Yes, the rear bracket is actually a separate HPE SKU. Here's the SKU's as far as I've been able to tell:One thing I noticed on mine is that the M.2 retaining screws appear to be part of the heat sink retainer assembly. Without the heat sink, there's no way to actually keep M.2s in place. It should be easy enough to draw up a part and 3D print it.
Awesome works Scott! I'm going to try to print on my end, see how I go. I picked up one of these and subsequently another 3 more recently. Looking forward to see how you go with the heatsinks as well.I'm working on getting a few sample heatsinks, but that'll probably take 2-3 weeks.
My EL4000's onboard power meter claims around 120W average. That seems high if it's a per-node number, but low for 4 nodes. So I'm not really sure how much power it's drawing.Scott - what is power draw are you getting from the 4 nodes setup you have in EL4000? I am debating about downsizing my current lab using the same setup.