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      These reference designs describe the essential components of an IBM® POWER8® system. Third parties may copy, enhance, and modify these designs. Use of these designs enables engineers to quickly evaluate systems and may reduce product development time.

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          These documents describe the IBM® POWER8® memory riser cards with DDR4 SDRAM.


          OpenPOWER POWER8 DDR4 Memory Riser Design Files

          These specialized files support the IBM POWER8 memory buffer. Used with EDA software from Cadence Design Systems, Inc., they enable the efficient design of PCBs for the OpenPOWER POWER8 DDR4 memory riser design. Schematics are provided in both native format and as a PDF file. Layout, card outline, and cross section files, a bill of materials, and...


          POWER8 Memory Buffer Design Files

          The attached files support the design of OpenPOWER products that use the IBM POWER8 Memory Buffer. The schematic pdf contains information on the value, size, and quantity of capacitors and calibration resistors that must be placed under (on the backside of) the POWER8 Memory Buffer module. The two Allegro board files show correct placement of these...


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          These documents describe the IBM® POWER8® memory riser cards with DDR3 SDRAM.


          OpenPOWER POWER8 DDR3 Memory Riser Design Files

          These specialized files, when used with electronic design automation (EDA) software from Cadence Design Systems, Inc., enable the efficient design of printed circuit boards (PCBs) for an OpenPOWER POWER8 DDR3 Memory Riser. Schematics are provided in both native format and as a PDF file. A layout file, a bill of material, cross section, card outline,...


          POWER8 Memory Buffer Design Files

          The attached files support the design of OpenPOWER products that use the IBM POWER8 Memory Buffer. The schematic pdf contains information on the value, size, and quantity of capacitors and calibration resistors that must be placed under (on the backside of) the POWER8 Memory Buffer module. The two Allegro board files show correct placement of these...


        • 2-Socket Reference Design for POWER8 (Memory Riser Card Required)

          This material supports 2-socket IBM® POWER8® designs.



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