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SUPERMICRO SYS-5015A-PHF 1U Rackmount Server Barebone
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SUPERMICRO SYS-5015A-PHF 1U Server Barebone
Very Good
Below Average
Rating: 8.77/10
With 13 User Reviews

Review Date: 09/02/13
Pretty quiet even with stock PSU. If utilised with two 2.5" hdds there is lots of space. IPMI is killer, but no remote java assistance for Windows 7/ 2008 :( But can nevertheless energy up or down the server remotely and do a overall health verify on it. Pretty cool! Running 2 as redundant webservers. Extremely low power consumption. Case is quite well made. Loving these! Get em! Thx 'Egg! No IPMI remote java client assistance for Win7񳏈 but! If you get it running let me know plz!G200 video is pretty lacking. S'ok for 17" fourɇ monitor - widescreen's are gonna struggle for you. Search the net for new G200 driver's - they are out there. The Driver CD didn't have them? Just a folder. Odd... Have two of these, a CyberPower 1U UPS, a D-Hyperlink Green Switch, and a 16-Port Patch panel all bought from Newegg in a 12" deep Startech rack (also bought right here). Really cool setup! Extremely pleased with 'Egg's shipping and speed.

Review Date: 07/28/13
Like other individuals have pointed out, it's little, super quiet, inexpensive, has dual gigabit nics and a dual core CPU. I bought this for the sole purpose of running as a standalone Nagios server and it runs like a champ. It's monitoring 14 hosts / 132 services on CentOS five.five 32-bit with 4GB of RAM and I have a ton of resources nonetheless to perform with. * Can't manage additional than 4GB of RAM* No region for a 2nd HDD The pros far outweight the cons. My most significant demands are for cheap, powerful hardware with super quiet overall performance. This hits the target 100%!

Review Date: 05/18/13
exceptional mini server. Loaded server 2003 enterprise and operates great and rapid. See info for the riser card that I applied I discovered a riser card from Logicsupply.com Component quantity is PELX16-C11 - PCI Express (x16) Versatile Riser Card. Applied this riser card to attach a Buffalo 3. usb adapter card. Performs excellent. Excellent factor about buffalo was I utilised the driver disc to set up the drivers for USB three. card and had no problems. Just inserted the driver disc in 2003 enterprise server and clicked the install button and the drivers installed automatically. Did not will need to search for the drivers. Satisfied camper. So may be if you want to develop USB 3. ports on the server you should use Buffalo USB 3. pci card. Tested worked great.

Review Date: 04/07/13
This server is great. Low-cost but with higher finish functions like IPMI permitting remote bios level management. One particular could fully reload the server more than vpn using virtual media, and so forth. Daul NICS for these wanting to use it as a router. ICH9 Chipset ATOM D510 shows up as four cores. I purchased six and have a couple Ubuntu 10 servers running - 1 client I place SBS2008 on it ( :) and others operating windows server 2008 R2 Web. They make no almost no noise - the Only fan is on the Power provide and are strong for the side and specs. SO-DIMM Memory is more pricey but in a 1u footprint space is tight.To mount a two.5 in drive or 2 two.5 inch drives and raid them you have to obtain a 2.five inch drive adapter or you can kinda hack it but yea. Even tho it has a 16x on board PCI E and a slot on the case supermicro has not manufactured a riser card but, I tried 1 of there other cards and it didn't operate presently I have 1 unit with an intel 4x port nic utilizing a "flex" riser card. it appears to be very good but the card isn't as solid as i'd like with this being such a new solution supermicro tech help stated they will have a riser card in the future You can't go wrong with this server. They are really great.

Review Date: 01/16/13
Little, compact, about the size of a Cisco 2950T switch. Running W2008 Enterprise on it. Easy to set up, O/S was effortless to install. Runs good with 4 GB memory. Great for a second server, file server and for specialty servers such as VPN/ISA. only space for 1 hard drive mounting bracket. with this case, they could have drilled holes for a second tricky drive mounting bracket in it as an alternative. The PCI card riser needs a backplane to convert from vertical to horizontal and is not listed as an optional buy card. I lik it. Skeptics may wonder how a Atom processor, laptop memory, and laptop difficult drive can evaluate to massive servers with quad cores, and ECC memory, but this server performs fairly properly for little firms. I wouldn't want 50 customers to access this issue all at one time, but for common server use, on a spending budget, can't beat it

Review Date: 11/29/12
*Management interface is an aewsome function!*Dual core processor.*Quiet.*Dual gigabit ethernet.*Reliable. *Laptop memory.*Can only mount a single HDD.*PCIe 1U slot adapter not integrated. NEWEGG #N82E16816101331 works fantastic. Very happy with this unit. I am utilizing this with Endian Firewall community edition with 5 servers behind it. Haven't had a single glitch. Wonderful throughput and very small CPU utilization. The onboard IPMI is an great feature that incorporates KVM more than IP. Can't say enough good issues about this server.I have tried this with WinServer 2008R2 64bit and it appears to perform well. The Atom processors don't have considerably power, but it is modest, quiet, and only uses about 25-30W below regular use. Excellent for simple server duties. Just bear in mind memory and processor limitations.

Review Date: 08/30/12
The Atom's a nice little processor. It feels roughly comparable to a P3ǗGhz in routine use, and with the onboard Intel networking, it can do 100Mbit routing and fundamental firewalling without having even blinking. Tests where I've completely saturated a 100Mbit Online link, with a single significant stream, cause possibly a tenth of a percent of visible load on the machine. Impressive little firewall processor. I suspect you can possibly put close to a gigabit by way of this tiny guy if your ruleset isn't as well complex and you're not attempting to do VPN (which is incredibly CPU-intensive.) Floating point is weak on the Atom, but as lengthy as you're staying with integer tasks (like routing and firewalling), it's surprisingly strong, and can be completely silent. The Supermicro situation has an really annoying, whiny little fan on the power supply. A Main reason to get an Atom is mainly because it's fanless, but the Supermicro case makes that fully irrelevant. True good board. Strongly suggested. But I don't suggest acquiring it in this case if you're at all noise-sensitive. Fine for a information center, incredibly annoying in a house.

Review Date: 07/22/12
Slick IPMI interface! Newest Atom revision, faster RAM, dual-core with much more cache, dual GbE Intel network interfaces replace Realtek. They finally ditched IDE. SO-DIMM (laptop) memory, employing the PCI-E slot needs a riser (not integrated), only one 3.5" drive can be installed unless you acquire a 2.five" drive chassis. This makes for the excellent colo item for us. A whole server, with IPMI, for less than twice the expense of JUST the IPMI card for any other server.

Review Date: 04/18/12
uncomplicated ubuntu server 10.04 install, perhaps an hour. web page and manual say there is an ide bus, but there is no ide bus. actually disappointing. i was actually looking forward to running the os on an ide drive and getting 6 sata drives for extras. no ide isn't adequate of a disappointment to return, but it tends to make me wonder what else isn't accurate.

Review Date: 01/12/12
small compact with plenty of umph worked well SBS-2008 installed 4g pc5300 2x500g 2.5hd RAID1. Handles smaller buisness with approx 20 stations and 45 emails running on exchange with out a hiccup. adding a USB four port to pci slot off mainboard gives 6 usb ports on rear no cd/dvd Raid would not function with server 2003 doesn't appear You can actually add a PCI card as it would hit the tough drive.

Review Date: 10/08/11
Great box for an open source firewall. Very sufficient to sit on your desk, small sufficient to go behind a switch or smaller racked device. Great IPMI. Operating 1 as a firewall/vpn, yet another for front finish net server. Overview says that "It has 8 USB two. ports..." it can... but it only has 2 via the case. Riser card need to have been included. Its only a couple of bucks and there no way to use the PCI slot with out it. three.5 Challenging drive mounting bolts it to the case. I would prefer rubber stoppers or plastic washers more than the wax paper that's utilised. Box was massive for such a little server. Would have been nice if newegg included some under the hood shots. Front side USB would have been good, but not a con. You can also get the identical MoBo and case separate and develop it for much less. That's what I am going to do for a third unit.

Review Date: 09/15/11
Light and compact (around 10-12 lbs with 3.five" HDD); no worries at all about installing this on two-post rails. Atom D510 is scary fast despite its reputation; Hyperthreading is a bonus! Indicator lights on the front are bright and straightforward to see. The board is laid out beautifully and installed to spec (sticker proudly announces that it is assembled in the USA). Connectors on the back are all solid; nothing feels low cost. Unit is quiet and runs cool. Offered PSǘ connectors on back for you old-schoolers. Simple, simple-to-open chassis lid ƕ screws) lifts off easily to give full access to the unit. No sharp edges or nasty surprises inside. Grated front and rear really should allow for decent ventilation. Unit ships in manufacturer's carton, and is packed well (nearly surrounded by foam). Consists of HDD mounting screws, Rack Screws and extra Motherboard mounting screws/standoffs (all in individually labeled bags; impressive). Manual is cleanly written and effortless to recognize. Only two external USB ports (a third is really located on the top of the motherboard, beneficial when performing an OS install but not a lot use once the lid is back on). The integrated Matrox g200e video is a capable regular but is genuinely showing its age. No driver disk included, though Win 2k8 seems to have included drivers for all of the hardware. Supermicro's internet site is not a joy to navigate. The MB takes up much less than half of this case; this would be a fun project box for hackers Ɩ SATA ports on the MB). Motherboard and HDD are insulated by a plastic sheet with holes cut for screw mounting, so not significantly shock/vibration absorption here. HDD is mounted from the bottom, so if you're seeking to use two 2.five" HDD, be certain to get an adapter bracket that matches up with the bottom holes of a regular three.five" (I advocate N82E16817997007). Power connector for second SATA disk is included but zip-tied to the leftover PS cables.The only active cooling in the unit are the fans in the energy supply; no fans on the MB and no case fans. Heat even so really should not be an concern with this unit even in minimal ventilation.Installed Server 2008 R2 x64 for giggles and was impressed at how promptly it installed as well as ran; the D510 is definitely an impressive chip.MB includes an x16 slot but the position of the mounted HDD would make squeezing any card in practically impossible.

Review Date: 07/27/11
Seems sufficient as file server. Installed Ubuntu 10.four on an Intel X25-V ssd. Installed ok. Boot went to blank screen with flashing cursor only. Intalled and booted to plain old Seagate Sata fine. Some odd incompatibility to the SSD. Curious if everyone else gets this SYS-5015A-PHF to boot on the Intel (or other SSD).Reading about the "trim" alternative in OS required for SSD to keep performing, it's maybe ok it doesn't function but. :
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Product Features


   Type:  Server
   Product Form Factor:  Rack-mountable - 1U
   Server Scalability:  1-way
   Internal Bays Qty:  1
   Color:  Black

Processor / Chipset
   CPU:  Intel Atom D510
   CPU Qty:  1
   Max CPU Qty:  1
   CPU Upgradability:  Not upgradable

   Installed Size:  0 MB / 4 GB (max)
   Technology:  DDR2 SDRAM - non-ECC
   Form Factor:  SO DIMM 200-pin
   Features:  Unbuffered

Hard Drive
   Type:  No HDD

Storage Controller
   Type:  1 x SATA - integrated
   Controller Interface Type:  SATA-300
   Channel Qty:  6
   RAID Level:  RAID 0, RAID 1

   Monitor Type:  None.

Graphics Controller
   Type:  Integrated
   Graphics Processor:  Matrox MGA G200eW
   Video Interfaces:  VGA

   Type:  Integrated
   Ethernet Ports:  2 x Gigabit Ethernet
   Ethernet Controller:  2 x Intel 82574L
   Data Link Protocol:  Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet
   Remote Management Protocol:  DMI 2.3

Expansion / Connectivity
   Bays:  1 (total) / 1 (free) x internal 3.5"
   Slots:  2 (total) / 2 (free) x SO DIMM 200-pin 1 (total) / 1 (free) x PCIe x16 ( x4 mode )
   Interfaces:  2 x LAN (Gigabit Ethernet) 2 x USB 2.0 1 x VGA 1 x PS/2 mouse 1 x PS/2 keyboard 1 x serial

   Cables Included:  Serial ATA cable
   Features:  Chassis intrusion detection, thermal monitoring, overheat protection, fan speed monitoring, Power Factor Correction (PFC)
   Compliant Standards:  Plug and Play, RoHS, ACPI 3.0

   Device Type:  Power supply
   Nominal Voltage:  AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
   Power Provided:  200 Watt

Manufacturer Warranty
   Service & Support:  3 years warranty
   Service & Support Details:  Limited warranty - labor - 3 years Limited warranty - parts - 1 year

Dimensions & Weight
   Width:  17.2 in
   Depth:  9.8 in
   Height:  1.7 in
   Weight:  9.9 lbs

Environmental Parameters
   Min Operating Temperature:  32 F
   Max Operating Temperature:  122 F
   Humidity Range Operating:  8 - 90%

Product Specifications

Model SYS-5015A-PHF
CPU Supported
CPU Type Intel Atom D510 processor
South Bridge ICH9R
Memory Supported
Memory Slots 2 x 200Pin
Max Memory Supported 4GB
Memory Type Supported DDRII 667
Serial ATA 6 x SATA 300
GPU/VPU Matrox G200eW
First LAN Intel 82574L
Second LAN Intel 82574L
Max. LAN Speed 10/100/1000Mbps
Extension Bays
3.5" Bays 1 x 3.5" Internal Drive Bay
Panel Ports
PS/2 2
Rear USB 2
RJ45 2
Power Supply
Max. Power 200W Low Noise AC-DC power supply with PFC
Physical SPEC
Form Factor 1U
Dimensions 17.2" x 9.8" x 1.7"
Weight 10.0 lbs.
Manufacturer Warranty
Parts 1 year limited
Labor 3 years limited
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