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Jon Steele
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sx2000 super dome

Hi,

If you have an sx2000 superdome as a test bed can you test sx1000 cpus and cell boards in it? Or can you only test sx2000 cpus and cell boards in it? I am not sure if you can go down in procs or you have to stay the same.

Thanks
Jon
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Torsten.
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Re: sx2000 super dome

Hi Jon,

the cell board itself makes (most of) the difference between sx1000 and sx2000.
Don't put a sx1000 board into a sx2000 machine or vice versa.

Hope this helps!
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Torsten.

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Jon Steele
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Re: sx2000 super dome

Thanks but can you put sx1000 cpu's on an sx2000 cell board and will that work?
Jon
Torsten.
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Re: sx2000 super dome

Hard to tell, because a CPU is not a FRU for the sx1000 (AFAIR). Most CPU types running in a sx1000 are not supported (too old) in sx2000 and vice versa (too new).

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Jon Steele
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Re: sx2000 super dome

Thank you that helps me make our decision.

Thanks
Jon
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Re: sx2000 super dome

see for Integrity

http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/11717_na/11717_na.HTML

sx2000


Intel Itanium series 9100 1.6-GHz processor (Montvale)
Intel Itanium series 9000 1.6-GHz processor (Montecito)1, 2
Intel Itanium 1.6 GHz processor (Madison 9M) (no longer offered)





sx1000 (no longer offered as new systems)


Intel Itanium 1.6 GHz processor (Madison 9M)
HP mx2 processor module based on two Intel Itanium processors (no longer offered)



for RISC:

http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/11721_na/11721_na.HTML

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