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Jumper settings for Proliant 3000 400mhz cpu after upgrade

Rob_213
Occasional Contributor

Jumper settings for Proliant 3000 400mhz cpu after upgrade

Hi,

Im running a 333mhz cpu with 512cache on my Proliant 3000 model 56022.

I have got a 400mhz PII processor and compatiable VRM ( part no 313612-B21 )

I need to know the correct jumper settings to get it to run at 400mhz, ive installed it and its running at the old clock speed of 333mhz with the following jumper positions:

1. ON
2. ON
3. OFF
4. OFF
5. ON
6. OFF
7. OFF
8. OFF

Please advise correct settings.

Rob.
5 REPLIES
Vijay_44
Honored Contributor

Re: Jumper settings for Proliant 3000 400mhz cpu after upgrade

I don't think the 333 sys board supports the 400 processor. The 400 processor system bord has the following spare part number
System I/O Board with Subpan - 306561-001

which board do you have?
There’s your problem!!! This thing is set to EVIL!
JohnWRuffo
Honored Contributor

Re: Jumper settings for Proliant 3000 400mhz cpu after upgrade

Rob:
Your model does not list a setting for a 400MHz... that said, the newer model shows the following:
1. On
2. Off
3. On
4. On
5. Off
6. Off

I would guess SW 7 & 8 would be off.

Give that a try?
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Brian_Murdoch
Honored Contributor

Re: Jumper settings for Proliant 3000 400mhz cpu after upgrade

Rob,

There are two or three different system boards for the PII and PII/PIII Proliant 3000 models. You appear to have the older system board which only supports PII 300 and 333Mhz CPU's running at 66Mhz clock speed. The other system boards support 350 to 600Mhz CPU's running at 100Mhz bus speed and have a completely different layout.

You can't achieve what you are trying since the 400Mhz CPU can't be clocked at 100Mhz on the older style board.

To confirm that you have the older model, your system serial number should have the centre 4 alpha-numberic charaters BX61(Tower)or BX62(Rack) 333Mhz models.

I know it probably isn't what you wanted to learn however it better to find this out than possibly damage your currently working system.

Regards,

Brian
Rob_213
Occasional Contributor

Re: Jumper settings for Proliant 3000 400mhz cpu after upgrade

Hi PPl,

Thanks Brian, do you know where i can find the serial number on the unit to confirm this ?

Rob.
Prashant (I am Back)
Honored Contributor

Re: Jumper settings for Proliant 3000 400mhz cpu after upgrade

Hi,

It would be at the back of server 10 or 12 digit number.

Regards,
Prashant S.
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