on the Tyan S2915
As I understand
it 'Marketing' has decided to drop the K9WE Name.
Tyan is still using the Thunder name.
This page will be updated dally as information is
- First K9WE
speed test - Discussion in forum.
Another test - A
the S2915 as assembled by HP and an Intel system.
the horizon - the S2915 has problems.
Well it has been out a while but the BIOS is not
All 2000 Series Opteron Socket F.
Summaries not complete, click for PDF.
This is the most fun one. imagine
quad sockets with quad cores.
Quad Opteron, 2 PCIx 16 with 16 links, 2 PCIx 16 with
4 links, 1 PCI 32 Bit 33 MHz..
nVidia Chipset, on board video. 2 ATA-133, 8 SATA
at 3Gbs, Raid 0,1.
Dual Opteron, 2 PCIx 16 with 8 links, 3 PCI-X 64 Bit
133/100 MHz, 1 PCI 32 Bit 33 MHz.
1 PCI-X Tyan Tyro, Broadcom chipset, on board video,
1 ATA-133, 4 SATA at 1.5Gbs, Raid 0,1,5,10.
Dual Opteron, 1 PCI-X 64 Bit 133/100 MHz, 4 PCI 32
Bit 33 MHz.
Broadcom chipset, 1 Tyan Tyro SO-DIMM, 1 ATA-133,
4 SATA at 1.5Gbs, Raid 0,1,5,10.
Dual Opteron, 21PCIx 16 with 16 links, PCIx 16 with 8 links, 3 PCI
32 Bit 33 MHz.
nVidia Chipset, 21ATA-133, 6 SATA at 3Gbs, Raid 0,1,5,JBOD
not released S2915
Dual 1207 pin sockets
5 phase VRM power converters.
nVidia chipset NPF3050 & NPFf3060
Eight Memory slots up to 32GB DDR2
At 400, 533 and 667 speed
Four PCI x16 slots
(quad SLI anyone OR quad dual SLI)
2 at x16, 2at x8
OR with 4 Quadro NVS 440 you can have 16 monitors
Two PCI-X at 100Mhz OR One at 133Mhz (this is PCI-X
10 USB 2.0
2 Firewire 1394a
Eight SAS ports (SAS ports can use SATA drives)
(you could have 14
SATA drives if you wish)
Most of the other stuff
is the same as on the K8WE. BUT it looks like Tyan
listened to the negative points on the reviews and
fixed them for the K9WE