Bitfan

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Good afternoon.
It is not possible to start the system on the Intel® Xeon® Platinum 8180 Processor

More information about the configuration:
There are 3 CPUs:
1. ES identical to Intel® Xeon® Platinum 8180 Processor (QL1F) - The system does not start.
2. ES identical to Intel® Xeon® Platinum 8180 Processor (QL1K) - The system does not start.
3. Intel® Xeon® Bronze 3104 Processor (I use it to test the performance of the motherboard and DDR4 memory) - The system on both motherboards is working, and the memory is fully defined.

There are 2 motherboards:
1. Tyan Tempest HX S7100 (S7100AG2NR)
2. Supermicro X11DAi-N

DDR4 - 2600 to 4Gb - 8 modules - tested and working with these motherboards.


More details about the problem and my attempts to launch the system:

Installed one and two processors, the system on the S7100 board does not display any picture on the screen and no signals.
Motherboard X11DAi-N - launches a video chip and displays a picture with information that the All channels are disabled due to memory test failures.

Updating the BIOS to different versions from the manufacturers site did not help to solve the problem.



Help solve the problem - how to run these CPUs?
 

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Nizmo

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I bet neither manufacturer has updated microcode to include 8180

Have they released an update since the meltdown/spectre patches from Intel?
 

MiniKnight

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Uh... QL1F and QL1K are ES not QS and are not the same as the 8180. They will not work in many motherboards and will show up as Intel confidential.

QL ES CPUs have a better chance to work in single socket.
 

Bitfan

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QL1F and QL1K are ES not QS and do not match with 8180. - so do not say so. But for me the main thing is to run them.
The seller claims that the processors are removed from the working machines. but to report the model of the motherboard it has no possibility: (
 

Dbd02596

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QL1F and QL1K are ES not QS and do not match with 8180. - so do not say so. But for me the main thing is to run them.
The seller claims that the processors are removed from the working machines. but to report the model of the motherboard it has no possibility: (
Hi, you need to have X11DPH mobo they will work for sure.
 

Syr

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I've been able to boot both of those successfully in an X11SPM-F before. It's a small (mATX) single socket board however.
 

Bitfan

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I've been able to boot both of those successfully in an X11SPM-F before. It's a small (mATX) single socket board however.

QL1F - QL1K is it ES and you have them working on X11SPM-F? can I have a screenshot and BIOS version?
 

Syr

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I know it works on the original bios:
Bios version 1.0, build date 06/22/2017
CPLD ver 04.B0.29

I've got a cpuid screenshot from a while ago of the QL1K. That one was a loaner that I don't have anymore.

I can get a screen for the QL1F later.
 

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Bitfan

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I know it works on the original bios:
Bios version 1.0, build date 06/22/2017
CPLD ver 04.B0.29

I've got a cpuid screenshot from a while ago of the QL1K. That one was a loaner that I don't have anymore.

I can get a screen for the QL1F later.

Thank you.
 

clnt

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QL1F - QL1K is it ES and you have them working on X11SPM-F? can I have a screenshot and BIOS version?
Current using X11SPM-TF with a QL1F I cannot get POST, do you know if it's compatible with 2666MHz RAM ?
 

RolloZ170

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More information about the configuration:
There are 3 CPUs:
1. ES identical to Intel® Xeon® Platinum 8180 Processor (QL1F) - The system does not start.
2. ES identical to Intel® Xeon® Platinum 8180 Processor (QL1K) - The system does not start.
3. Intel® Xeon® Bronze 3104 Processor (I use it to test the performance of the motherboard and DDR4 memory) - The system on both motherboards is working, and the memory is fully defined.
...
DDR4 - 2600 to 4Gb - 8 modules - tested and working with these motherboards.
Help solve the problem - how to run these CPUs?
4GB each module ? some es don't support 4gb, use 8gb or 16gb ones.