Tiger i7500 (S2722) FAQ Updated 07/17/03
 

  1. Is there TYAN System Monitor support for this system board?

    Yes!  Please go to the following page for more details and software download.
    http://www.tyan.com/support/html/software_utilities.html
     
  2. Is there any power supply, chassis, or cooling recommendations?

    Yes!  Please check here for details and listings.
     
  3. Why will my Adaptec 2200S SCSI Raid card not allow my system to POST when it is installed?

    Adpatec has released a new firmware flash update to address compatibility issues with the Intel i75xx chipset.  The updated firmware can be found at:  http://www.adaptec.com/worldwide/support/driverdetail.html?sess=no&language= English+US&cat=/Product/ASR-2200S&filekey=2200s_fw_up_vB6003.exe
     
  4. Is there any power supply, chassis, or cooling recommendations?

    Adpatec has released a new firmware flash update to address compatibility issues with the Intel i75xx chipset.  The updated firmware can be found at:  http://www.adaptec.com/worldwide/support/driverdetail.html?sess=no&language= English+US&cat=/Product/ASR-2200S&filekey=2200s_fw_up_vB6003.exe
     
  5. What is the pinout for the serial port (COM2)?

    Please see page http://tyan.com/support/html/io_serial.html
     
  6. How do I completely DISABLE USB with S2722?

    There are 2 areas in the BIOS you must adjust to completely DISABLE USB.

    1) Go to
    BIOS  >>>
    ADVANCED SETTINGS  >>>
    USB CONFIGURATION.
    Select DISABLE for USB FUNCTION.

    2) Go to
    BIOS  >>>
    CHIPSET  >>>
    ICH3 SOUTHBRIDGE.
    Select DISABLE for ICH3 DEV29 FUNC0 USB1, ICH3 DEV29 FUNC1 USB2, ICH3 DEV29 FUNC2 USB3.
     
  7. How can I tell if I have a PWT or a PWTu?

    The pictures show a difference between the two types of Power Wind Tunnels from Intel.  The closed top (left image) is the original Intel PWT and the open top PWTu (right image) is the new solution from Intel.


     
  8. My current PWT from Intel does not fit on my S2722 motherboard.  How do I get around this issue?

    There are currently two kinds of PWT's from Intel.  In the pictures below, the images show capacitors around the socket.  Notice that there are two different heights.  In the left image, the capacitors are all the same height whereas right image shows some capacitors are lower in height.  If your S2722 has the capacitors that all have uniform height, then you need to use a PWTu from Intel.  However, if your S2722 has different height capacitors, then you can use either the PWT or the PWTu for your system.


     

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