Image 1/1: Jumpers - Remove any hanging jumpers. Hanging jumpers are attached to only one (1) pin.
  • Assemble Components: motherboard, CPU, heatsink, and memory sticks

  • Jumpers - Remove any hanging jumpers. Hanging jumpers are attached to only one (1) pin.

  • Remove the CPU socket cover. Push down on the locking lever and pull it out to the side to release load plate.

Add Comment

Image 1/2: Move the load plate over the CPU and secure the locking lever. Image 2/2: Move the load plate over the CPU and secure the locking lever.
  • Set the CPU down in the socket, taking note of the orientation.

  • Move the load plate over the CPU and secure the locking lever.

Add Comment

Image 1/3: Break off the rear portion of the riser. Image 2/3: Install the riser in the "SLOT6 PCI-E 2.0 X8" slot. Image 3/3: Install the riser in the "SLOT6 PCI-E 2.0 X8" slot.
  • Populate the BLACK DIMMs, NOT BLUE, with memory sticks.

  • Break off the rear portion of the riser.

  • Install the riser in the "SLOT6 PCI-E 2.0 X8" slot.

Add Comment

Image 1/2: Place the heatsink on top of the CPU and fasten it to the retention bracket. Image 2/2: '''NOTE''': Be sure the heatsink is not mounted on top of any capacitors and is making full contact with the CPU.
  • Place the heatsink retention bracket underneath the motherboard, lining it up with the holes in the motherboard.

  • Place the heatsink on top of the CPU and fasten it to the retention bracket.

  • NOTE: Be sure the heatsink is not mounted on top of any capacitors and is making full contact with the CPU.

Add Comment

Image 1/1: Label the SATA '''cable''' '''0'''. Label it on both sides and on both ends.
  • Assemble Components: hard drive, SATA cable, and SATA power adapter.

  • Label the SATA cable 0. Label it on both sides and on both ends.

  • Connect the SATA cable to the hard drive.

  • Remove any hard drive jumpers if necessary.

Add Comment

Image 1/1: Sort out needed parts for installation. (Screws, Stand-Offs)
  • Remove all of the trash from the accessory box. (Cardboard, Empty Packaging)

  • Sort out needed parts for installation. (Screws, Stand-Offs)

Add Comment

Image 1/1: Replace any stripped screws.
  • Check to see that all external chassis screws are torqued using a torque screwdriver.

  • Replace any stripped screws.

  • Remove any miscellaneous items and place them in the accessory box to be passed onto the next Work Center, these items include airflow guides, deflectors fans, etc.

  • Temporarily remove the mylar sheet and the left/right black plastic air guides.

Add Comment

Image 1/3: Place the mylar sheet back into the chassis. Image 2/3: Remove the two (2) highlighted NIC port tabs from the I/O shield. Image 3/3: Remove the two (2) highlighted NIC port tabs from the I/O shield.
  • Ensure that stand-offs are installed in all the circled locations and remove any that are not circled.

  • Place the mylar sheet back into the chassis.

  • Remove the two (2) highlighted NIC port tabs from the I/O shield.

Add Comment

Image 1/3: The highlighted stand-off will be covered by the motherboard, this is OKAY. There is an area on the underside of the motherboard, by this stand-off, that is clear of traces and solder points. Image 2/3: Place the assembled motherboard into the chassis. Image 3/3: Secure the assembled motherboard to the chassis using seven (7) "A" screws.
  • Check to see that all internal chassis screws are torqued using a torque screwdriver.

  • The highlighted stand-off will be covered by the motherboard, this is OKAY. There is an area on the underside of the motherboard, by this stand-off, that is clear of traces and solder points.

  • Place the assembled motherboard into the chassis.

    • Secure the assembled motherboard to the chassis using seven (7) "A" screws.

Add Comment

Image 1/3: Place the assembled hard drive into the chassis. Image 2/3: Secure the assembled hard drive to the chassis (from the underside) using four (4) "B" screws. Image 3/3: Secure the assembled hard drive to the chassis (from the underside) using four (4) "B" screws.
  • Connect the longer SATA power cable from the power supply to the hard drive.

  • Place the assembled hard drive into the chassis.

  • Secure the assembled hard drive to the chassis (from the underside) using four (4) "B" screws.

Add Comment

Image 1/1:
  • Reinstall the black plastic air blocker by the hard drive. Route the SATA power cable in front of the fan bracket.

Add Comment

Image 1/1:
  • Apply the serial label, that was retrieved earlier, to the rear of the chassis.

Add Comment

Image 1/1: Scan the serial barcode of the system.
  • Click the Finish button in the builder view.

  • Scan the serial barcode of the system.

  • Click Finish to finish the build.

  • Click Close to exit the popup overlay.

  • Place all unused components into the accessory box or bin.

  • Move the system to the appropriate rack.

  • Pre-Assembly Complete.

Add Comment

Finish Line

Dozuki System

Member since: 09/24/2009

1 Reputation

121 Guides authored

0 Comments

Add Comment