Begin by reading the safety information for the Intel system. Observe normal ESD precautions when installing add-in cards.
You must use tested processors , memory and hardware during the integration and operation to avoid problems that may occur.
Step 1-4: prepare your system by removing the cover, risers, air baffle and heat sink.
Step 5-6: Install the processor and the heat sink
Step 7: Install memory
Step 8-9: Installing optional components, module i / o Intel ® RMM3
Step 10: Installing the active system (product code: SR1625URSAS) components
Step 11: Install a passive system (product code: SR1625UR) components
Step 12: The installation of hard drives
Step 13: The installation of optical devices (optional)
Step 14: Install second power supply
Step 15: Installing a control panel
Step 16: The installation of the air duct
17-18 Step: Install Add-In Card (optional)
Step 19-22: finish
Step 1: Place the Intel server system on a flat antistatic to perform the procedures of previous integration.
Step 2: Remove the cover from the chassis by performing the following actions.
(A) remove the security screw.
(B) press the latch.
(C) Slide cover back and lift up.
Step 3: Remove Add-in riser card assembly holding the riser assembly with both hands and pulling it upwards.
Step 4: Remove the processor air duct, sink and spacer before installing the processor.
Step 5: Install the processor following the procedure described below. This page contains a list of processors tested .
Step 6: Install the heat sink, start with screw # 1 as shown on the moving sequentially, do not overtighten the screws.
Step 7: Install memory DIMMs. This page contains a list of tested memory . For optimal performance, we recommend a minimum of three DIMMs per CPU.
Step 8: Install the expansion module I / O (optional).
(A) squeeze the sides of the filler panel to remove the rear panel of the chassis. If you are using a socket 2 expansion module i / o, remove the filler panel according to following the procedure indicated above. If you use only one plug 1 IO expansion module current, do not remove the second blank.
(B) install the spacers as shown below.
Big (HUGE) question marks2006-01-19 13:53:45 by NoeNick
Then ... how thick is it? How much are your adding to the height of your countertops? You'd be surprised the difference an inch can make, especially if you're not 6' tall.
And ... how do they accomodate the sink and wet areas? I'd be very suspicious about mounting an undercounter sink on top of old countertops and then putting a new top over the whole thing
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