31-Watt Low Voltage Dual-Core Intel Xeon Servers Now Available From Supermicro
Supermicro has announced the availability of its new line of low-voltage Intel Xeon processor-based server solutions. Based on the Super X6DLP-4G2 and X6DLP-EG2 serverboards designed for the Dual-Core Intel Xeon Processor LV 2GHz and LV 1.66GHz with 2M L2 cache, Supermicro has introduced three new SuperServers, the 6014L-M4, 6014L-T and 6014L-M, which leverage its new line of low-power optimized chassis.
The SuperServer 6014L-M4 features the X6DLP-4G2 serverboard in a compact (less than 20-inch depth) chassis with low power consumption. Based on the E7520 chipset, this server leverages up to 16GB of ECC registered DDRII memory and supports both PCI-X and PCI-Express cards via a universal expansion slot. It also supports four hot-swappable Ultra320 SCSI drive bays with SAF-TE and has two onboard PCI-Express Gigabit LAN ports. The SuperServer 6014L-M4 is optimized for the consumer and channel market to meet end-users' demand for low-power, high-performance computing (HPC).
To round out Supermicro's new line of low-power servers, the SuperServers 6014L-T and 6014L-M are both powered by a 260-watt power supply and the X6DLP-EG2 serverboard, which is optimized for SATA or IDE hard drives. The 6014L-M, with a depth of 14 inches, is optimized for shallow racks and supports one fixed drive bay, a slim CD-ROM and two front-side USB ports. The 6014L-T supports two hot-swap SATA drive bays and comes standard with a CD-ROM and floppy drive. Like the SuperServer 6014L-M4, these two servers also feature a universal expansion slot, two PCI-Express Gigabit LAN ports and support for up to 16GB of DDRII memory.
Supermicro's lineup of low-power optimized 1U chassis products includes the SC811LF-260, SC813MS-300C, and SC512LF-260. These chassis feature improved energy-saving, low noise fans.
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