2 Replies Latest reply: Jun 24, 2010 4:27 PM by leopard RSS

S5520SC:  SC5299 versus SC5650

leopard Community Member
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The Intel documentation says that the following 2 chassis have exactly

the same dimensions.


     SC5299

     SC5650

 

The Intel documentation says that the following workstation motherboard


   S5520SC


has been verified to be compatible with the chassis, SC5650.


The form factor of S5520SC is SSI EEB (12" X 13").


I have 2 questions.


1.  Are the positions of the fasteners (for attaching the motherboard to the chassis) in the

    SC5299 identical to the positions of the fasteners in the SC5650?


2.  Can I put the S5520SC into the chassis, SC5299?


  • 1. Re: S5520SC:  SC5299 versus SC5650
    edwardzh Community Member
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    1. Ideally yes since both are SSI-EEB compliant

    2. I don't think so due to different power/thermal specification

  • 2. Using S5520SC as a uni-processor board without some power connections.
    leopard Community Member
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    The documentation for the S5520SC says that it is a dual-processor motherboard.


    Suppose that I use the board with only 1 low-power processor.  I never use the 2nd CPU slot

    and permanently leave it empty.


    I have 2 questions.


    1.  The motherboard has 4 principal connectors for connecting to the power

          supply.  The documentation identifies the following 4 connectors.

       

                   J1K3 for main power (24 pins)

                   J9A1 for CPU 1 power (8 pin)
                   J9K1 for CPU 2 power (8 pin)
                   J9K2 for P/S aux/IPMB (5 pin)

     

        Can I leave J9K1 without any connection to the power supply?


    2.  Can I leave J9K2 without any connection to the power supply?

        In other words, can the motherboard still be correctly functional

             if I leave   J9K2 without any connection to the power supply?

           

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