That's a big bummer :'(Well this quaint, got 2 replacement boards w/o heatsinks.
I have 7 boards in total. 2 with 1 bad dimm slot, one refuses to do anything (fully dead) and 4 others that work good. The socket definitely is a bit funny like that.Also remember to screw the cpu screw very tightly and more than you think. That got me on the 2 boards I got. I thought they were duds until I tightened the cpu socket more than I thought I needed to. Rookie mistake but one to look out for!
Sorry, I'm confused. So does it not fit or does it fit with some modification? Were you able to get them to work? I'm thinking about replacing the stock cpu coolers as well since last time I fired them up it was pretty loud :/So the supermicro coolers are not compatable with the advantech board.
Supermicro mounting kit requires 4mm holes for cpu cooler, advantech has 3.2mm holes.
Sure the cooler works and performs the original cooler into shame with a patented mounts.
4x m3x25/30 screws, 8x m3 nuts, 4x washers and 4x springs from the supermicro coolers.
Yes that one works out of the box. although it only uses two holes as opposed to 4. Under 100% load it keeps things at 65ish it might work better after the thermal compound cures. I have that one cooling a i7-27xxqm.
with J1900 MB like these why would you want to go to use used MB?
ASRock Q1900M Intel Quad-Core Celeron Processor J1900 Micro ATX Motherboard/CPU/VGA Combo - Newegg.com
ASRock Q1900-ITX Intel Celeron J1900 Motherboard/CPU/VGA Combo - Newegg.com
It isn't, but this motherboard definitely lets you know when it gets too hot. I swapped a 2760qm into mine a few months back to help with Steam streaming and with the stock fan it would start doing a dual tone ambulance style tone when I ran prime95 and I ended up having to swap out the cooler.anyone knows if it's possible to get temperature info in ESXI ? I see no sensors in the Health Tab.
The reasons why I bought two of these boards, were (besides of performance) because of AES-NI support and dual Intel NICs, neither of which are on the cheap J1900 boards.I'm going to have to go with performance differences between that celeron and even the old mainboard, that being said i'm not sure i see the value over something like an old W510 which at 275 includes everything except an os, i had 16gb in mine(which was lost due to a car fire while moving) but they'll take 2xSSD no problem with the optional tray and the dock offers more ports for USB ect. the big missing component is PCIE expansion for something like a raid controller
(Edit: and unless it's shot the battery provides a built in ups for it and any bus powered USB devices)
what did you swap the cooler with ? I've ordered this case (wanna throw some 3.5" hdds and I need the room) so there's should be enough space for a bigger cpu cooler as well.It isn't, but this motherboard definitely lets you know when it gets too hot. I swapped a 2760qm into mine a few months back to help with Steam streaming and with the stock fan it would start doing a dual tone ambulance style tone when I ran prime95 and I ended up having to swap out the cooler.