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Appendix A. Technical Specifications and Pinouts

This appendix contains technical specification information about your system, as follows:

System-level Specifications

Table A-1 summarizes the Altix UV 1000 system configuration ranges. Note that while each compute/memory board can house two processor sockets; each socket can support six, eight, or 10 processor “cores”.
Table A-1. Altix UV 1000 System Configuration Ranges
Processors12 processor cores (2 blades)[a]2,048 processor cores (per SSI)
Individual Rack Units (IRUs)1 per rack2 per rack
Blades per IRU2 per IRU16 per IRU
Compute/memory blade DIMM capacity8 DIMMs per blade16 DIMMs per blade
CMC units1 per IRU2 per IRU
Number of BaseIO riser enabled bladesOne per SSIOne per SSI
[a] Dual-socket blades support twelve to 20 cores per blade.

Physical Specifications

Table A-2 shows the physical specifications of the Altix UV 1000 system.
Table A-2. Altix UV 1000 Physical Specifications
Dimensions for a single 24-inch wide tall rack, including doors and side panelsHeight: 79.5 in. (201.9 cm)
Width: 31.3 in. (79.5 cm)
Depth: 43.45 in. (110. 4 cm)

Shipping dimensionsHeight: 81.25 in. (206.4 cm)
Width: 42 in. (106.7 cm)
Depth: 51 in. (129.5 cm)

Single-rack shipping weight (approximate)2,381 lbs. (1,082 kg) air cooled
2,581 lbs. (1,173 kg) water assist cooling
Single-rack system weight (approximate)2,300 lbs. (1,045 kg) air cooled
2,500 lbs. (1,136 kg) water assist cooling
Access requirements

48 in. (121.9 cm)
48 in. (121.9 cm)
18U-high Individual Rack Unit (IRU) enclosure specificationsDimensions: 30.5 in high x 24 in (flange width) wide x 29 in deep
77.5 cm high x 70 cm wide x 73.6 cm deep
Weight: ~610 lbs. (277 kg)

Note: Racks equipped with optional top-mounted Jolt (QCR) routers have an additional weight of 53 lbs. (24.1 kg) plus the weight of additional cables.

Environmental Specifications

Table A-3 lists the environmental specifications of the system.
Table A-3. Environmental Specifications
Temperature tolerance
+5 °C (41 °F) to +35 °C (95 °F) (up to 1500 m / 5000 ft.)
+5 °C (41 °F) to +30 °C (86 °F) (1500 m to 3000 m /5000 ft. to 10,000 ft.)
Temperature tolerance
-40 °C (-40 °F) to +60 °C (140 °F)
Relative humidity10% to 80% operating (no condensation)
8% to 95% non-operating (no condensation)
Heat dissipation full
Altix UV 1000 (rack)

115.6 kBTU/hr maximum (based on 33.88 kW) approximate
Cooling requirementAmbient air or optional water cooling
Air flow: intake (front), exhaust (rear)Approximately 2,800 CFM (normal operation)
Maximum altitude10,000 ft. (3,049 m) operating
40,000 ft. (12,195 m) non-operating

Power Specifications

Table A-4 shows the power specifications for the system.
Table A-4. Power Specifications
Single-phase power requirements

200-240V (180-254 VAC min/max)
50-60 Hz
33.88 kW per rack
Hold-up time16 ms
Three-phase power requirements

Total harmonic distortion

US/Japan 208V (180-254 VAC)
International 400V (312-440 VAC)
50-60 Hz
33.88 kW per compute rack
Less than 10% at full load

I/O Port Specifications

This section contains specifications and port pinout information for the base I/O ports of your system, as follows:

BaseIO VGA Port Information

The 15-pin VGA port on the baseIO blade (see Figure A-1) has the following features:
  • Server-class 2D hardware acceleration support with integrated 24-bit RAMDAC
  • Display resolution up to 1600 x 1200 @ 60Hz
  • Up to 128 Mbytes DDRII memory interface support
  • A single USB keyboard/mouse is supported by the baseIO blade connectors
The baseIO VGA interface (see Table A-5) can be used for all basic interaction with your Altix UV 100 system. Note that it does not provide a direct interconnect to the system CMC or SMN.
Figure A-1. VGA Port Pinouts
VGA Port Pinouts

Table A-5. VGA Pin Functions
Pin NumberFunction

Ethernet Port

The system auto-selects the Ethernet port speed and type (duplex vs. half-duplex) when the server is booted, based on what it is connected to. Figure A-2 shows the Ethernet port.
Figure A-2. Ethernet Port
Ethernet Port

Table A-6 shows the cable pinout assignments for the Ethernet port operating in 10/100-Base-T mode and also operating in 1000Base-T mode.
Table A-6. Ethernet Pinouts
Ethernet 10/100Base-T PinoutsGigabit Ethernet Pinouts
Pins AssignmentPins Assignment
1 Transmit +1 Transmit/Receive 0 +
2 Transmit –2 Transmit/Receive 0 –
3 Receive +3 Transmit/Receive 1 +
4 NU4 Transmit/Receive 2 +
5 NU5 Transmit/Receive 2 –
6 Receive –6 Transmit/Receive 1 –
7 NU7 Transmit/Receive 3 +
8 NU8 Transmit/Receive 3 –
NU = Not used

Serial Ports

The IRU and the optional router modules have 9-pin serial interface connectors. These ports are for console interface and are capable of transferring data at rates as high as 230 kbps. Other features of the ports include the following:
  • Programmable data, parity, and stop bits
  • Programmable baud rate and modem control
Figure A-3 shows a serial port.
Figure A-3. Serial Port Connector
Serial Port Connector

Table A-7 shows pinout assignments for the 9-pin male DB-9 connector.
Table A-7. Serial Port Pinout
1DCDData carrier detect
2RXDReceive data
3TXDTransmit data
4DTRData terminal ready
5GNDSignal ground
6DSRData set ready
7RTSRequest to send
8CTSClear to send
9RIRing indicator

USB Type A Connector

Figure A-4 shows the USB type A connector provided on the BaseIO riser blade that supports general USB applications and optional keyboard and mouse configurations.
Table A-8 lists the pin assignments for the USB type A connector.
Figure A-4. Pin Number Locations for USB Type A Connector
Pin Number Locations for USB Type A Connector

Table A-8. Pin Assignments for USB Type A Connector

SignalColorPin Number



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