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Intel® Xeon® E5-2600Lv3/v4 series processor based on PICMG 1.3 SHB with DDR4 REG SDRAM, VGA, Dual Gigabit Ethernet, and SATA/USB
ROBO-8122VG2R is based on Intel® C612 chipset and dual Xeon® processors. It’s a server grade SHB. Build with high conputing power and PCI express expension support, it’s suitable for Military, industrial automation, networking, Medical and Digital Signage applications.

  • Support Intell® 6C~12C Xeon® processors with LGA 2011 package
  • Del i ver s up to 256GB DDR4 ECC registered memory assured the computer reliability and benefited the data swapping process
  • Adopt ASPEDD AST1400 graphic engine offers solid 2D performance by VGA port
  • High speed Gigabit Ethernet based on PCI express x 1 interface
  • Flexible PCI Express configuration on backplane up to total 36 lanes

Processor .Intel® 6C~12C Xeon® E5-2600Lv3/v4 series processor (50~75W) with 15~30MB Cache in LGA2011 package (support up to 75W per CPU)
.Intel® QPI transfer rates: 6.4, 8 and 9.6GT/s (depends on CPU sku)
.DMI x4 Link: 5 GT/s
.Supports Intel® Hyper-Threading, Virtualization Technology (VT-x), and QuickPath Technology
Chipset Intel® C612 PCH
Memory .Supports up to 256GB DDR4 2133/1866 SDRAM on Eight 288-pin DIMM sockets
.Supports Register
Storage Devices .4x SATAIII drives (Dual ports via Backplane)
.RAID 0, 1
Watchdog Timer Programmable via S/W from 0.5 sec. to 254.5 sec.
Hardware Monitoring System monitor(Voltage,Fan Speed and Temperature)
Expansion Interface .From per CPU: 1x PCI Express x16 or 2x PCI Express x8 or 1x PCI Express x8 + 2x PCI Express x4 by different bios support (Gen3 up to 8.0 GT/s)
.From PCH: 1x PCI Express x4 or 4x PCI Express x1 by different bios support (Gen 3 up to 8.0 GT/s)
Super I/O(Embedded Controller) ITE IT8772E
Audio N/A
Ethernet .On-board Intel® WGI217LM + WGI210AT gigabit ethernet controller
.Dual 10BASE-T / 100BASE-TX / 1000BASE-T Ethernet
.PCI Express x1 interface based on gigabit ethernet
.Single RJ-45 connector with two LED indicators for WGI217LM on bracket, the other port route to gold finger section C on BP for WGI210AT
Serial Port 2x Tx/Rx signal route to gold finger section C on BP (4 pins)
USB .4x USB 2.0 ports ( through backplane)
.480Mb/s bus capable of high-speed/full-speed/low-speed data ranges
.2x USB 3.0 ports on bracket
.5Gbps bus capable of high-speed/ full-speed/low-speed data ranges
Keynoard & Mouse .2x USB 3.0 ports on bracket dedicated to keyboard & mouse
Graphic Controller ASPEED AST1400
Display Interface CRT on bracket: Resolution up to 1920x1200@60Hz
Dimension 338.5mm(L) x 126.39mm(W), 13.33"(L) x 4.98"(W)
Power Supply Typical: +12V, +5V
-Support ATX mode
Environment Operatin Temperature:0°C~55°C (for 75W CPU limitation)
Storage Temperature:-20°C~80°C
Relative Humidity:5~90%,non-condensing
Thermal Solution depends on chassis design and system fan selection
MTBF Over 100,000 hours at 40°C
Non-standard Golden Finger definition .Section A/B: PICMG 1.3 Standard PCI Express definition, total 20 lanes
.Section D: PCIe x 16 from 2nd CPU(Dedicated backplane for ROBO-8122VG2R)

Ordering Guide

PICMG 1.3(PCI-E).LGA2011. Dual Intel Haswell-EP processor with eight DDR4 REG DIMM sockets.SHB.w/VGA/GbE/SATA III/USB 3.0 ports

Packing List

  • B8983670 Installation CD
  • B8981980 PICMG SBC Handling and Installation Notice
  • B6902932 SATA III cable

  • B9971490 CPU cooler for single processor (for 4U system)
  • B9971510 CPU cooler for single processor (for 2U/4U system)
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  • Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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