Wednesday 1 April 2009

Intel SR1625UR 1U Dual Xeon 5500 Series Configuration

The image looked good in Windows Live Writer when putting together yesterday’s post on the new Intel 5500 Series Xeons and related components (previous blog post).

But, I see now that the Intel Server Configurator screenshot turned out to be quite illegible.

So, there is that server configuration:


Part Number

MM #


Intel® Server System SR1625UR (1U Passive Backplane) SR1625URNA (Includes power cord for North America) and R1625UR 901132 (power cord included) or 900986 1
Intel® Xeon® Processor X5560 (Heat Sink not included) BX80602X5560 901026 2
SR1625 Standard front panel accessory kit ASR1625FP 900991 1
Quad port GbE I/O module AXX4GBIOMOD2 901359 1
Intel® Remote Management Module 3 AXXRMM3 900961 1
Intel® RAID Controller SRCSASJV (8 internal/external SAS/SATA ports, up to 1GB cache) SRCSASJV 892602 1
AXXRSBBU3 Intel® RAID Smart Battery Backup Module (Use with Intel® Integrated Server RAID) AXXRSBBU3 900954 1
Black Bezel (Standard Control Panel) ASR1550BEZ 879406 1
Full extending Rail Kit AXXHERAIL2 901082 1
RJ45 To DB9 Cable AXXRJ45DB92 881944 1
650W Hot-Swap power supply module ASR1625PS 901016 1
2.5" Hard Drive Carrier FXX25HDDCAR 881681 2

Intel SR1625UR 1U 8 x 2.5” SAS Configuration

The above configuration would be implemented with the Hyper-V Role set up on Server Core where the VMs would have high load performance requirements.

Note that there are a few typos in the actual Server Configurator results. Make sure to verify the part numbers with distribution. We corrected the mistakes in the above grid.

Philip Elder
Microsoft Small Business Specialists
Co-Author: SBS 2008 Blueprint Book

*All Mac on SBS posts will not be written on a Mac until we replace our now missing iMac! (previous blog post)

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