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Gigabyte GA-X150M-PLUS MicroATX Workstation Board - $30.12 AR

SaltyOne 3,276 5,570 July 4, 2016 at 11:08 PM in Computers (4) More Amazon Deals
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edit : Price dropped another $2 as I was posting laugh out loud

Price is after a $20 Rebate

https://smile.amazon.com/Gigabyte...B01AG8WI5U

Rebate : https://images-na.ssl-images-amaz...51633_.pdf
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Maybe hang on to this for a few years when those Xeons it supports are $5.
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There seems no reason not to go with this for a budget build over an actual budget board given the price?
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Maybe hang on to this for a few years when those Xeons it supports are $5.

Link to those $5 Xeons?
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Good deals. Nobody wants it?
They don't work on normal motherboards. Unless you use the Xeon hack, although I've had a 1/2 successrate with that.
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They don't work on normal motherboards. Unless you use the Xeon hack, although I've had a 1/2 successrate with that.
I know. I have Comcast. They limit 1TB a month Data Cap.
I'm paying extra $50 a month for unlimited data.
I'm planing to build a server to make my money worth. Thinking about using 15TB a month.
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I don't think this board supports 6th gen i5 and i7?

Edit: It does see the CPU support list

http://www.gigabyte.com/products/...?pid=5705#
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