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FT48T-B7105

Service Engineer’s Manual

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PREFACE

Copyright

This publication, including all photographs, illustrations, and software, is protected under international copyright laws, with all rights reserved.

Neither this manual, nor any material contained herein, may be reproduced without written consent of manufacturer.

Copyright 2018 MITAC COMPUTING TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION. All rights reserved.

TYAN

®

is a registered trademark of MITAC COMPUTING

TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION.

Version 1.0

Disclaimer

Information contained in this document is furnished by MITAC COMPUTING

TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION and has been reviewed for accuracy and reliability prior to printing. MITAC assumes no liability whatsoever, and disclaims any express or implied warranty, relating to sale and/or use of TYAN

® products including liability or warranties relating to fitness for a particular purpose or merchantability. MITAC retains the right to make changes to produce descriptions and/or specifications at any time, without notice. In no event will MITAC 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.

Trademark Recognition

All registered and unregistered trademarks and company names contained in this manual are property of their respective owners including, but not limited to the following.

TYAN

®

is a trademark of MITAC COMPUTING TECHNOLOGY

CORPORATION.

Intel

®

is a trademark of Intel

®

Corporation.

AMI

®

, AMIBIOS

® and combinations thereof are trademarks of AMI

Technologies.

Microsoft

®

IBM

®

, PC

®

, Windows

®

, AT

®

are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.

and PS/2

®

are trademarks of IBM Corporation.

Winbond

®

is a trademark of Winbond Electronics Corporation.

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FCC Declaration

Notice for the USA

Compliance Information Statement ( Supplier's Declaration of Conformity, SDoC )

FCC Part 15: This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.

This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following conditions:

‧ This device may not cause harmful interference.

‧ This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.

Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.

Notice for Canada

This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numérique de la Classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.

Notice for Europe (CE Mark)

This product is in conformity with the Council Directive 2014/30/EU and 2014/35/EU.

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Warning

This equipment is compliant with Class A of CISPR 32. In a residential environment this equipment may cause radio interference.

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 regulations.

VCCI-A

この装置は、クラスA情報技術装置です。この装置を家庭環境で使用すると電波妨

害を引き起こすことがあります。この場合には使用者が適切な対策を講ずるよう要

求されることがあります。 VCCI-A

Safety: IEC/EN 60950-1

This equipment is compliant with CB/LVD of Safety: IEC/EN 60950-1.

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About this Manual

This manual is intended for trained service technician/personnel with hardware knowledge of computers. Front bezel key should be controlled by trained service technician/personnel. Components inside the compartments should be serviced only by a trained service technician/personnel. This manual is aimed to provide you with instructions on installing your TYAN FT48T-B7105.

How this guide is organized

This guide contains the following parts:

Chapter 1: Overview

This chapter provides an introduction to the TYAN FT48T-B7105 barebones and standard parts list, describes the external components, gives an overview of the product from different angles.

Chapter 2: Setting Up

This chapter covers procedures on installing the processors, memory modules, hard drivers and other optional parts.

Chapter 3: Replacing the Pre-installed Components

This chapter covers the removal and replacement procedures for pre-installed components.

Appendix:

This chapter provides the cable connection table, the FRU parts list for reference of system setup, and technical support in case a problem arises with your system.

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Safety and Compliance Information

Before installing and using TYAN FT48T-B7105, 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 purpose of this pin. If your 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 voltage components and result in shock and damage to the components.

· When replacing parts, ensure that you use parts specified by the

manufacturer.

· 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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Safety Information

Retain and follow all product safety and operating instructions provided with your equipment. In the event of a conflict between the instructions in this guide and the instructions in equipment documentation, follow the guidelines in the equipment documentation.

Observe all warnings on the product and in the operating instructions. To reduce the risk of bodily injury, electric shock, fire and damage to the equipment, observe all precautions included in this guide.

You must become familiar with the safety information in this guide before you install, operate, or service TYAN products.

Symbols on Equipment

Caution . This symbol indicates a potential hazard.

The potential for injury exists if cautions are not observed. Consult equipment documentation for specific details.

Caution.

Slide-mounted equipment is not to be used as a shelf or a work space.

Warning.

This symbol indicates the presence of hazardous energy circuits or electric shock hazards. Refer all servicing to qualified personnel.

Warning

. This symbol indicates the presence of a hot surface or hot component. If this surface is contacted, the potential for injury exists.

To reduce risk of injury from a hot component, allow the surface to cool before touching.

General Precautions

· Follow all caution and warning instructions marked on the equipment and explained in the accompanying equipment documentation.

Machine Room Environment

· Make sure that the area in which you install the system is properly ventilated and climate-controlled.

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· Ensure that the voltage and frequency of your power source match the voltage and frequency inscribed on the electrical rating label of the equipment.

· Do not install the system in or near a plenum, air duct, radiator, or heat register.

· Never use the product in a wet location.

Equipment Chassis

· Do not block or cover the openings to the system.

· Never push objects of any kind through openings in the equipment.

Dangerous voltages might be present.

· Conductive foreign objects can produce a short circuit and cause fire, electric shock, or damage to your equipment.

· Lift equipment using both hands and with your knees bent.

Equipment Racks

To avoid injury or damage to the equipment:

· Observe local occupational health and safety requirements and guidelines for manual materials handling.

· Do not attempt to move a rack by yourself; a minimum of two people are needed to move a rack.

· Do not attempt to move a fully loaded rack. Remove equipment from the rack before moving it.

· Do not attempt to move a rack on an incline that is greater than 10 degrees from the horizontal.

· Make sure the rack is properly secured to the floor or ceiling.

· Make sure the stabilizing feet are attached to the rack if it is a single-rack installation.

· Make sure racks are coupled together if it is a multiple-rack installation.

· Make sure the rack is level and stable before installing an appliance in the rack.

· Make sure the leveling jacks are extended to the floor.

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· Make sure the full weight of the rack rests on the leveling jacks.

· Always load the rack from the bottom up. Load the heaviest component in the rack first. rack.

· Make sure only one component is extended at a time. A rack might become unstable if more than one component is extended.

To avoid damage to the equipment:

· The rack width and depth must allow for proper serviceability and cable management.

· Ensure that there is adequate airflow in the rack. Improper installation or restricted airflow can damage the equipment.

· The rack cannot have solid or restricted airflow doors. You must use a mesh door on the front and back of the rack or remove the doors to ensure adequate air flow to the system.

· If you install the Model in a rack, do not place equipment on top of the unit.

It will cause restricted airflow and might cause damage to the equipment.

· Make sure the product is properly matted with the rails. Products that are improperly matted with the rails might be unstable.

· Verify that the AC power supply branch circuit that provides power to the rack is not overloaded. This will reduce the risk of personal injury, fire, or damage to the equipment. The total rack load should not exceed 80 percent of the branch circuit rating. Consult the electrical authority having jurisdiction over your facility wiring and installation requirements.

Equipment Power Cords

· Use only the power cords and power supply units provided with your system. The system might have one or more power cords.

· Plug the power cord into a grounded (earthed) electrical outlet that is easily accessible at all times.

· In all European electrical environments, you must ground the Green/Yellow tab on the power cord. If you do not ground the Green/Yellow tab, it can cause an electrical shock due to high leakage currents.

· Do not place objects on AC power cords or cables. Arrange them so that no

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one might accidentally step on or trip over them.

· Do not pull on a cord or cable. When unplugging from the electrical outlet, grasp the cord by the plug.

· To reduce the risk of electrical shock, disconnect all power cords before servicing the appliance.

Equipment Batteries

· The system battery contains lithium manganese dioxide. If the battery pack is not handled properly, there is risk of fire and burns.

· Do not disassemble, crush, puncture, short external contacts, or dispose of the battery in fire or water.

· Do not expose the battery to temperatures higher than 60°C (140°F).

· The system battery is not replaceable. If the battery is replaced by an incorrect type, there is danger of explosion. Replace the battery only with a spare designated for your product.

· Do not attempt to recharge the battery.

· Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions of the manufacturer.

Do not dispose of batteries with the general household waste. To forward them to recycling or proper disposal, use the public collection system or return them to TYAN, your authorized TYAN partner, or their agents.

Equipment Modifications

· Do not make mechanical modifications to the system. TYAN is not responsible for the regulatory compliance of TYAN equipment that has been modified.

Equipment Repairs and Servicing

· The installation of internal options and routine maintenance and service of this product should be performed by individuals who are knowledgeable about the procedures, precautions, and hazards associated with equipment containing hazardous energy levels.

· Retain all screws or other fasteners when removing access cover(s). Upon completion of accessing inside the product, refasten access cover with original screws or fasteners.

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· Do not exceed the level of repair specified in the procedures in the product documentation. Improper repairs can create a safety hazard.

· Allow the product to cool before removing covers and touching internal components.

· Remove all watches, rings, or loose jewelry when working before removing covers and touching internal components.

· Do not use conductive tools that could bridge live parts.

· Use gloves when you remove or replace system components; they can become hot to the touch.

· If the product sustains damage requiring service, disconnect the product from the AC electrical outlet and refer servicing to an authorized service provider. Examples of damage requiring service include:

– The power cord, extension cord, or plug has been damaged.

– Liquid has been spilled on the product or an object has fallen into the product.

– The product has been exposed to rain or water.

– The product has been dropped or damaged.

– The product does not operate normally when you follow the operating instructions.

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Overview....................................................................... 15  

1.1 About the TYAN FT48T-B7105 .............................................. 15  

1.2 Product Models ....................................................................... 16  

1.4 Standard Parts List ................................................................. 25  

 

1.4.1 Box Contents ................................................................... 25  

1.5 About the Product ................................................................... 26  

1.5.1 System Front View .......................................................... 26  

1.5.2 System Rear View ........................................................... 29  

1.5.3 System Top View ............................................................. 32  

Chapter 2: Setting Up ..................................................................... 35  

2.0.1 Before you Begin ............................................................. 35  

2.0.2 Work Area ........................................................................ 35  

2.0.3 Tools ................................................................................ 35  

2.0.4 Precautions ...................................................................... 36  

2.1 Installing Motherboard Components ...................................... 37  

2.1.1 Removing the Chassis Cover .......................................... 37  

2.1.2 Opening the Chassis Front Bezel .................................... 39  

2.1.3 Installing the CPU and Heatsink ...................................... 40  

2.1.4 Installing the Expansion Cards ........................................ 43  

2.1.5 Installing the Memory ...................................................... 46  

2.1.6 Installing Hard Drives ...................................................... 49  

2.1.7 Installing the DVD-ROM .................................................. 51  

2.2 Installing Foot Stands ............................................................. 54  

2.3 Rack Mounting ........................................................................ 56  

2.3.1 Installing the FT48T-B7105 in a Rack ............................. 56  

Chapter 3: Replacing Pre-Installed Components ........................ 61  

3.0.1 Introduction ...................................................................... 61  

3.1 Removing the Cover ............................................................... 62  

 

3.2 Replacing the System Fan ..................................................... 62  

3.3 Replacing the Fan Board ........................................................ 63  

3.3.2 Pin Definitions .................................................................. 66  

 

3.4 Replacing the HDD Backplane Board .................................... 67  

3.4.1 HDD BP Board Features ................................................. 68  

3.4.2 Connector Pin Definitions ................................................ 69  

3.5 Replacing the Front Panel Board ........................................... 70  

3.5.1 Front Panel Board Features ............................................ 72  

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3.5.2 Pin Definitions .................................................................. 73  

3.6 Replacing the Power Supply .................................................. 74  

3.7.1 Power Distribution Board Features ................................. 76  

 

3.8 Removing the Motherboard .................................................... 77  

Appendix I: How to recover UEFI BIOS ........................................ 79  

Appendix II: How to install Power Wire Clip ................................ 81  

Appendix III: Cable Connection Tables ........................................ 83  

Appendix IV: Fan and Temp Sensors ........................................... 85  

Appendix V: FRU Parts Table ........................................................ 89  

Appendix VI: Technical Support ................................................... 91  

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Chapter 1: Overview

1.1 About the TYAN FT48T-B7105

Congratulations on your purchase of the TYAN

®

FT48T-B7105, a highly optimized

Workstation barebone system. The FT48T-B7105 is designed to support dual Intel

®

Xeon Scalable Processors and up to 384GB RDIMM / 768GB LRDIMM / 1536GB

RDIMM 3DS/LRDIMM 3DS DDR4 memory, providing a rich feature set and incredible performance. Leveraging advanced technology from Intel

®

, the

FT48T-B7105 Workstation system is capable of offering scalable 32 and 64-bit computing, high bandwidth memory design, and lightning-fast PCI-E bus implementation. The FT48T-B7105 not only empowers your company in nowadays

IT demand but also offers a smooth path for future application usage.

TYAN

®

also offers the FT48T-B7105 in a version that can support up to four

3.5”/2.5” hot-swap SSD/HDD. The FT48T-B7105 uses TYAN’s latest chassis featuring a robust structure and a solid mechanical enclosure. All of this provides

FT48T-B7105 the power and flexibility to meet the needs of nowadays server application.

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1.2 Product Models

The system board within the Tyan Barebone is defined by the following models:





B7105F48TV4HR-2T-N

: Intel-based platform



B7105F48TV4HR-2T-G

: Intel-based platform 

SKU Differences

Model Name

SKU Name

FT48T-B7105

B7105F48TV4HR-2T-N B7105F48TV4HR-2T-G

PCIe Air duct

CPU Air duct

Thermal solution on GPU

Yes

Yes

Passive or Active

No

Yes

Active

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1.3 Features

TYAN FT48T-B7105 (B7105F48TV4HR-2T-N)

System

Net weight

Form Factor

Chassis Model

Dimension (D x W x

H)

Motherboard

Gross Weight

34 kg (75 lbs)

4U Tower

FT48T

27.5" x 16.8" x 6.9" (700 x 427 x

176mm)

S7105AGM2NR-2T

40 kg (88.5 lbs)

Buttons

Front Panel LEDs

I/O Ports

(1) RST, (1) ID, (1) PWR w/ LED

(1) HDD, (2) LAN, (1) ID,

(1) System Event

(2) USB 3.0 port

5.25" device bays, (3)

3.5"/2.5" Hot-Swap SSD/HDD, (4)

External Drive Bay

System Cooling

Configuration

Type / Q'ty

HDD Backplane

Support

Supported HDD

Interface

Redundancy

FAN

Heat Sink

Type

SATA 6.0Gb/s

(4) SATA 6Gb/s

Power Supply

Input Range

Output Watts

Efficiency

Redundancy

Yes

(5+1) hot-swap 12cm fans

(2) Passive CPU Heat sinks

RPSU

100-127V~ / 220-240V~, 47-63Hz

System: 24A / 10A (max.)

Per Inlet: 12A / 10A

2000 Watts (100-127Vac input),

1968 Watts (220-240Vac input)

80 plus Platinum

1+1

NOTE:

1. When use 100V-127V AC input, the system does not support redundant PSU operation if the total system load exceeds 12A

(1000 Watts).

2. When use 220V-240 AC input, the system does not support redundant PSU operation if the total system load exceeds 10A

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Processor

Chipset

Memory

Expansion Slots

LAN

Storage

(1968 Watts).

Socket Type / Q'ty LGA3647/ (2)

System Bus

Up to 10.4/9.6 GT/s with Intel

UltraPath Interconnect (UPI) support

Supported CPU

Series

Intel Xeon Scalable Processor

Thermal Design

Power (TDP) wattage

Max up to 205W

PCH Intel C621

Supported DIMM

Qty

(6)+(6) DIMM slots

DIMM Type / Speed

DDR4 RDIMM/RDIMM

3DS/LRDIMM/LRDIMM 3DS 2666

Capacity

Up to 384GB RDIMM/ 768GB

LRDIMM/ 1,536GB RDIMM

3DS/LRDIMM 3DS *Follow latest

Intel DDR4 Memory POR

Memory channel 6 Channels per CPU

Memory voltage 1.2V

PCI-E

(1) PCI-E Gen3 x16 slot, max 25

Watts

(5) PCI-E Gen3 x16 slots, max 75

Watts

NOTE: Please note the thermal design power (TDP) of GPU must be equal or less than 250W or OCP

(over current protect) will occur.

Port Q'ty

Controller

PHY

SATA sSATA

(2) 10GbE ports,

(1) GbE port dedicated for IPMI

Intel X550-AT2

Realtek RTL8211E

Connector

Controller

Speed

RAID

Connector

Controller

(2) SATA

Intel C621

6.0 Gb/s

RAID 0/1/10/5 (Intel

RSTe)

(2) Mini-SAS HD

(8-ports)

Intel C621

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Graphic

I/O Ports

TPM (Optional)

System Monitoring

NVMe

Connector type

Resolution

Chipset

Speed

RAID

6.0 Gb/s

RAID 0/1/10/5 (Intel

RSTe)

Connector (M.2)

(2) 22110/2280 (by

PCI-E & SATA interface)

D-Sub 15-pin

Up to 1920x1200

Aspeed AST2500

USB

VGA

Audio

RJ-45

Others

TPM Support

Chipset

Temperature

Voltage

LED

Others

(2) USB3.0 ports (at rear),

(2) USB3.0 ports (at front)

(1) D-Sub 15-pin port

2.1

(2) 10GbE ports,

(1) GbE dedicated for IPMI

ID LED

Please refer to our TPM supported list.

Aspeed AST2500

Monitors temperature for CPU & memory & system environment

Monitors voltage for CPU, memory, chipset & power supply

Over temperature warning indicator, Fan & PSU fail LED indicator

Watchdog timer support

Server Management

BIOS

AST2500 iKVM

Feature

AST2500 IPMI

Feature

IPMI 2.0 compliant baseboard management controller (BMC),

Supports storage over IP and remote platform-flash, USB 2.0 virtual hub

24-bit high quality video compression, 10/100/1000 Mb/s

MAC interface

Onboard Aspeed AST2500 Onboard Chipset

Brand / ROM size AMI, 32MB

Feature

Hardware Monitor, SMBIOS

3.0/PnP/Wake on LAN, Boot from

USB device/PXE via LAN/Storage,

User Configurable FAN PWM Duty

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External Drive Bay Type / Q'ty

Cycle, Console Redirection, ACPI sleeping states S4,S5, ACPI 6.1

Operating System

Regulation

Operating Environment

OS supported list

Please refer to our AVL support lists.

CB/LVD

RCM

FCC (SDoC)

CE (DoC)

VCCI

Yes

Class A

Class A

Class A

Class A

Operating Temp. 10° C ~ 35° C (50° F~ 95° F)

Non-operating Temp. - 40° C ~ 70° C (-40° F ~ 158° F)

In/Non-operating

Humidity

90%, non-condensing at 35° C

RoHS RoHS 6/6 Compliant Yes

Package Contains

Manual

Installation CD

Barebone

Others

(1) Quick Installation Guide

(1) TYAN Device Driver CD

(1) FT48T-B7105 w/NV

Tesla-aware FW Barebone

For rackmount solution, please contact Tyan sales

TYAN FT48T-B7105 (B7105F48TV4HR-2T-G)

System

Net weight

Form Factor

Chassis Model

Dimension (D x W x

H)

Motherboard

Gross Weight

34 kg (75 lbs)

4U Tower

FT48T

27.5" x 16.8" x 6.9" (700 x 427 x

176mm)

S7105AGM2NR-2T

40 kg (88.5 lbs)

Buttons

Front Panel LEDs

I/O Ports

(1) RST, (1) ID, (1) PWR w/ LED

(1) HDD, (2) LAN, (1) ID,

(1) System Event

(2) USB 3.0 port

5.25" device bays, (3)

3.5"/2.5" Hot-Swap SSD/HDD, (4)

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System Cooling

Configuration

HDD Backplane

Support

Supported HDD

Interface

Redundancy

FAN

Heat Sink

SATA 6.0Gb/s

(4) SATA 6Gb/s

Yes

(3) hot-swap 12cm fans

(2) Passive CPU Heat sinks

Power Supply

Processor

Type

Input Range

Output Watts

Efficiency

Redundancy

RPSU

100-127V~ / 220-240V~, 47-63Hz

System: 24A / 10A (max.)

Per Inlet: 12A / 10A

2000 Watts (100-127Vac input),

1968 Watts (220-240Vac input)

80 plus Platinum

1+1

NOTE:

1. When use 100V-127V AC input, the system does not support redundant PSU operation if the total system load exceeds 12A

(1000 Watts).

2. When use 220V-240 AC input, the system does not support redundant PSU operation if the total system load exceeds 10A

(1968 Watts).

Socket Type / Q'ty LGA3647/ (2)

System Bus

Up to 10.4/9.6 GT/s with Intel

UltraPath Interconnect (UPI) support

Supported CPU

Series

Intel Xeon Scalable Processor

Thermal Design

Power (TDP) wattage

Max up to 205W

Chipset

Memory

PCH Intel C621

Supported DIMM

Qty

(6)+(6) DIMM slots

DIMM Type / Speed

DDR4 RDIMM/RDIMM

3DS/LRDIMM/LRDIMM 3DS 2666

Capacity

Up to 384GB RDIMM/ 768GB

LRDIMM/ 1,536GB RDIMM

3DS/LRDIMM 3DS *Follow latest

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Expansion Slots

LAN

Storage

Graphic

I/O Ports

Intel DDR4 Memory POR

Memory channel 6 Channels per CPU

Memory voltage 1.2V

PCI-E

(1) PCI-E Gen3 x16 slot, max 25

Watts

(5) PCI-E Gen3 x16 slots, max 75

Watts

NOTE: Please note the thermal design power (TDP) of GPU must be equal or less than 250W or OCP

(over current protect) will occur.

Port Q'ty

Controller

PHY

SATA sSATA

NVMe

Connector type

Resolution

Chipset

(2) 10GbE ports,

(1) GbE port dedicated for IPMI

Intel X550-AT2

Realtek RTL8211E

Connector

Controller

Speed

RAID

Connector

(2) SATA

Intel C621

6.0 Gb/s

RAID 0/1/10/5 (Intel

RSTe)

(2) Mini-SAS HD

(8-ports)

Controller

Speed

RAID

Intel C621

6.0 Gb/s

RAID 0/1/10/5 (Intel

RSTe)

Connector (M.2)

(2) 22110/2280 (by

PCI-E & SATA interface)

D-Sub 15-pin

Up to 1920x1200

Aspeed AST2500

USB

VGA

Audio

RJ-45

Others

(2) USB3.0 ports (at rear),

(2) USB3.0 ports (at front)

(1) D-Sub 15-pin port

2.1

(2) 10GbE ports,

(1) GbE dedicated for IPMI

ID LED

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TPM (Optional)

System Monitoring

Server Management

BIOS

Operating System

Regulation

Operating Environment

RoHS

TPM Support

Chipset

Temperature

Voltage

LED

Please refer to our TPM supported list.

Aspeed AST2500

Monitors temperature for CPU & memory & system environment

Monitors voltage for CPU, memory, chipset & power supply

Over temperature warning indicator, Fan & PSU fail LED indicator

Watchdog timer support Others

AST2500 iKVM

Feature

AST2500 IPMI

Feature

Onboard Chipset

IPMI 2.0 compliant baseboard management controller (BMC),

Supports storage over IP and remote platform-flash, USB 2.0 virtual hub

24-bit high quality video compression, 10/100/1000 Mb/s

MAC interface

Onboard Aspeed AST2500

Brand / ROM size AMI, 32MB

Feature

Hardware Monitor, SMBIOS

3.0/PnP/Wake on LAN, Boot from

USB device/PXE via LAN/Storage,

User Configurable FAN PWM Duty

Cycle, Console Redirection, ACPI sleeping states S4,S5, ACPI 6.1

OS supported list

Please refer to our AVL support lists.

CB/LVD

RCM

FCC (SDoC)

CE (DoC)

VCCI

Yes

Class A

Class A

Class A

Class A

Operating Temp. 10° C ~ 35° C (50° F~ 95° F)

Non-operating Temp. - 40° C ~ 70° C (-40° F ~ 158° F)

In/Non-operating

Humidity

90%, non-condensing at 35° C

RoHS 6/6 Compliant Yes

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Package Contains

Manual

Installation CD

Barebone

Others

(1) Quick Installation Guide

(1) TYAN Device Driver CD

(1) FT48T-B7105 Barebone

For rackmount solution, please contact Tyan sales

NOTE:

1. The specifications are subject to change without prior notice.

2. Please visit our Web site for the latest information.

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1.4 Standard Parts List

This section describes FT48T-B7105 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

FT48T-B7105 Box Content

 4U barebone, (4) hot swap HDD bays

 (1+1), 2000W power supply unit --- B7105F48TV4HR-2T-N /

B7105F48TV4HR-2T-G

 S7105AGM2NR-2T system board (pre-installed)

 M1019-FPB

 (3) system fans, (6 system fans for B7105F48TV4HR-2T-N)

 M1809F77A-FB

 M1622F48T-D-PDB

 M1237F48-BP6-4-7055 BP

FT48T-B7105 Accessories

 CPU

CPU *2

Quick Installation Guide *1

Addendum for China Use Only *1

 Driver’s and Utility CD *1

 Foot Stand*4 & Screw *4

 CD_ROM_Rail

 CD_ROM_Rail Screw Kit *1

 AC Power Cord (US) *2

 AC Power Cord (EU) *2

 GPU Card Holder Kit *5

 PCIe Air Duct Kit *1 (only for B7105F48TV4HR-2T-N)

 8-pin CPU Power Cable *5 (only for B7105F48TV4HR-2T-N)

 6-Pin +8-pin PCIe Power Cable *5

 SATA Internal Cable *2

 SATA Power Cable *2

 Screw Pack for M.2 *2

Screw Pack for HDD *2

Sliding Rail *1 (Optional)

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1.5 About the Product

The following views show you the product.

1.5.1 System Front View

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Front Control Panel (M1019-FPB pre-installed)

11

12

USB3.0 Port 2

USB3.0 Port 1

M1019-FPB LED Definition

LED

#4 ID LED

Color

Blue

#5 LAN2 LED

#6 LAN1 LED

#7 HDD LED

#8 Warning LED

#9 Power LED

Green

Green

Amber

Amber

Green

Behavior

Located / Solid On

Normal / Normal

Access / Blinking

Linking / Solid On

Access / Blinking

Linking / Solid On

Ready / Off

Access / Blinking

System Normal / Off

System Warning / Solid On

System Power On / Solid On

System Power Off / Off

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HDD LED Definitions

Drive State

Drive present, no activity

Drive present, with activity

Drive Failed

Drive dentify

Drive Rebuild

Active LED

(Green)

Green Solid On

Green Blinking

Don’t care

Don’t care

Don’t care

Failure LED

(Red)

Off

Off

Red Solid On

Red Blinking @1 Hz

Red Blinking @4 Hz

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1.5.2 System Rear View

1 PSU0

2 PSU1

3 MIC

4 LINE-OUT

5 LINE-IN

6 USB3.0 Port2

9 LAN2

10 LAN1

13 Expansion Slots

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10Gbps LAN Port LAN Indication

10Gbps LAN Link/Activity LED Scheme

Left LED

(Link/Activity)

LED Color: Green

Right LED

(Speed)

LED Color: Yellow

No Link

100 Mbps

1000 Mbps

(1Gbps)

10 Gbps

OFF OFF

Link Green Solid On Green Solid On

Active

Link

Green Blinking

Green Solid On

Green Solid On

Yellow Solid On

Active

Link

Green Blinking

Yellow Solid On

Yellow Solid On

Yellow Solid On

Yellow Solid On

1Gbps LAN Port LAN Indication

1Gbps LAN Link/Activity LED Scheme

Left LED

(Link/Activity)

LED Color: Green

Right LED

(Speed)

LED Color: Amber

No Link

10 Mbps

100 Mbps

1000 Mbps

(1Gbps)

Link

Active

Link

Active

Link

Active

OFF OFF

Green Solid On OFF

Green Blinking

Green Solid On

OFF

Green Solid On

Green Blinking

Green Solid On

Green Blinking

Green Solid On

Amber Solid On

Amber Solid On

NOTE:

“Left” and “Right” are viewed from the rear panel.

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Power LED Definitions

Power Supply condition

No AC power to all power supplies

Power supply critical event causing a shutdown; failure, OCP, OVP, Fan Fail, OTP, UVP

Power supply warning events where the power supply continues to opeate; high temp (inlet temperature>51 deg (PMBus reading), or hot spot temperature >95 deg (PMBus reading), high power, high current, slow fan (Fan warning +/- 20% RPM)

AC present Only 12VSB on (PS off) or PS in Smart

Redundant state

Output ON and OK

AC cord unplugged or AC power lost with a second power supply in parallel still with AC input power

Green LED

OFF

OFF

Bicolor

Amber LED

OFF

Amber Solid ON

@1Hz

Green Blinking

@1Hz

OFF

Green Solid ON OFF

OFF Amber Solid ON

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1.5.3 System Top View

B7105F48TV4HR-2T-N

1

2

(4) HDD trays (M1237F48-BP6-4 HDD Backplane Board pre-installed)

(3) DVD-ROM trays (M1019-FPB Front Panel Board pre-installed)

3 FAN6

4 FAN5

5 FAN4

6 FAN3

7 FAN2

8 FAN1

NOTE:

M1809F77A-FB Fan Board is pre-installed.

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B7105F48TV4HR-2T-G

1

2

(4) HDD trays (M1237F48-BP6-4 HDD Backplane Board pre-installed)

(3) DVD-ROM trays (M1019-FPB Front Panel Board pre-installed)

3 FAN3

4 FAN2

5 FAN1

NOTE:

M1809F77A-FB Fan Board is pre-installed.

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NOTE

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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 SSD/HDD. 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:

 A cross head (Phillips) screwdriver

 A grounding strap or an anti-static pad

 A T30 Security Torx screwdriver

Most of the electrical and mechanical connections can be disconnected 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.

Caution!

1. To avoid damaging the motherboard and associated components, do not use torque force greater than

5~7 kgf/cm (4.35 ~ 6.09 lb/in) on each mounting screw

2. for motherboard installation.

Do not apply power to the board if it has been damaged.

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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 FT48T-B7105 or injury to yourself.

 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.

 Avoid touching motherboard components, IC chips, connectors, memory modules, and leads.

 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.

 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.

 Leave all components inside the static-proof packaging that they ship with until they are ready for installation.

 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.

CAUTION:

Please note that the following illustrations may not look exactly like the rackmount server you purchased. Therefore, the illustrations should be held for your reference only.

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2.1 Installing Motherboard Components

This section describes how to install components on to the motherboard, including

CPUs, memory modules, SSD/HDD and PCI-E cards.

2.1.1 Removing the Chassis Cover

Follow these instructions to remove the FT48T-B7105 chassis cover.

1. Loosen one screw and two thumb screws to slide the top cover off.

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2. Unscrew to remove the CPU air duct from the chassis.

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2.1.2 Opening the Chassis Front Bezel

Follow these instructions to open the chassis front bezel.

1. Insert the front bezel key (packed in a bag in the accessory box) and rotate the key 90 degrees counterclockwise to unlock the front bezel.

2. Open the front bezel.

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2.1.3 Installing the CPU and Heatsink

Follow the steps below on installing CPUs and CPU heatsinks.

1. Align and install the processor on the carrier.

2. Carefully flip the heatsink. Then install the carrier assembly on the bottom of the heatsink and make sure the guide pin is located in the correct direction.

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3. Always start with CPU0 first. Remove the CPU Socket protection cap. Locate the CPU socket’s guide pin.

NOTE:

A new heatsink comes with pre-applied thermal grease.

Once the heatsink has been removed from the processor, you need to clean the processor and heatsink using an alcohol solvent. Then apply new thermal grease before reinstalling the heatsink.

4. Carefully flip the heatsink. Align the heatsink with the CPU socket by the guide pin and make sure the guide pin is located in the correct direction. Then place the heatsink onto the top of the CPU socket.

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5. To secure the heatsink, use a T30 Security Torx to tighten the screws in a sequential order (1  2  3  4).

NOTE:

When disassembling the heatsink, loosen the screws in reverse order

(4

3

2

1).

6. Repeat the procedures described earlier to install the second processor and heatsink.

7. Place the CPU air duct back and screw it to the chassis.

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2.1.4 Installing the Expansion Cards

Follow the instructions to install the expansion cards.

1. Locate the PCI-E Gen.3 slots on the motherboard. Unscrew to take out the dummy brackets.

2. Screw the GPU bracket to the GPU card.

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3. Locate the guide pins of the GPU air duct. Place the GPU air duct on the chassis wall.

4. Insert the GPU card into the PCIE Gen. 3 slot and screw the GPU card to the chassis.

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5. Connect the GPU Power cable.

6. Replace the GPU air duct and screw it to the Mid-bar.

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2.1.5 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. Follow the recommended memory population table to install the other memory modules.

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DIMM Location

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Recommended Memory Population Table (Single CPU)

Quantity of memory installed

P0_MCO_DIM_CH_A0

P0_MCO_DIM_CH_B0

P0_MCO_DIM_CH_C0

1 2 3 4 5 6

Single CPU Installed (CPU0 only)

P0_MC1_DIM_CH_D0

P0_MC1_DIM_CH_E0

P0_MC1_DIM_CH_F0

NOTE:

1. √ indicates a populated DIMM slot.

2. Use paired memory installation for max performance.

3. Populate the same DIMM type in each channel, specifically

- Use the same DIMM size

- Use the same # of ranks per DIMM

Recommended Memory Population Table (Dual CPU)

Quantity of memory installed

P0_MCO_DIM_CH_A0

P0_MCO_DIM_CH_B0

P0_MCO_DIM_CH_C0

P0_MC1_DIM_CH_D0

P0_MC1_DIM_CH_E0

P0_MC1_DIM_CH_F0

P1_MCO_DIM_CH_A0

P1_MCO_DIM_CH_B0

P1_MCO_DIM_CH_C0

P1_MC1_DIM_CH_D0

P1_MC1_DIM_CH_E0

P1_MC1_DIM_CH_F0

2 4 6 8 10 12

Dual CPU installed (CPU0 and CPU1)

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2.1.6 Installing Hard Drives

The FT48T-B7105 can support up to four (4) 3.5”/2.5” SSD/HDD. Follow these instructions to install a hard drive.

Warning!!! Always install the hard disk drive to the chassis after the chassis is secured on the rack.

1. Press the locking lever latch and pull the locking lever open.

2. Slide the HDD tray out.

3. Place a 3.5"/2.5” SSD/HDD into the HDD tray.

3.5” HDD

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2.5” SSD/HDD

4. Turn over the HDD unit and secure the SSD/HDD using 4 HDD screws.

5. Reinsert the HDD tray into the chassis and press the locking lever to secure the tray. Close the front bezel.

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2.1.7 Installing the DVD-ROM

Follow these instructions to install the DVD-ROM.

1. Take out the DVD-ROM Kit.

2. Assemble the DVD Rail-L and Rail-R to the DVD device and secure with 8 screws.

3. Open the front bezel, and select the device tray where to insert the

DVD-ROM.

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4. Unscrew to remove the selected device tray as shown below.

5. Install the DVD-ROM into the chassis.

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6. Connect the SATA cable to the motherboard and route the cable along the side of the chassis.

7. Connect the DVD-ROM PWR cable to the Power Distribution Board.

8. Connect the SATA cable and PWR cable to the DVD-ROM device.

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2.2 Installing Foot Stands

Follow these instructions to install the footsands.

1. Peel off the mylars.

2. Take out the Footstand Kit.

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3. Screw the footstands to the chassis (both front and rear).

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2.3 Rack Mounting

After installing the necessary components, the TYAN FT48T-B7105 can be mounted in a rack using the supplied rack mounting kit

Rack Mount Kit

 Rail with Bracket x 2

 Mounting Ears x 2

 Screw Sack x 1

Screw Sack

A: Nut for M6 screw --- 10 pcs

B: M6--10 pcs

A B

2.3.1 Installing the FT48T-B7105 in a Rack

Follow these instructions to mount the TYAN FT48T-B7105 into an industry standard

19” rack.

NOTE : Before mounting the TYAN FT48T-B7105 in a rack, ensure that all internal components have been installed and that the unit has been fully tested. However, to make the installation easier, we suggest that you remove all HDD trays before you insert the chassis to the rack.

Installing the Inner Rails to the Unit

1. Unscrew to remove the side cover.

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2. Screw the mounting ears to the FT48T-B7105 as shown using six M4-L5 screws (black).

Left Right

3. Press the latch to draw out the inner rails from each rail assembly.

4. Install the inner sliding rail to each side of the server using five M4-L5 screws.

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Installing the Outer Rails to the Unit

1. Adjust the outer rails to fit the length of the rack. The sliding brackets have long slits to allow them to be fixed to the other part of the rails in various positions.

2. Secure the outer rails to the rack using four M6 (2 front, 2 rear) screws (B) and five nut (3 front, 2 rear) (A) for each side. Secure the mounting brackets from outside, not inside of the rack.

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Rack Mounting the Server

1. Lift the unit and then insert the inner slide rails into the middle rails.

2. Push the whole system in.

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3. Secure the mounting ears to the rack using two M6 screws (B).

4. Push the latch on both sides of the chassis simultaneously to pull the system out.

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Chapter 3: Replacing Pre-Installed Components

3.0.1 Introduction

This chapter explains how to replace the pre-installed components, including the

S7105 Motherboard, M1019-FPB Front Panel Board, M1237F48-BP6-4 SATA/SAS

HDD Backplane Board, M1809F77A-FB Fan Board, M1622F48T-D-PDB Power

Distribution Board, System Fan and Power Supply Unit etc.

3.0.2 Disassembly Flowchart

The following flowchart outlines the disassembly procedures.

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3.1 Removing the Cover

Before replacing any parts you must remove the chassis cover. Follow Section 2.1.1

Removing the Chassis Cover (page 37 ) to remove the cover of the FT48T-B7105.

3.2 Replacing the System Fan

Follow these instructions to replace the system fan.

1. Take out the failed fans.

2. Prepare new fans and insert them into the fan cage.

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3.3 Replacing the Fan Board

Follow these instructions to replace the fan board.

1. Unscrew the fan cage and remove all system fans and from the fan cage.

2. Take out the fan cage.

3. Disconnect all cables from the fan board.

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4. Unscrew the fan board to replace with a new one.

5. Assemble the fan cage and system fans back into the chassis following the steps described earlier in reverse.

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3.3.1 Fan Board Features

Form Factor

Specifications

FAN Sequence

M1809F77A-FB Fan Board

W81.4 x L312.28 (mm), 4-layer PCB

(4) Big 4P Power Connector (J7/J9/J10/J11)

(6) 2x2-pin FAN Connector (J1/J2/J3/J4/J5/J6)

(1) 2x10-pin TYAN Barebone FAN Connector (J8)

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3.3.2 Pin Definitions

J1/J2/J3/J4/J5/J6: 2x2-pin Power Connector

Definition

GND

TACH

Pin

1

3

Pin

2

4

Definition

+12V

PWM

J8: 2×10-Pin System Fan Connector for Motherboard

Definition

Tachometer Input1

Tachometer Input2

Tachometer Input3

Tachometer Input4

Tachometer Input5

GND

PWM Output2

Tachometer Input11

Tachometer Input12

3.3V Standby

7

9

11

13

Pin

1

3

5

15

17

19

8

10

12

14

Pin

2

4

6

16

18

20

Definition

Tachometer Input6

Tachometer Input7

Tachometer Input8

Tachometer Input9

Tachometer Input10

KEY

PWM Output1

SMB Data

SMB Clock

PWM Output3

J7/J9/J10/J11: 1×4-Pin ATX Power Connector for Fan

Definition

+12V

GND

Pin

1

3

Pin

2

4

Definition

GND

NC

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3.4 Replacing the HDD Backplane Board

Follow these instructions to replace the M1237F48-BP6-4 SATA/SAS HDD

Backplane Board.

1. Refer to Section 3.3 Replacing the Fan Board on how to remove the Fan

Cage and Fan Board.

2. Disconnect all cables attached to the HDD BP Board and unscrew to take it out.

3. Prepare a new HDD BP Board and reinstall it into the chassis following the steps in reverse.

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3.4.1 HDD BP Board Features

Here shows the M1237F48-BP6-4 HDD Backplane Board in details.

Front view:

Rear view:

Specifications

M1237F48-BP6-4 HDD Backplane Board

(2) Big 4-pin Power Connectors (J35/J36)

(4) SATA 7-pin Connectors (J15/J16/J17/J13)

(4) port 3.5” SAS/SATA 12Gb/s & hot-swap support

(J1/J2/J4/J5)

(1) 2x5-pin SGPIO Connector to MB (J18)

(1) 2x5-pin CPLD JTAG Connector (J6)

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3.4.2 Connector Pin Definitions

J6: Burning FW Header

J18: SGPIO Header

Definition

CPLD_JTAG_TCK

CPLD_JTAG_TDO

CPLD_JTAG_TMS

NC

CPLD_JTAG_TDI

1

3

5

7

9

Pin Pin Definition

2

4

6

GND

VDD_3P3_RUN

NC

8 KEY Pin

10 GND

Definition

FPIO_SCL

FPIO_SDA

GND

KEY Pin

NC

J35/J36: Big 4 pin Power Connector

Definition

VDD_12_RUN

GND

Pin Pin Definition

1

3

5

7

9

2

4

6

8

SDATAIN

SDATAOUT

SAS_SIO_END_A

SAS_SIO_CLK_A

10 HD_ERR_LED

Pin Pin Definition

1

3

2

4

GND

VDD_5_RUN

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3.5 Replacing the Front Panel Board

Follow these instructions to replace the M1019-FPB Front Panel Control Board.

1. Disconnect the power cable and data cable from M1019.

2. Pull up the latch and slide the LED control board unit out of the chassis.

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3. Remove three screws securing the mylar and LED control board to the bracket.

4. Lift up the mylar and LED control board free from the chassis. After replacement, insert the unit into the chassis following the above procedures in reverse.

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3.5.1 Front Panel Board Features

4

5

6

7

M1019-FPB Front Panel Control Board

8 Warning LED (red)

9 Power LED (green)

ID LED (blue)

LAN2 LED (green)

LAN1 LED (green)

HDD LED (amber)

11

12

13

14

USB3.0 Port 2

USB3.0 Port 1

Front Panel Connector (J3)

USB3.0 Connector (J34)

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3.5.2 Pin Definitions

J34: 20-pin USB3.0 Connector

Signal

+5V

P0_RX_N

P0_RX_P

GND

P0_TX_N

P0_TX_P

GND

P0_N

P0_P

OC_N

J3: 24-pin Front Panel Header

Signal

PW_LED+

KEY

PW_LED-

HD_LED+

HD_LED-

PW_SW#

GND

RST_SW#

GND

FP_ID_LED_BTN_N

FPIO_TEMP_IN

NMI_SW#

7

9

11

13

Pin

1

3

5

15

17

19

21

23

4

5

6

7

Pin

1

2

3

8

9

10

Pin

20

19

18

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

8

10

12

14

Pin

2

4

6

16

18

20

22

24

Signal

KEY

+5V

P1_RX_N

P1_RX_P

GND

P1_TX_N

P1_TX_P

GND

P1_N

P1_P

Signal

FP_PWER(3.3V)

FP_ID_LED_PWR

FP_ID_LED_N

HWM_FAULT_LED-

SYS_FAULT_LED-

LAN1_ACTLED+

LAN1_ACTLED-

SDA

SCL

INTRUDER#

LAN2_ACTLED+

LAN2_ACTLED-

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3.6 Replacing the Power Supply

The system has two pre-installed Power Supply Units. Please unplug the power cord before you follow these instructions to replace the power supply units.

1. Pull the lever to a fully open position. Press and hold the latch to pull the power supply out.

2. After replacing a new power supply, press and hold the latch to push the power supply back into the chassis.

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3.7 Replacing the Power Distribution Board

Follow these instructions to replace the M1622F48T-D-PDB Power Distribution

Board.

1. Disconnect all cables connected to the PDB.

2. Unscrew the power distribution board to lift it up for replacement.

3. Follow the steps described earlier in reverse order to reinstall the power distribution board into the chassis.

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3.7.1 Power Distribution Board Features

M1622F48T-D-PDB Power Distribution Board

Specifications

Support 12V to 5V & 3.3V

(2) Golden-Finger power connector (PSU0/PSU1)

(1) PSMI Connector (JPSMI1)

(1) 2x12 Pin SSI MB Power Connector (PW10)

(7) 2x4 Pin SSI CPU Power Connector

(PW1/6/7/8/9/12/13)

(4) 2x2 Pin 5V & 12V Power Connector (PW2/3/4/5)

(2) Big 4P Power Connector (PW11/PW14)

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3.8 Removing the Motherboard

Follow these instructions to replace the S7105 Motherboard.

1. Refer to the sections described earlier to remove all cables and components on the motherboard.

2. Unscrew the motherboard.

3. Carefully lift the motherboard from the chassis.

4. Prepare a new motherboard and follow the steps described earlier in reverse order to reinstall the motherboard into the chassis.

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Important Notes:

Appendix I: How to recover UEFI BIOS

The emergency UEFI BIOS Recovery process is only used to rescue a system with a failed or corrupted BIOS image that fails to boot to an OS. It is not intended to be used as a general purpose BIOS flashing procedure and should not be used as such.

Please do not shutdown or reset the system while the BIOS recovery process is underway or there is risk of damage to the UEFI recovery bootloader that would prevent the recovery process itself from working. In no event shall Tyan be liable for direct, indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages arising from the BIOS update or recovery.

The BIOS Recovery file is named xxxx.cap, where the 'xxxx' portion is the motherboard model number. Examples: 5630.cap, 7106.cap, 7109.cap, etc. Please make sure that you are using the correct BIOS Recovery file from Tyan's web site.

BIOS Recovery Process

1. Place the recovery BIOS file (xxxx.cap) in the root directory of a USB disk.

2. Ensure that the system is powered off.

3. Insert the USB disk to any USB port on the motherboard or chassis.

4. Power the system on while pressing “Ctrl” and “Home” simultaneously on the keyboard. Continue to hold these keys down until the following Tyan screen is displayed on the monitor:

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5. The system will boot to BIOS setup. A new menu item will appear at the far right of the screen. Scroll to the 'Recovery' tab, move the curser to “Proceed with flash update” and press the "Enter" key on the keyboard to start the BIOS recovery process.

6. IMPORTANT: Do not power off or reboot the server during the BIOS recovery process. This can damage the BIOS recovery bootloader and prevent it from loading a subsequent time.

7. Wait for the BIOS recovery procedure to complete. Completion is signified with the message “Flash update completed. Press any key to reset the system” displayed on screen.

8. Remove the USB disk and reboot.

If your system does not have video output or the POST code halts at “FF” on the right-lower portion of the screen, please contact Tyan representatives for RMA service.

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Appendix II: How to install Power Wire Clip

Follow these instructions to install the Power Wire Clip.

1. Press the lever to pull the clip to the right.

2. Insert the Power Wire Clip into the Power Wire Clip Jack.

3. Plug in the AC Power Cord.

4. Press to lock the clip and push the clip forwards.

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Appendix III: Cable Connection Tables

1. Fan ctrl cable

Fan BP to S7105 MB

Fan BP Connect to

→ Fan ctrl Cable

2. Mini-SAS HD Cable

J8

Mini-SAS HD

Cable

M1237F48-BP6

-4 BP Board

J13, J17, J16, J15

& J18

3. Fan BP PWR Cable

Connect to

FAN BP to PDB

FAN BP

Fan BP PWR

Cable

J9, J7, J10 & J11

4. HDD BP PWR Cable

Connect to

HDD BP to PDB

HDD BP Connect to

2x2P to B4P

PWR Cable

J35 & J36

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S7105 MB

FAN_HD1

S7105 MB

SATA0_3

PDB

PW3 & PW5

PDB

PW2

5. FP Ctrl and USB Cable

FP Ctrl Cable

USB3.0 Cable

Front Panel Board (FPB) to S7105 MB

FPB

J3

J34

Connect to

6. GPU PWR Cable

S7105 MB

SSI_FP

USB3_FPIO2

PDB Board to GPU Card

PDB Board Connect to

GPU PWR

Cable-1

GPU PWR

Cable-2

GPU PWR

Cable-3

GPU PWR

Cable-4

GPU PWR

Cable-5

PW1

PW6

PW7

PW9

PW12

7. 2x12P, 2x4P PWR & PSMI Cable

GPU card

GPU card-1

GPU card-2

GPU card-3

GPU card-4

GPU card-5

PDB Board to S7105 MB

PDB Board Connect to S7105 MB

2x12P PWR

Cable

2x4P PWR

Cable-1

2x4P PWR

Cable-2

PSMI Cable

PW10

PW13

PW8

PWCN1

PWCN2

PWCN3

JPSMI1

PSMI

NOTE: Please note the thermal design power (TDP) of GPU must be less than

250W or OCP (over current protect) will occur.

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Appendix IV: Fan and Temp Sensors

This section aims to help readers identify the locations of some specific FAN and Temp

Sensors on the motherboard. A table of BIOS Temp sensor name explanation is also included for readers’ reference.

Figure 1: Sensor Location

NOTE: The red spot indicates the sensor.

Fan and Temp Sensor Location:

1. Fan Sensor: It is located in the third pin of the fan connector, which detects the fan speed (rpm)

2. Temp Sensor: refer to Figure 1: Sensor Location.

They detect the system temperature around.

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BIOS Temp Sensor Name Explanation:

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BIOS Temp Sensor

P0_ DTS_Temp

P1_ DTS_Temp

P0_ PECI_Value

P1_ PECI_Value

PCH_Temp

SYS_Air_Inlet

MB_Air_Inet

SYS_Air_Outlet

SAS_3008_Temp.

P1_MOS_Area

P0_MOSFET_Temp

P1_MOSFET_Temp

P0_DIMM_MOS_1

P0_DIMM_MOS_2

P1_DIMM_MOS_1

P1_DIMM_MOS_2

Name Explanation

Temperature of the CPU0 Digital Temperature Sensor

Temperature of the CPU1 Digital Temperature Sensor

Temperature value of the CPU0 Platform Environment Control

Interface (PECI)

Temperature value of the CPU1 Platform Environment Control

Interface (PECI)

Temperature of the PCH

Sensor located on the Front Panel Board

Temperature of the M/B Air Inlet Area

Temperature of the System Air Outlet Area

Temperature of the LSI SAS 3008 Chip

Temperature of the P1_MOS_Area

The Max Temperature of CPU0 MOSFET

The Max Temperature of CPU1 MOSFET

The Max Temperature of CPU0 DIMM Area1 MOSFET

The Max Temperature of CPU0 DIMM Area2 MOSFET

The Max Temperature of CPU1 DIMM Area1 MOSFET

The Max Temperature of CPU1 DIMM Area2 MOSFET

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LAN_X550_Temp

P0_MC0_DIM_CH_A

P0_MC0_DIM_CH_B

Temperature of Intel LAN X550 Chipset

The Temperature of CPU0 DIMM A0 Slot

The Temperature of CPU0 DIMM B0 Slot

P0_MC0_DIM_CH_C The Temperature of CPU0 DIMM C0 Slot

P0_MC1_DIM_CH_D The Temperature of CPU0 DIMM D0 Slot

P0_MC1_DIM_CH_E

P0_MC1_DIM_CH_F

P1_MC0_DIM_CH_A

The Temperature of CPU0 DIMM E0 Slot

The Temperature of CPU0 DIMM F0 Slot

The Temperature of CPU1 DIMM A0 Slot

P1_MC0_DIM_CH_B The Temperature of CPU1 DIMM B0 Slot

P1_MC0_DIM_CH_C The Temperature of CPU1 DIMM C0 Slot

P1_MC1_DIM_CH_D The Temperature of CPU1 DIMM D0 Slot

P1_MC1_DIM_CH_E

P1_MC1_DIM_CH_F

The Temperature of CPU1 DIMM E0 Slot

The Temperature of CPU1 DIMM F0 Slot

GPU0_Core0_TEMP

GPU0_Core1_ TEMP

Temperature of GPU0 Core0 Slot

Temperature of GPU0 Core1 Slot

GPU1_Core0_ TEMP

GPU1_Core1_ TEMP

GPU2_Core0_ TEMP

GPU2_Core1_ TEMP

GPU3_Core0_ TEMP

GPU3_Core1_ TEMP

GPU4_Core0_ TEMP

Temperature of GPU1 Core0 Slot

Temperature of GPU1 Core1 Slot

Temperature of GPU2 Core0 Slot

Temperature of GPU2 Core1 Slot

Temperature of GPU3 Core0 Slot

Temperature of GPU3 Core1 Slot

Temperature of GPU4 Core0 Slot

GPU4_Core1_ TEMP

SYS_FAN_1

SYS_FAN_2

SYS_FAN_3

SYS_FAN_4

SYS_FAN_5

SYS_FAN_6

Temperature of GPU4 Core1 Slot

Fan Speed of SYS_FAN_1

Fan Speed of SYS_FAN_2

Fan Speed of SYS_FAN_3

Fan Speed of SYS_FAN_4

Fan Speed of SYS_FAN_5

Fan Speed of SYS_FAN_6

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Appendix V: FRU Parts Table

Item

FT48T-B7105 FRU Parts

Model

Number

Part Number Picture

Power Supply FRU-PS-0230 471100000319 2000W PSU

Description

Heatsink & Cooler FRU-TH-0220 434T56600001

Rack Mounting Parts CRAL-0070 340746600010

GPU Card Holder FRU-SM-0060 452T57600001

Air Duct

Cable

FRU-TA-0090 452T57600004

FRU-CS-00850 422T42300004

FRU-CS-00860 422T57700004

FRU-CS-0330 332810000514

FRU-CS-0460 332810000515

4800RPM,120*120*38mm,4PIN fan

(FAN Q’ty 3pcs)

Heatsink

28” Slide Rail Kit

GPU card holder kit for K80

Air duct kit for GPU

2*4 pin GPU Card Power Cable,500mm

2*3 pin +2*4 pin PCIe Power Cable,500mm

A/C Power Cord, L=1800mm,US Type

A/C Power Cord, L=1800mm,EU Type

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NOTE

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Appendix VI: 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 COMPUTING TECHNOLOGY

CORPORATION can help. Besides designing innovative and quality products for over a decade, MITAC 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. MITAC also ranks high for its commitment to fast and friendly customer support through email. By offering plenty of options for users, MITAC serves multiple market segments with the industry’s most competitive services to support them.

Please feel free to contact us directly for this service at [email protected]

Help Resources:

1. See the beep codes section of this manual.

2. See the TYAN’s website for FAQ’s, bulletins, driver updates, and other information: http://www.tyan.com

3. Contact your dealer for help before calling 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 manufacturer for a Return Merchandise Authorization

(RMA) number. 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® FT48T-B7105 Service Engineer’s Manual V1.0

Document No.: D2413-100

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