Of course I don't know what your budget is but you can buy two six core low power E5 2620L v2 processors for 30 euro.
used Intel Xeon E5 2630L V2 Processor SR1AZ 6 Core 2.4GHz 15M 60W E5 2630LV2 Server LGA 2011 CPU|CPUs| - AliExpress
And you can always ask on this forum if you want to buy CPUs...
I have almost the same board, a X9DRH-7TF, and never seen this code. What kind of memory modules do you use? I always use ECC RDIMMS. For the processor, all Xeon E5-26xy v1 and v2 do work in this board so you can go as low as 2620 v1 and as high as 2697 v2.
I expected it to be at the front but it is at the back of the motherboard.
Anyway, with a 120mm Noctua fan blowing at it (FAN4), System Temp looks much better.
Thanks all, next step is to put the board into his/her case:)
I think CPU temperatures are ok, I was running some miner at all cores to test temperatures. if I put these Xeon E5-2696 v2 processors in my SuperMicro 6027TR-HTRF server, temperatures rise to 70 degrees and more.
At the moment the board is not in a case, some day it has to be put into a Zalman...
In this article https://www.servethehome.com/supermicro-x9drh-if-nv-review-nvram-capable-motherboard/ there is a picture of the motherboard heat.
So I thought putting a bigger heatsink on the Intel IO hub would make the System temp lower but it didn't do anything.
Also tried with a 40mm fan...
Does anybody know where the System Temp sensor on a SuperMicro X9DRH-7TF motherboard is located? I have good temperatures for both CPUs but System Temp goes always up to 80 degrees Celsius and higher. Already tried different case fan placements but nothing seems to work.
As written out in this post it is possible to put a SuperMicro X9DRT-HF+ board in a non-plus server but I like the non-plus motherboard better so I bought one from @gabor :)
Now I have for sale:
1x MBD-X9DRT-HF+ with damaged proprietary slot (see picture)
2x MCP-310-82719-0B air shroud
Update: I bought a X9DRT-HF+ with a damaged add-on-card port so at least I could try it :)
And yes, it is possible to put a X9DRT-HF+ motherboard in a 6027TR-HTRF chassis.
Without an IO-shield it looks like this.
Should insert some 'I don't know what they are called' in the node for...