The IBM® System x M3 builds on the latest Intel Xeon processor technology with extreme processing power and superior energy-management and cooling. The x M5 has outstanding memory performance that is . centralized key management through IBM Security Key Lifecycle Management. The IBM® System x Type server is a 1-U-high1 rack model server for The System x server supports one of the following hard disk drive.

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If the server already has an optical disk drive installed, the drive must be removed first. This card uses a dedicated connector on the motherboard and does not consume a PCI expansion slot.

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Power distribution units The server supports attachments to the power distribution units PDUs listed in the following table. RAID controllers depending on the model: Hyper-Threading reduces computational latency, thereby making optimal use of every clock cycle. Airborne particulates and reactive gases acting alone or in combination with other environmental factors such as humidity or temperature might pose a risk to the server. The drop-down light path diagnostics panel and individual light path LEDs quickly lead dxtasheet technician to failed or failing components.


Controllers for internal storage The following table lists the RAID controllers and additional options used for internal disk storage. Video controller integrated into IMM: Features and specifications Microprocessor: Standard models have two riser cards installed, which provide a total of two PCI Express 2. Turbo Boost Technology dynamically turns datashwet unused processor cores and increases the clock speed of the cores in use.

Flexibility and scalability The x M3 has the ability to grow with datashee application requirements with these features: Up to eight hot-swap 2.

Up to eight 2. Hexagonal holes can be grouped more densely than round holes, providing more efficient airflow through the system chassis. We provide service around the clock, every day, including IBM holidays. Low-voltage processors draw less energy and produce less waste heat than high-voltage processors, thus helping to reduce data center energy costs.

The following table lists the virtualization options. Processor Up to two six-core up to 3.

Features and specifications – IBM System x M3

Storage host bus adapters The following table lists storage adapters supported by x M3 server. IBM ServicePac offerings are country-specific. Intelligent Power Capability powers individual processor elements on and off as needed, to reduce power draw. Models with W power supply to nominal V ac; 50 Hz or 60 Hz; 7. Uninterruptible power datasgeet units The server supports attachments to the uninterruptible power supply UPS units listed in the datasheett table.


The following table shows the option available for x M3 server to add four additional hot-swap drive bays.

Features and specifications

This means less time and therefore less money spent servicing the x M3. The x M3 uses hexagonal ventilation holes in the chassis. Memory sparing is only supported in systems with Intel Xeon series processors installed. Standard specifications Table 1.

Other restrictions may apply. For information about the limits for particulates and gases, see Particulate contamination. Locations of key components Figure 2 shows the dataeheet of the server, with key components identified.

The maximum video resolution is x at 75 Hz. Sine-wave input 47 – 63 Hz required Input voltage low range: Not all covered types of ServicePacs might be available in a particular country.

Network adapters x M3 supports up to four integrated Gigabit Ethernet ports. This ultimately results in reduced operational costs. The server offers hot-swap and redundant fan modules and power dataeheet and hot-swap disk drives redundant when implemented in conjunction with a RAID controller.