special 2U riser for Thunder HEsl (S2567)?

Discussion in 'Tyan' started by Chris Winters, Feb 29, 2004.

  1. I've been reading until my eyes are fuzzier than peaches and haven't
    found a straight answer. There seem to be a number of Tyan riser cards
    for use in a 2U chassis - M2038, M2039, M2041, M2041, M2043, M2043X. And
    they seem be geared toward one or a family of boards -- I've read the
    M2038 is for the S2510 or S2518.

    But nothing includes the S2567 in a list. Does this board not support a
    riser? Does it use a generic PCI 2U riser that I'd get with any old 2U
    case? Does it require a super secret riser that nobody will discuss in

    I wouldn't even care about this but the board -- a server board! --
    somehow doesn't include onboard video...

    Thanks for any guidance.

    Chris Winters, Feb 29, 2004
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  2. Chris Winters

    squared root Guest

    That list didn't appear until after the S2567 had stopped selling in
    general distribution, so that would explain why the list doesn't show

    Have you considered buying a riser from a manufacturer other than
    Tyan? You could try a reseller like Baber, who stocks those kinds of
    cards: http://baber.com/cases/1u_2u_risercards.htm

    Just make sure that the riser you need fits the slot (e.g. if it's a
    5V PCI slot, use the riser with a 5V key, and if the slot is 3.3V, you
    need a riser with a 3.3V key).

    The S2567 has both 3.3V and 5V, plus a 2X AGP Pro slot (AGP 2.0 spec
    looks like, by the key). Hopefully this helps. Good luck with the 2U

    p.s. the S2567 is a workstation board, not a server board, because of
    the AGP and single LAN port

    squared root, Feb 29, 2004
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  3. Indeed it would.
    That's great! I guess that was part of my question -- I've had problems
    in the past (WAY past: Tomcat IV) with Tyan boards being very picky
    about what cables were used. I hoped riser cards wouldn't be the same...
    Absolutely! This is exactly what I was looking for.
    Ah, ok. I thought I'd seen it mentioned as both, but like I said I was a
    little fuzzy. And the *Server*works chipset threw me off ;-)

    Thanks a ton.

    Chris Winters, Mar 1, 2004
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