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HP ProLiant Gen9 MicroServer RUMORS

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ChronoSphere

And..the i3 processor takes 55W while the celeron version take 35W. For i3 you need a new heatsink.

 

So does the as-issued from HP i3 SKU come with a different heatsink?

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Mane

Thanks too :)

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wizzbang

Still no word on Gen9 / 10?

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Trig0r

Haven't heard anything Microserver wise since the new SKU's for the Gen8 dropped.

I'd say if anything, and given that HP have split, they are looking at reducing costs so making a small unit like a Microserver probably isn't on their radar for the foreseeable..

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schoondoggy

Haven't heard anything Microserver wise since the new SKU's for the Gen8 dropped.

I'd say if anything, and given that HP have split, they are looking at reducing costs so making a small unit like a Microserver probably isn't on their radar for the foreseeable..

I agree. 

The ML10 V2 is their current price leader.

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scruffters

Its a shame not to see a gen9.

 

Has anybody with the ML10 put hot swaps in the front? I quite like the fact that it has more than one PCIe, which can be a bit limiting on the gen8 micro.

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