|Corsair H150i Elite
|4x16GB G.Skill TridentZ
|Powercolor 7900XTX Red Devil
|Crucial P5 Plus 1TB, Samsung 980 1TB, Teamgroup MP34 4TB
|Acer Nitro XZ342CK Pbmiiphx + 2x AOC 2425W
|Fractal Design Meshify Lite 2
|Blue Yeti + SteelSeries Arctis 5 / Samsung HW-T550
|HP Reverb G2
|Windows 11 Professional
I used ECC in a Gigabyte x99 with my 2698v4 before going dual socket. Supermicro has fantastic ATX boards for that generation too.Yeah but this one uses ddr4 ECC, and another Dell Mobo wouldn't help me as it would have the same issue. The only salvageable thing would be the CPU but a 2667 V3 is like 30 cad with shipping included from US. Case is proprietary and so is the PSU. So, not much you can reuse. Most x99 consumer boards on the market do not support ECC.
Also has a dual socket ATX. Been my favorite server board so far.
Edit: Supermicro X10SRA looks like a good fit.