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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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System Spec's and Benchmarks

Prelude to Benchmarks - Test System Configuration

Over the following page we'll be running the dual socket 604 Intel Xeon 3.06GHz processor based Tyan S2726UG5N server motherboard though PCSTATS standard set of server benchmarks. The specific details of how the Tyan S2726UG5N motherboard test system and client computers were configured for benchmarking - including the hardware, software drivers, operating system and benchmark versions - are indicated below.

Take a moment to look over PCSTATS test system configurations before moving on to the individual benchmark results on the next several pages.

Please keep in mind that this is a server motherboard review, and that's why there are only a couple of network related benchmarks.

PCSTATS Test System Configurations
Primary Test System Client Reference System #2 Client Reference System #3
Processor:

2x Intel Xeon 3.06 GHz

Intel Pentium 4 3.0C

AMD AthlonXP 2000+

Socket:

Socket 604

Socket 478

Socket A

Clock Speed: 23 x 133 MHz = 3.06 GHz 15 x 200 MHz = 3 GHz 12.5 x 133 MHz = 1.66 GHz
Chipset: Intel E7501 Intel i875P nForce 590 SLI
Motherboards:

Tyan Thunder i7501 Xtreme E7501

Gigabyte 8KNXP i875P

FIC AU11

Videocard:

ATi Rage XL

Asus Radeon 9800XT

Prolink GeForce2 MX

Memory:

2x 1GB Corsair Registered ECC PC2100

2x 256MB Corsair TwinX3200LL

2x 256MB GeIL Ultra Platinum 433

Memory Latency: 3-2-2-5 3-2-2-5 4-4-4-12
Hard Drive: 40GB Western Digital Special Ed. 40GB Western Digital Special Ed. 80GB Maxtor DiamondMax
CDROM: NEC 52x CD-ROM NEC 52x CD-ROM MSI 52x24x52x CD-RW
PowerSupply: 500W ESP PSU (EPS12V) Vantec Stealth 520W PSU Enermax 430W PSU
Heatsink:

Stock Xeon 2U heatsinks

Stock socket 478 heatsink

Athlon64 FX-62 Reference Heatsink

Software Setup:

Windows Server 2003
Intel INF 5.02.1012

Microsoft WindowsXP SP2
Intel INF 5.02.1012
Catalyst 4.4

Microsoft WindowsXP SP2
Forceware 4.24
Forceware 52.16

Benchmarks:

NetBench
WebBench

NetBench Source: E-Testing Labs

NetBench is a portable benchmark program that measures how well a file server handles file I/O requests from 32-bit Windows clients, which pelt the server with requests for network file operations. NetBench reports throughput and client response time measurements. Version 7.0.2 of NetBench answers user requests for greater disk coverage and more disk-testing flexibility. To run NetBench, you need a file server, a PC running Windows NT or Windows 2000 (called the controller) to start and monitor the tests, and clients that are running either Windows 95/98 or Windows NT/2000.

NetBench
dm_nb701 Test Throughput Ranking
Dual CPU HT Enabled 6

Dual CPU HT Disabled

6
Single CPU HT Enabled 6
Single CPU HT Disabled 6

en_dm_nb701

Throughput

Ranking

Dual CPU HT Enabled 84.62
>

Dual CPU HT Disabled

84.62
Single CPU HT Enabled 84.62
Single CPU HT Disabled

81.14

In the first two tests we see that dual CPU's with and without HT do very little to impact overall performance. We don't have enough machines in the PCStats test labs to put a real load on the Tyan 2726UGN server.

NetBench
NIC_nb701 Throughput


Dual CPU's HT Enabled

Dual CPU's HT Disabled

Single CPU HT Enabled

Single CPU HT Disabled.

It seems in the NIC_nb701 portion of Netbench there's a very small difference between one and two physical CPU's but HT does not come into play here. Remember HyperThreading technology takes advantage of the "free" execution units, if most are being used the second virtual CPU has nothing to compute with.

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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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