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[Proclockers] Biostar A10N-8800 AMD SoC Motherboard Review

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This is accually good.We need more motherboard parties doing this.Just think Ryzen 2 apu like this with navi cores.All in one diy's for HTPC and e-gamming.

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This is accually good.We need more motherboard parties doing this.Just think Ryzen 2 apu like this with navi cores.All in one diy's for HTPC and e-gamming.
Or maybe even NAS. But I also agree on the HTPC. Not bad.
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It's a good itx option. However AM4 would cost the same if matx is an option.

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How cheap a computer can be with this?
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Or maybe even NAS. But I also agree on the HTPC. Not bad.
If the motherboard accepts ECC RAM it could make a nice NAS, with a PCI-E SATA card.

Edit: I meant NAS not HTPC.

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What's the benefit of using ECC ram in an HTPC?

Cheap? and for ZFS if it's a dual purpose HTPC/NAS, maybe.

That's all I can come up with at least.

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Cheap? and for ZFS if it's a dual purpose HTPC/NAS, maybe.

That's all I can come up with at least.
I meant NAS, not HTPC. ZFS is not required to run a NAS, my media server uses XFS as it is more optimised for large files than even Ext4. Even though I use SnapRAID I still use ECC as it prevents bit flipping and thus file system corruption. And considering ECC RAM is about the same price as non-ECC RAM (but with higher latency due to error checking) I've decided to use ECC RAM in my server.

But there are people who simply don't care about ECC RAM and use regular RAM in their server. If this board doesn't support ECC RAM then it's still a great option as long as not a lot of transcoding is required.

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