This looks like a nice newegg server. Newegg doesn't tend to focus on SMB or enterprise level server gear on a standard. Yes, they have it but, they lack the vast amount of server gear avaliable. Love newegg though, order all my own personal computer gear from them.
If you're looking for an optimized, enterprise style server, take a look at Intel's server configuration tool for help finding solutions used by the corporate world. I use Intel chassis' and serverboards for most all my servers but Supermicro has nice boards and full server offerings as well. Tyan has decent serverboards from what I've heard but I don't run to them. (Note: Intel has several OEM's for their chassis. They don't make their own so.) Most corporate level companies buy Dell and HP servers so it is hard to find good advice on building your own enterprise class server, just an FYI. True SMB or Enterprise server's are vastly different than a consumer gaming rig. (I've got both. Love my i7 to death but, it was much easier to build and research than building server)
@ZFedora, this looks like a really nice prosumer server. It is a step above standard performance computers (consumer) but, not quite to the level used in the enterprise class server market. For virtualization, it's hard to beat an i7 if you want something stocked by most stores. I prefer Xeon's but, i7's are a heck of a lot cheaper for comparable performance.
I look forward to seeing what you're doing with this and how you get it all working! Best of luck.
Edited by puttsy - 10/9/11 at 8:21pm