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ASUS E35M1-I Fusion AMD E-350 APU (1.6GHz, Dual-Core) AMD Hudson M1 Mini ITX Motherboard/CPU Combo

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  • AMD E-350 APU (1.6GHz, Dual-Core)
  • AMD Hudson M1

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years
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  • N/A
  • 11/15/2015 10:22:08 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsUsed as a Nas

Pros: I have 4 2tb drive and 1 60gb SSD plugged into this.
whole system shows as using 24 watts of power
I have been running Ubuntu Server with ZFS since 6/24/2011 without any problems.

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: Unit has been running 24/7 around 4 years without any problems.
Unit is not under much load only hosting file over the network.

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  • shnelson
  • 6/8/2012 11:11:42 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggs

Pros: 6 sata ports make this an extremely cost effective storage server solution. Runs cool with no noise (mine doesn't whine like others have reported). Running FreeNAS with 8gb of RAM as an iscsi target.

Cons: onboard NIC = JUNK! Constantly loses connectivity and requires a cold restart to bring the NIC back to life. PCI-E port is also very finicky when it comes to anything other than gfx cards

Other Thoughts: My solution to the NIC issues was to add in a PCI-E quad port, but both cards I had didn't work. I was able to get an intel dual port 1gb card to work, but required an older bios version and very specific settings.

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  • cpezza
  • 5/16/2012 6:43:21 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

1 out of 5 eggsCRASH :(

Pros: a small thing

Cons: wont work, I update the BIOS and nothing its freezing

Other Thoughts: I guess this is the first generation with some handicap I got the 450 and run smooth ;)

Manufacturer Response:

Dear Valued Customer,

We apologize for the issue you had with the motherboard.

Can you tell me what memory you used on this motherboard? Are you using ones from the memory Qualified Vendors List (QVL)? Can you try loading the defaults, save and exit? Does it the system freeze while loading the OS, in the desktop, or when performing certain tasks, coming out of sleep/hibernation?

If the system freezes and BSOD, you should have a .dump file in your C:\Windows\minidump folder with a timestamp of when the BSOD occurred as the file name. You can use a .dump file viewer such as BlueScreenView to analyze these files. This will help you pinpoint what caused the system to freeze. Also, please take a look at Windows Event Viewer to see if it there are anomalies just before freezing.

The E450 is slightly better in terms of performance but it should handle just about everything the E350 in this motherboard.

If you are still having problems with the motherboard, please feel free to contact me at reference #C1037-2923.

Asus Customer Loyalty

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  • Joe
  • 5/12/2012 8:01:39 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week

5 out of 5 eggsPerfect for Freenas System

Pros: Low Power, Quiet, Small, and pretty much plug and play. I purchased an open box for $40 less. This is a perfect board to run a freenas file server. 6 internal high speed sata ports...what more can you ask for.

Asus makes a solid product.

Cons: Advanced Bios settings not well documented and took a bit of playing with to get freenas to boot off a usb thumb drive.

Other Thoughts: I'm not sure other reviews pertain to this board. My NIC port runs as a gigabit port. I had an old router and had to upgrade to a newer router for it to run that fast.

I am running freenas 8.2 off a usb with no issue

I will probably purchase the big brother ASUS E35M1-M PRO Fusion AMD E-350 APU to build an htpc.

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5 out of 5 eggsamending prior FreeNas comment

Pros: Many SATA ports, low power, fast enough, inexpensive, durable in my experience.

Cons: I am amending my prior comment about FREENAS 8.2 Beta not working with the onboard NIC. Cons-> none. Would probably direct a fan onto the heat sink.

Other Thoughts: I am amending my prior comment about FREENAS 8.2 Beta not working with the onboard NIC. It seems the USB I was booting freenas from was corrupted. The newest 8.2 Beta does have drivers for this NIC and just got it to work for me with a new USB stick.

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5 out of 5 eggsComment on Prior Review

Pros: Small, Quiet, Low Power, lots of SATA ports, inexpensive.

Cons: NIC not well supported on FreeNAS. theoretically it would be an ideal board for a low power file server but you'll probably need to add a supported network card (increasing your base price and power) if you want to go the FreeNAS route.

Other Thoughts: The prior review was uncertain on how this works with FREENAS and WinServer 2008. I have several of these boards. On has been running 2008R2 just fine for almost a year. I just tried another of these (new from newegg in last couple weeks) with FreeNAS Beta 8.2 (the latest as of 5/2012). It does NOT recognize the on-board LAN interface for me and thus won't work as is for this particular application. You would need to add a different network card or trying to fuss with the drivers.

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5 out of 5 eggsGood for file server

Pros: Quiet (no CPU fan); 6 SATA ports, USBIII. (added a fan anyway). Low power consumption. Have two of these now. Fileserver running 2008 R2 server (fileserving win and mac) and just trialing one of these for FreeNAS 8.2.

Cons: There have been postings about the onboard NIC being flakey under Linux and maybe FreeNAS too. It has done OK for me under Windows Server 2008 over the last year. I'll see shortly how that works under FreeNAS and how well 3TB drives function under FreeNAS 64.

Other Thoughts: Not many other 6 SATA on board alternatives.

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  • N/A
  • 4/17/2012 8:16:23 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
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5 out of 5 eggsGreat board for NAS unit

Pros: More than enough power for building a DIY NAS system. Runs Open Media Vault with no problems and has 6 on board SATA ports for allowing massive storage capabilities. Slightly upgradable with the PCI express slot for adding a controller card for adding more drives. Energy efficient and quiet.

Cons: For the application that I use it for, just one. I wish I could reduce the shared memory to video since I do not use the video adapter on it all except when I installed the OS. I would rather use most of the allocated 512MB towards system function instead of video out of the 4GB installed.

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  • 4/4/2012 2:48:31 PM
  • Ownership: 1 week to 1 month
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3 out of 5 eggsRMA'd

Pros: Tiny, silent and cool. It doesn't even need a fan on the heat sink but I flipped a case fan to have it blowing across it anyway. Could play 720p videos under mythbuntu without a problem. Good price too.

Cons: Had to RMA it for a replacement since there seemed to be some issue with the south bridge. It didn't want to let me install most operating systems and when it did, they had a tendency to hard crash. So I guess I was just one of the lucky ones to get a bad egg.

Other Thoughts: It seems like a great board for a media center pc application, I just wish their quality control was a little higher. I still recommend it for the price though.

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  • 3/31/2012 2:24:10 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
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2 out of 5 eggsGreat MB, but non Gigabit for Linux

Pros: Perfect layout for a little server. Fanless, 6 6Bit Sata, M-ITX, low power. It's the perfect MB for a NAS/Server. E-350 seems to be quite a bit quicker that my dual atom.

Cons: The Realtek 8111E is the big downfall for this MB. There has been a bug fix reported about this chip set and Linux since 2008 and it is still a problem. As others have posted, the network interface is not stable. A Realtek driver download will roll back to a R8168 driver and it is reported to be stable, but there is no fix to get Gigabit speed out of the interface. Whats a NAS/Server without Gigabit speeds? I’ve tried Ubuntu 10.04 – 11.10 and kernel 3.2 with no success. I’m now forced to buy a PCI NIC for gigabit speed.

Other Thoughts: Before I realized the Gigabit issue, I had a (3x2TB) RAID 5 set up with a 237 MB/sec read speed. I'll rebuild this after the installing the Intel NIC. Realtek, you owe me $31.

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