- Right now my only complaint is I can’t get the VGA out to work, but the IPMI’s KVM basically fills that role. Plus I’m using an old VGA monitor with a cable I’m not 100% sure if works so take that with a grain of salt.
- The BIOS/UEFI looks like a standard no-frills UEFI, a better way to view all it’s options is to view the manuals available on their website.
- I haven’t messed around with features like Image Redirection and Remote Media, but the interface for those seems to be pretty simple.
- The built-in Dr. Debug hex display was useful when it hung entering into the UEFI Setup the first time, just did a reset and everything worked.
- I haven’t timed it, but disabling CMS/Legacy boot sped up boot times quite a bit.
- FreeNAS works, but I didn’t have doubts about that.
- I have 6 of the 8 SATA ports used, works well. Intel Optane NVMe boot drive works as well.
Not really sure what else, feel free to ask me questions and I’ll my best to answer.
Update: VGA works, possible my connections weren’t tight enough.