I have a cpu removed from an mayan city crb or maybe an aztec.... The crb was scrapped a while back, and I have one of the two cpus, both cpus didn't work in the A0 system.
Can I do anything with this cpu besides throw it in the recycle bin ? I tried it in an super micro x10 MB and it does not boot. If memory serves me right, the cpu was programmed for the A0/B0 grantely..
Any suggestions are welcome.. the cpu is QDCU 2.0 ghz.. Now that budget is tight, I'm forced to "repurpose" what's lying around..
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Thanks in advance again for your help.
Thanks for your speedy reply. The board was literally scrapped, meaning it went to reclamation and is now likely a pile of metals..
I did fill out the form as requested. This embedded R&D/POC project is integrating Intel Phi processors with Haswell-EP cores. We are hoping to shortly see multi-root PCI-E support in the Phi.
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Sorry it took so long to reply.. Its been a busy week.. I replied back to you email.. I'm still a bit confused. Mainly your team explained why the chip could never work in a Mayan City, when I personally removed it from a dual cpu configuration where it was working in a single cpu configuration. The dual CPU configuration was a bit troublesome, so I removed one cpu to get the CRB booting almost reliably. I had mentioned this in private email, but haven't heard a response back as of yet. Could the Mayan City been modified for the chips in hand ?
It is important to clarify you that the http://ark.intel.com/products/family/78585/Intel-Xeon-Processor-E7-v3-Family Haswell EX is different than the http://ark.intel.com/products/family/78583/Intel-Xeon-Processor-E5-v3-Family# @Embedded Haswell EP. Please keep in mind this information and the provided via email.
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