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HOT CPU get one of these 65 watt authentic HPE heatsinks! - HPE Part Number 832667-001 - Heatsink 65W - For use with ProLiant Microserver


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for giggles, we've got some of these to play with our Xeon E3-1290v2

 

http://vexpert.me/65Watt-HeatSink

 

if there was enough interest, we may be interested in doing bulk orders.

 

As you may know, these are very expensive, heatsinks!

 

If you don't know, they are expensive!

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Its still too expensive.

 

Better buy some BIG aftermarket Mini-ITX heatsink with an DIY bracket like you can see here.

 

If I had the tools to do it, and I was mechanically minded. but me personally I don't so an off the shelf solution is better for me.

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I'm surprised no one has talked about water cooled heatsinks on the n64 and gen8

biggest issue is the non standard layout of the securing points on the motherboard.

 

until someone, provides an adaptor plate!

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If I had the tools to do it, and I was mechanically minded. but me personally I don't so an off the shelf solution is better for me.

 

Well i don't hink you have to be mechanically minded much.

An caliper, 2mm aluminium sheet, a Dremel and a (step)drill does the trick. :D

 

 

biggest issue is the non standard layout of the securing points on the motherboard.

 

until someone, provides an adaptor plate!

 

Where would you house the pump, rad en fan?

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Its still too expensive.

 

Better buy some BIG aftermarket Mini-ITX heatsink with an DIY bracket like you can see here.

Does anyone know which heatsink this is?

 

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Does anyone know which heatsink this is?

 

Sent from my C6833 using Tapatalk

 

A Scythe Kozuti. Available from 23 euros.

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Well i don't hink you have to be mechanically minded much.

An caliper, 2mm aluminium sheet, a Dremel and a (step)drill does the trick. :D

 

 

 

Where would you house the pump, rad en fan?

 

and again, if you have the tools, and can be bothered!

 

me, I would rather purchase an off the shelf solution.

 

in the future I may consult with the "workshop!" and see what they can do adaptor plate wise!

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