Processor Upgrade HP Integrity rx2600 server HP workstation zx6000 This document explains how to: ■ Add a second processor ■ Upgrade processor(s) from 900Mhz or 1GHz to 1.3 MHz or 1.5 Mhz To remove or replace the processor, you must: 1.
Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI) first line of the output lists the firmware versions. For instructions on using the EFI, see “Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI)” in Chapter 3 of the hp rx2600/zx6000 Operation and Maintenance Guide. ■ MP card firmware version 2.10 or higher Connect to the MP through the console.
2. Install the firmware upgrade following the CD or download instructions. info fw 3. Execute the upgrade was successful. zx6000 workstation EFI command to confirm that the . Navigate to the Integrity...
Read Safety Warnings WARNING: To remove or replace a processor, you must: Å Power off the system. Unplug the system power cord from the AC power outlet. WARNING: Avoiding Electrical Shocks. To avoid electrical shock, Å do not open the power supplies. There are no user-serviceable parts inside.
Follow Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) Precautions To prevent damage to this system, observe all of the following ESD precautions while performing the system parts removal/ replacement procedures: ■ Work on a static-free mat. ■ Wear a static strap to ensure that any accumulated electrostatic charge is discharged from your body to ground.
Remove the Old Processor 1. Turn off the system, disconnect all power and external cables and remove the system cover(s). 2. Remove the processor airflow guide and cables. 3. Unscrew the processor power pod mounting screws (1) and disconnect the module from its processor by sliding it toward the back of the system chassis (2).
5. Disconnect the power cable for the processor turbo fan. Disconnect the Power Cable for the Processor Turbo Fan 6. Unscrew the four heatsink captive screws using the special processor tool (provided with the processor upgrade kit). 7. Slide the sequencing retainer plate toward the back of the system to open the hole in the edge of the turbo fan heatsink.
8. Insert the special processor tool into the processor locking mechanism, and unlock the mechanism. The hole runs down through the edge of the turbo fan heatsink. Rotate the special processor tool 180 degrees counterclockwise. Unlocking the Processor Locking Mechanism Insert special processor tool here The special processor tool rotates this lock underneath the heat sink...
Install the New Processor You must have a processor in socket CPU0 before installing one in socket CPU1. 1. If you have not already done so, turn off the system, disconnect all power and external cables and remove the system cover(s) and remove the old processor. 2.
4. Use the four locator posts on the heatsink and the turbo fan power cable to properly align the fan and processor assembly on the system board. The four locator posts will fit in locator holes on the system board processor mount. The turbo fan power cable must be positioned so that it is located on the side of the heatsink that faces the front of the system.
5. Use the special processor tool shipped with your replacement processor assembly to lock the processor in place on the system board. Insert the special processor tool into the hole that runs down the side of the heatsink and rotate it clockwise 180 degrees.
7. Screw in the four heatsink captive screws. Screw in the Heatsink and Processor Screws 8. Connect the power cable for the processor turbo fan to its connector on the system board. 9. Slide the processor power pod on the system board metal mounting bracket so that the processor power pod connects to the processor.
❏ Server 2003, Enterprise Edition (Integrity rx2600 server) ■ HP-UX: Version 11i v2.0 or higher. HP-UX upgrades are available from you HP sales representative or from ■ Red Hat® Linux®: Advanced Workstation 2.1 for the Itanium® Processor Errata A.