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AP1710-E1 Server System
1. Lift the socket lever and push it to
the other side.
2. Position the CPU above the socket.
Match the marked corner of the CPU
and the socket
3. Insert the CPU.
4. Push down the socket lever to
secure the CPU.
5. Apply thermal grease on top of the
CPU.
6. Install the CPU fan and heatsink.
Memory installation
15-100518750
Cable connections
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CPU installation
CAUTION
The CPU fits only in one correct orientation.
DO NOT force the CPU into the socket to
prevent bending the pins and damaging the
CPU!
CAUTION
A DDR DIMM is keyed with a notch to fit in
only one direction. DO NOT force a DIMM
into a socket to avoid damaging the DIMM.
1. Press the
retaining clips
outward.
2. Align a DIMM on the
socket by matching the
DIMM notch on the socket
break.
3. Insert the DIMM into the
socket until the retaining
clips snap back in place.
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C HDD blower removal
1. Disconnect the fan cable.
2. Loosen the thumb screw.
3. Grip the blower case, then
slide it out of the chassis.
4. Remove the two screws on
the blower case.
5. Remove the blower.
6. Refer to the User Guide for
details.
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Optical drive
1. Signal cable (to the SEC_IDE connector
on motherboard)
2. Power cable (4-pin plug from the
power supply unit)
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Chassis fan removal
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1. Disconnect the fan cable
from the motherboard.
2. Press the fan tabs, then pull
the fan out of the chassis.
3. Pull up the lock hooks of the
chassis fan case.
4. Detach the chassis fan from
the case.
5. Refer to the User Guide for
details.
1. ATX power cable (24-pin power plug
from the power supply unit)
2. Power cable (8-pin ATX 12V power
plug from the power supply unit)
3. Power supply SMBus cable
4. CPU fan cable
5. SMBus cable to the backplane
6. Parallel port module cable
7. Floppy disk drive signal cable
(to FDD signal connector)
8. Optical disk drive signal cable
(to ODD signal connector)
9. Primary IDE connector
10. Panel cable (to various chassis front
panel connectors)
11. Chassis intrusion cable
12. SATA signal cables (7-pin cables
connected to the SATA connectors
on the SATA backplane. Available on
AA4 models only.)
13. USB 2.0 cables (to USB 2.0 connector
on the front I/O board)
Motherboard
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Lower SCSI backplane
(On AS8 models with cascade configuration)
1 ~ 3. Same as upper SCSI backplane cables
4. SMBus cable (from the SMBus cable of the
upper backplane)
6. 68-pin SCSI signal cable to the SCSI connector
of the upper backplane
Upper SCSI backplane
(On AS4/AS8 models)
1. Power cables (two 4-pin power plugs
from the power supply unit)
2. 68-pin SCSI signal cable (from the SCSI card
connector)
3. HDD fan cable
4. SMBus cable (from the SMBus connector
on the motherboard)
5. SMBus cable (from the SMBus cable of the
lower SCSI backplane; for AS8 models only)
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SCSI card (On AS4/AS8 models)
1. SCSI cable (to the top 68-pin SCSI connector
on the first SCSI backplane)
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SATA backplane (On AA4 models)
1. Power cables (two 4-pin power plugs
from the power supply unit)
2. SATA signal cables (from the SATA
connectors on the motherboard.
3. HDD fan cable
NOTE: For SMBus cable, refer to item #4 of the
section “Upper SCSI backplane.”
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