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Topic # 26338 18-Sep-2008 17:50
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Will this heatsink fit my Xeon E5335 CPU?

I ask because the S604/800 leads me to believe it is for a different socket.

If it isn't right then can somebody please suggest where I can purchase the correct cooler.


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Master Geek

  Reply # 165487 18-Sep-2008 22:03
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Sorry it wont! Your E5335 is a 771 pin, where as that heatsink is for a older 604 pin Xeon (the pre-core2 architecture)

Can you adivise what sort of case your Xeon is going into?

1U/2U/Tower etc, as this effects the heatsink size etc.

If its for a 1U or Tower I probably have a few kicking around.  Along with a couple of grand worth of obsolete 604 heatsinks...

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  Reply # 165547 19-Sep-2008 08:07
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The Xeon is to be the second CPU on an Intel S5000XVN board mounted in a CM stacker case. The CPU came with a 1U heatsink with the crazy little fan. Somewhat of a mistake on my part.

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Master Geek

  Reply # 165559 19-Sep-2008 08:49
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You will be after something like the above, very very similar to the 604, but from memory the leg hight is different. Ill have a dig around shortly for one.


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  Reply # 166238 22-Sep-2008 12:33
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I have found Cooler Master S2N-7WHCS-05-GP which is for 771.

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