Oracle Server X9-2 two-socket x86 server is designed for maximum security, reliability, and performance for Oracle Database, and it is an ideal building block for running Oracle software in the cloud. Oracle Server X9-2 is engineered for running Oracle Database in deployments using SAN/NAS, and for delivering infrastructure as a service (IaaS) in cloud and virtualized environments that require an optimal balance among core density, memory footprint, and I/O bandwidth.

The intent of the power calculator is to provide guidance for estimating the electrical and heat loads for typical operating conditions. It should not be used to calculate power or HVAC requirements. Instead, please use the appropriate site planning guide to allow for proper allowances.

Notices and Disclaimers
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Oracle Server X9-2 Server Power Calculator

Configure your Oracle Server X9-2 and calculate your system's total power consumption.

Item Quantity Notes
Processor Select Processor Type
Chassis Four disk chassis, supports up to four disk chassis, 2.5-inch disk drives
Number of CPUs Select Number of CPUs
Select number of DIMMs
Select number of DIMMs
NVMe Drives Select number of NVMe Drives
PCIe Cards Select number of PCI-Express and Mezzanine Cards
(Min 1, Max 4)
Indicate Workload (%): Select Workload range
(1% - 100%)

Sample Results

Item Active Idle Power Sample Power
Total Power of System (Watts) (estimated) (estimated)
Total Power of System (BTU/HR) (estimated) (estimated)

Notices and Disclaimers

You MUST allow electrical and cooling headroom for unforeseen circumstances, component upgrades, and increased computational loads. Please allow for worst-case power conditions. Actual power consumption will vary from the sample workload used in the power calculator. These include, but are not limited to, the factors below. Each of these factors may cause significant differences in power consumption:

  • Actual workload and its fluctuations
  • Ambient temperature
  • Cooling patterns
  • Excessive inlet temperature
  • Humidity
  • Operating systems features
  • Power management settings

The "Sample Power" results shown (if using 100% workload) represent server power consumption measurements with CPUs at 100% utilization running SPECjbb2005. HPC workloads may consume more power than the commercial workload used in this calculator. If shown for this calculator, the "Active Idle Power" results represent power consumption measurements taken from servers with operating systems booted and stabilized, yet running at minimal utilization. Sample results shown are representative of measurements taken with room temperatures below 25°C. System power can vary depending upon hardware/software configurations and environmental conditions. For precise results, actual measurements based upon the exact hardware/software/environmental conditions are recommended.

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