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Tyan Thunder i7501 Xtreme S2726UGN Rev.02 Server Motherboard Review

Tyan Thunder i7501 Xtreme S2726UGN Rev.02 Server Motherboard Review - PCSTATS
Abstract: Tyan does have a reputation for quality and stability, and the company earns its bread and butter by producing some of the best server and workstation motherboards in the market.
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Filed under: Motherboards Published:  Author: 
External Mfg. Website: Tyan Aug 15 2005   Mike Dowler  
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Motherboard Highlights

The 604-pin processor sockets of the Tyan S2726UG5N are shown here, positioned side by side on the busy motherboard surface. Single or dual Intel Xeon processors can be installed, running on a 400MHz or 533MHz front side bus. An EPS12V compatible powersupply is required.

The Tyan S2726UG5N is equipped with a integrated Adaptec AIC-7902 SCSI card that supports dual channel Ultra 320MB/s connections. There are two LVD SCSI connectors on the motherboard, each supports 15 devices. The Adaptec AIC-7902 is connected via the PCI-X bus.

The Tyan S2726UG5N includes two 64-bit 133MHz PCI-X/PCI slots (green & white) and one 32-bit PCI slot. The onboard ATI RageXL graphics chipset is shown here with its 8MB onboard memory. A standard analog video jack means video comes standard with this server motherboard.

The Intel E7501 MCH chipset shown next to the 24-pin EPS12V power connector. The Tyan S2726UG5N motherboard has six DDR memory slots, and they support up to 12GB of PC2100 ECC Registered DDR memory. Memory must be the ECC Registered type.

The Tyan S2726UG5N features no less than four 10/1000 Intel 82546-based Gigabit Ethernet network jacks. The Ethernet jacks operate on the PCI-X 133MHz bus. There is also an additional 10/100 management jack based on the Intel 82551 controller, for a total of 5 LAN ports.

The layout of PCI-X slots makes is possible to use 90 degree adaptor cards so the Tyan S2726UG5N can be installed into a 1U server chassis. The board includes two IDE, and one FDD connector.

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Contents of Article: Tyan Thunder i7501 Xtreme S2726UGN
 Pg 1.  Tyan Thunder i7501 Xtreme S2726UGN Rev.02 Server Motherboard Review
 Pg 2.  EPS12V Power and ECC Registered Memory
 Pg 3.  PC2100 DDR Memory types
 Pg 4.  PCI-X and 64-bit PCI Expansion Slots
 Pg 5.  — Motherboard Highlights
 Pg 6.  Stability and Management Software
 Pg 7.  System Spec's and Benchmarks
 Pg 8.  Benchmarks: WebBench static_mt_wb401
 Pg 9.  Benchmarks: WebBench static_wb401
 Pg 10.  Tyan is a name you can trust...

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