AMD OPTERON 30925 user manual

User manual for the device AMD OPTERON 30925

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Builder’s Guide for
AMD Opteron™
Processor-Based
Servers and Workstations


Publication # 30925 Revision: 3.04

Issue Date: February 2004



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© 2003, 2004 Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. All rights reserved. The contents of this document are provided in connection with Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (“AMD”) products. AMD makes no representations or warranties with respect to the accuracy or completeness of the contents of this publication and reserves the right to make changes to specifications and product descriptions at any time without notice. No license, whether express, implied, arising by esto

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30925 Rev. 3.04 February 2004 Builder’s Guide for AMD Opteron™ Processor- Based Servers and Workstations Contents Revision History...............................................................................................................................7 Chapter 1 AMD Opteron™ Processor Key Architectural Features.....................................9 1.1 The AMD64 Architecture..................................................................................................9 Chapte

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30925 Rev. 3.04 February 2004 Builder’s Guide for AMD Opteron™ Processor-Based Servers and Workstations 5.6.1 AMD-8000™ Series Chipset .................................................................................. 37 5.6.2 Graphics and Storage .............................................................................................. 38 5.7 AMD Opteron Processor Utilities and Updates .............................................................. 39 5.8 AMD-8000 Series Chipset

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30925 Rev. 3.04 February 2004 Builder’s Guide for AMD Opteron™ Processor- Based Servers and Workstations List of Figures Figure 1. AMD Opteron™ Processor Architecture ...........................................................................9 Figure 2. Model A2210 1U/2P Rack Server....................................................................................13 Figure 3. Model A8440 4U/4P Rack Server.................................................................................

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30925 Rev. 3.04 February 2004 Builder’s Guide for AMD Opteron™ Processor-Based Servers and Workstations List of Tables Table 1. Power Worksheet 1—Component Power ......................................................................... 32 Table 2. Power Worksheet 2—Total Watts..................................................................................... 33 Table 3. AMD Opteron™ Processor Series and Model Numbers .................................................. 36 ® Table 4

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30925 Rev. 3.04 February 2004 Builder’s Guide for AMD Opteron™ Processor- Based Servers and Workstations Revision History Date Revision Description February 2004 3.04 Revised public release. Added EMEA contact information. December 2003 3.00 Initial public release. Revision History 7

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30925 Rev. 3.04 February 2004 Builder’s Guide for AMD Opteron™ Processor-Based Servers and Workstations 8 Revision History

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30925 Rev. 3.04 February 2004 Builder’s Guide for AMD Opteron™ Processor- Based Servers and Workstations Chapter 1 AMD Opteron™ Processor Key Architectural Features The key architectural features of an AMD Opteron™ processor-based system include AMD64 architecture, integrated DDR DRAM memory controller, HyperTransport™ technology, and many other features. Figure 1 shows a block diagram of the AMD Opteron processor architecture. Figure 1. AMD Opteron™ Processor Architecture 1.1 T

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30925 Rev. 3.04 February 2004 Builder’s Guide for AMD Opteron™ Processor-Based Servers and Workstations Integrated DDR DRAM Memory Controller The 128-bit wide integrated DDR DRAM memory controller: • changes the way the processor accesses main memory, resulting in increased bandwidth, reduced memory latencies, and increased processor performance. • allows available memory bandwidth to scale with the number of processors. • can support up to eight registered DDR DIMMs per processo

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30925 Rev. 3.04 February 2004 Builder’s Guide for AMD Opteron™ Processor- Based Servers and Workstations Chapter 2 Validated Server Program (VSP) For those System Builders, VARs and Integrators that prefer a pre-built system, the Validated Server Program (VSP) is designed to enable rapid introduction of AMD Opteron™ processor- based servers. AMD has joined forces with Celestica, one of the world’s leading electronics manufacturing services (EMS) providers, to bring you the VSP. Buildin

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30925 Rev. 3.04 February 2004 Builder’s Guide for AMD Opteron™ Processor-Based Servers and Workstations In addition to the rigorous design and test methodologies, Celestica provides an Engineering Change Notice (ECN) procedure to give advanced warning of any modifications in hardware or firmware along with an explanation of the severity and cause. These ECNs are designed to allow you to proactively solve potential issues with your customers and provide orderly transitions to new r

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30925 Rev. 3.04 February 2004 Builder’s Guide for AMD Opteron™ Processor- Based Servers and Workstations Figure 2. Model A2210 1U/2P Rack Server Key features of this platform include: • Up to two AMD Opteron 200-series processors • AMD64 architecture • Up to 16 GBytes of DDR ECC registered memory (4 DIMMs per processor) • One PCI-X 64-bit/133MHz or two PCI-X 64-bit/100 full length slots • Up to two fixed IDE or two hot-swappable SCSI Ultra320 hard drives • Slimline DVD-ROM or opt

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30925 Rev. 3.04 February 2004 Builder’s Guide for AMD Opteron™ Processor-Based Servers and Workstations Figure 3 shows a 4U/4P server, based on the AMD Opteron 800-series processor. Figure 3. Model A8440 4U/4P Rack Server Key features of this platform include: • Up to four AMD Opteron 800-series processors • AMD64 architecture • Up to 32 Gbytes of DDR memory (4 DIMMs per processor) • Two PCI-X 64-bit/133-MHz hot-swappable slots • Three 64-bit/66-MHz slots • Two LSI Logic SCS

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30925 Rev. 3.04 February 2004 Builder’s Guide for AMD Opteron™ Processor- Based Servers and Workstations 2.4 Not Yet a Member of VSP? For more information, register as a member, and find out how to order VSP products, please visit http://www.amd.com/vsp7 or contact us by email at vsp@amd.com. In Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA), please visit www.amd.com/vsp. Chapter 2 Validated Server Program (VSP) 15

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30925 Rev. 3.04 February 2004 Builder’s Guide for AMD Opteron™ Processor-Based Servers and Workstations 16 Validated Server Program (VSP) Chapter 2

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30925 Rev. 3.04 February 2004 Builder’s Guide for AMD Opteron™ Processor- Based Servers and Workstations Chapter 3 AMD Opteron™ Processor-In-a-Box The best solution for System Builders and Resellers manufacturing pedestal platforms is the processor-in-a-box (PIB) from AMD. The PIB is available now in a new retail box. The improved display options allow the product to be either free-standing, stacked, or hung. The boxed processor package is heat-sealed to alleviate lid tampering and t

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30925 Rev. 3.04 February 2004 Builder’s Guide for AMD Opteron™ Processor-Based Servers and Workstations 18 AMD Opteron™ Processor-In-a-Box Chapter 3

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30925 Rev. 3.04 February 2004 Builder’s Guide for AMD Opteron™ Processor- Based Servers and Workstations Chapter 4 Heatsink Installation This chapter contains instructions for the installation of the AMD Opteron™ processor heatsink. The AMD Opteron processor heatsink requires the retention frame and the backplate to be attached to the motherboard. If the retention frame and backplate are already attached to the motherboard, proceed to step 10. Figure 5 shows the backplate and retentio

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30925 Rev. 3.04 February 2004 Builder’s Guide for AMD Opteron™ Processor-Based Servers and Workstations Figure 6. Backplate Release Liner 3. Gently lift the motherboard by the edges over the backplate. 4. Align the two threaded standoffs on the backplate with the two mounting holes near the socket on the motherboard. (See Figure 7.) Figure 7. Motherboard Placed Over Backplate 5. Gently lower the motherboard until the standoffs fit through the holes near the socket and the bac


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