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'''Blackbird™''' is an adaptation of [[Raptor Computing Systems|Raptor Computing Systems]]' next-generation [[POWER9|POWER9]] platform to the μATX (microATX) form factor. Focusing on the desktop use case, it is a single socket [[PowerNV]] system.
 
'''Blackbird™''' is an adaptation of [[Raptor Computing Systems|Raptor Computing Systems]]' next-generation [[POWER9|POWER9]] platform to the μATX (microATX) form factor. Focusing on the desktop use case, it is a single socket [[PowerNV]] system.
  
 
== Mainboard ==
 
== Mainboard ==
  
[[File:Blackbird board store image.png|thumb]]
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[[File:C1P9S01_block_diagram_from_user_manual.png|thumb|C1P9S01 Block Diagram]]
  
 
=== Specifications ===
 
=== Specifications ===
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|C1P9S01
 
|C1P9S01
 
|MicroATX
 
|MicroATX
|[[POWER9|POWER9]] [[Sforza|Sforza]]
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|POWER9 [[Sforza|Sforza]]
 
|3x GbE (Broadcom [[BCM5719|BCM5719]])
 
|3x GbE (Broadcom [[BCM5719|BCM5719]])
 
|4x SATA
 
|4x SATA
 
|}
 
|}
  
* MicroATX form factor.
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* MicroATX form factor
* One socket accepting a 4-core or 8-core POWER9 [[Sforza]] CPU.
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* One LGA 2601 socket accepting a [[POWER9]] [[Sforza]] CPU with TDP ≤ 160 W
* Two DDR4 memory channels (ECC memory required).
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* Two DDR4 1600/1866/2133/2400/2666 ECC registered RAM slots, dual-channel, supporting up to 256GB main memory
* Three Gigabit Ethernet ports provided by a Broadcom [[BCM5719]] chip.
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* Three Gigabit Ethernet ports provided by a Broadcom [[BCM5719]] chip
* Four SATA ports provided by a firmware-free Marvell [[88SE9235]] SATA chip.
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* Four SATA ports provided by a firmware-free Marvell [[88SE9235]] SATA chip
* 5.1 audio supporting analog and S/PDIF outputs.
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* 5.1 audio supporting analog and S/PDIF outputs
* HDMI output via BMC (2D framebuffer), using a firmware-free [[IT66121FN]] PHY chip.
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* HDMI output via BMC (2D framebuffer), using a firmware-free [[IT66121FN]] PHY chip
* Four USB 3.0 ports (2x rear, 2x on header for front panel) via firmware-free [[TUSB7340]] XHCI chip.
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* Four USB 3.0 ports (2x rear, 2x on header for front panel) via firmware-free [[TUSB7340]] XHCI chip
* One x16 PCIe Gen4 slot.
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* One additional internal USB 2.0 Type-A port
* One x8 PCIe Gen4 slot.
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* One x16 PCIe Gen4 slot (CAPI2-capable)
* [[AST2500]] BMC.
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* One x8 PCIe Gen4 slot
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* [[AST2500]] BMC with OpenBMC
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* One Lattice ICE40HX1K-VQ100 FPGA controller
  
 
=== Notes ===
 
=== Notes ===
* CPUs with more than eight cores may operate without WoF due to power regulator limitations.
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* 4-core and 8-core CPUs are officially supported.
* CPUs with four and eight cores function normally.
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* Other CPUs (CPUs with a TDP greater than 160W) may operate without WoF due to power regulator limitations.
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* Of the three Ethernet ports on the back panel, the one above the USB ports is the one that is shared with the BMC.
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== Energy consumption ==
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NOTE: numbers are approximate and may vary.  System power measured at wall with standard instruments.  CPU power reported by [[OCC|OCC]].
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{| class="wikitable sortable"
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! style="text-align:left;"| Component
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! style="text-align:left;"| Design Power
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! style="text-align:left;"| Power Use (Idle)
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! style="text-align:left;"| Power Use (Full Load)
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! style="text-align:left;"| Additional Information
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! Source
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|-
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|4-core CPU (02CY297): DD2.2, 2.15/3.8 GHz
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|90W
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|54W
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|94W
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|Measured at the wall. PSU: be quiet! Straight Power 11 450W 80+ Gold
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|[[User:MPC7500|MPC7500]]
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|-
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|8-core CPU (02CY649): DD2.3, 3.45/3.8 GHz
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|160W
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|34W
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|130W
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|Load generated via <code>stress --cpu 32</code>. CPU frequency scheduler: <code>ondemand</code>. Data reported by <code>lm_sensors</code>.
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|[[User:Tle|Tle]]
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|-
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|8-core CPU (02CY089): DD2.2, 3.45/3.8 GHz
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|160W
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|28-30W
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|114W
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|Load generated via <code>stress --cpu 32</code>. CPU frequency scheduler: <code>ondemand</code>. Data reported by <code>lm_sensors</code>.
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|[[User:Mx08|Mx08]]
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|-
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|Blackbird 8-core bundle (BK1B02) with 2x 32GB RAM
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|
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|54W
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|164W
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|Load generated via <code>stress --cpu 32</code>. CPU frequency scheduler: <code>ondemand</code>. PSU: Seasonic PRIME 850W 80+ Platinum
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|[[User:Mx08|Mx08]]
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|-
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|BMC (AST 2500)
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|
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|3.5W
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|
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|Measured at the wall. PSU: Seasonic PRIME 850W 80+ Platinum
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|[[User:Mx08|Mx08]]
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|}
  
 
== Support ==
 
== Support ==
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* [[Talos II|Talos II]] - dual socket, EATX cousin
 
* [[Talos II|Talos II]] - dual socket, EATX cousin
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* [[Talos II/Building FAQ]]
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* [[Blackbird/Building FAQ]]
  
 
== External Links ==
 
== External Links ==

Latest revision as of 09:12, 23 May 2020

C1P9S01 Mainboard

Blackbird™ is an adaptation of Raptor Computing Systems' next-generation POWER9 platform to the μATX (microATX) form factor. Focusing on the desktop use case, it is a single socket PowerNV system.

Mainboard

C1P9S01 Block Diagram

Specifications

Mainboard Part # Form Factor CPU Type Networking Storage Controller
C1P9S01 MicroATX POWER9 Sforza 3x GbE (Broadcom BCM5719) 4x SATA
  • MicroATX form factor
  • One LGA 2601 socket accepting a POWER9 Sforza CPU with TDP ≤ 160 W
  • Two DDR4 1600/1866/2133/2400/2666 ECC registered RAM slots, dual-channel, supporting up to 256GB main memory
  • Three Gigabit Ethernet ports provided by a Broadcom BCM5719 chip
  • Four SATA ports provided by a firmware-free Marvell 88SE9235 SATA chip
  • 5.1 audio supporting analog and S/PDIF outputs
  • HDMI output via BMC (2D framebuffer), using a firmware-free IT66121FN PHY chip
  • Four USB 3.0 ports (2x rear, 2x on header for front panel) via firmware-free TUSB7340 XHCI chip
  • One additional internal USB 2.0 Type-A port
  • One x16 PCIe Gen4 slot (CAPI2-capable)
  • One x8 PCIe Gen4 slot
  • AST2500 BMC with OpenBMC
  • One Lattice ICE40HX1K-VQ100 FPGA controller

Notes

  • 4-core and 8-core CPUs are officially supported.
  • Other CPUs (CPUs with a TDP greater than 160W) may operate without WoF due to power regulator limitations.
  • Of the three Ethernet ports on the back panel, the one above the USB ports is the one that is shared with the BMC.

Energy consumption

NOTE: numbers are approximate and may vary. System power measured at wall with standard instruments. CPU power reported by OCC.

Component Design Power Power Use (Idle) Power Use (Full Load) Additional Information Source
4-core CPU (02CY297): DD2.2, 2.15/3.8 GHz 90W 54W 94W Measured at the wall. PSU: be quiet! Straight Power 11 450W 80+ Gold MPC7500
8-core CPU (02CY649): DD2.3, 3.45/3.8 GHz 160W 34W 130W Load generated via stress --cpu 32. CPU frequency scheduler: ondemand. Data reported by lm_sensors. Tle
8-core CPU (02CY089): DD2.2, 3.45/3.8 GHz 160W 28-30W 114W Load generated via stress --cpu 32. CPU frequency scheduler: ondemand. Data reported by lm_sensors. Mx08
Blackbird 8-core bundle (BK1B02) with 2x 32GB RAM 54W 164W Load generated via stress --cpu 32. CPU frequency scheduler: ondemand. PSU: Seasonic PRIME 850W 80+ Platinum Mx08
BMC (AST 2500) 3.5W Measured at the wall. PSU: Seasonic PRIME 850W 80+ Platinum Mx08

Support

See also

External Links