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So I was browsing the HPE part search when I ran across this : PN 832667-001 a HP heatsink for the Gen8 for processors higher than 35w (states up to 65w)

https://parts.hpe.com/Hpparts/Search_Results.aspx?mscssid=BA897FF81B8346D397E843599D3BD3C6&SearchIn=PartNumber&SearchPN=832667-001

looking at the photos it appears to have a heatpipe that extends the rear of the server motherboard area.

With this the e3-1230-1270 v2 should be supported with our beloved gen8 with happy results and those processors are accessible for less than 200. for 325 you can have nice upgrade without looking for the e3-1265L that is more elusive
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With this the e3-1230-1270 v2 should be supported with our beloved gen8 with happy results and those processors are accessible for less than 200. for 325 you can have nice upgrade without looking for the e3-1265L that is more elusive

Yeah. A few people on the forum have purchased this heatsink already. The issue is that it is extremely hard to find and it isn't cheap when you do find it. Quite a few of the places that claim to sell the heatsink, don't actually have any stock of it.
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Hard to find and not cheap, this unit has come up a few times since not long after HP added the extra SKU's.

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So I was browsing the HPE part search when I ran across this : PN 832667-001 a HP heatsink for the Gen8 for processors higher than 35w (states up to 65w)

 

https://parts.hpe.com/Hpparts/Search_Results.aspx?mscssid=BA897FF81B8346D397E843599D3BD3C6&SearchIn=PartNumber&SearchPN=832667-001

 

looking at the photos it appears to have a heatpipe that extends the rear of the server motherboard area.

 

With this the e3-1230-1270 v2 should be supported with our beloved gen8 with happy results and those processors are accessible for less than 200. for 325 you can have nice upgrade without looking for the e3-1265L that is more elusive

832667-001.jpg

 

Yes, we have a few here

 

http://andysworld.org.uk/2016/05/20/experiments-with-different-intel-processors-in-a-hpe-proliant-microserver-gen8-part-4/

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