When I opened up the box I found out that Development version of X86-P2 is actually bear motherboard with heatsink. I didn’t need SSD and Mem so I choose this option. Luckily I received an e-mail stating I’m able to buy casing separately.
Initially system didn’t boot at all. It just stayed dead. Tried everything no luck (ignore tiny manual) with outputting through HDMI. An email to support suggested memory wasn’t supported. Yep I did buy Kingston DDR4-2666. According to Intel specifications CPU only supports up to 2400Mhz. After swapping memory with Crucial 8GB DDR4-2400 (CT8G4SFS824A) and a CMOS reset the system finally came to life!
Though getting the X86-P2 effortlessly running, Customer Support gets a 5 star rating. Specifications on website are open to improvements, so it gets a 3 star rating.
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