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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-27-2020, 11:13 AM - Thread Starter
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[anandtech]Arm Development For The Office: Unboxing an Ampere eMag Workstation


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While Andrei is testing the system for our full review, I wanted to take some time to actually have a physical look at what one of the first Arm server workstations looks like. This system isn’t built by Ampere, but by Avantek, who takes one of the Ampere eMag motherboards and places into a consumer based PC chassis from Be Quiet, then modifies the chassis to fit the server-sized motherboard. This involves customization, given that the server motherboard does not have the standard E-ATX holes or PCIe spacings for the rear panel. This particular chassis has the option of a transparent side panel and LEDs – Avantek says that despite this market not being the typical recipient of these more consumer aesthetics, they had the demand!


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Yaaawn, where are 'dem benchmarks and tests in typical usage? Anyone can take a server board and shove it into a case, slap high price sticker to "match".
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