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Tyan Tiger i7520SD S5365 Preview

Michael Larabel

Published on 11 June 2006
Written by Michael Larabel
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After looking at the Tyan Tempest i5000XL yesterday, today we are featuring a small preview of the Tiger i7520SD S5365. Rather than taking the Woodcrest LGA-771 route, the Tiger i7520SD features the Lindenhurst Chipset and wields dual mPGA479 sockets for use with Intel's Xeon LV Sossaman processors. Other features for the S5365 consist of ATI ES1000 integrated graphics, dual PCI Express x8 slots, Tyan TARO support, triple networking ports, and support for up to 16GB of registered DDR2-400 memory. The motherboard is also designed for 1U environments with optimal airflow and thermal advantages.

Unlike the Tyan Tempest i5000XL S2692 that we had begun to look at yesterday, the Tiger i7520SD that we received does appear to be the retail version, and was not a pre-production model. Opening up the packaging, the included accessories was a single IDE-133 ribbon cable, two Serial ATA cables, one S5365 user's manual, one quick reference guide, one driver CD, and one I/O shield. Below are Tyan's specifications for the Tiger i7520SD.

Processor
· Two mPGA479 sockets support Intel Xeon
· Sossaman (Dual Core) processors; 667MHz FSB
· 2M L2, up to 1.67GHz (LV); 2.0GHz and 2.33GHz

Chipset
· Intel E7520 memory controller Hub
· Intel 6300ESB I/O controller Hub

Memory
· Dual channel memory bus (must populate in pair)
· (8) Eight DDR-II 240-pin DIMM sockets
· Supports up to 16GB of reg. DDR2-400 memory
· Supports ECC/Non-ECC memory

Integrated LAN Controller
· Intel 82551QM PCI bus; single port FE controller
· Intel 82571EB Dual Port GbE controller

Integrated Video
· ATI ES1000 graphics controller
· 16MB Frame Buffer of video memory

Storage
· Two 1.5Gb SATA ports supported by South Bridge
· IDE supported by South Bridge

System Management
· Five 3-pin fan headers with control and tachometer monitoring
· Monitors voltage for CPU, memory, and PS
· CPU temperature & environment monitoring
· Pin headers for Fault LED, Power/Suspend LED, and HDD activity LED
· Chassis intrusion detection
· Watchdog timer supported

BIOS
· Phoenix BIOS on 8Mbit flash ROM
· Supports ACPI 2.0
· Supports boot from USB device
· WOL & PXE supported (by Intel 82551QM only)
· Power-on mode control for AC power loss recovery

Form Factor
· ATX (12" x 9.6"; 305mm x 248mm)

Regulatory
· FCC Class B (Declaration of Conformity)
· European Community CE

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