DELL PRECISION 7920 TOWER (01) PDF MANUAL


Post questions, comments, reviews or page errors in the comment box below.

Your File is Ready … Download PDF

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD DELL PRECISION 7920 TOWER (01) PDF MANUAL


PDF Content Summary: Dell Precision 7920 Tower Owner's Manual Regulatory Model: D04X Regulatory Type: D04X001 Notes, cautions, and warnings NOTE: A NOTE indicates important information that helps you make better use of your product. CAUTION: A CAUTION indicates either potential damage to hardware or loss of data and tells you how to avoid the problem. WARNING: A WARNING indicates a potential for property damage, personal injury, or death. © 2017 2018 Dell Inc. or its subsidiaries. All rights reserved. Dell, EMC, and other trademarks are trademarks of Dell Inc. or its subsidiaries. Other trademarks may be trademarks of their respective owners. 2018 -04 Rev. A02 Contents 1 Working on your computer............................................................................................................................. 7 Safety instructions............................................................................................................................................................. 7 Turning o your computer — Windows 10.....................................................................................................................7 Before working inside your computer..............................................................................................................................8 After working inside your computer.................................................................................................................................8 2 Removing and installing components............................................................................................................. 9 Screw size list.....................................................................................................................................................................9 Recommended tools........................................................................................................................................................ 10 Power supply unit (PSU)..................................................................................................................................................11 Removing the PSU......................................................................................................................................................11 Installing the PSU........................................................................................................................................................11 Side cover...........................................................................................................................................................................11 Removing the side cover............................................................................................................................................11 Installing the side cover..............................................................................................................................................13 Air shroud...........................................................................................................................................................................13 Removing the air shroud............................................................................................................................................13 Installing the air shroud fan assembly.......................................................................................................................13 Removing the air shroud fan..................................................................................................................................... 14 Installing the air shroud fan........................................................................................................................................15 Front bezel.........................................................................................................................................................................15 Removing the front bezel..........................................................................................................................................15 Installing the front bezel.............................................................................................................................................17 PCIe holder........................................................................................................................................................................17 Removing PCIe card holder ......................................................................................................................................17 Installing the PCIe card holder.................................................................................................................................. 18 Intrusion switch.................................................................................................................................................................18 Removing the intrusion switch..................................................................................................................................18 Installing the intrusion switch................................................................................................................................... 20 Front system fan assembly..............................................................................................................................................21 Removing the front system fan assembly............................................................................................................... 21 Installing the front system fan assembly.................................................................................................................24 Internal chassis speaker...................................................................................................................................................24 Removing the internal chassis speaker................................................................................................................... 25 Installing the internal chassis speaker......................................................................................................................26 Hard disk drive and the Optical disk drive bezel.......................................................................................................... 26 Removing the HDD bezel..........................................................................................................................................26 Installing the HDD bezel............................................................................................................................................ 27 Hard disk drive assembly.................................................................................................................................................27 Removing the HDD carrier........................................................................................................................................27 Installing the HDD carrier..........................................................................................................................................28 Removing the HDD....................................................................................................................................................28 Installing the HDD...................................................................................................................................................... 29 Contents 3 Front input and output bezel..........................................................................................................................................30 Removing the front input and output bezel........................................................................................................... 30 Installing the front input and output bezel...............................................................................................................31 Front input and output panel...........................................................................................................................................31 Removing the front input and output panel............................................................................................................ 31 Installing the front input and output panel..............................................................................................................34 Removing the input and output panel bracket.......................................................................................................35 Installing the input and output panel....................................................................................................................... 36 Rear system fan............................................................................................................................................................... 36 Removing the rear system fan................................................................................................................................. 36 Installing the rear system fan....................................................................................................................................38 Right side cover............................................................................................................................................................... 38 Removing the right side cover................................................................................................................................. 38 Installing the right side cover....................................................................................................................................38 Slim Optical Disk Drive.................................................................................................................................................... 39 Removing the slim ODD and ODD latch..................................................................................................................39 Installing the slim ODD and ODD latch.....................................................................................................................41 Power distribution and fan control board...................................................................................................................... 41 Removing the power distribution and fan control board....................................................................................... 41 Installing the power distribution and fan control board.........................................................................................42 Front HDD cable and fan assembly............................................................................................................................... 43 Removing the front HDD cable and fan assembly.................................................................................................43 Installing the front HDD cable and fan assembly................................................................................................... 44 Fan bracket.......................................................................................................................................................................44 Removing the fan from the fan bracket..................................................................................................................44 Installing the fan into the fan bracket......................................................................................................................45 Graphical processing unit(GPU).................................................................................................................................... 46 Removing the GPU....................................................................................................................................................46 Installing the GPU...................................................................................................................................................... 47 Memory............................................................................................................................................................................. 47 Removing the memory module................................................................................................................................ 47 Installing the memory module...................................................................................................................................48 Coin cell battery............................................................................................................................................................... 48 Removing the coin cell battery.................................................................................................................................48 Processor heat sink module............................................................................................................................................50 Removing the processor heat sink module.............................................................................................................50 Installing the processor heat sink module................................................................................................................51 Removing the CPU.....................................................................................................................................................51 Installing the CPU...................................................................................................................................................... 53 System board................................................................................................................................................................... 56 Removing system board............................................................................................................................................56 Installing the system board....................................................................................................................................... 59 System board components.......................................................................................................................................59 3 Technology and components........................................................................................................................62 Memory configuration.....................................................................................................................................................62 Technologies list............................................................................................................................................................... 63 4 Contents MegaRAID 9440-8i and 9460-16i controller................................................................................................................. 64 Key Features:..............................................................................................................................................................65 Teradici PCoIP.................................................................................................................................................................. 66 Installing the Teradici PCoIP Card Host Dual/QuadPower management cable configuration for Teradici PCoIP Portal and Host Card.....................................................................................................................................66 4 System specifications.................................................................................................................................. 70 System specifications......................................................................................................................................................70 Memory specifications ................................................................................................................................................... 70 Video specifications..........................................................................................................................................................71 Audio specifications..........................................................................................................................................................71 Network specifications.....................................................................................................................................................71 Card Slots..........................................................................................................................................................................72 Storage specifications..................................................................................................................................................... 72 External connectors.........................................................................................................................................................72 Power specifications........................................................................................................................................................72 Physical specifications.....................................................................................................................................................73 Environmental specifications.......................................................................................................................................... 73 5 System Setup.............................................................................................................................................. 74 General options.................................................................................................................................................................74 System configuration.......................................................................................................................................................75 Video.................................................................................................................................................................................. 77 Security............................................................................................................................................................................. 78 Secure boot...................................................................................................................................................................... 79 Performance..................................................................................................................................................................... 79 Power management........................................................................................................................................................ 80 POST behavior..................................................................................................................................................................81 Virtualization support....................................................................................................................................................... 81 Maintenance.....................................................................................................................................................................82 System logs.......................................................................................................................................................................82 Engineering configurations............................................................................................................................................. 82 Updating the BIOS in Windows .....................................................................................................................................82 Updating BIOS on systems with bitlocker enabled................................................................................................83 Updating your system BIOS using a USB flash drive............................................................................................ 83 Updating the Dell BIOS in Linux and Ubuntu environments................................................................................. 84 Flashing the BIOS from the F12 One-Time boot menu......................................................................................... 84 MegaRAID controller options......................................................................................................................................... 88 System and setup password...........................................................................................................................................89 Assigning a system password and setup password...............................................................................................89 Deleting or changing an existing system setup password.................................................................................... 90 6 Software...................................................................................................................................................... 91 Supported operating system...........................................................................................................................................91 Downloading drivers.........................................................................................................................................................91 Chipset driver................................................................................................................................................................... 92 Graphics controller driver................................................................................................................................................92 Contents 5

USB drivers.......................................................................................................................................................................92 Network drivers................................................................................................................................................................93 Audio drivers.....................................................................................................................................................................93 Ports.................................................................................................................................................................................. 93 Storage controller drivers................................................................................................................................................93 Other drivers.................................................................................................................................................................... 93 Security device drivers..............................................................................................................................................93 Software device drivers............................................................................................................................................ 94 Human Interface Devices..........................................................................................................................................94 Portable Devices........................................................................................................................................................ 94 7 Troubleshooting........................................................................................................................................... 95 Dell Enhanced Pre-Boot System Assessment — ePSA Diagnostic 3.0................................................................... 95 Running the ePSA diagnostics.................................................................................................................................95 Testing memory using ePSA.....................................................................................................................................95 Preboot blinking power button codes..................................................................................................................... 96 Hard drive indicator codes..............................................................................................................................................99 8 Contacting Dell.......................................................................................................................................... 100 6 Contents

1 Working on your computer Topics: • Safety instructions • Turning o your computer — Windows 10 • Before working inside your computer • After working inside your computer Safety instructions Use the following safety guidelines to protect your computer from potential damage and to ensure your personal safety. Unless otherwise noted, each procedure included in this document assumes that the following conditions exist: • You have read the safety information that shipped with your computer. • A component can be replaced or, if purchased separately, installed by performing the removal procedure in reverse order. WARNING: Disconnect all power sources before opening the computer cover or panels. After you finish working inside the computer, replace all covers, panels, and screws before connecting to the power source. WARNING: Before working inside your computer, read the safety information that shipped with your computer. For additional safety best practices information, see the Regulatory Compliance Homepage at Dell.com/regulatory_compliance CAUTION: Many repairs may only be done by a certified service technician. You should only perform troubleshooting and simple repairs as authorized in your product documentation, or as directed by the online or telephone service and support team. Damage due to servicing that is not authorized by Dell is not covered by your warranty. Read and follow the safety instructions that came with the product. CAUTION: To avoid electrostatic discharge, ground yourself by using a wrist grounding strap or by periodically touching an unpainted metal surface at the same time as touching a connector on the back of the computer. CAUTION: Handle components and cards with care. Do not touch the components or contacts on a card. Hold a card by its edges or by its metal mounting bracket. Hold a component such as a processor by its edges, not by its pins. CAUTION: When you disconnect a cable, pull on its connector or on its pull-tab, not on the cable itself. Some cables have connectors with locking tabs; if you are disconnecting this type of cable, press in on the locking tabs before you disconnect the cable. As you pull connectors apart, keep them evenly aligned to avoid bending any connector pins. Also, before you connect a cable, ensure that both connectors are correctly oriented and aligned. NOTE: The color of your computer and certain components may appear differently than shown in this document. CAUTION: System will shut down if side covers are removed while the system is running. The system will not power on if the side cover is removed. Turning off your computer — Windows 10 CAUTION: To avoid losing data, save and close all open files and exit all open programs before you turn off your computer or remove the side cover. 1 Click or tap . 2 Click or tap and then click or tap Shut down. Working on your computer 7 NOTE: Ensure that the computer and all attached devices are turned off. If your computer and attached devices did not automatically turn off when you shut down your operating system, press and hold the power button for about 6 seconds to turn them off. Before working inside your computer To avoid damaging your computer, perform the following steps before you begin working inside the computer. 1 Ensure that you follow the Safety Instruction. 2 Ensure that your work surface is flat and clean to prevent the computer cover from being scratched. 3 Ensure you follow the Turning o your computer. 4 Disconnect all network cables from the computer. CAUTION: To disconnect a network cable, first unplug the cable from your computer and then unplug the cable from the network device. 5 Disconnect your computer and all attached devices from their electrical outlets. 6 Press and hold the power button while the computer is unplugged to ground the system board. NOTE: To avoid electrostatic discharge, ground yourself by using a wrist grounding strap or by periodically touching an unpainted metal surface at the same time as touching a connector on the back of the computer. After working inside your computer After you complete any replacement procedure, ensure that you connect any external devices, cards, and cables before turning on your computer. 1 Connect any telephone or network cables to your computer. CAUTION: To connect a network cable, first plug the cable into the network device and then plug it into the computer. 2 Connect your computer and all attached devices to their electrical outlets. 3 Turn on your computer. 4 If required, verify that the computer works correctly by running ePSA diagnostics. 8 Working on your computer 2 Removing and installing components Topics: • Screw size list • Recommended tools • Power supply unit (PSU) • Side cover • Air shroud • Front bezel • PCIe holder • Intrusion switch • Front system fan assembly • Internal chassis speaker • Hard disk drive and the Optical disk drive bezel • Hard disk drive assembly • Front input and output bezel • Front input and output panel • Rear system fan • Right side cover • Slim Optical Disk Drive • Power distribution and fan control board • Front HDD cable and fan assembly • Fan bracket • Graphical processing unit(GPU) • Memory • Coin cell battery • Processor heat sink module • System board Screw size list Table 1. Screw list Component Screw Type Quantity PSU extended card #6-32X1/4 inches 3 FIO board #6-32X1/4 inches 2 Slim ODD cable for blind mate M3X5.0mm 2

Slim ODD cable for blind mate with ODD bracket #6-32 UNC X5.45mm 1

FIO bracket #6-32X1/4 inches 1 Removing and installing components 9 Component Screw Type Quantity Right Side Cover #6-32 UNC X7.0mm 2 Up-Bottom air shroud M3X5.0mm 3 Down-Bottom air shroud M3X5.0mm 2 Motherboard #6-32X1/4 inches 12 Front Fan Bracket-MB tray #6-32X1/4 inches 2 Front Fan Bracket-Front wall #6-32X1/4 inches 2 Intruder holder #6-32X1/4 inches 1 Rear Fan bracket #6-32X1/4 inches 2 Rear HDD cover #6-32 UNC X7.0mm 2 Flex0 HDD bay bracket #6-32 UNC X5.45mm 4 Flex0 6025fan bracket for cable attached #6-32 UNC X5.45mm 2 Flex0 6025fan bracket for hot plug #6-32 UNC X5.45mm 2 Flex0 and Flex1 HH ODD bracket #6-32 UNC X5.45mm 4 Flex1 HDD bay bracket #6-32 UNC X5.45mm 4 Flex1 6025fan bracket for cable attached #6-32 UNC X5.45mm 2 Flex1 6025fan bracket for hot plug #6-32 UNC X5.45mm 2 Flex2 HDD bay bracket #6-32 UNC X5.45mm 4 Flex2 6025fan bracket for cable attached #6-32 UNC X5.45mm 2 Flex3 HDD bracket #6-32 UNC X5.45mm 4 Flex3 6025fan bracket for cable attached #6-32 UNC X5.45mm 2 Flex4 HDD bracket #6-32 UNC X5.45mm 4 Flex4 6025fan bracket for cable attached #6-32 UNC X5.45mm 2 HH ODD holder M3X5.0mm 4 HSBP board #6-32 UNC X5.45mm 3 CPU0 cooler/CPU0 Liquid Cooler T-30 torx bolt 4 CPU1 cooler/CPU1 Liquid Cooler T-30 torx bolt 4 Liquid Cooler Bracket #6-32 UNC X5.45mm 12 Recommended tools The procedures in this document require the following tools: • Phillips #0 screwdriver • Phillips #1 screwdriver • Philips #2 screwdriver • Plastic scribe • T-30 torx screwdriver 10 Removing and installing components NOTE: The #0 screw driver is for screws 0-1 and the #1 screw driver is for screws 2-4 Power supply unit (PSU) Removing the PSU 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Disconnect the power cable from the system. 3 Press the PSU release latch [1] and slide the power supply away from the system [2]. NOTE: If the PSU cannot be removed then remove the right side cover of the system and check if the PSU is secured with a screw. Installing the PSU 1 Slide in the power supply unit to the PSU slot on the system. 2 Connect the power cable to the system. 3 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer Side cover Removing the side cover 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. Removing and installing components 11 CAUTION: The system will not power on while the side cover is off. Also, the system will shut down if the side cover is removed while the system is on. 2 To remove the side cover: 3 Press the latch 4 Pull the latch [1] upward and rotate it to release the cover [2]. 5 Lift the cover to remove it from the system. 12 Removing and installing components Installing the side cover 1 First hold and align the bottom of the side cover to the chassis. 2 Ensure that the hook on the bottom of the side cover snaps into the notch on the system. 3 Press the system cover until it clicks into place. CAUTION: The system will not power on without the side cover. Also, the system will shut down if the side cover is removed while the system is on. 4 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer . Air shroud Removing the air shroud 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Remove the side cover. 3 To remove the air shroud Fan assembly: a Disconnect the fan connector cable from the system board [1]. b Lift the shroud away from the system [2]. Installing the air shroud fan assembly 1 Place the shroud into its position and ensure that the tab fits into the system. 2 Press down the shroud until it locks with a click. 3 Reconnect the fan connector cable to the system board. Removing and installing components 13 4 Install the side cover. 5 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer. Removing the air shroud fan 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Remove the: a side cover b removing air shroud (Top) 3 Flip-over the shroud to see the fan. 4 To remove the fan, release the fan connector cable from the latches [1] and [2]. 5 Remove the screws that secures the fan to the air shroud [1], and lift the fan away from the air shroud [2]. NOTE: The shroud will need to be „exed open slightly in order to be removed. 14 Removing and installing components Installing the air shroud fan 1 Place the fan into its position inside the air shroud . 2 Replace the screws that secure the fan to the air shroud. 3 Route back the fan connector cable through the latches on the air shroud and flip over. 4 Install the: a air shroud (top) b side cover 5 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer. Front bezel Removing the front bezel 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Remove the side cover. 3 To remove the front bezel: a Press the latch and pry the retention tabs to release the front bezel from the system. Removing and installing components 15

b Rotate the bezel forward and lift the front bezel away from the system. 16 Removing and installing components Installing the front bezel 1 Hold the bezel and ensure that the hooks on the bezel snap into the notches on the system. 2 Rotate the bezel forward and press the front bezel until the tabs click into place. 3 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer. PCIe holder Removing PCIe card holder 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Remove the following: a side cover b air shroud 3 To remove the PCIe card holder: NOTE: If full length cards are installed, you will need to remove these cards before removing the holder. NOTE: If MegaRAID 9460 is installed, disconnect the Super CAP from the card before removing the PCIe card holder from the system. a Disconnect the power cables on either side of the card holder by pressing the tab and pulling it out of the cable slot in the PCIe holder [1] and [2]. b Release the dual cables passing through the clip on the card holder [3]. 4 Release the latches connecting the front system fan assembly, and lift the PCIe card holder away from the chassis. Removing and installing components 17

Installing the PCIe card holder 1 Align the PCIe card holder to the slot in front of the system fan assembly, and press down until it clicks in place. 2 Route the dual cables back through the clip on the PCIe card holder. 3 Connect the power cables on either side to the cable slots in the PCIe card holder. 4 Reinstall the full length cards if they were removed. 5 If the MegaRAID 9460 was removed, please connect the Super CAP back to the card. 6 Install the: a air shroud b side cover 7 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer. Intrusion switch Removing the intrusion switch 1 Follow procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Remove the right side cover. 3 To remove the intrusion switch that is located at the bottom of the system board: NOTE: The system will not power on when the intrusion switch is uninstalled. a Press the knob of the intrusion switch toward the bottom of the chassis [1, 2]. b Pull the intrusion switch down to remove it from the slot [3]. 18 Removing and installing components 4 Install the right side cover 5 Flip the system back with the system cover facing up where the release latch is available. 6 Remove the following components : a side cover b air shroud c PCIe card holder 7 To remove the intrusion switch module: a Pull the bottom intrusion switch cable up toward the chassis [1]. b Press the tab to disconnect the intrusion switch cable from the system board [2]. c Unroute the intrusion switch cables from the clip on the chassis [3]. d Remove the screw on the intrusion module [4]. e Lift the intrusion module from the front system fan assembly [5]. Removing and installing components 19 Installing the intrusion switch 1 Place the intrusion switch module into the slot in the front system fan assembly. 2 To secure the intrusion switch module to the front system fan chassis, replace the single screw on the module. 3 Route the intrusion switch cables through the clip on the chassis. 4 Connect the intrusion switch cable to the system board. 5 Push the bottom intrusion switch cable down toward the bottom chassis. 6 Replace the following components: a PCIe graphics card holder b air shroud c side cover 7 Remove the right side cover. 8 Pull the intrusion switch cable up from the top chassis. 9 Insert and slide the intrusion switch into the slot in the chassis to secure it. 10 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer. 20 Removing and installing components Front system fan assembly Removing the front system fan assembly 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Remove the following: a side cover b front bezel c air shroud d PCIe card holder 3 To remove the system fan assembly: a Remove the single screw on the intrusion switch module [1], and lift it away from the system fan chassis [2]. b Disconnect the internal chassis speaker cable from the connector, unroute it from the clip on the system fan chassis [3], and lift it away from chassis [4]. 4 Disconnect the four system fan cables from the connectors on the system board. Removing and installing components 21 CAUTION: Do not pull the connector by the cable wires. Instead, disconnect the cable by pulling on the connector end. Pulling the cable wires may loosen them from the connector. 5 Remove the two screws securing the fan chassis to the system [1], and the two screws securing the fan chassis in front of the system [2]. 22 Removing and installing components 6 Rotate and lift the fan assembly away from the system. Removing and installing components 23 Installing the front system fan assembly 1 Hold the system fan by the sides with the cable end facing the bottom of the chassis. 2 Replace the two screws securing the system fan assembly in front of the system. 3 Replace the two screws securing the system fan assembly in the system. 4 Connect the four system fan cables to the system board. 5 Route back the internal chassis speaker cable through the clip on the system fan assembly, and connect the internal chassis speaker to the connector. 6 Replace the intrusion switch module to the slot on the fan assembly and insert the screw to secure it with the system fan assembly. 7 Install the following components: a PCIe graphics card holder b air shroud c front bezel d side cover 8 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer. Internal chassis speaker 24 Removing and installing components

Removing the internal chassis speaker 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Remove the following: a side cover b front bezel 3 To remove the internal chassis speaker: a Disconnect one end of the internal chassis speaker cable from the connector on the system fan assembly [1]. b Unroute the internal chassis speaker cable from the clip on the system fan assembly. 4 Press and hold the tabs [2] on either side of the internal chassis speaker, to slide and remove it out of the system [3]. Removing and installing components 25

Installing the internal chassis speaker 1 Press and hold the tabs on either side of the internal chassis speaker, and slide the speaker module into the slot to secure it to the system. 2 Route the internal chassis speaker cable through the clip on the system fan assembly. 3 Connect the one end of the internal chassis speaker cable to the connector on the system fan assembly. 4 Install the following components: a air shroud b front bezel c side cover 5 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer Hard disk drive and the Optical disk drive bezel Removing the HDD bezel 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Remove the following components: a side cover b front bezel 3 To remove the HDD bezel: a Press the blue unlock button [1], which is located near the front system fan assembly. b Slide the latch [2] on the front I/O bezel, to release the HDD bezel from the chassis [3]. c Rotate and lift the HDD bezel out from the chassis [3]. 4 Optional: To remove the ODD bezel next to the HDD bezel from the chassis by prying the edges of the bezel and lifting it away. 26 Removing and installing components Installing the HDD bezel 1 If the ODD bezel is removed, install it by aligning the notch of the bezel into the slot on the chassis.(Optional) 2 Align the HDD bezel onto its slots on the chassis and press the HDD bezel towards the chassis. 3 Press the blue lock button located near the front system fan assembly, to secure the HDD bezel to the chassis. 4 Install the following components: a front bezel b side cover 5 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer Hard disk drive assembly Removing the HDD carrier 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Remove the: a side cover NOTE: Do not remove the side cover, if the front I/O bezel is unlocked. b HDD bezel NOTE: Remove only the HDD bezel. 3 To remove the HDD carrier: a Press the release button [1] to unlock the latch [2]. b Pull the latch to slide the carrier out of the HDD slot. Removing and installing components 27 Installing the HDD carrier 1 Slide the carrier into the drive bay until it clicks into place. CAUTION: Ensure that the latch is open before installing the carrier. 2 Lock the latch. 3 Install the following components: a HDD bezel b side cover 4 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer. Removing the HDD 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Remove the following: a side cover b HDD bezel c HDD carrier 3 To remove the HDD: a Expand one side of the carrier. 28 Removing and installing components b Lift the hard drive out of the carrier. Installing the HDD 1 Insert the HDD into the 3.5" bracket with the connector end of the hard drive towards the back of the HDD carrier. 2 Slide the HDD carrier back into the hard drive bay. Removing and installing components 29 3 Install the following: a HDD carrier b HDD bezel c side cover 4 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer Front input and output bezel Removing the front input and output bezel 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside the computer. 2 Remove the: a side cover b front bezel c HDD and ODD bezel 3 To remove the front Input/Output (I/O) bezel, pry the edges of the panel [1]. 4 Slightly slide the panel, and lift it away from the chassis. 30 Removing and installing components Installing the front input and output bezel 1 Align and press the bezel toward the front chassis on the system. 2 Install the: a HDD and ODD bezel b front bezel c side cover 3 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer Front input and output panel Removing the front input and output panel 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Remove the following: a side cover b air shroud c front bezel d PCIe holder Removing and installing components 31 e front system fan f HDD and ODD bezel g input and output bezel 3 To remove the front Input/Output (I/O) panel: a Disconnect the following cables from the connectors on the I/O panel. • Front panel cable [1] • Front USB 3.1 cable [2] • Front USB 3.1 cable [3] • Front panel audio cable [4] b Remove the single screw that secures the I/O panel to the chassis. 32 Removing and installing components 4 Slide the I/O panel toward the left of the system to release it, and then remove the I/O panel out of the system. Removing and installing components 33 Installing the front input and output panel 1 Insert the I/O panel into the slot on the front of the chassis. 2 Slide the I/O panel toward the right of the system to secure it to the chassis. 3 Replace the screw to secure the I/O panel to the chassis. 4 Connect the following cables to the connectors on the I/O panel: • Front panel cable • Front USB 3.1 cable • Front USB 3.1 cable • Front panel audio cable NOTE: The color of the cable matches the color of the connector. 5 Install the following: a input and output bezel b HDD and ODD bezel c front system fan 34 Removing and installing components d PCIe holder e front bezel f air shroud g side cover 6 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer Removing the input and output panel bracket 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Remove the following: a side cover b air shroud c front bezel d PCIe holder e front system fan f HDD and ODD bezel g input and output bezel h input and output panel 3 To remove the Input/Output (I/O) panel bracket: a Remove the two screws that secure the I/O panel to the bracket. b Release and remove the I/O panel out of the bracket. Removing and installing components 35

Installing the input and output panel 1 Insert the Input/Output (I/O) panel into the metal bracket. 2 Replace the two screws to secure the I/O panel to the I/O bracket. 3 Install the: a input and output panel b input and output bezel c HDD bezel d front system fan e PCIe holder f front bezel g air shroud h side cover 4 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer Rear system fan Removing the rear system fan 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Remove the following: a side cover b air shroud 3 To remove the rear system fan assembly: a Remove the two screws [1], and press the tab [2] to rotate the rear system fan into the chassis and remove it from holder. 36 Removing and installing components

b Disconnect the system fan cables from the system board [1, 2]. CAUTION: Do not pull the connector by the cable wires. Instead, disconnect the cable by pulling on the connector end. Pulling on the cable wires may loosen them from the connector. 4 Lift the system fan assembly from the system. Removing and installing components 37 Installing the rear system fan 1 Hold the rear system fan by the sides with the cable end facing the bottom of the chassis. 2 Connect the two system fan cables to the system board. 3 Replace the two screws to secure the fan with the chassis. 4 Install the: a air shroud b side cover 5 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer. Right side cover Removing the right side cover 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Place the system chassis on the side with the right side cover facing upward. 3 Remove the two screws [1], that secure the right side cover to the chassis. 4 Slide the side cover back with the handle, and then lift it away from the system [2]. Installing the right side cover 1 Slide the cover forward and ensure that the hooks on the cover snap into the notches on the system. 2 Replace the two screws that secure the right side of the cover to the chassis. 3 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer. 38 Removing and installing components Slim Optical Disk Drive Removing the slim ODD and ODD latch 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside the computer. 2 Remove the right side cover 3 To remove the ODD: a Disconnect the data cable and power cable [1] from the optical drive connector. b Slide the blue latch towards the left of the chassis, and push the drive forward [2]. 4 Remove the ODD out of the drive bay. Removing and installing components 39 5 To remove the ODD bracket from the ODD drive: a Push the optical drive latch inwards so that the latch disconnects from the optical drive. b Remove the latch from the optical drive. 40 Removing and installing components Installing the slim ODD and ODD latch 1 Place the ODD latch into its position on the ODD drive and lock it. 2 Slide the optical drive into the drive bay from the front of the system until it fits in to place. 3 Connect the data cable and power cable to the connectors on the optical drive. 4 Install the right side cover 5 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer Power distribution and fan control board Removing the power distribution and fan control board 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside the computer. 2 Remove the: a PSU b right side cover 3 To remove the power distribution and fan control board: a Press the tab on both sides of the connector and disconnect the power cable on the control board [1]. b Disconnect the fan cables from the connectors on the control board [2]. c Disconnect the power, PDB, and power VGA cables from the connectors on the control board [3]. Removing and installing components 41 4 Remove the three screws that secure the control board to the chassis [1, 2]. Lift the control board away from the chassis. Installing the power distribution and fan control board 1 Replace the control board into its slot on the chassis and secure it with the three screws to the chassis. 2 Connect the two power cables, fan cables, PDB, power VGA cables, to the connectors on the control board. 42 Removing and installing components 3 Install the: a right side cover b PSU 4 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer Front HDD cable and fan assembly Removing the front HDD cable and fan assembly 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside the computer. 2 Remove the right side cover 3 To remove the front HDD cable and fan assembly: a Remove the four screws securing both the fan brackets to the chassis [1]. b Press the tabs of the connector to disconnect the SATA 0 cable from the connector on the system board [2]. c Press the tabs to disconnect the power cable and remove it from the plug [3]. d Disconnect the fan cables from the connectors on the power distribution and fan control board [4]. CAUTION: Do not pull the connector by the cable wires. Instead, disconnect the cable by pulling on the connector end. Pulling on the cable wires may loosen them from the connector. 4 Remove the HDD fan and cable assembly from the chassis. Removing and installing components 43 Installing the front HDD cable and fan assembly 1 Connect the fan cables to the connectors on the power distribution and fan control board. 2 Connect the power cable to the connector on the power distribution and fan control board. 3 Connect the SATA 0 cable to the connector on the system board. 4 Replace the front HDD cable and fan assembly into their slots on the chassis and secure them with screws to the chassis. 5 Install the right side cover 6 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer Fan bracket Removing the fan from the fan bracket 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Remove the: a side cover b system fan 3 To remove the fan from the fan bracket: a Slide out the four rubber grommets for each fan from the fan chassis [1]. b Lift the fan and remove it from the fan assembly [2]. 44 Removing and installing components Installing the fan into the fan bracket 1 Place the fan into the fan bracket. 2 Tighten the grommets that secure the fan to the fan bracket. 3 Install the: a system fan b side cover 4 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer Removing and installing components 45 Graphical processing unit(GPU) Removing the GPU 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Remove the side cover. 3 To remove the GPU: a Disconnect the power cable [1] from the GPU card. NOTE: Not all GPU cards will have power cable, may not apply to all systems. b Press and rotate the blue clips backward [2], to unlock the filler bracket. c Lift the GPU from the PCIe slot on the system board. 46 Removing and installing components Installing the GPU 1 Align and place the GPU to the PCIe slot on the system board. 2 Press it down so that it is securely seated on the slot. 3 Connect the power cable to the GPU. 4 Lock both the blue clips forward on the filler bracket to secure the GPU to the system board. 5 Install the side cover. 6 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer. Memory Removing the memory module 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Remove the following: a side cover b air shroud 3 Press the memory module retention tabs on each side of the memory module. Removing and installing components 47 4 Lift the memory module out of the memory slot on the system board. WARNING: Rotating the memory module out of the slot will cause damage to the memory module. Ensure to pull it straight out of the memory module slot. Installing the memory module 1 Align the notch on the memory module with the tab on the memory module connector. 2 Insert the memory module into the memory module slot. 3 Press the memory module firmly until the retention tabs click into place. NOTE: Do not pull the retention levers up. Always press down firmly on the module until the levers lock into place unassisted. 4 Install the: a air shroud b side cover 5 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer Coin cell battery Removing the coin cell battery 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Remove the: a side cover b graphical processing unit(GPU) c air shroud 3 To remove the coin cell battery: a Press the release latch [1] away from the battery to allow the battery to pop-up from the socket [2]. 48 Removing and installing components b Lift the coin-cell battery out of the system board. Installing the coin cell battery 1 Place the coin-cell battery into its slot on the system board. 2 Press the coin-cell battery with positive (+) side facing up until the release latch springs back into place and secures it to the system board. 3 To install: a air shroud b graphical processing unit (GPU) c side cover 4 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer. Removing and installing components 49

Processor heat sink module Removing the processor heat sink module 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. NOTE: Ensure that you have Torx 30 screwdriver to remove the processor heat sink module (PHM). 2 Remove the: a side cover b air shroud 3 To remove the heat sink: a Remove the four heat sink screws [1], in the diagonal order (4, 3, 2, 1). b Lift the heat sink away from the CPU slot on the system board. CAUTION: CPU will be removed with the heat sink. 50 Removing and installing components Installing the processor heat sink module 1 Place the heat sink on the CPU slot. 2 Replace the four screws in the diagonal order (1,2,3,4), to secure the heat sink to the system board. 3 Install the: a air shroud b side cover 4 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer. Removing the CPU 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Remove the: a side cover b air shroud c processor heat sink module 3 To remove the central processing unit (CPU): a Hold the processor heat sink module upside down. b Pry the two processor carrier latchs [1] from the processor heat sink module. c Press the other two carrier latchs [2] of the processor carrier and remove it from the slot in the heat sink. Removing and installing components 51

d Use a torx screwdriver to pry the CPU o the processor heat sink module. Place the blade between the clip and the CPU. NOTE: A „atbed screwdriver or plastic scribe can also be used as well. e Unlatch the CPU from the two keying latches on the processor carrier and gently lift the CPU. NOTE: Avoid touching the CPU contacts with your fingers. 52 Removing and installing components Installing the CPU 1 Orient the processor carrier so that the smooth (logo-less) side of the carrier is facing up and the triangle mark on the carrier is on the bottom left hand corner. 2 Align the processor with the carrier so that the triangle mark on the top side of the processor is aligned with the triangle mark on the carrier. Removing and installing components 53 3 Flip both the processor and the carrier over so that the pins on the processor and the logo side of the carrier are facing up. 4 Carefully insert the processor into the carrier so that it is secured by the hooks on the upper and lower side of the carrier. NOTE: After inserting the processor into the carrier, check to see whether the small triangle on the processor aligns with the triangle on the carrier. If they are not aligned repeat the preceding steps. 5 Align the processor and carrier assembly with the heat sink so that the triangle marks on the processor and carrier are aligned with the triangle mark on the top side of the heat sink (captive screw #2). 54 Removing and installing components 6 Insert the processor and carrier assembly into the heat sink so that the hooks on the four corners of the carrier are locked into the openings of heat sink. NOTE: After inserting the processor and carrier assembly into the heat sink, double check to see whether the triangle on the carrier is located on the bottom right corner of the heat sink (when the bottom side of the heat sink is facing up). 7 Install the processor and heat sink onto the central processing unit (CPU) socket and then secure the four captive screws on the heat sink to the system board in sequential order (1 > 2 > 3 > 4). Removing and installing components 55 8 Install the: a heat sink b air shroud c side cover 9 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer System board Removing system board 1 Follow the procedure in Before working inside your computer. 2 Remove the: a side cover b front bezel c air shroud d PCIe card holder e front system fan f memory module g processor heat sink module h rear system fan 3 Disconnect the following cables from the system board: • Front panel audio cable [1] • Power cable • Power control cable • Internal chassis speaker cable • Intrusion module cable • System fan 3 cable [2] 56 Removing and installing components 4 Disconnect the front panel cables [1], power cable [2], front panel USB 2 cable and DD cable [3] 5 Remove the right side cover, to disconnect the SATA 0 cable from system board. NOTE: Depending on the system configuration, additional cables might need to be disconnected. Removing and installing components 57 6 Remove the twelve screws securing the system board to the chassis. 7 Lift the system board away from the chassis. 58 Removing and installing components Installing the system board 1 Align and place the system board onto the chassis and slide it back to its position. 2 Tighten the screws to secure the system board to the chassis. 3 Connect all the cables to the connectors on the system board. 4 Install the: a rear system fan b processor heat sink module c GPU d memory module e front system fan f PCIe card holder g air shroud h front bezel i side cover 5 Flip the system to connect the SATA 0 cable to the connector on the system board. 6 Install the right side cover 7 Follow the procedure in After working inside your computer System board components Figure 1. Components of the system board Removing and installing components 59 1 PCIe 3*16 (4 slots) and 3*8 ( 1 slot) 2 Rear fan 0 connector 3 CPU1 memory slots 4 CPU1 socket 5 CPU1 memory slots 6 Rear fan 0 connector 7 CPU1 PCIe 3 x16 Slots (2) 8 Front panel audio 9 CPU1_DIS 10 Piezo speaker 11 CPU fan 0 connector 12 Power Control 13 Power 2 14 Intrusion switch connector 15 System Fan 3 16 Internal speaker connector 17 CPU1 memory slots 18 CPU 0 socket 19 System Fan 2 20 CPU1 memory slots 21 System Fan 1 22 LPC_ESPI_Debug 23 Power cable 1 24 CPU fan 1 25 Coin Cell battery 26 ODD cable 27 Front Panel USB 28 USB 2_Int 29 Flex USB 30 Power remote 60 Removing and installing components 31 VROC_key Removing and installing components 61 3 Technology and components This chapter details the technology and components available in the system. Topics: • Memory configuration • Technologies list • MegaRAID 9440-8i and 9460-16i controller • Teradici PCoIP Memory configuration This section provides information about the memory configuration for the Dell Precision Tower 7920 systems. The following table illustrates the memory configuration and population rules for the Dell Precision Tower 7920: 62 Technology and components Technologies list This section provides information about the technologies that comes with the Dell Precision 7920 Tower. The following table lists the basic of technologies that are available on the Dell Precision 7920 Tower systems for Dell internal users only. Table 2. Technologies list No. Category Technology Browser Path 1 Chipset Intel C620 Series Chipset (C621) 2 Processor• Intel Xeon Platinum 81xx Processor • Intel Xeon Gold 61xx Processor • Intel Xeon Gold 51xx Processor • Intel Xeon Silver 41xx Processor • Intel Xeon Bronze 31xx Processor 3 Memory DDR4 4 Audio Integrated Realtek ALC3234 High Definition Audio Codec (2 Channel) 5 Network NIC Integrated RJ45 6 Graphics Radeon Pro WX• 9100 • 7100 • 5100 • 4100 • 3100 • 2100 NVIDIA• Quadro GP100 • Quadro P6000 • Quadro P5000 • Quadro P4000 • Quadro P2000 • Quadro P1000 • Quadro P600 • Quadro P400 • NVS 310 • NVS 315 7 Storage SATA SAS Dell UltraSpeed Quad (PCIE M.2 Interposer) Dell UltraSpeed Duo (PCIE M.2 Interposer) 9 Remote Solutions 1-1 Teradici PCoIP• CLIENT: Dell or other Branded Zero Client (TERA Gen 2) (Dell-Wyse P25) DUAL Monitor Support Technology and components 63 No. Category Technology Browser Path • HOST: PCIe x1 PCoIP Dual Host Card (TERA Gen 2) • CLIENT: Dell or other Branded Zero Client (TERA Gen 2) (Dell-Wyse P45 ) QUAD Monitor Support • HOST: PCIe x1 PCoIP Quad Host Card (TERA Gen 2) • Support Dual Terra Card configurations NOTE: For further information about the Teradici PCoIP Card host driver installation, see Teradici PCoIP. MegaRAID 9440-8i and 9460-16i controller Small and medium businesses (SMBs) deploying entry-level server platforms and workstations need aordable, reliable storage solutions. The MegaRAID Tri-Mode Storage Adapter is a 12Gb/s SAS/SATA/PCIe (NVMe) controller card that addresses these needs by delivering proven performance and RAID data protection for a range of non-business crticial applications. The MegaRAID Tri-Mode storage adapters bring NVMe performance benefits to the storage tier by providing connectivity and data protection for SAS/SATA interfaces. Based on the dual-core SAS3516 or SAS3508 RAID on Chip (ROC) and 72-bit DDR4-2133 SDRAM, these controllers provide bandwidth and IOPS performance increases and are ideal for high-end servers utilizing internal storage or connecting to large-scale external storage enclosures. NOTE: The MegaRAID 9440 and 9460 controllers are only supported when using Intel Xeon W Series CPUs. Tri-Mode SerDes Technology enables operation of NVMe, SAS, or SATA storage devices in a single drive bay. All the 3 modes concurrently serving NVMe, SAS, and SATA drives can be operated by a single controller. The controller negotiates between the speeds and protocols to seamlessly work with any of the three types of storage devices. Tri-Mode support provides a non-disruptive way to evolve existing data center infrastructure. By upgrading to a tri-mode controller, users can expand beyond SAS/SATA and use NVMe without major changes to other system configurations. The MegaRAID Tri-Mode storage adapters support both REFCLK and SRIS based NVMe x1, x2, and x4 devices. 64 Technology and components Key Features: • Tri-Mode SerDes Technology enables the operation of NVMe, SAS or SATA devices in a single drive bay, allowing for endless design flexibility • Supports 12, 6, and 3 Gb/s SAS and 6, 3 Gb/s SATA data transfer rates • Up to 8 PCIe links. Each link supporting x4, x2, or x1 link widths, supporting 8.0 GT/s (PCIe Gen3) per lane • SFF-9402 Compliant, Connector Pin-out • SFF-8485 Compliant, SGPIO • Fits into rack-mounted servers with low-profile form factor and side-mounted SAS connectors • Support critical, high-bandwidth applications with PCIe 3.1 connectivity • CacheVault flash back-up at power fail. Supports bad block management • Balance protection and performance for critical applications with RAID levels 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 50, and 60 Table 3. Features of MegaRAID 9440-8i and 9460-16i controller 9440-8i 9460-16i Ports 8 internal 16 internal Connectors 2 x SFF8643 4 x SFF8643 x4

Storage Interface Support SATA: Eight x1 SAS: One x8, Two x4, Four x2, Eight x1 NVMe: Two x4, Four x2, Four x1 Max Devices Per Controller SAS/SATA: 64 NVMe: 4 SATA: Sixteen x1 SAS: Two x8, Four x4, Eight x2, Sixteen x1 NVMe: Four x4, Eight x2, Eight x1 SAS/SATA: 240 NVMe: 24

Cache Memory N/A 4 GB 2133 MHz DDR4 SDRAM Technology and components 65 9440-8i 9460-16i I/O Processor / SAS Controller SAS3408 SAS3516 Host Bus Type PCIe 3.1 x8 PCIe 3.1 x8 Cache Protection N/A CacheVault CVPM05 Physical Dimensions 6.127” x 2.712” (155.65 mm x 68.90 mm) 6.127” x 2.712” (155.65 mm x 68.90 mm)

Maximum Operating Conditions Operating: 10°C to 55°C 20 to 80% non-condensing Airflow: 300 LFM Storage: -45°C to 105°C 5 to 90% non-condensing Operating: 10°C to 55°C 20 to 80% non-condensing Airflow: 300 LFM Storage: -45°C to 105°C 5 to 90% non-condensing

MTBF (Calculated) >3,000,000 hours at 40C >3,000,000 hours at 40C Operating Voltage +12V +/-8%; 3.3V +/-9% +12V +/-8%; 3.3V +/-9% Hardware Warranty 3 years; with advanced replacement option 3 years; with advanced replacement option

MegaRAID Management Suite LSI Storage Authority (LSA) StorCLI (command-line interface), CTRL-R (BIOS configuration utility), HII (UEFI Human Interface Infrastructure) Regulatory Certifications USA (FCC 47 CFR part 15 Subpart B, class B); Canada (ICES -003, Class B); Taiwan (CNS 13438); Japan (VCCI V-3); Australia/New Zealand (AS/NZS CISPR 22); Korea (RRA no 2013-24 & 25); Europe (EN55022/EN55024); Safety: EN/IEC/UL 60950; RoHS; WEEE OS Support Microsoft Windows, VMware vSphere/ESXi, Red Hat Linux, SuSe Linux, Ubuntu Linux, Oracle Linux, CentOS Linux, Debian Linux, Fedora, and FreeBSD. Contact Oracle support for Oracle Solaris driver or software support. Teradici PCoIP This section provides an overview of the host driver installation process. LSI Storage Authority (LSA) StorCLI (command-line interface), CTRL-R (BIOS configuration utility), HII (UEFI Human Interface Infrastructure) USA (FCC 47 CFR part 15 Subpart B, class B); Canada (ICES -003, Class B); Taiwan (CNS 13438); Japan (VCCI V-3); Australia/New Zealand (AS/NZS CISPR 22); Korea (RRA no 2013-24 & 25); Europe (EN55022/EN55024); Safety: EN/IEC/UL 60950; RoHS; WEEE Microsoft Windows, VMware vSphere/ESXi, Red Hat Linux, SuSe Linux, Ubuntu Linux, Oracle Linux, CentOS Linux, Debian Linux, Fedora, and FreeBSD. Contact Oracle support for Oracle Solaris driver or software support.

Installing the Teradici PCoIP Card Host Dual/Quad Install the PCoIP host driver software from dell.com/support. 66 Technology and components NOTE: You cannot upgrade the PCoIP host driver software while a VMware View-brokered PCoIP session is active between a host workstation or host PC and VMware View client. Doing this will result in losing access to your mouse and keyboard when the driver software is removed. To upgrade the PCoIP host driver software in this type of deployment, do one of the following: • Connect to the host from a zero client. • Upgrade the software while connecting to the host through another desktop-remoting protocol such as RDP or VNC. Installing the PCoIP Host Driver Software on a Host PC: 1 Download the PCoIP host driver software from the Teradici Support site (click Current PCoIP Product and Releases). 2 Log in to the administrative web interface for the host card. 3 From the Configuration > Host Driver Function menu, enable the Host Driver Function. 4 Restart the host PC. 5 Install the PCoIP host software package appropriate for the operating system installed on the host PC. You can start the install process by double-clicking the installer: a 64 bit: PCoipHostSoftware_x64-v4.3.0.msi (or later) 6 When the Welcome screen appears, click Next. 7 Accept the terms, and then click Next. 8 Ensure that the installation location is correct, and click Next. 9 Click Install. NOTE: For Windows 7, when the driver is installed, a Windows Security dialog may appear. Click Install to continue with the installation. To keep this dialog box from appearing in the future, select Always trust software from Teradici Corporation. 10 If prompted, restart the operating system; otherwise, skip this step. When restarted, the host driver software installation process continues when the OS boots up. Click Install to continue. 11 Click Finish to complete the installation. Power management cable configuration for Teradici PCoIP Portal and Host Card If the Dell Precision Workstation comes equipped with the optional Teradici PCoIP Portal and Host Card, make sure the power management cable on the Teradici card is connected properly on the system board. The power management cable from the Teradici card must be plugged into the correct Power remote connection on the system board. Refer the below image for an example of the Power remote Technology and components 67 connector labeled 30 on the system board diagram: Make sure the power management cable from the Teradici card is not plugged into either the two-pin Clear CMOS or Clear PSWD jumpers. 68 Technology and components Plugging the power management cable into the Clear CMOS jumper will cause the BIOS to reset when sending a remote restart request to the Teradici card. You will then have to reset the time and BIOS settings. If the power management cable from the Teradici card is plugged into the Clear PSWD jumper, then the BIOS password will be cleared and a new one will need to be configured. Technology and components 69 4 System specifications Topics: • System specifications • Memory specifications • Video specifications • Audio specifications • Network specifications • Card Slots • Storage specifications • External connectors • Power specifications • Physical specifications • Environmental specifications System specifications Feature Specification Processor type Intel Xeon Processor Scalable Family • Intel Xeon Platinum 81xx Processor • Intel Xeon Gold 61xx Processor • Intel Xeon Gold 51xx Processor • Intel Xeon Silver 41xx Processor • Intel Xeon Bronze 31xx Processor Total cache Up to 38.5 MB Memory specifications Features Specifications Type DDR4 RDIMM ECC Maximum Frequency 2666 MHz Speed 2666 MHz Connectors 24 DIMM Slots (12 per CPU) DIMM capacities 4 GB, 8 GB, 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB NOTE: Six channel memory up to 1.5 TB 2666 MHz DDR4 ECC memory per CPU with select CPU SKUs.. Minimum memory 16 GB (2x8 GB) i.e. 2 DIMMs per CPU Maximum memory 3 TB 70 System specifications Features Specifications NOTE: Up to 3 TB with select CPU SKUs Video specifications Features Specifications Graphic cards• Radeon Pro WX 9100 • NVIDIA Quadro GP100 • NVIDIA Quadro P6000 • NVIDIA Quadro P5000 • Radeon Pro WX 7100 • Radeon Pro WX 5100 • Radeon Pro WX 4100 • NVIDIA Quadro P4000 • NVIDIA Quadro P2000 • Radeon Pro WX 3100 • Radeon Pro WX 2100 • NVIDIA Quadro P1000 • NVIDIA Quadro P600 • NVIDIA Quadro P400 • NVIDIA NVS 310 • NVIDIA NVS 315 Audio specifications Features Specifications Type High Definition Audio Codec (2 Channel) Controller Integrated Realtek ALC3234

Internal Speaker Power Rating Internal microphone support 2W no

Network specifications Features Specifications Integrated Intel i219 and i210 Gigabit Ethernet controllers with Intel Remote Wake UP, PXE and Jumbo frames support. Network adaptor 2 (Optional) • Intel i210 10/100/1000 single port PCIe (Gen 3 x1) gigabit network card. • Intel X550-T2 10GbE dual port PCIe (Gen 3 x4) network card. • Aquantia AQN-108 2.5Gbit/5Gbe single port PCIe (Gen3 x4) network card. System specifications 71 Card Slots Features Specifications Type PCIe Gen 3 Slots• two PCIE Gen 3 x16 • two PCIE Gen 3 x16 (enabled with 2nd CPU) • one PCIE Gen 3 x8 (open ended connector) • one PCIE Gen 3 x16 (wired as x4) • one PCIE Gen 3 x16 (wired as x1) Storage specifications Features Specifications Externally Accessible DVD-ROM; DVD+/-RW Optional 5.25” bay devices: BD, DVD+/-RW Internally Accessible• M.2 NVMe PCIe SSDs—Up to 8* x 1TB drives on 2 Dell Precision Ultra-Speed Drive Quad x16 cards. Requires dual CPU config • Front FlexBay M.2 NVMe PCIe SSDs—Up to 4* x 1TB drives, 2 drives per CPU. Requires dual CPU config • Up to 8 x 3.5" (or 2.5") SATA Drives • Up to 10 x 3.5" (or 2.5") SATA/SAS Drives with optional controller External connectors Features Specifications Audio• Rear—1 x Audio Line out • Rear—1 x Audio Line in/Microphone • Front—1 x Universal Audio Jack Network Rear—2 x RJ45 Network ports Serial port Rear—1 x Serial port USB• Front—2 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 and 2 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C (1 with PowerShare) • Rear—6 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 PS2• Rear—1 x Keyboard • Rear—1 x Mouse Power specifications Features Specifications Voltage Input voltage 100VAC - 240VAC 72 System specifications Features Specifications Wattage• 1400W at 181VAC - 240VAC • 1100W at 100VAC - 180VAC Physical specifications Features Specifications Height 433mm Width 218mm Depth 566mm Weight (Minimum) With front bezel • Min configuration 20.4 kg • Typical configuration 24.3 kg • Max configuration 33.1 kg Environmental specifications Temperature Specifications Operating 5 °C to 35 °C (41 F to 95 °F) NOTE: * Starting at 5000 ft, the maximum operating ambient temperature is derated by 1 C (1.8 F) per 1000 ft up to 10,000 ft. Storage -40 °C to 65 °C(-40 F to 149 F)

Relative humidity (maximum) Specifications

Operating 8% to 85% (non-condensing) Storage 5% to 95% (non-condensing)

Maximum vibration Specifications

Operating 0.52 Grms, 5 to 350 Hz Storage 2.0 Grms, 5 to 500 Hz Maximum Shock Specifications Operating 40 G half-sine 2.5 ms pulse Storage 105 G half-sine 2.5 ms pulse System specifications 73 5 System Setup Topics: • General options • System configuration • Video • Security • Secure boot • Performance • Power management • POST behavior • Virtualization support • Maintenance • System logs • Engineering configurations • Updating the BIOS in Windows • MegaRAID controller options • System and setup password General options Table 4. General options Option Description System Information This section lists the primary hardware features of your computer. • System Information • Memory Configuration • Processor Information • Device Information • PCI Information Boot Sequence Allows you to change the order in which the computer attempts to find an operating system. • Diskette Drive • USB Storage Device • CD/DVD/CD-RW Drive • Onboard NIC • Internal HDD Boot List Option Allows you to change the boot list option. • Legacy • UEFI 74 System Setup Option Description Advanced Boot Options Allows you to Enable Legacy Option ROMs • Enable Legacy Option ROMs—Default • Enable Attempt Legacy Boot Date/Time Allows you to set the date and time. The changes to the system date and time take eect immediately. UEFI Boot Path Security Allows you to control whether the system prompts the user to enter the Admin password when booting to a UEFI boot path. Click one of the following options: • Always, Except Internal HDD—Default • Always • Never System configuration Table 5. System Configuration Option Description Integrated NIC Allows you to configure the integrated network controller. The options are: • Enable UEFI Network Stack • Disabled NOTE: You can use the Disabled option, only if Active Management Technology (AMT) option is disabled. • Enabled • Enabled w/PXE (Default) Integrated NIC 2 Allows you to configure the integrated network controller. The options are: • Enabled (Default) • Enabled w/PXE NOTE: This feature is supported only on Tower 7920. UEFI Network Stack Allows pre-OS and early OS networking features to use any enabled NICs. • Enabled UEFI Network Stack This option is set by default. Serial Port Identifies and defines the serial port settings. You can set the serial port to: • Disabled • COM1 (Default) • COM2 • COM3 • COM4 System Setup 75 Option Description NOTE: The operating system may allocate resources even if the setting is disabled. SATA Operation 7910 Tower Allows you to configure the internal SATA hard-drive controller. The options are: • Disabled • AHCI • RAID-On (Default) NOTE: SATA is configured to support RAID mode. Drives 7910 Tower• SATA–0 • SATA–1 • SATA–2 • SATA–3 • SATA–4 • SATA–5 • SATA–6 • SATA–7 • SATA–8 Default Setting: All drives are enabled. NOTE: If the hard drives are connected to a RAID controller card, the hard drives will display {none} in all the fields. The hard drives can be seen in the RAID controller card BIOS. PCIe Drives Allows the enabling of Front PCIe attached Ports. • MiniSAS PCIe SSD-0 • MiniSAS PCIE SSD-1 • MiniSAS PCIe SSD-2 • MiniSAS PCIE SSD-3 Default Setting: All drives are enabled. SMART Reporting This field controls if the hard drive errors for the integrated drives are reported during system startup. This technology is part of the SMART (Self Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology) specification. • Enable SMART Reporting - This option is disabled by default. USB Configuration Allows you to enable or disable the internal USB configuration. The options are: • Enable Boot Support • Enable Front USB Ports • Enable internal USB ports • Enable rear USB Ports 76 System Setup Option Description HDD Fans Allows you to control the HDD fans. Default Setting: depends on the system configuration Audio Allows you enable or disable the audio feature. • Enable Audio (Default) Memory Map IO above 4GB Allows you enable or disable Memory Map IO above 4GB. • Memory Map IO above 4GB - This option is disabled by default. Thunderbolt Allows you to enable or disable Thunderbolt device support capability. • Enabled • Disabled (Default) Miscellaneous devices Allows you to enable or disable various on board devices. • Enable Secure Digital (SD) Card (Default On) • Secure Digital (SD) Card Read Only Mode • Secure Digital (SD) Card Boot Intel VMD Technology Allows you to enable or disable VMD on the front PCIe bays. • PCIe0 • PCIe1 • PCIe0_CPU1 • PCIe1_CPU1 Default Setting: All options are enabled. Allows you to disable VMD for the PCIe Slots. • Auto (Default On) • Disabled Video Table 6. Video Option Description Primary Video Slot Allows you to configure primary boot video device. The options are: • Auto (Default) • SLOT 1 • SLOT 2: VGA Compatible • SLOT 3 • SLOT 4 • SLOT 5 • SLOT 6 • SLOT1_CPU2: VGA Compatible • SLOT2_CPU2 System Setup 77 Security Table 7. Security Option Description Strong Password Allows you to enforce the option to always set strong passwords. Default Setting: Enable Strong Password is not selected. Password Configuration You can define the length of your password. Min = 4 , Max = 32 Password Bypass Allows you to enable or disable the permission to bypass the System password, when it is set. The options are: • Disabled (Default) • Reboot bypass Password Change Allows you to enable the disable permission to the System passwords when the administrator password is set. Default Setting: Allow Non-Admin Password Changes is selected

UEFI Capsule Firmware Updates Allows you to update the system BIOS via UEFI capsule update packages. • Enable UEFI Capsule Firmware Updates This option is set by default.

TPM Security Allows you to enable the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) during POST. Default Setting: The option is disabled. Computrace (R) Allows you to activate or disable the optional Computrace software. The options are: • Deactivate (Default) • Disable • Activate Chassis Intrusion Allows you to control the chassis intrusion feature. Click one of the following options: • Disabled—Default • Enabled • On-Silent CPU XD Support Allows you to enable the Execute Disable mode of the processor. • Enable CPU XD Support (Default) OROM Keyboard Access Allows you to determine whether users are able to enter Option ROM Configuration screens via hotkeys during boot. The options are: • Enable (Default) • One Time Enable • Disable Admin Setup Lockout Allows you to prevent users from entering Setup when an administrator password is set. • Enable Admin Setup Lockout 78 System Setup Option Description Default Setting: The option is disabled. Secure boot Table 8. Secure Boot Option Description Secure Boot Enable Allows you to enable or disable the Secure Boot Feature. The options are: • Disabled (Default) • Enabled Expert Key Management Allows you to enable or disable Custom Mode Key Management. • Disabled (Default) Performance Table 9. Performance Option Description Multi Core Support This field specifies whether the processor will have one or all cores enabled. The performance of some applications will improve with the additional cores. This option is enabled by default. Allows you to enable or disable multi-core support for the processor. The options are: • All (Default) • 1 • 2 • 3 • 4 • 5 • 6 • 7 • 8 NOTE: • The options displayed could be dierent depending on the installed processor(s). • The options depend on the number of cores supported by the installed processor (All, 1, 2, N-1 for N-Core Processors) Intel SpeedStep Allows you to enable or disable the Intel SpeedStep feature. Default Setting: Enable Intel SpeedStep C States Allows you to enable or disable the additional processor sleep states. System Setup 79 Option Description Default Setting: Enabled Intel TurboBoost Allows you to enable or disable the Intel TurboBoost mode of the processor. Default Setting: Enable Intel TurboBoost Hyper-Thread Control Allows you to enable or disable the HyperThreading in the processor. Default Setting: Enabled Cache Prefetch Default Setting: Enable Hardware Prefetch and Adjacent Cache Line Prefetch Dell Reliable Memory Technology (RMT) Allows you to identify and isolate memory errors in system RAM.. Default Setting: Enable Dell Reliable Memory Technology (RMT) System Isochronous Mode Allows you to enable or disable this mode to reduce latency of memory transactions at the expense of bandwidth. : Click one of the options: • Disabled(Default) • Enabled RAS Support Allows you to report or log errors caused by memory failures, the PCIe failures, CPU failures. The options are: • Enable on Memory modules • Enable on PCIe modules • Enable on CPU modules The options are not set by default. Power management Table 10. Power Management Option Description AC Recovery Specifies how the computer will respond when AC power is applied after a AC power loss. You can set the AC Recovery to: • Power Off (Default) • Power On • Last Power State Auto On Time Allows you to set the time at which the computer must turn on automatically. The options are: • Disabled (Default) • Every Day • Weekdays • Select Days Deep Sleep Control Allows you to define the controls when Deep Sleep is enabled. • Disabled (Default) 80 System Setup


FREE ENGLISH PDF

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

USER GUIDE - USER MANUAL

OWNER GUIDE - OWNER MANUAL

REFERENCE GUIDE - REFERENCE MANUAL

INSTRUCTION GUIDE - INSTRUCTION MANUAL

Leave a Reply