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The browser version you are using is not recommended for this site. Please consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser by clicking one of the following links. Article ID Read all cautions and warnings first before starting your server system integration. Warning: Read all caution and safety statements in this document before performing any of the instructions.
Warning: Installation and service of these products should only be performed by qualified service personnel to avoid risk of injury from electrical shock or energy hazard. To avoid integration difficulties and possible board damage, your system must meet the following minimum requirements:.
Always touch the chassis frame first before reaching inside to make server board connections or to install components. Shield installs from inside of chassis. The labels should be visible from the outside of the chassis. Install the standoffs Nine standoffs must be installed into the chassis before installing the server board.
Locate the threaded standoff holes that match the server board, and install a standoff at each location indicated by the RED circles [ ]. Verify that server board mounting holes align correctly with the chassis standoffs. Use the fasteners that came with your chassis. When unpacking a processor, hold by the edges only to avoid touching the gold contacts.
Processor must align correctly with socket opening before installation. A typical active heat sink is shown as below. Rotate the active heat sink so that the power connector can reach the CPU fan header on the server board.
Use caution so that you do not damage the thermal interface material. Use gloves to avoid sharp edges. DDR2 memory varies in height. DIMM notch and socket bump must align as shown. Chassis Fan Connections. Return to this document to finish up, including software, BIOS, drivers and operating system installation.
If new versions are available, update the BIOS on your server. List of accessories and spares. Hardware components that have been tested with this system. System Fan Connections: For a non-Intel server chassis, see the documentation that came with your chassis for fan connection requirements. Contact support. Characters remaining: We appreciate all feedback, but cannot reply or give product support. Please do not enter contact information.
If you require a response, contact support. Safari Chrome IE Firefox. Support Navigation Support. Close Window. Insert one side edge of shield as shown. Push shield firmly into chassis opening until it clicks into place. Install the server board Install the standoffs Nine standoffs must be installed into the chassis before installing the server board.
Note Verify that each server board mounting hole location has an installed standoff. Do not install a standoff at a location that does not have a corresponding server board mounting hole. When unpacking a processor, hold by the edges only to avoid touching the gold contacts Open the socket lever Push the lever handle down and away from the socket to release it.
Pull the Lever and open all the way. Open the load plate Push the rear tab with your finger tip to bring the front end of the load plate up slightly. Open the load plate as shown. Remove the processor protective cover Take the processor out of the box and remove the protective shipping cover. Orient the processor with the socket so that the processor cutouts match the socket notches.
Install the processor. Remove socket protective cover Grasp the socket protective cover tab and pull away from the load plate as shown. Remove the socket protective cover and store for future use. Close load plate and socket lever Close the load plate all the way as shown. With your finger, push down on the load plate as shown. Close the socket lever and ensure that the load plate tab engages under the socket lever when fully closed.
Use the following procedure to install an active heat sink to your server board: Make sure the screwdriver slot at the top of each fastener is rotated perpendicular to the blades of the heat sink as shown. Align heat sink with holes in board and lower assembly to board.
Snaps go through holes in server board. Press downward on top of cap. Fastener snaps into final position.
Repeat this procedure for each fastener. DIMMs must be identical with respect to size, speed, and organization. Open both DIMM socket levers. Note location of alignment notch. Push down firmly on the DIMM until it snaps into place and both levers close. Visually check that each latch is fully closed and correctly engaged with each DIMM edge slot. Make server board power connections CAUTION: Note the location of the latch on each power cable connector and align it with the matching tab on each server board socket.
Attach the main power connector to the server board. Attach the CPU power connector as shown. Note If you are using a non-Intel server chassis with an ATX power supply, see the documentation that came with your chassis for installation information.
See your chassis documentation to complete rack or pedestal installation. Connect the AC power cable last. Install your operating system: Use the instructions provided with the RAID controller and with the operating system.
On other operating systems, browse the CD folders to locate and install the driver files. Without this cable the processor will not have any power. The same speed. From the same manufacturer. The system sometimes works, but is exhibiting erratic behavior.
This is typically the result of using an under-rated power supply. Make sure you are using at least a W power supply. Note Not all components, jumpers and connectors are described in this diagram. Discontinued Products. Show all Show less.
Need more help? Give Feedback. Did you find this information useful? Thank you. Verify that each server board mounting hole location has an installed standoff. If you are using a non-Intel server chassis with an ATX power supply, see the documentation that came with your chassis for installation information.
Not all optional connections are shown in this diagram. Not all components, jumpers and connectors are described in this diagram.
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