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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 05-05-2019, 07:38 PM - Thread Starter
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[sviko.com] - mini-ITX LGA-3647-based motherboard review (ASRock Rack EPC621D4I-2M)

https://sviko.com/t/asrock-rack-epc6...n-lga3647/45/4

Quote : "When the Intel Xeon LGA-3647 series processors only appeared, many experts joked that this processor socket is so large that the mini-iTX format Board on it can not be done. And behold ASRock Rack showed the world that anything is possible, and if you need Scalable Xeon Board for nettop - please, the company has for your motherboard EPC621D4I-2M."
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Gotta love Asrock for making boards like this. I doubt they will even sell enough of these to cover the R&D, but kudos to them for catering to the niche.
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I honestly have no idea what someone would use this for. Where do you have the big thermal/power budget, the tiny space allocation, and a need for more than 18 cores?

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Quote: Originally Posted by TranquilTempest View Post
I honestly have no idea what someone would use this for. Where do you have the big thermal/power budget, the tiny space allocation, and a need for more than 18 cores?
Portable highly multithreaded workstation? There are plenty of small cases available these days that can fit a big cooler.

Its a niche application, but I don't think this motherboard was intended for anything other than niche applications.
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Have to admit, since I have made use of these ASrock ITX HEDT boards, this kind of insanity is something that makes me go, "Mmmm, time to upgrade my ITX machine?"

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Quote: Originally Posted by Gilles3000 View Post
Portable highly multithreaded workstation? There are plenty of small cases available these days that can fit a big cooler.

Its a niche application, but I don't think this motherboard was intended for anything other than niche applications.
Not saying nobody at all will use it, but it's a bit like putting a 15 liter diesel in a compact car.

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