The Supermicro SuperServer FatTwin F628G2-FTPT+ Barebone NAS System offers four nodes that can each house Intel Xeon processors, ECC DDR4 memory chips, 2.5" storage drives, and more, so you can build four independent NAS systems. Each of the nodes has a Super X10DRFF-ITG motherboard, a 6-port FatTwin hot-swappable backplane, and a 2000W Titanium-rated power supply along with six 2.5" drive bays. For connectivity, one VGA and one IPMI Ethernet port as well as two 10 GbE and two USB 3.0 ports are available on each node.
The X10DRFF-ITG motherboard features an Intel C612 chipset as well as two LGA 2011 R3 sockets to accommodate up to two Intel Xeon E5-2600 v4/v3 processors. The motherboard comes with sixteen RDIMM slots that are compatible with 288-pin ECC DDR4 memory modules, which have capacities up to 128GB and speeds of up to 2400 MHz. For expansion, it is armed with three PCIe 3.0 x16 and two PCIe 3.0 x8 slots. Additionally, visuals are powered by an Aspeed AST2400 graphics chipset.
For drive support, the FatTwin backplane provides six SAS/SATA 6 Gb/s interfaces as well as hot-swap support, which lets you quickly install or replace a hard drive or SSD in each of the node's six drive bays. Aside from storage options, cooling all your internal components are accomplished via eight 80mm PWM fans. Moreover, the four nodes are housed in a 4RU chassis, which you can mount in a compatible rack cabinet.