We recently wrote about a server motherboard from Supermicro, which remarkably used the atx format. The motherboard intended for Ice Lake SP chips therefore also fits in many ‘normal’ housings. Axiomtek also has such a product with the IMB700.
This board can accommodate a single Intel Xeon Scalable CPU from the Ice Lake generation, thanks to the single LGA 4189 socket. Here are six rdimm slots next to it, good for up to 384 GB of ddr4-3200 with ECC support. In contrast to the Supermicro design, the IMB700 offers more space for expansion cards. The three pcie x16 slots all have x16 wiring, of course, there are also three x8 slots on display. A single m.2 slot has support for pcie 3.0 x4. You can also use the six SATA ports for storage.
At the back are four USB 3.0 ports, a single USB 2.0 connection and a com port. The two Gigabit Ethernet ports are controlled by the Intel i210-AT, and the single VGA connection connects to an Aspeed board management controller with an unknown model number.
On the board itself you can find two extra USB 3.0 connections, as well as headers for six extra USB 2.0 connectors. For audio, the Taiwanese company has a separate expansion card (AX93242) which can be ordered, as well as the necessary other accessories. It is available with an optional rpm 2.0 module and the watchdog timer has 255 levels. It should be available sometime this month.
Source: Hardware Info Compleet by nl.hardware.info.
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