Asus P10s-M Ws Server/Workstation Motherboard Lga 1151 (Socket H4) Micro Atx For Sale

Asus P10s-M Ws Server/Workstation Motherboard Lga 1151 (Socket H4) Micro Atx


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Asus P10s-M Ws Server/Workstation Motherboard Lga 1151 (Socket H4) Micro Atx:
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Rack Optimized Compact Workstation Board for Media Server Design for rack optimized solution P10S-M WS is the workstation board that’s perfect for media server, cloud gaming, video streaming and so much more. Its thoughtful layout maximizes accessibility to adjust inside temperature, which is great for rack-mounted configuration – so it’s ready to meet enterprise or academia need. Accelerate to 32Gbit/s data-transfer speeds with M.2, up to 22110 With x4 PCI Express 3.0 bandwidth, one M.2 supports 32Gbit/s data-transfer speeds in Native NVMe – that’s up to 5.3X faster than traditional SSDs. The powerful signal also supports the very latest 2.5-inch NVMe SSDs technology via ASUS M.2-NVME1 (2242) for quick, simple setup. Furthermore, the M.2 is designed up to 110mm, which is provided most

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