Server-Tower Intel Single-CPU SC731 Silent
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This article will show you details about the Thomas Krenn Server-Tower Intel Single-CPU SC731 Silent.
Further details on BIOS versions and other Wiki articles can be found at the linked Wiki article of the motherboard.
- Server Configurator: Configurator - Server-Tower Intel Single-CPU SC731 (Ver. 3.*)
- Motherboard: Supermicro X9SCM-F Motherboard
- Chassis: SC731i-300B
- New with version 3.1:
- Intel Xeon E3-1200v2 CPUs (Codename Ivy Bridge, 22nm process technology)
- New with version 3.0:
- Supermicro Motherboard X9SCM-F
- Intel Xeon E3-1200 CPUs (Codename Sandy Bridge, 32nm process technology)
- energy-saving DDR3 ECC RAM, up to 32 GB
- 2x SATA-3 onboard ports
- 4x SATA-2 onboard ports
- Datasheet - Server-Tower Intel Single-CPU SC731 (Ver. 3.*)
- Test protocol - Server-Tower Intel Single-CPU SC731 (Ver. 3.*)
- Downloads - Server-Tower Intel Single-CPU SC731 (Ver. 3.*)
- gallery - Server-Tower Intel Single-CPU SC731 (Ver. 3.*)
- Can the same battery be used for every Motherboard? Yes, all systems use a CR2032 battery.
- Why is no Red Hat or Suse software available for this server? Thomas Krenn servers are not officially certified by Red Hat or Suse certification programs. There would be no support by Red Hat or Suse in case of issues with the operating system.
- What is the recommended ambient temperature and air humidity for this system? The recommended ambient temperature is between 20-22 degrees celsius, the max. air humidity 40%.
- Is it possible to use a 3Ware 9690 RAID controller in a server system with a X9SCM-F motherboard? No, in our tests such a system ran very slow, and the RAID controller reported "Drive Timeouts".
- Is it possible to install a Desktop Operating System on a Thomas Krenn Server? Desktop Operating Systems get not tested, as we do not support running them on Thomas Krenn servers. A proper operating is not guaranteed. An installation of a Desktop Operating System on a Thomas Krenn is at one's own risk and not supported by Thomas Krenn.
- Is it possible to use the dedicated IPMI NIC as a normal NIC visible to the operating system? No, this dedicated NIC port can only be used for remote management purposes.
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