Asus Z8NA-D6 Bios 1207

Date: July 15, 2011
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First dual Socket 1366 in 12” x 9.6” ATX form factor

Being the first ATX form factor server & workstation motherboard supporting dual Intel® Xeon® 5500 series processor in the market, Z8NA-D6 is ideal for dual use with different types of DDR3 memory support, versatile I/O options and reliable data protections

What's New:

  1. Add the function to enable/ disable "PCIE1~4 Option ROM".
  2. Update Intel SATA RAID option rom to support HD larger than 3.0 TB.


Dual 1366 Socket in ATX

Z8NA-D6 is designed in ATX form factor, namely 12” x 9.6”, which is the first slim size Dual Processor server & workstation motherboard in the market and can be fitted in your desktop PC chassis for cost-effective use.

Support ATX (Desktop) and SSI (Server) Power Supply

Z8NA-D6 is built with 24+8pin power connector to support both SSI & ATX power supply, the former is suitable for best performance & expandability use, and the latter for cost effective usage, whose price is much lower than that of SSI power supply.

Dual Use for Server & Entry Workstation

Z8NA-D6 support PCI-E Gen2 x16 (x16 link) not only for I/O but graphic card as well. With optional MIO audio card, Z8NA-D6 becomes a just enough Workstation for cost –sensitive SMB & SOHO.

Reliable Data Protection

Z8NA-D6 is built with 6-port SATAII to support RAID 0, 1, 10, 5 (from Intel Matrix Storage and for Windows only), and RAID 0, 1, 10 from LSI® MegaRAID, for Linux/Windows. Moreover, Z8NA-D6 supports optional SAS RAID cards, which are PIKE 1064E/1068E (RAID 0, 1, 1E), PIKE 1078 (H/W RAID 5, 6, 50, 60), and PIKE 6480 (RAID 0, 1, 10, 5).

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