Intel® Server System P4000IP and Intel® Workstation System

General Installation Process
The installation instructions in this section are for general components of Intel® Server System P4000IP and Intel®
Workstation System P4000CR family, but the illustrations are based on the Intel® Server System P4216IP4LHJC.
1
Minimum Hardware Requirements
To avoid integration difficulties and possible damage to your system,
make sure you have components from each category below.
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2
Observe normal ESD (Electrostatic Discharge) procedures.
Processor
Heat Sink
Memory
Hard Disk Drives
Power
Air Duct
Place your Intel® Server System on a flat anti-static
surface to perform the following integration procedures.
Observe ESD procedures before reaching inside to make
server board connections or install components.
3
Remove the Side Cover
A
Remove the screws.
B
Slide the side cover
back and lift the cover
outward to remove it.
A
Note:
A non-skid surface or a
stop behind the chassis
may be needed to prevent
the chassis from sliding on
your work surface.
4
Preparing the System
A
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Remove the Air Duct
Remove the air duct.
B
A
A
Install the Processor(s)
A. Open the Socket Lever
B. Open the Load Plate
A
Push down the lever handle on the open 1st side and away
from the socket to release it.
B
Repeat the steps to release the lever on the other side.
Press the locking lever slightly to raise the load plate .
B
Open the load plate all the way.
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NOTE: Release the
levers in the order
as shown.
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Install the Processor(s) ... continued
CAUTION: When unpacking a
processor, hold by the edges only to
avoid touching the gold contact pins.
C. Install the Processor
A
CAUTION: The underside of the processor has
components that may damage the socket pins
if installed improperly.
Components
Processor must align correctly with the socket opening before installation.
DO NOT DROP processor into socket!
A
B
Take the processor out of the box and remove the protective shipping cover.
C
Note location of gold key at corner of processor.
Save the
protective
cover.
Orient the processor with the socket so that the processor cutouts match the four orientation
posts on the socket.
B
C
Install the Processor(s) ... continued
D. Remove the Cover
Press the cover to
remove it.
E. Close the Load Plate
Carefully lower the load plate over
the processor.
F. Latch the Locking Lever
A Push down on the locking lever on the close 1st side.
B Slide the tip of the lever under the notch in the load plate.
Make sure
the load plate tab engages under the socket lever when fully closed.
C
Repeat the steps to latch the locking lever on the other side.
A
Save the
protective
cover.
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NOTE: Latch
the levers in the
order as shown.
Install Heat Sink(s)
A
B
C
CAUTION:
Do not
over-tighten
fasteners.
Get heat sink from the shipping position.
Remove the protective film on the TIM if present.
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Align heat sink fins to the front and back of the chassis for correct airflow.
Airflow goes from front-to-back of chassis.
The heat sink has four captive fasteners and should be tightened using the following procedure:
D
D E
Using a #2 Phillips* screwdriver, finger-tighten each fastener diagonally,
according to the numbers shown.
Securely re-tighten each fastener again in the same order as performed in Step D.
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CAUTION: The heat sink has thermal interface
material (TIM) on the underside of it. Use caution so
that you do not damage the thermal interface material.
Use gloves to avoid sharp edges.
Fan Kit
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for W2600CR)
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Install DIMM Memory Modules
DDR3 DIMM Memory Identification:
CAUTION: Observe normal ESD (ElectroStatic Discharge) procedures
to avoid possible damage to system components.
This server board supports up to 16 DDR3 800/1066/1333/1600 ECC
UDIMM/RDIMM/LRDIMM.
DIMM E1 E2 F1 F2
DIMM
notch and
socket
bump must
align as
shown.
DIMM C1 C2 D1 D2
DIMM H2 H1 G2 G1
DIMM B2 B1 A2 A1
Memory Type: Minimum of one 1 GB, DDR3 800/1066/1333/1600 MHz ECC UDIMM/RDIMM/LRDIMM.
DDR3
Other
Memory
Memory sizing and configuration is supported only for qualified DIMMs approved by Intel. For a list of
supported memory, see the tested memory list at
http://serverconfigurator.intel.com/default.aspx
Install DIMM Memory Modules ... Continued
To Install DIMMs:
CAUTION: Avoid touching contacts
A Open both DIMM socket levers.
when handling or installing DIMMs.
B Note location of alignment notch.
C Insert DIMM making sure the connector edge of the DIMM aligns correctly with the slot.
D Push down firmly on the DIMM until it snaps into place and both levers close.
E IMPORTANT! Visually check that each latch is fully closed and correctly engaged with each DIMM edge slot.
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C
E
D
B
A
Install Tool-less CD-ROM or DVD-ROM Drive
Finger Holes
B
D
A
A
Press the release latch and use
the finger holes to Pull out the
EMI shield.
B
Get the slides from the
chassis side.
C
Attach slides to the DVD or CD-ROM drive
by pressing the slides firmly into the side
dimples on the DVD or CD-ROM drive.
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C
D
Insert the drive/slide assembly
into the device bay until the
slides lock into place.
General Installation Process
8
Install Hard Drive
2.5" Hot-Swap Hard Drive Carrier (For system with 2.5" hot-swap hard drive bay only)
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5"
2.
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E
C
B
H
A
A
Open the Hot-swap door and
remove the drive carrier by
pressing the green button and
opening the lever.
B
Slide the carrier out.
C
Remove the four screws securing the
plastic retention device to the 2.5"
HDD carrier.
D
Disengage the plastic retention device
from the HDD carrier slides by
pulling the slides.
E
F
Install the hard disk drive using the
four screws as shown. Make sure the
connector end of the drive matches
the backplane connector.
CAUTION: If you don’t install all
drives, empty drive bays must
be occupied by carriers with
plastic drive blank provided to maintain
proper system cooling.
Remove the plastic retention device
from the 2.5" HDD carrier.
G
G
With the lever open, insert the
hard disk drive assembly into the
cage opening and push until the
locking lever engaged.
H
Push in the lever to lock it into
place, then close the door.
Install Hard Drive ... Continued
3.5" Hot-Swap Hard Drive Carrier (For system with 3.5" hot-swap hard drive bay only)
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A
B
Open the Hot-swap door and
remove the drive carrier by
pressing the green button and
opening the lever.
Slide the carrier out.
C
Remove the four screws securing the
HDD interface bracket and remove the
HDD interface bracket.
CAUTION: If you don’t install all
drives, empty drive bays must
be occupied by carriers with
plastic drive blank provided to maintain
proper system cooling.
10
F
Install the hard disk drive using the
same four screws as shown. Make
sure the connector end of the drive
matches the backplane connector.
E
E
With the lever open, insert the
hard disk drive assembly into the
cage opening and push until the
locking lever engaged.
F
Push in the lever to lock it into
place, then close the door.
General Installation Process
9
Install PCI Card Assembly
A
Remove the PCI slot shield by pushing the
shield out from inside the chassis.
B
Install the optional PCI-e card fixture
with screws. The card fixture helps
to hold heavy PCI-e cards
(that is GPGPU card).
The card fixture is
ordered seperately.
C
Rotate the
PCI retainer
all the way
to open.
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A
Install PCI Card Assembly ... Continued
D
E
From inside of
chassis, press open
the back panel PCI
add-in board
retention device.
D
While holding the PCI
add-in board by its
top edge or upper
corners, firmly press
the add-in board into
the expansion slot.
Serve
Boardr
E
Serve
Boardr
Install PCI Card Assembly ... Continued
F
G
Close the PCI add-in board retention device.
Serve
Boardr
Rotate the PCI card
retainer until the
PCI card retainer is
secured by the
chassis.
Make sure the PCI
card is secured into
the slot under the
PCI Card Retainer.
Serve
Boardr
G
F
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General Installation Process
10 Install Intel® Remote Management Module 4 NIC (optional)
Server
Board
Top
D
View
Serve
Boardr
Chassis
Back
Opening
C
E
RMM
NIC C4
onnec
B
Filler
tor
A
A
Attach the metal fastening bracket to Intel Dedicated Server
Management NIC module and secure the bracket with two screws.
C
B
Remove the alternate RMM4 knock out by pressing the knock out
from inside the chassis.
D
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CAUTION: Carefully remove the knock out with
screwdriver, directly removing it with finger has
potential risk.
11 Install RMM4 EMI Cover
E
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Connect the cable to the cable connector on the Intel Dedicated Server
Management NIC module.
Mount the NIC module to the rear panel of the chassis and secure the
bracket with two screws.
Connect the cable to the RMM4 NIC connector to the RMM4 NIC connector
on your server board.
CAUTION: Care should be used when attaching or removing this cable.
Mishandling the cable could cause damage.
12 Install Alternate Serial Port (optional)
(optional)
A
Install the RMM4 EMI cover with thumb screws.
Chassis
Back
Opening
A
B
Serve
Boardr
Filler
C
Seria
Conn l B
ector
D
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Serve
Board
A
Remove the alternate serial port knockout by pressing the
knockout from inside the chassis.
CAUTION: Carefully remove the knock out with screwdriver,
directly removing it with finger has potential risk.
B
C
D
A
Mount the serial port on the rear panel of the chassis.
Secure the port with two screws.
Connect the cable to the Serial B Connector on your server board.
CAUTION: Care should be used when attaching or removing
this cable. Mishandling the cable could cause damage.
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13 Install Intel® RAID Smart Battery (optional)
A
Align the tabs on the plastic battery holder
with the mounting holes in the chassis and
slide the plastic battery holder toward the
front of the chassis until the tabs engage with
the mounting holes.
A
14 Install Second Power Supply Module (optional)
Note: Applies only to the chassis with hot-swap power supply configuration.
Latch
Finger
Hole
A
A
Use the 'finger hole' to remove the
filler panel.
B
B
15 Rack Mount Configuration
(optional)
Handle
Insert the power supply module into the power
supply cage and push all the way until it clicks
into place.
To remove a power supply module, push the
green latch in the direction shown while pulling
out of the system by the handle.
16 Install Feet (pedestal only)
Note: This step applies to your chassis if configured as a pedestal system. If
you plan to configure your chassis as a rack-mount system, disregard this step.
A
B
• If you intend to configure your server as a pedestal
system, disregard this step.
Insert rubber foot into chassis hole.
Secure foot by inserting pin through the rubber foot.
Note: Repeat
above steps until
all four feet are
installed.
• If you intend to configure your server as a rack mount
system, go to the instructions that came with your Rack
Mount Kit to complete your server assembly.
B
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17 Install Air Duct
Install Side Cover
Note: Please order the air duct that is compatible with your server
board and chassis.
A
Align the air duct and chassis rail.
B
Install the air duct. Ensure that alignment holes and tabs
match up.
A
B
Slide the chassis cover on the chassis.
Secure the chassis cover with the screws .
CAUTION: This chassis must be operated with the
SIDE COVERS installed to ensure proper cooling.
Air Duct
alignment tabs
A
B
B
Chassis
alignment holes
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A
B
19 Finishing Up
20 Install Software
• BIOS, Drivers, and Operating System Install
®
2. Connect the AC
power cable last.
AC
Power
A. Confirm BIOS Version: Look on the Server/System
Management screen in the BIOS Setup Utility to determine the
installed BIOS version. Compare this to the versions at:
http://www.intel.com/support
If new versions are available, update the BIOS on your server.
See the User Guide on the Intel® Server Deployment and
Management DVD for update instructions.
I/O Connections
1. See your Intel Server
Board Quick Start
User's Guide to connect
your keyboard, mouse,
video, and other I/O cables.
B. Configure your RAID Controller: Use the instructions
provided with the RAID controller.
C. Install your Operating System: Use the instructions
provided with the RAID controller and with the operating system.
CAUTION:
power supply
requires a
16-gauge
power cord.
D. Install Operating System Drivers: With the operating
system running, insert the Intel® Server Deployment and Management
DVD. If using a Microsoft* Windows* operating system, the
Express Installer will autorun and allow you to select the
appropriate drivers to install. On other operating systems, browse
the DVD folders to locate and install the driver files.
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Reference
HDD Cage Cable Connection
Note: Refer to the documentation that came with your server board and/or RAID controller card for instructions on connecting backplane cables to your server board or
RAID controller card.
8 x 2.5" HDD Cage
16 x 2.5" HDD Cage
D
C
C
A
B
A
B
C
D
B
A
B
C
A
B
C
D
Connect the I2C cable to I2C_IN connector on bottom 8x2.5" backplane.
Connect Mini SAS data cables.
Connect power cables* (1 x 4 to 2 x 2 Power adapter cable is needed).
Connect the I2C cable to I2C_IN connector on bottom 8x2.5" backplane.
Connect Mini SAS data cables.
Connect power cables* (1 x 4 to 2 x 2 Power adapter cable is needed).
Connect I2C_OUT connector on bottom 8x2.5" backplane to I2C_IN connector
on top 8x2.5" backplane for backplane cascade.
8 x 3.5" HDD Cage
24 x 2.5" HDD Cage
C
A
D
B
C
B
D
C
D
B
A
Connect the I2C cable to I2C_IN connector
on bottom 8x2.5" backplane.
Connect Mini SAS data cables.
Connect power cables* (1 x 4 to 2 x 2
Power adapter cable is needed).
Connect I2C_OUT connector on bottom
8x2.5" backplane to I2C_IN connector
on top 8x2.5" backplane for backplane
cascade.
B
C
C
D
C
A
B
B
D
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A
Connect the I2C cable to I2C_IN
connector on bottom 8x2.5"
backplane.
Connect Mini SAS data cables.
Connect the two power cables.
Reference
Front Panel Controls and Indicators
I
A
B
A Reservation(Optional VGA/Serial Port)
B USB Connectors
C ID Button with ID LED Integrated
C
D E F G H
D NMI Button
E NIC LED
F System Reset Button
G System Status LED
H System Power Button with Power LED
I HDD Activity LED
Cable Routing Diagram
Figure 1
Power Supply
A
B
Figure 2
Power Supply
A
D
Main Power CPU1
PMBus
CPU2
A
C
B
FAN_1
FAN_2
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USB
K
F
Front
Panel
HSBP_I2C
G
Description
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
FAN_1
FAN_2
FAN_3
FAN_4
FAN_5
O
Server Board
H
SAS/SATA
SAS/SATA
ODD
D
C
Main Power CPU1
PMBus
H
CPU2
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Server Board
A
SAS/SATA
SAS/SATA
ODD
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USB
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Front
Panel
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Description
CPU1/CPU2 Power Cable
Server Board Main Power Cable
Fixed HDD Power Cable
ODD Power Cable
Front Panel Cable, USB Cable
ODD Data Cable (Connect To White SATA 6G Connectors On Server Board)
Fixed HDD Data Cable
System FAN 1
System FAN 2
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
RED indicates power cable routing
K.
L.
M.
N.
O.
BLUE indicates data cable routing
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CPU1/CPU2 Power Cable
Server Board Main Power Cable
Backplane Power Cable
ODD Power Cable
Front Panel Cable, USB Cable
ODD Data Cable (Connect To White SATA 6G Connectors On Server Board)
MiniSAS (with SGPIO) Cable
PMBus Cable
HSBP_I2C Cable (From Server Board To First Backplane)
HSBP_I2C Cable (From First Backplane To Second Backplane when Second
Backplane Available)
System FAN 1
System FAN 2
System FAN 3
System FAN 4
System FAN 5
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