Tyan | B7002G20V4H-A1 | Datasheet | Tyan GT20B7002

Tyan GT20B7002
TYAN® GT20
B7002
Service Engineer’s Manual
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PREFACE
Copyright
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without written consent of manufacturer.
Copyright 2009 MiTAC International Corporation. All rights reserved.
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Disclaimer
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including liability or warranties relating to fitness for a particular purpose or
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merchantability. TYAN retains the right to make changes to produce
descriptions and/or specifications at any time, without notice. In no event
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will TYAN be held liable for any direct or indirect, incidental or
consequential damage, loss of use, loss of data or other malady resulting
from errors or inaccuracies of information contained in this document.
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Winbond is a trademark of Winbond Electronics Corporation.
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Federal Communication Commission (FCC)
Notice for the USA
Compliance Information Statement (Declaration of
Conformity Procedure) DoC FCC Part 15: This
device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules
Operation is subject to the following conditions:
1) This device may not cause harmful interference;
2) This device must accept any interference received including
interference that may cause undesired operation. If this equipment
does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try one or more of the following measures:
– Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
– Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
– Plug the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that of
the receiver.
Consult the dealer on an experienced radio/television technician for
help.
Notice for Canada
This apparatus complies with the Class A limits for radio interference as
specified in the Canadian Department of Communications Radio
Interference Regulations. (Cet appareil est conforme aux norms de
Classe A d’interference radio tel que specifie par le Ministere Canadien
des Communications dans les reglements d’ineteference radio.)
Notice for Europe (CE Mark)
This product is in conformity with the Council
Directive 89/336/EEC, 92/31/EEC (EMC).
CAUTION: Lithium battery included with this board. Do not puncture,
mutilate, or dispose of battery in fire. There will be danger of explosion if
battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent
type recommended by manufacturer. Dispose of used battery according
to manufacturer instructions and in accordance with your local regulatio-ns.
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About this Manual
This manual provides you with instructions on installing your
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TYAN GT20. This Manual is intended for experienced users and
integrators with hardware knowledge of personal computers.
This manual consists of the following parts:
Chapter1:
Provides an introduction to the GT20-B7002 bare-bones, standard parts list, describes the external
components, gives a table of key components,
and provides block diagram of the system.
Chapter2:
Covers procedures on installing the CPU, memory
modules and hard drives.
Chapter3:
Covers removal and replacement procedures for
pre-installed components.
Appendix:
List the BIOS differences, cable connection and FRU
part tables for reference of system setup, and
technical support in case a problem arises with your
system.
For information on the motherboard, please refer to the attached
motherboard user’s manual. You can find the detailed descripti-on about jumper and BIOS settings from the motherboard man-ual.
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SAFETY INFORMATION
Before installing and using GT20-B7002, take note of the following
precautions:
·Read all instructions carefully.
·Do not place the unit on an unstable surface, cart, or stand.
·Do not block the slots and opening on the unit, which are provided for
ventilation.
·Only use the power source indicated on the marking label. If you are not
sure, contact the power company.
·The unit uses a three-wire ground cable, which is equipped with a third
pin to ground the unit and prevent electric shock. Do not defeat the pur-pose of this pin. If you outlet does not support this kind of plug, contact
your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet.
·Do not place anything on the power cord. Place the power cord where it
will not be in the way of foot traffic.
·Follow all warnings and cautions in this manual and on the unit case.
·Do not push objects in the ventilation slots as they may touch high volta-ge components and result in shock and damage to the components.
·When replacing parts, ensure that you use parts specified by the manuf-acturer.
·When service or repairs have been done, perform routine safety checks
to verify that the system is operating correctly.
·Avoid using the system near water, in direct sunlight, or near a heating
device.
·Cover the unit when not in use.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Overview ......................................................................... 9
1.1 About the TYAN GT20-B7002.................................................... 9
1.2 Product Models......................................................................... 10
1.3 Features ................................................................................... 11
1.4 Standard Parts List ................................................................... 15
1.4.1 Box Contents ..................................................................... 15
1.4.2 Accessories ....................................................................... 16
1.5 Optional Parts........................................................................... 17
1.6 About the Product..................................................................... 18
1.6.1 System Front View ............................................................ 18
1.6.2 System Rear View ............................................................. 18
1.6.3 LED Definitions.................................................................. 19
1.6.4 Motherboard (S7002) Layout ............................................ 21
1.6.5 Jumpers & Connectors ...................................................... 22
1.6.6 System Block Diagram ...................................................... 23
1.6.7 Internal View...................................................................... 24
Chapter 2: Setting Up..................................................................... 25
2.0.1 Before you Begin ............................................................... 25
2.0.2 Work Area.......................................................................... 25
2.0.3 Tools .................................................................................. 25
2.0.4 Precautions........................................................................ 26
2.1 Installing Motherboard Components ........................................ 27
2.1.1 Removing the Chassis Cover............................................ 27
2.1.2 Installing the CPU and Heatsink........................................ 28
2.1.3 Installing the Memory ........................................................ 31
2.1.4 Installing Hard Drives ........................................................ 35
2.2 Rack Mounting.......................................................................... 38
2.2.1 Installing the Server in a Rack........................................... 38
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2.2.2 Installing the inner Rails to the Chassis ............................ 39
2.2.3 Installing the Outer Rails to the Rack ................................ 40
2.2.4 Rack mounting the Server................................................. 42
Chapter 3: Replacing Pre-Installed Components ........................ 45
3.1 Introduction ............................................................................. 45
3.2 Disassembly Flowchart........................................................... 45
3.3 Removing the Cover ............................................................... 46
3.3 Removing the Cover ............................................................... 47
3.4 Replacing Motherboard Components..................................... 47
3.4.1 Replacing Expansion Card................................................ 47
3.4.2 Disconnecting All Motherboard Cables ............................. 49
3.4.3 Removing the Motherboard............................................... 50
3.5 Replacing the LED Control Board .......................................... 51
3.5.1 M1008 LED Control Board Features ................................. 53
3.5.2 M1008 LED Control Board Connector Pin Definition ........ 53
3.6 Replacing the System Fan ..................................................... 54
3.7 Replacing the M1232 HDD/FAN Board .................................. 57
3.7.1 M1232 HDD/FAN Board Features..................................... 59
3.7.2 M1232 HDD/FAN Board Connector Pin Definitions .......... 61
Appendix I: BIOS Differences........................................................ 65
Appendix II: Replacing Slim DVD-ROM (Optional) ...................... 67
Appendix III: Cable Connection Tables ........................................ 69
Appendix IV: FRU Parts Table ....................................................... 71
Appendix V: Technical Support .................................................... 73
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Chapter 1: Overview
1.1
About the TYAN GT20-B7002
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Congratulations on your purchase of the TYAN GT20-B7002, a highly-optimized rack-mountable barebone system. GT20-B7002 is designed to
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support up to two Intel “Nehalem-EP 2S” processors and up to 64GB
DDR3-800/1066/1333 memory, providing a rich feature set and incredible
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performance. Leveraging advanced technology from Intel , GT20-B7002
server system is capable of offering scalable 32 and 64-bit computing,
high bandwidth memory design, and lightning-fast PCI-E bus implementa-tion.GT20-B7002 not only empowers your company in nowadays IT
demand but also offers a smooth path for future application usage.
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TYAN is also proud to deliver GT20-B7002 in flavor while supporting up
to four hot-swap hard drives and one optional slim DVD ROM.
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GT20-B7002 uses TYAN ’s latest chassis featuring a robust structure and
a solid mechanical enclosure. All of this provides GT20-B7002 the power
and flexibility to meet the needs of nowadays server application.
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1.2
Product Models
Model
B7002G20V4H
HDD Bays
Removable,
4HDDs
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Power supply
400W single
1.3
Features
TYAN GT20-B7002 (B7002G20V4H)
System
Front Panel
External Drive
Bay
Form Factor
1U Rackmount
Chassis Name
GT20
Dimension (D x W x H) 22.4" x 17.2" x 1.72" (568 x 436 x 43.6mm)
Motherboard
S7002GM2NR-LE
Gross Weight
17.7kg
Buttons
(1) PWR / (1) RST / (1) NMI / (1) ID
(1) PWR / (1) HDD / (2) LAN / (1) ID / (1)
LEDs
Warning
I/O Ports
(2) USB
Type / QTY
3.5" Hot-Swap / (4)
Supported HDD
Interface
System Cooling
Configuration
Power Supply
FAN
(5) 4cm fans
Type
EPS1U
Input Range
Full-range AC(100-240V)
Frequency
60 Hertz
Output Watts
400 Watts
Efficiency
80-plus
Supported CPU
Series
Processor
1st priority: SATA
Socket Type / QTY
Thermal Design
Power (TDP) wattage
Intel Xeon 5500 series QC/DC processors
LGA1366 / (2)
95W
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Processor
Chipset
System Bus (MHz)
1333/1066/800
IOH / ICH
Intel 5500 / ICH10R
Super I/O
Winbond W83627
Supported DIMM Qty (8) DIMM sockets
Memory
Expansion
Slots
DIMM Type / Speed
DDR3 800/1066/1333 RDIMM, UDIMM ECC
Capacity
Up to 64GB
Memory channel
3-Channel
Memory voltage
1.5V
PCI-E
(1) PCI-E x16 slot
Pre-install TYAN Riser
Card
LAN
Graphic
I/O Ports
System
M2083-RS, PCI-E x16 1U riser card (left)
Port QTY
(2)
Controller
Intel 82574
Connector type
D-Sub 15pin
Resolution
1600x1200@60Hz
Chipset
Aspeed AST2050
USB
6 ports ( 2 at front, 4 at rear)
COM
1 port
VGA
1 port
RJ-45
2 ports
Chipset
Winbond W83793G
Voltage
Monitoring
Temperature
Monitors voltage for CPU, memory, chipset &
power supply
Monitors temperature for CPU & system
environment
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System
Fan fail LED indicator / Over temperature
LED
warning indicator
Monitoring
Others
Watch Dog timer support
Brand / ROM size
16MB / AMI
Plug and Play (PnP) /PCI2.3 /WfM2.0
/SMBIOS2.3 /PXE Boot / ACPI 2.0 power
BIOS
management /Power on mode after power
Feature
recovery / User-configurable H/W monitoring /
Multiple boot options
Operation
System
Regulation
OS supported list
Please refer to our OS supported list.
FCC (Doc)
Class A
CE (Doc)
Yes
C-Tick
Yes
VCCI
Yes
Operating Temp
10° C ~ 35° C (50° F~ 95° F)
Operating
Non-operating Temp - 40° C ~ 70° C (-40° F ~ 158° F)
Environment
In/Non-operating
Humidity
90%, non-condensing at 35° C
RoHS 6/6 Complaint
Yes
Motherboard
(1) S7002GM2NR-LE
Manual
(1) User's manual / (1) Quick Ref. Guide
Package
Installation CD
(1) TYAN installation CD
Contains
I/O Shield
(1) I/O Shield
RoHS
Chassis Unit
(1) CCHA-0350, GT20 1U chassis unit (for
B7002)
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Cover
(1) CCCV-0140, Top cover for GT20 (B7002)
HDD Tray
(4) CHDT-0051, Removable 3.5" HDD Tray
(5) CFAN-0241, 4 cm fans / (1) CHSK-0370,
Heatsink / Cooler
LGA1366 CPU heatsinks / (1) M1232, fan/ HDD
adapter board
Riser Card
(1) M2083-RS, PCI-E x16 riser card
Package
Front Panel board
(1) M1008, front panel board
Contains
Power Supply
(1) CPSU-0281, 400W 1U (80 plus) single PSU
Cable
SATA
(1) CCBL-067N, Mini SAS cable
USB
(1) CCBL-035B, USB cable
FAN
(1) CCBL-0391, Fan cable
Front Panel (1) CCBL-072N, front panel cable
Power Cord
accessories for
chassis
Rack Mounting Part
future upgrade
CCBL-0300, EU type power cord
(1) CFBZ-0070, Front bezel for GT series 1U
Front Bezel
Optional
(1) CCBL-0310, US type power cord / (1)
(1) CRAL-0032, Rail kit / (1) CEAR-0050,
mounting ear kit
(1) CDVD-0060, slim type DVD-ROM / (1)
Peripheral
CCBL-0422, slim ODD SATA cable(1)
CCBL-0326,SATA cable
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1.4
Standard Parts List
This section describes GT20-B7002 package contents and accessories.
Open the box carefully and ensure that all components are present and
undamaged. The product should arrive packaged as illustrated below.
1.4.1
Box Contents
Component
Description
1U chassis,(4) hot swap HDDbays
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TYAN S7002 system board
(pre-installed)
400W single Power Supply
(5) System FAN
M1008:
LED control board (pre-installed)
M1232 HDD/Fan Board
M2083-RS PCI-E riser card
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1.4.2
Accessories
If any items are missing or appear damaged, contact your retailer or
browse to TYAN®’s website for service: http://www.tyan.com
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The web site also provides information of other TYAN products, as
well as FAQs, compatibility lists, BIOS settings, etc.
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1 x TYAN
Motherboard
Drive CD
1 x Heatsink
HDD Screws
Power Cables
Left to right: Europe, US
Mounting Ears &
Screws
Barebone Manual &
Mainboard Manual
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Rail Kit
Rail with Bracket x 2
1.5
Screw Sack
Optional Parts
Item
Model
Number
Picture
Quantity
Description
DVD-ROM
CDVD-0060
1
Slim DVD drive, SATA
Chassis
Front-Bezel
CFBZ-0070
1
Front Bezel for GT series 1U
chassis
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1.6
About the Product
The following views show you the product.
1.6.1
System Front View
LED control board
DVD-Rom drive (Optional)
Hot SWAP HDD Bays
USB ports
ID button
Reset button
ID LED
Warning LED
Power Status LED(PSMI)
Power button(with LED)
NMI button
1.6.2
System Rear View
Power supply
USB ports
USB ports
LAN1
Serial port & VGA port
LAN2
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HDD LED(NIC3)
NIC2
NIC1
1.6.3
LED Definitions
Front Panel
LED
Power
LED
HDD
LED(NIC3)
NIC1
NIC2
Warning
LED
ID LED
State
Color
Description
On
Green
System is turned on
Blink
Off
Off
Blinking
Blinking
On
off
Blinking
On
off
Green
Off
Off
Green
Green
Green
off
Green
Green
off
On
Red
Off
On
Off
Off
Blue
Off
System is under S1 or S3 state
Power off
HDD not active
HDD active
LAN active
LAN linked
LAN not linked
LAN active
LAN linked
LAN not linked
Fan fail /Over temperature
/Over voltage
No failure
System identified
System not identified
Rear I/O
LAN1
LED
RJ-45
Linkage/
Activity(left)
RJ-45
Linkage/
Activity(Right)
State
Color
On
Green
Description
10Mb/100Mb/1000Mb linked
Blinking
Green
10Mb/100Mb/1000Mb activity
Off
Off
No LAN linked
On
Amber
1000Mb linked/activity
On
Green
100Mb linked/activity
Off
Off
10Mb mode or No LAN linked
NOTE: “Left” and “Right” are viewed from the rear panel.
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LAN2 (shared by BMC)
LED
State
On
RJ-45 Linkage/
Blinking
Activity(left)
Off
On
RJ-45 Linkage/
On
Activity(Right)
Off
Color
Green
Green
Off
Amber
Green
Off
Description
10Mb/100Mb/1000Mb linked
10Mb/100Mb/1000Mb activity
No LAN linked
1000Mb linked/activity
100Mb linked/activity
10Mb mode or No LAN linked
Color
Blue
Off
Description
System identified
System not identified
ID LED
LED
ID LED
State
On
Off
Note: Press ID button when the system is AC (Alternating Current) on, then ID
LED will show the system is identified with emitting blue light. Users from
remote site could also activate ID LED by input a few commands in IPMI,
detailed software support please visit http://www.tyan.com for lastest
AST2050 user guide.
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1.6.4
Motherboard (S7002) Layout
The diagram is representative of the latest board revision available at the time of
publishing. The board you receive may not look exactly like the above diagram.
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1.6.5
Jumpers & Connectors
Jumper/Connector
Function
J36/J37/J40/J41/J42/J47/J48/J49/J50/J56
Fan connector
J16
COM2 Header
J19/J20
Front USB Header
J25
Front Panel Audio
J35
Front Panel Header
J43
Clear CMOS
J44
PSMI Connector
J46
IPMB Pin Header
J45
SGPIO Header
J52
BMC RST Button
JP1
Clear CMOS
JP7
On Board SAS LSI1068E EN/DIS
JP8/JP9
COM2 Select
OPEN - Jumper OFF
Without jumper cover
CLOSED - Jumper ON
With jumper cover
Jumper Legend
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1.6.6
System Block Diagram
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1.6.7
Internal View
⑤
④
③
②
①
①
②
③
④
⑤
HDD Cage
M1232 HDD/FAN Board
System Fan Unit
Power Supply
M2083 - RS PCI-E Riser Card
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Chapter 2: Setting Up
2.0.1
Before you Begin
This chapter explains how to install the CPUs, CPU heatsinks,
memory modules, and hard drives. Instructions on inserting add on
cards are also given.
2.0.2
Work Area
Make sure you have a stable, clean working environment. Dust and
dirt can get into components and cause malfunctions. Use
containers to keep small components separated. Putting all small
components in separate containers prevents them from becoming
lost. Adequate lighting and proper tools can prevent you from
accidentally damaging the internal components.
2.0.3
Tools
The following procedures require only a few tools, including the
following:
z A cross head (Phillips) screwdriver
z A grounding strap or an anti-static pad
Most of the electrical and mechanical connections can be disconne-cted with your hands. It is recommended that you do not use pliers
to remove connectors as it may damage the soft metal or plastic
parts of the connectors.
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2.0.4
Precautions
Components and electronic circuit boards can be damaged by
discharges of static electricity. Working on a system that is connected
to a power supply can be extremely dangerous. Follow the guidelines
below to avoid damage to GT20-B7002 or injury to yourself.
z
Ground yourself properly before removing the top cover of the
system. Unplug the power from the power supply and then
touch a safely grounded object to release static charge (i.e.
power supply case). If available, wear a grounded wrist strap.
Alternatively, discharge any static electricity by touching the
bare metal chassis of the unit case, or the bare metal body of
any other grounded appliance.
z
Avoid touching motherboard components, IC chips, connectors,
memory modules, and leads.
z
The motherboard is pre-installed in the system. When
removing the motherboard, always place it on a grounded
anti-static surface until you are ready to reinstall it.
z
Hold electronic circuit boards by the edges only. Do not touch
the components on the board unless it is necessary to do so.
Do not flex or stress circuit boards.
z
Leave all components inside the static-proof packaging that
they ship with until they are ready for installation.
z
After replacing optional devices, make sure all screws, springs,
or other small parts are in place and are not left loose inside
the case. Metallic parts or metal flakes can cause electrical
shorts.
Note:
All connectors are keyed to only attach one way.
All use the correct screw size as indicated in the procedures.
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2.1
Installing Motherboard Components
This section describes how to install components on to the motherboa-rd, including CPUs, memory modules and add on cards.
2.1.1
Removing the Chassis Cover
Follow these instructions to remove GT20-B7002 chassis cover.
1.
Unscrew the rear top cover on the back side as shown in the
small diagram.
2.
Slide the rear top cover out.
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2.1.2
Installing the CPU and Heatsink
Follow the steps below on installing CPUs and CPU heatsinks.
1. Locate the
CPU socket.
2. Press the lever and
unlock the CPU socket.
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A
3. Lift the CPU
protection cap
up and lay the
CPU into the
socket(A),
ensuring pin1
is correctly
located(B);
B
4. Close the socket cover and press the CPU lever down to secure the
CPU;
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5. Place the heatsink on top of
the CPU and secure it with 8
screws.
Note:
The system supports two CPUs. For CPU sequence please
refer to Chapter 1.6.4.
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2.1.3
Installing the Memory
Follow these instructions to install the memory modules onto the
motherboard.
1. Locate the memory slots on the motherboard.
2.
Press the memory slot locking levers in the direction of the arrows
as shown in the following illustration.
3.
Align the memory module with the slot. When inserted properly,
the memory slot locking levers lock automatically onto the
indentations at the ends of the module.
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Note:
1). For the DIMM number please refer to the motherboard
placement in “2.3 - Board Parts, Jumpers and
Connectors” for memory installation.
2). Refer to the memory population option table for
recommended memory installation instruction.
Memory Population Option Table
To achieve the best performance, TYAN® strongly recommended memory
installation configuration as listed below:
1. Single CPU installed (CPU0 Only)
Quantity of memory
1
2
3
4
DIMM Slot
CPU0 DIMM
CHA1
CPU0 DIMM
CHA0
CPU0 DIMM
CHB0
CPU0 DIMM
CHC0
CPU1 DIMM
CHD1
CPU1 DIMM
CHD0
CPU1 DIMM
CHE0
CPU1 DIMM
CHF0
√
√
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√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
2. Single CPU installed (CPU1 Only)
Quantity of memory
1
2
3
4
DIMM Slot
CPU0 DIMM
CHA1
CPU0 DIMM
CHA0
CPU0 DIMM
CHB0
CPU0 DIMM
CHC0
CPU1 DIMM
CHD1
CPU1 DIMM
CHD0
CPU1 DIMM
CHE0
CPU1 DIMM
CHF0
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
3. Dual CPU installed (CPU0 & CPU1)
Quantity of
memory
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
√
√
DIMM Slot
CPU0 DIMM
CHA1
CPU0 DIMM
CHA0
CPU0 DIMM
CHB0
CPU0 DIMM
CHC0
CPU1 DIMM
CHD1
CPU1 DIMM
CHD0
CPU1 DIMM
CHE0
CPU1 DIMM
CHF0
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
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√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
√
Note:
1). “√”indicates a populated DIMM slot.
2). If installing only one processor, you can choose either CPU0
or CPU1.
3). For two slots per channel configuration, it requires populat-ion to start with the DIMM slots furthest away from the
processor.
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2.1.4
Installing Hard Drives
The GT20-B7002 supports four 3.5” hard drives. Follow these
instructions to install a hard drive.
1.
Press the locking lever latch and pull the locking lever open.
2.
Slide the HDD tray out.
3.
Remove the 6 screws and slide the dummy tray out.
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4.
Place a hard drive into the drive tray.
5.
Use 6 HDD screws to secure the HDD.
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6.
Reinsert the HDD tray into the chassis and press the locking lever
to secure the tray.
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2.2
Rack Mounting
After installing the necessary components, GT20-B7002 can be
mounted in a rack using the supplied rack mounting kit.
Rack mounting kit
Rail with Bracket x 2
Mounting Ears x 2
Screw Sack x 1
2.2.1
Installing the Server in a Rack
Follow these instructions to mount the GT20-B7002 into an industry
standard 19” rack.
Note:
Before mounting GT20-B7002 in a rack, be sure that all
internal components have been installed and the unit has
been fully tested. Maintenance can be performed on the unit
while in a rack but it is preferable to install the device in a
fully operational condition.
Screw Sack
Including
A: M 5 x 15---------- 4 pcs
B: M 5 x 8 -----------10 pcs
C: M 4 x 4 -----------18 pcs
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2.2.2
Installing the inner Rails to the Chassis
1.
Screw the mounting ear to each side of GT20-B7002 as shown
using 2 screws from the supplied screws kit.
2.
Draw out the inner rails from sliding rails and Install inner rails to
left and right sides of chassis using 2 M 4x4 screw for each side.
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2.2.3
1.
Installing the Outer Rails to the Rack
Measure the distance between inner side of the front and rear
mounting brackets in the rack.
2.
Locate the front and rear brackets.
3.
Reserve 4cm on the front bracket. Secure the front bracket to
outer rail with 2 M4 x 4 screws.
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4.
Reserve the distance same as in Step 3 on rear bracket, secure
the rear bracket to outer rail with 2 M 4 x 4 screws for each side.
5.
Secure the outer rail to the rack using 2 brackets and 4 M 5 x 8
screws for each side (A). Secure the mounting brackets from
inside, not outside, of the rack (B).
A
B
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Mounting Bracket
2.2.4
Rack mounting the Server
1. Draw out the middle rail to
the latch position.
2. Lift the chassis and then
insert the inner slide rails
into the middle rails.
3. Press the latch key (A) then push the whole chassis into the sever
rack (B).
(A)
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(B)
3.
Secure the mounting
ears of chassis to the
rack with 1 M 5 x 15
screw on each side.
Note:
To avoid injury, it is strongly recommended that two people
lift GT20-B7002 into the place while a third person screws it
to the rack.
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Chapter 3: Replacing Pre-Installed
Components
3.1
Introduction
This chapter explains how to replace the pre-installed components,
including the Motherboard, M1008 LED control board, M1232
HDD/Fan board, M2083-RS PCI-E Riser card, System fan, ODD
drive, Power supply unit etc.
3.2
Disassembly Flowchart
The following flowchart outlines the disassembly procedure.
Rear Components
Chassis rear cover
DIMMs
Power
M2083-RS PCI-E Riser card
CPU/Heatsink Assembly
PCI Card
Mainboard
Mainboard
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Front Components
Chassis rear cover
DVD ROM (Optional)
M1008
LED
Control Board
PCBs
FAN
M1232 HDD/Fan
Board
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3.3
Removing the Cover
Before replacing any parts you must remove the chassis cover.
Follow Chapter 2.1.1 to remove the cover of the GT20-B7002.
3.4
Replacing Motherboard Components
Follow these instructions to replace motherboard components,
including the motherboard.
3.4.1
Replacing Expansion Card
The GT20-B7002 has one preinstalled PCI-E×16 riser card,
Follow the instructions below to disassemble the M2083-RS PCI-E
riser card.
1. Locate the riser card on the motherboard, unscrew the bracket
from the slot.
2. Unscrew the bracket and pull it up from the slot in the direction as
the arrow shows.
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3. Unscrew the card from the bracket.
4. Install a new riser card onto the bracket following the above
procedures in reverse.
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3.4.2
Disconnecting All Motherboard Cables
Before replacing the motherboard or certain components, remove
cables connected to the motherboard. Follow these instructions to
remove all motherboard cables.
1.
Disconnect all the power cable.
2. Disconnect SATA cable, Fan cable, USB cable and front panel
cable.
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3.4.3
Removing the Motherboard
After removing all of the aforementioned cables, follow the
instructions below to remove the motherboard from the chassis.
1.
Remove the heatsinks and processors if installed.
2.
Remove the nine screws securing the motherboard to the
chassis.
3.
Carefully lift the motherboard from the chassis as the image
shows you.
Note:
Lift the front edge of the board to an angle of about 45 then
slides the whole board out.
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3.5
Replacing the LED Control Board
Follow these instructions to replace the M1008 LED control board.
1.
Remove the two screws securing the LED control board unit to
the chassis.
2.
Push the LED control board unit out and unplug the cables from
the connectors at the back of the unit.
3.
Remove three screws securing the LED control board to the
bracket.
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4. Lift the LED control board free from the chassis. After replacem-ent, insert the unit into the chassis following the above proced-ures in reverse.
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3.5.1
M1008 LED Control Board Features
J1
3.5.2
J3
M1008 LED Control Board Connector Pin Definition
J1: USB Header
Definition
VCC
USB1USB1+
GND
Key
Pin
1
3
5
7
9
Pin
2
4
6
8
10
Definition
VCC
USB2USB2+
GND
GND
Pin
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
Pin
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
24
Definition
J3: SSI
Definition
PW_LED+
KEY
PW_LEDHD/LAN3 LED+
HD/LAN3 LEDPWR_SW+
PWR_SWRESET+
RESETID_SW+
TEMP_SENSER
EXT_INT
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VCC
ID_LED+
ID_LEDSYS_FAULT1SYS_FAULT2LAN1_LED+
LAN1_LEDICH_SMBDAT
ICH_SMBCLK
INTRU#
LAN2_LED+
LAN2_LED-
3.6
Replacing the System Fan
Follow these instructions to replace the cooling fans in your
system.
1.
Locate the cooling fans in your system.
2.
Unplug the cables connected to the HDD/FAN board and lift the
fan unit up from the chassis.
3.
Install the new fan unit into the chassis after replace the broken
single fan following the steps below.
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A
B
C
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D
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3.7
Replacing the M1232 HDD/FAN Board
Step 1: Disconnect all cables connected to M1232 HDD/FAN Board.
PW cable:
FAN cable:
SATA cable and fan control cable:
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Step 2: Remove the three screws securing the bracket to the
chassis base.
Step 3: Lift the bracket up from the chassis.
Step 4: Unscrew M1232 board from the bracket.
Step 5:
Replace a new M1232 HDD/FAN Board and reinstall it into
the chassis following the above steps in reverse.
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3.7.1
M1232 HDD/FAN Board Features
Front View
J17: SATA Connector
J5
FAN7
PW2
PW1
FAN1
FAN2
FAN3
J40
FAN4
FAN5
J18
J16: SATA Connector
FAN6
J15
J39: Mini SAS Connector
J41
J7
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Rear View:
J10
LED1
LED2
J11
LED3
LED4
J13
LED5
LED6
J14
LED7
LED8
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3.7.2
M1232 HDD/FAN Board Connector Pin Definitions
PW1
Pin
Definition
1
+12V
2
GND
3
GND
4
+5V
PW2
Definition
GND
+12V
Pin
1
3
Pin
2
4
Definition
GND
+12V
Pin
1
3
5
7
9
Pin
2
4
6
8
10
Definition
GND
3.3V
NI
KEY
GND
Pin
1
3
5
7
9
Pin
2
4
6
8
10
Definition
SGPIO_0
SGPIO_1
SGPIO_2
SGPIO_3
HD_ERR_LED
J15 SGPIO JTAG
Definition
TCK
TDO
TMS
NI
TDI
J41 SGPIO for IOH
Definition
SM_CLK
SM_DATA
GND
KEY
NI
J5 Slim Hard Disk power
Pin
Definition
1
+12V
2
GND
3
GND
4
+5V
2
GND
3
GND
4
+5V
J18 Slim CDROM power
Pin
Definition
1
+12V
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J7 TACH_PWM
Definition
F1_TACH
F2_TACH
F3_TACH
F4_TACH
F5_TACH
GND
CPU_PWM2
F11_TACH
F12_TACH
NI
Pin
1
3
5
7
9
11
13
15
17
19
Pin
2
4
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
Definition
F6_TACH
F7_TACH
F8_TACH
F9_TACH
F10_TACH
KEY
CPU_PWM
F13_TACH
F14_TACH
CPU_PWM3
J40 PWM select for system FAN3
Pin
Definition
1
CPU_PWM
2
PWM_12(FAN3)
3
CPU_PWM2
Pin 1-2 chose by CPU_PWM (Default)
Pin 2-3 chose by CPU_PWM2
LED Definition:
LED
Color
State
Description
HDD fail LED
Amber
On
SATA/SAS HDD fail
Off
No failure found
(LED 2/4/6/8)
Power/Access
LED
(LED 1/3/5/7)
SATA/SAS HDD
On
HDD
Green
Blinking
ready
SATA/SAS HDD
access activity
Off
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Power disconnected
3.8
Replacing the Power Supply
1. Disconnect the power cables from the motherboard and the HDD/FAN board.
2. Remove the screws that secure the power supply to the chassis.
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3. Take out the power unit and install a new one follow the above steps in
reverse.
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Appendix I: BIOS Differences
The BIOS of B7002 is similar to S7002 while there are some differences in
menus. The following table displays those differences in details. For a
complete view of S7002 BIOS, please refer to the motherboard manual.
1. Hardware Health Configuration Sub- Menu
BIOS Setup Utility
Advanced
Hardware Health Configuration
Auto Fan Control
[Enable]
PWM Minimal Duty Cycle [30% Duty Cycle]
Hardware Health Event Monitoring
Sensor Data Register Monitoring
Chassis Sensor Configuration
Chassis Select
[Auto]
FAN power duty cycle is
auto dynamic programmed
in specified Temp range
Disabled: Fan Power On.
Enabled: Fan Power
Duty Cycle =50%(32°
C)-100%(0°C) see
max(CPUs,SIO)
temperature
← →
↑↓
+/Tab
F1
F10
ESC
Select Screen
Select Item
Change Option
Select Field
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
2. Chassis Sensor Configuration
BIOS Setup Utility
Advanced
Hardware Health Configuration
Auto Fan Control
[Enable]
PWM Minimal Duty Cycle [30% Duty Cycle]
Hardware Health Event Monitoring
Options
Manual
Sensor Data Register Monitoring
1x4 FAN
1X8 FAN
Chassis Sensor Configuration
GT20
Chassis Select
GT57 [Auto]
AUTO
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Select chassis type to
configure sensor event
default status.
Option [Manual] show
submenu to configure
each sensor event.
← →
↑↓
+/Tab
F1
F10
ESC
Select Screen
Select Item
Change Option
Select Field
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
3. System Fan Reading
BIOS Setup Utility
Advanced
01
02
05
06
0A
0B
0F
0D
0E
0C
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
CPU0 Below Tmax
CPU1 Below Tmax
System Ambient
DIMM0 Area (RT4)
CPU0 VCORE
CPU1 VCORE
5V
+12V
VBAT
3.3V
SYS.1(CPU0)
SYS.2(CPU1)
SYS.3(Front 2)
SYS.4(Rear 1)
SYS.5(Front 1)
SYS.6
SYS.7
o
: xx C
o
: xx C
o
: xx C
o
: xx C
: x.xxx V
: x.xxx V
: x.xxx V
: x.xxx V
: x.xxx V
: x.xxx V
: xxxx RPM
: xxxx RPM
: xxxx RPM
: xxxx RPM
: xxxx RPM
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
OK
Alert
OK
Alert
OK
N/A
N/A
SDR Monitoring Next
Page
Press Enter key to display
remain sensor
ESC key to return this
page.
← → Select Screen
↑↓ Select Item
+/Change Option
Tab
Select Field
F1
General Help
F10
Save and Exit
ESC Exit
Note:
Please be noticed that the BIOS menu are continually
changing due to BIOS updating. The BIOS menu provided
are the most updated when this manual is written. Please
visit TYAN®’s website at http://www.TYAN.com for the
information of the latest BIOS edition.
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Appendix II: Replacing Slim DVD-ROM
(Optional)
GT20-B7002 provides you with an optional slim DVD ROM. Follow
these instructions to install the DVD-ROM.
1.
Remove the DVD cover from the chassis front panel.
2.
Connect the power and SATA cable of the DVD ROM.
3.
Push the DVD through the front of the GT20-B7002.
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4.
Connect the power cable and DVD SATA cable to the HDD
board and mother board.
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Appendix III: Cable Connection Tables
FAN Cable
System Fan to M1232
System Fan
Connect to
M1232
Fan1
→
→
→
→
→
Fan1
Fan2
Fan3
Fan4
Fan5
Fan2
Fan3
Fan4
Fan5
M1232 HDD/FAN Board to S7002 Motherboard
M1232
Connect to
Mini-SAS Cable
J39
Fan Control Cable
J7
→
→
S7002 Motherboard
SATA0~3
J43
M1008 LED Control Board to S7002 Motherboard
M1008
Connect to
S7002 Motherboard
Control Cable
J3
J35
USB Cable
J1
→
→
J19
Power Supply Cables
PSU to S7002
PSU
Connect to
S7002 Motherboard
2X12 PWR
→
→
→
PW3
P2
P7
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PW1
PW2
PSU to M1232
PSU
Connect to
M1232
P3
→
PW2
P4
→
PW1
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Appendix IV: FRU Parts Table
GT20-B7002
FRU Parts
Item
Model Number
Part Number
Picture
Motherboard
S7002GP2NRLE
/
1
TYANS7002GP2NR-LE
Motherboard
Chassis Unit
CCHA-0350
432782800001
1
Chassis Unit;GT20 B7002
Chassis Top Cover
CCCV-0140
340772300001
1
GT20 Top Cover
IO Shielding
CIOS-0090
340782800001
1
IO Shielding for S7002
Chassis Front Bezel
CFBZ-0070
541273910008
1
Front Bezel for GT20 Series 1U
Chassis
HDD Tray
CHDT-0051
340746300001
4
3.5" HDD Tray
Power Supply
CPSU-0281
471015200218
1
400W single Power Supply
FAN
CFAN-0241
336252012294
5
14700RPM,40*40*28MM,4PIN
Heatsink & Cooler
CHSK-0370
343782700001
1
Passive Heatsink
Peripheral Drives &
Parts
CDVD-0060
523410299033
1
Slim DVD Driver, SATA
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Quantity
Description
Item
PCBA
Model Number
Part Number
Picture
Quantity
Description
M1232
/
1
FAN/HDD adapter board
M1008
/
1
Front Control Board
M2083-RS
/
1
PCI-E X16 1U Riser Card
CRAL-0032
340738500004
1
Slide Rail Kit
CEAR-0050
340740900010
1
Mounting Ear Kit
CCBL-072N
422782800001
1
FP Control Cable,600mm
CCBL-035B
422769000002
1
USB Cable,500mm
CCBL-039I
422782800002
1
Fan Control Cable,200mm
CCBL-067N
422782800004
1
Mini SAS Cable,300mm
CCBL-0326
422764400004
1
SATA Cable,250mm
CCBL-0422
422772300003
1
Slim ODD SATA Cable,110mm
CCBL-0310
332810000280
1
A/C Power Cord, L=1830mm,US
type
CCBL-0300
332810000281
1
A/C Power Cord, L=1830mm,EU
type
Rack Mounting Parts
Cable Set
Note:
The table is subject to change without notice. Please visit
our Web site at http://www.tyan.com for latest update.
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Appendix V: Technical Support
If a problem arises with your system, you should first turn to your dealer for direct
support. Your system has most likely been configured or designed by them and
they should have the best idea of what hardware and software your system
contains. Hence, they should be of the most assistance for you. Furthermore, if
you purchased your system from a dealer near you, take the system to them
directly to have it serviced instead of attempting to do so yourself (which can
have expensive consequence).
®
If these options are not available for you then Mitac Computer Corporation can
®
Besides designing innovative and quality products for over a decade, TYAN
®
has continuously offered customers service beyond their expectations. TYAN ’s
website (http://www.tyan.com) provides easy-to-access resources such as
in-depth Linux Online Support sections with downloadable Linux drivers and
comprehensive compatibility reports for chassis, memory and much more. With
all these convenient resources just a few keystrokes away, users can easily find
their latest software and operating system components to keep their systems
®
running as powerful and productive as possible. TYAN also ranks high for its
commitment to fast and friendly customer support through email. By offering
®
plenty of options for users, TYAN serves multiple market segments with the
industry’s most competitive services to support them.
®
"TYAN 's tech support is some of the most impressive we've seen, with great
response time and exceptional organization in general.” — Anandtech.com
Please feel free to contact us directly for this service at tech-support@tyan.com
Help Resources:
1. See the beep codes section of this manual.
®
2. See the TYAN website for FAQ’s, bulletins, driver updates, and other inform-ation: http://www.tyan.com
®
3. Contact your dealer for help before calling TYAN .
®
4. Check the TYAN user group: alt.comp.periphs.mainboard.TYAN
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Returning Merchandise for Service
During the warranty period, contact your distributor or system vendor FIRST for
any product problems. This warranty only covers normal customer use and does
not cover damages incurred during shipping or failure due to the alteration,
misuse, abuse, or improper maintenance of products.
Note:
A receipt or copy of your invoice marked with the date of
purchase is required before any warranty service can be
rendered. You may obtain service by calling the manufa-cturer for a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) nu-mber. The RMA number should be prominently displayed
on the outside of the shipping carton and the package
should be mailed prepaid.
®
TYAN will pay to have the board shipped back to you.
®
TYAN GT20-B7002 User’s Manual V1.10
Document No.:
D1999-110
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