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694708-225 Intel dual CPU Motherboard

Can you please help me with any info and manual for a... 694708-225 Intel dual CPU Motherboard  

 

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Dave

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  • 995225 Oct 12, 2007

    Thanks for your feedback . but it was really the tip of the iceberg, so to speak..



    Ok.. here goes I will try to give you an overview of what I am trying to achieve..



    I recently got my hands on a Cacheflow 3000 server, real cheap and was wanting to remove the existing internals (N440BXserver board) and install my exsisting server board (SUPER P4DC6+ dual xenon board)..which I have been getting parts together for quite a while now…. problem is its power config is 24 + 8 + 4 pin , and the Cachflow 3000 only has a 20 pin and a 14 pin (non atx) config.. does anyone know how to mod this to work with the xenon board.. as i have searched everywhere for a solution...


    If you need any more information.. just let me know..


     


    Dave 


     

  • 995225 Oct 12, 2007

    i was wanting to use the 2 redundant hotswap PSU's that are already in the cachflow case, as i have already powered up the xenon board with a spare 600w atx psu and installed the os on my scsi raid array..

  • 995225 Oct 12, 2007

    that will solve the 20 pin issue.. but.. the PSU's wont fire up... i need to trigger them in some way... as on the intel board thats in the case at the moment there is a 14pin (i think) connector that is maked as "aux power" that believe is some sort of PSU monitoring conector.. .. does that make any sence..? or am i rambling... again.. (been known to sometimes)

  • 995225 Oct 12, 2007

    yes there is a manual switch on the front of the case, but on the 20 pin cable that plugs into the existing board, the pwr-on (green) wire is not there.. which was the thing that got me all confused, as i was thinking that it used the other connector to power up..

  • 995225 Oct 12, 2007

    yup.. that aux power connector goes to the backplate.. there must be a way to wire that to boot the PSU's..

  • 995225 Oct 12, 2007

    ok.. have you got an email..?

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Good news :) You have a Intel® N440BX Server Board and All information regarding this board is available at intel's website.

Main Link

That particular board supports all the P3 chips.

Here is a link to Drivers, and stuff :)
Drivers Link

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    Charles Fields Oct 12, 2007

    You defiantly need to buy a new power supply, even if you could mod the old one, you wouldn't want to. The PSU 12v rails would never hold up to the xeon power requirements. You would just slowly burn up that fancy board :)

    Are you wanting to just use that cute little case? Or maybe your hoping the cacheflow software will work with your new xeon?

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    Charles Fields Oct 12, 2007

    Well ok then ;)

    Here is a link to a AT to ATX power converter :)
    Linkage

    I guess that is what you want?

  • Charles Fields
    Charles Fields Oct 12, 2007

    No its just the standard AT power connector of the day. As for the PSU, you should have a manual power switch with those. If not, you can connect the green wire in the 14pin connector to ground, and it should fire up.

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    Charles Fields Oct 12, 2007

    Nope, should be that front power connector. It should wire right into the PSU's However with redundant PSU's i donno for sure :) They should plug into a backplane. And the backplane into your board.

  • Charles Fields
    Charles Fields Oct 12, 2007

    Any chance you can take a picture of that. If the AUX connector doesnt connect to the backplane, then i'm unsure of what you have.. :)

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    Charles Fields Oct 12, 2007

    FTP Link to PDF

    Yep, not what i though we were talking about. You can mount your own power switch. Just mod the connector.

    Page 97 of that PDF explians all the wires.

    Looks like pin 9 and 7 would be the wires you need to connect to get power :)

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    Charles Fields Oct 14, 2007

    Can you change the best solution on this?

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best regards & best of luck..

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