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Heatsink for Intel SE7520BB2

I Have Intel SE7520BB2 dual-socket server motherboard with 2 Intel Xeon
LV SL8WT (2.0GHz Dual-Core Sossaman) I need to know CPU heatsinks which
we can work. In Intel page no information found. Thanks

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ummmm

i just need some help regarding to choose a good heatsink for Intel Xeon 2GHz/667 MHz 2MB SL8WT FCPGA SOCKET. Intel SE7520BB2 motherboard server.I don't know what heatsink is fit.Thanks for help

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OK, that's the 31 Watt CPU.

But this is not a heatsink you get off the shelf. This model CPU is targeting a specialized group of folk that are making their complete solution. Intel does publish specs on how to make this but I fear you think this is something you get off the shelf.
Bob

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Is it the case you have the MB without the heatsinks ?
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ummm

i just need some help regarding to choose a good heatsink for Intel Xeon 2GHz/667 MHz 2MB SL8WT FCPGA SOCKET. Intel SE7520BB2 motherboard server.I don't know what heatsink is fit.Thanks for help

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Not sure I've made it clear....the CPU
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You bet you need help.

Intel publishes design specs for that CPU but as you found out, there is no ready to use solution for this CPU.

This is because this model is for system designers and companies that are creating a specific solution. You may be thinking this is your average everyday CPU and it's not.
Bob

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