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removal of CPU from S5000VSA

Posted on 2009-05-10
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Can I just pull out a processor and fan from an Intel S5000VSA and not have majpr problems?
It is a Raid 5 box with 3ware controller.
I am at this point because of fan issues. The other sockets fan is fine.
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by:karynkoenig
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To use acoustic mode in the bios of s5000vsa do I need closed loop selected in the throttling mode? I currently have open loop selected.
Does it make a difference? My fan is driving me nuts and this is why I am adjusting. I have replaced 4 fans.
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PUNKY earned 500 total points
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First, make sure the cpu that you wanted to remove is CPU2, not 1.
You should have configuration in bios to disable CPU2 first, and then power down system and remove.
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