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HP Kayak XU800 PC Workstation
Technical Information
This section provides technical information about your
PC Workstation.
Features
Feature:
Description:
System Board
Extended-ATX with a dimension of 12.8-inch x 11.4-inch.
Microprocessor
All models have support for up to two Intel Pentium® III processor with
either a i256 KB.
For Processor 1, a VRM (Voltage Regulator Module) is integrated on
the system board, while there is a VRM socket for a second processor,
if one is installed.
Cache Memory
(integrated in processor
package)
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Internal CPU Clock Rate
External Processor Bus
533 MHz, 600 MHz, 667 MHz, 733 MHz, 800 MHz and higher.
133 MHz Front Side Bus.
Chipset
Intel® Chipset (I840) including, Input/Output Controller Hub (ICH),
PCI 64-bit Hub (P64H), FirmWare Hub (FWH) and Memory Repeater
Hub (MRH-S) for SDRAM support.
Super I/O Chip
NS 87364.
BIOS (Basic Input/Output
System)
Based on the core of AMIBIOS, including:
Firmware - BIOS
Flash EEprom: Intel’s Firmware hub concept.
HP MaxiLife Utility
(available on all models)
Hardware monitoring utility that monitors system components via the
I2C bus and a LCD status panel.
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Level-One: 16 KB code, 16 KB data.
Level-Two: i256 KB.
4 M/bits of flash memory.
Support for PCI 2.2 Specification.
Support for RDRAM or SDRAM memory modules.
Features
Feature:
Description:
Operating System
All models are preloaded with Windows NT® 4.0 SP5.
Main Memory
Models include either:
Maximum amount of
memory that can be
installed is:
2 GB (4 x 512 MB).
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Mass Storage
Four RIMM sockets supporting RDRAM ECC memory modules
installed in pairs. Any unused RIMM sockets must contain a
continuity module.
Models are supplied with either 128 MB or 256 MB RDRAM ECC
main memory installed in pairs.
Memory upgrades are available in pairs of: 128 MB, 256 MB or 512
MB RDRAM ECC modules.
Four DIMM sockets supporting SDRAM 100 MHz ECC memory
modules installed in pairs. Models are supplied with 128 MB of
SDRAM unbuffered ECC main memory.
Memory upgrades are available in 32 MB, 64 MB, 128 MB,
256 MB or 512 MB unbuffered 100 MHz ECC SDRAM modules.
Seven shelves supporting:
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Two front-access, third-height 3½-inch (one for the floppy disk
drive and one free) (height 1”);
Three front-access, half height, 5¼-inch drives (height 1.0”);
Possibility to install a 3½-inch hard disk drive in one of the
5¼-inch shelves.
Two internal 3½-inch hard disk drives (height 1.0”).
SCSI Controller
SCSI Ultra 160m controller:
Adaptec® AIC-7892 Ultra-Wide 16-bit integrated SCSI controller
(160 MB/s).
The internal SCSI connectors allows for up to five internal devices to be
connected. Additional devices can be added outside the PC Workstation
by connecting directly to the rear panel SCSI connector. The external
connector allows up to ten external devices to be connected. This gives
a maximum of 15 (internal + external) devices that can be connected.
IDE Controller
All models include an integrated Ultra ATA-66 controller that supports
up to four IDE devices.
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Features
Feature:
Video Controllers
Description:
Models include either:
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Accessory Card Slots
ELSA GLoria Synergy® II AGP video controller with 32 MB of
installed SGRAM video memory (maximum configuration).
Matrox® Millennium G250 AGP video controller with
8 MB SGRAM video memory which can be upgraded to 16 MB.
Matrox Millennium G400-Dual monitor AGP video controller with
16 MB SGRAM video memory (maximum configuration).
3Dlabs Oxygen® GVX1, 32 MB SGRAM video memory (maximum
configuration).
All models haves:
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One Universal AGP PRO 4X 50 W 32-bit slot. The AGP bus provides
a high performance graphics interface.
• Three 32-bit 33 MHz PCI slots1 1, 2 and 5 (5 V).
❒ PCI slot 5 is Alert-On LAN (AOL) ready.
• Two 64-bit 66 MHz PCI slots 3 and 4 (3.3 V).
A majority of the configurations are delivered with PCI slots 1 to 4
vacant.
LAN Card
All models are supplied with an HP 10/100BT PCI Ethernet Adapter LAN
card installed in PCI slot 5, supporting Wake-On LAN (WOL) and PCI 2.2
Specification.
CD-ROM Drive
Models include either an IDE 48X CD-ROM, CD-RW drive or DVD drive.
Audio
Integrated on the system board CSA4280 audio PCI chip and AC97
Codec (CS4297) audio.
HP UltraFlow Cooling
System
Cooling system with multiple temperature-regulated fans to optimize
cooling. Alert reporting to MaxiLife and TopTools.
1. All five PCI slots comply with the PCI Specification 2.2.
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Features
Feature:
Description:
System Board
Connectors
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Rear Panel Connectors
(color coded)
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One flexible disk drive connector
Two ATA-66 IDE connectors (for up to four IDE devices)
One 16-bit U-160SCSI connector and one SCSI terminator.
The SCSI cable is routed from the SCSI connector on the system
board (located near the system switches) to the SCSI devices inside
the chassis, onto an onboard SCSI terminator (behind the
processor), and finally onto the external SCSI connector on the rear
panel. The onboard SCSI terminator is automatically deactivated
when an external device is attached.
• One CD-IN audio connector
• AUX connector
• Internal speaker connector
• One WOL connector
• One status panel connector
• Two power supply connectors that must be connected
• Two fan connectors (one for the PCI fan, and one for the rear fan)
• One battery socket
The system board layout with all connectors can be found on page 11.
9-pin serial (two, buffered)
❒ Standard: Two UART 16550 buffered serial ports
(both RS-232-C).
❒ Serial Ports A and B: 2F8h (IRQ 3), 2E8h (IRQ 3),
3F8h (IRQ 4), 3E8h (IRQ 4), or Off—
(if one port uses 2xxh, the other port must use 3xxh).
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Dual USB connectors
External 16-bit U160m SCSI connector
Audio
❒ Joystick/Dual MIDI connector
❒ LINE IN jack (3.5 mm)
❒ LINE OUT jack (3.5 mm)
❒ MIC IN jack (3.5 mm)
Keyboard/Mouse
❒ HP enhanced keyboard with mini-DIN connector
❒ HP enhanced scrolling mouse with mini-DIN connector
25-pin parallel connector
❒ Mode: Centronics or bidirectional modes (ECP/EPP)
❒ Parallel port: 1 (378h, IRQ 7), 2 (278h, IRQ 5), or Off.
Features
Physical Characteristics (standard configuration)
Characteristics:
Description:
Weight (excl. keyboard and display)
14.4 kilograms (31.68 pounds).
Dimensions
47.0 cm max. (D) by 21,0 cm (W) by 49.0 cm (H)
(18.50 inches by 8.26 inches by 19.29 inches).
Footprint
0.09 m2 (1.06 sq ft).
Storage temperature
-40 °C to 70°C (-40 °F to 158 °F).
Storage humidity
8% to 85% (relative).
Operating temperature
10 °C to 35 °C (50 °F to 95 °F).
Operating humidity
15% to 85% (relative).
Power supply
Input voltage: 100 - 127, 200 - 250 V (switch select)
Input frequency: 50/60 Hz
Maximum output power: 300 W continuous
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System Specifications
System Specifications
Power Consumption Information
The power consumption and acoustics given in the below table is valid
for a standard configuration as shipped (one processor, 256 MB of
memory, 300 W power supply, one hard disk drive, video card, LAN
card).
All infomation in this section is based on primary power consumptions.
Acoustic noise emission (as defined ISO 7779):
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Operating
Operating with hard disk access
Operating with floppy disk access
Power consumption - Windows NT:
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1.
Operating with input/output (disk access)
Operating without input/output (idle)
Off with LAN card
Sound Power
Sound Pressure
LwA <= 43.9 dB
LwA <= 44.9 dB
LwA <= 46.7 dB
LpA <= 30.8 dB
LpA <= 31.8 dB
LpA <= 33.6 dB
115 V / 60 Hz
230 V / 50 Hz
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85.5 W - 291.7 Btu/h
75.8 W - 258.6 Btu/h
4.2 W - 14.3 Btu/h
84.5 W - 288.3 Btu/h
77.2 W - 263.4 Btu/h
4 W - 13.6 Btu/h
1 W = 3.4121 Btu/h
Component:
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NOTE
Processor:
SCSI HDD with access:
SCSI HDD with no access:
PCI card:
50 W
23 W
16 W
10 W - 36 W
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170.6 Btu/h
78.4 Btu/h
54.5 Btu/h
34.1 Btu/h - 122.8 Btu/h
When the computer is turned off with the power button on the front
panel, the power consumption falls below 5 Watts, but is not zero. The
special on/off method used by these computers considerably extends
the lifetime of the power supply. To reach zero power consumption in
“off” mode, either unplug the power outlet or use a power block with a
switch.
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System Specifications
Maximum Loads Available for Accessory Slots
PCI Accessory Slots
The maximum supported power consumption per slot is 25W, either
from the 5V or the 3.3V supply and must respect the electrical
specifications of the PCI 2.2 specification. Total power consumption for
the PCI slots must not exceed 75W.
If the total power consumption used in the PCI/AGP slots exceeds 75W,
the BIOS will display a warning during the boot sequence.
There are five PCI slots on the system board:
• Three 32-bit 33 MHz PCI slots 1, 2 and 5, accepting 5 V PCI cards
and Universal PCI cards (support for 3.3 V or 5 V).
• Two 64-bit 66 MHz PCI slots 3 and 4, supports 3.3 V PCI cards
and Universal PCI cards (support for 3.3 V or 5 V).
The following table shows the various PCI board installations for the
different PCI slots:
PCI Card
5 V
PCI Slot
1.
2.
3.
4.
3.3 V
Universal
(3.3 V or 5 V compatible)
32-bit/
33 MHz
64-bit/
33 MHz
32-bit/
33 MHz or 66 MHz
64-bit/
33 MHz or 66 MHz
Slots 1, 2 & 5
5 V,
32-bit/33 MHz
yes
yes1
not supported
not supported
Slots 3 and 4
3.3 V,
64-bit/66 MHz
not
supported
not
supported
32-bit/
33 MHz or 66 MHz
64-bit/
33 MHz or 66 MHz
yes
yes2
yes1
yes1,2
33 MHz
66MHz
33 MHz
66 MHz
33 MHz
66 MHz
33 MHz
66 MHz
yes3,4
yes4
yes3
yes
yes3,4
yes4
yes3
yes
A 64-bit card can be installed in a 32-bit slot. However, this card will only operate in 32-bit mode.
A 66 Mhz card can be installed in a 33 MHz slot. However, this card will only operate in 33 MHz mode.
A 33 MHz card can be installed in a 66 MHz slot, However, the card will operate in 33 MHz mode and will force all other PCI devices to operate at
33 MHz as well.
A 32-bit card can be installed in a 64-bit slot without preventing other 64-bit PCI devices to operate in 64-bit mode.
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System Specifications
If a standard AGP (Accelerated Graphic Port) card is installed in the
AGP PRO slot, the maximum power consumption for the PCI accessory
and AGP slot must not exceed 75 W.
If an AGP PRO card (>25 W and ≤50 W) is installed, then the PCI slot 1
is made inaccessible as defined in the AGP PRO specification (PCI slot
must be left unoccupied to provide its sources in terms of cooling and
electrical power to the AGP PRO card.
AGP PRO Slot
The AGP PRO slot is a Universal-type connector which provides power
through 3.3 V, 12 V or 5 V power rails with a maximum allocated power
consumption of 50 W. If this power consumption is exceeded, MaxiLife
reports an error and prevents the PC Workstation from powering on.
It provides an AGP 4x interface which is fully compliant with the AGP
specification revision 2.0. The universal AGP PRO slot supports AGP
1x and 2x modes (uses 3.3 V or 1.5 V signals), and AGP 4x mode
(1.5 V signalling).
AGP Video Card1
1.5 V
Universal
3.3 V
Supported operation
in the Universal AGP
PRO Slot
≤ 25 W
≤ 50 W
≤ 25 W
≤ 50 W
≤ 25 W
≤ 50 W
AGP1x2
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
AGP2x2
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
2
AGP4x
yes
yes
yes
yes
no
no
PCI-type
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
1.
AGP PRO video cards are supported up to 50 W.
2.
With or without sideband addressing.
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System Specifications
IRQs, DMAs, and I/O Addresses Used by Your PC Workstation
The IRQ, DMA, and I/O address mappings shown here are for a basic
configuration. The resources used by your PC Workstation may vary,
depending on which accessory boards are bundled with the
PC Workstation. Resources are allocated by the system BIOS or the
Plug and Play operating system.
IRQs used by
PC Workstation
IRQ0
IRQ1
IRQ2
IRQ3
IRQ4
IRQ5
IRQ6
IRQ7
IRQ8
IRQ9
IRQ10
IRQ11
IRQ12
IRQ13
IRQ14
IRQ15
System timer
Keyboard controller
Free
COM2, COM4
COM1, COM3
Free
Flexible disk drive controller
LPT1
Real-time clock
Free
Free
Free
Mouse
Not connected
Integrated IDE controller (primary)
Integrated IDE controller (secondary)
DMAs used by
PC Workstation
DMA 0
DMA 1
DMA 2
DMA 3
DMA 4
DMA 5
DMA 6
DMA 7
Capture
Playback
Flexible disk drive controller
LPT ECP
Cascade
free
free
free
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System Specifications
I/O Addresses used by PC
Workstation
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0000 - 000F
0020 - 0021
002E - 002F
0040 - 0043
0060, 0064
0061
0070
0070 - 0071
0080
0081 - 0083,
008F
0092
00A0 - 00A1
00C0 - 00DF
00F0 - 00FF
0130 - 013F
0170 - 0177
01F0 - 01F7
0200
0220 - 0232
0278 - 027F
02E8 - 02EF
02F8 - 02FF
0330 - 0331
0372 - 0377
0378 - 037A
0388 - 038B
03B0 - 03DF
03E8 - 03EF
03F0 - 03F5
03F6
03F7
03F8 - 03FF
04D0 - 04D1
0678 - 067B
0778 - 077B
0CF8 - 0CFF
8000
8400
8800
DMA controller 1
Master interrupt controller
Configuration registers
Timer 1
Keyboard controller
Port B (speaker, NMI status and control)
Bit 7: NMI mask register
RTC and CMOS
Manufacturing port (POST card)
DMA low page register
PS/2 reset and Fast A20
Slave interrupt controller
DMA controller 2
Coprocessor error
Free (IDE secondary channel)
IDE primary channel
LPT 2
Serial port 4 (COM4)
Serial port 2 (COM2)
Free (Secondary flexible disk drive)
LPT1
VGA
COM3
Flexible disk drive controller
IDE primary channel
Flexible disk drive controller
COM1
Interrupt edge/level control
LPT2 ECP
LPT1 ECP
PCI configuration space
Power Management I/O space
ACPI Registers
MBus I/O space
System Board Connectors
System Board Connectors
The following diagram shows where the different chips and connectors
are located on the E-ATX system board.
Fan CPU 1c
SCSI Termination
Connector
Battery Backup
Unitc
AUX Power
Power Supply
Mouse (upper) &
Keyboard (lower)
FDD
Two USB
Processor 1 Connector
Serial Port A
Serial Port B
(Both ports are stacked
with the Parallel Port)
Midi & Audio
Memory Expansion Card
Card Connectors- J22
Connectors
Processor 2 Connector
Rear Fan
Line Out
Line In
MIC
Fan
CPU2c
Anti-Intrusionb
Memory Controller Hub
(MCH) 8284O-QP
Input/Output Controller
Hub (ICH) 82801AA
One AGP 4x Slot
PCI Slot 1
(32-bit 33 MHz, 5V)
PCI Slot 2
(32-bit 33 MHz, 5V)
Super I/O NS 87364 Chip
MaxiLife - Status Panel
Primary IDE
VRM for socket
CPU 2
HDD Temperature
Sensor
Battery
PCI Fan
CD-ROM Audio In
AUX Audio In
Internal Speaker
Internal SCSI U160
Connector to
Internal Devices
CSA4280 Audio PCI chip
PCI Slot 5
(32-bit 33 MHz, 5V)
Secondary IDE
Adaptec 7892 SCSI
U160 Controller
PCI Slot 4
Wake-On Lan
PCI 64-bit Hub
FirmWare Hub
(64-bit 66 MHz, 3.3V)
(WOL)c
(P64H)
Controller (FWH)
PCI Slot 3 (64-bit 66
Additional SCSI
82802AB
MHz, 3.3V)
LED Connectord
Configuration
Switchesa
a. Refer to “System Board Switches” on page 12 or the Switch Block Label located on the chassis of the system box for the different system
board switch settings.
b. Connector for the Anti-Intrusion switch.
c. Optional.
d. Connector for additional control of HDD LED on the status panel through the SCSI controller on a PCI add-on card.
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System Board Switches
System Board Switches
There are ten system board switches used for configuration, numbered
from 1 to 10. Of these a certain number are reserved and should not be
modified, otherwise it could lead to a system failure.
Switch
Default
Position
1
UP
Enables normal mode.
DOWN enables the BIOS recovery mode at next boot.
2
UP
Reserved. Do Not change Default Setting
3
UP
Enables User and System Administrator passwords.
DOWN clears the passwords at next boot.
4
UP
Retains CMOS memory.
DOWN clears CMOS memory at next boot.
5
UP
6
DOWN
To Configure:
Reserved 5-6. Do Not change Default Settings
7
Enables keyboard power-on.
UP disables this option.
DOWN
Switch Boxes
8
DOWN
9
DOWN
10
UP
Reserved 8-10. Do Not change Default Settings
There are two types of system board switch boxes that may be used on
the HP Kayak XU800 PC Workstation.
or
OFF = OPEN ON = CLOSED
OPEN = UP CLOSED = DOWN
Default Configuration
OPEN = UP
CLOSED = DOWN
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X
8
7
6
X X X X
5 4 3
X X X
2 1
X X
Configuring Your Network Connection
Configuring Your Network Connection
You need to use the PC Workstation’s Setup program to change the
integrated Ethernet interface settings. To access the Setup program,
Press
while the initial “Kayak” logo is displayed immediately after
restarting the PC Workstation.
The following table summarizes which network options you can set
using the Setup program. To
Network Setup Items1
Where to find in Setup
Enable your PC Workstation to be started (booted
and logged on) from the network.
In the Security menu, go to the Boot Devices
Security submenu (described below).
Enable remote power-on of your PC Workstation.
In the Power menu, enable the Integrated
Network item.
From “Suspend Wakeup” mode, enable your PC
Workstation to return to full power when a
command is received by the integrated network
interface.
In the Power menu, enable the Network
Interface item.
Determine boot device priority.
In the Boot menu, select the Boot Device
Priority list item.
1.
For full information on setting up your network, refer to the online Network Administrator’s
Guide preloaded onto your PC Workstation.
Controlling the Network Security Features
The Security Features allow you to enable starting from the network if
you want the PC Workstation to start from a LAN server.
To enable starting from the network:
1 Press
while the initial “Kayak” logo is displayed immediately
after restarting the PC Workstation to access the Setup program.
Use the
or
key to select the Boot menu.
2 Check that Option ROM is enabled on the PCI 5 (Advance PCI5).
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Configuring Your Network Connection
3 Highlight the line 1st Device and press
option to Lan.
or
to change the
To disable boot options:
1 Press
while the initial “Kayak” logo is displayed immediately
after restarting the PC Workstation to access the Setup program.
Use the
or
key to select the Security menu.
2 Press
to go to the Start From Floppy line. Press
to change the option to Disabled.
or
3 Press
to go to the Start From CD-ROM line. Press
to change the option to Disabled.
or
4 Press
to go to the Start From HDD line. Press
change the option to Disabled.
or
to
5 Save your changes and exit.
To obtain further information and assistance, refer to the online help in
the Setup program.
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