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Failure to use the proper power supply for this Intel® Server Board can result in system failure, inoperability, and possible damage to system components.
Many 3rd party chassis manufacturers are shipped as Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor–ready supporting the additional +12 volt requirements. The chassis power supply is equipped with one 20-pin main power cable and one 4-pin +12 volt processor cable. The Intel® Entry Server Board SE7210TP1-E is shipped with one main power and one +12 volt processor power connectors.
Can I use a power supply with one 20-pin main power connector and one 4-pin +12 volt processor power connectors with the Intel® Entry Server Board SE7210TP1-E?
Yes. Connect the 20-pin main power cable from the power supply into the first 20 pins of the main power connector of the Intel® Server Board. Connect the 4-pin +12 volt processor cable to the first 4 pins of the +12 volt processor power connector.
|Be sure to consider power requirements before using any power supply. The power supply should have the current capacity of +3.3, +5, and +12 volts to support the Intel® Server Board, processor, memory, and all peripherals used in your server.