Supermicro X10SDV-16C-TLN4F+ - $500

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  1. IamSpartacus

    IamSpartacus Well-Known Member

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    Seller is claiming the board (via contact) is non functioning so expect no buyer protection if you can't get the board working.
     
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  2. brinox

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    You could easily just buy the active "+" Supermicro HSF SNK-C0057A4L and slap it on one of these boards, if that's all that's wrong with it.

    Supermicro SNK-C0057A4L Accessories
    Supermicro SNK-C0057A4L Heat Sink with retention back plane assembled onboard 672042116386 | eBay

    That being said, I think the proper HSF for these boards is actually SNK-C0092A4L but that part number doesn't really yield readily available options for purchase...

    Edit: my bad, I didn't see that the IHS was actually removed as well. I think this heatsink would still work pretty well either way, but there's more of a YMMV warning now without that IHS!
     
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  3. IamSpartacus

    IamSpartacus Well-Known Member

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    With no integrated heat shield (IHS) any heatsink for these would not make contact with the CPU die and thus would be useless.
     
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  4. Geran

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    I might be willing to try something, my thought:

    The heatsinks from Cooljag require a different mounting plate put in place because the Intel plate is too low. I wonder without the IHS would the mount now fit without changing the mounting plate on the backside. It would be a a huge risk for sure but a massive gain if it did work.
     
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  5. marcoi

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    If they powered these up with IHS would they kill the chip? I am wondering if they tried that and now they DOA.
     
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  6. IamSpartacus

    IamSpartacus Well-Known Member

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    Could be. Seller said they were all returned by previous buyer claiming all were defective.
     
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  7. marcoi

    marcoi Well-Known Member

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    i would probably risk 75 dollars for a board. if it was DOA i think i could get that back reselling it doa on ebay
     
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  8. Geran

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    Seller delisted the remaining 8 they had.
     
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  9. BlueFox

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    6 relisted at $200 OBO.
     
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  10. Geran

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    Still not really worth it at that price. Maybe at $100 I would try it out but $200 OBO is too much to risk.
     
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  11. Fritz

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    Why were these delidded ?
     
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  12. Detonyle

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    I tried at 150$
     
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  13. mrrensing01

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    So I bought one @$250 before they were relisted. Made a copper shim 30mm x 30 mm x 0.05mm, slapped on some thermal paste, and installed a SNK-C0057A4L. Cleared the BIOS and booted it up. So far, so good with a single DIMM though not exhaustive by any stretch. The heatsink is warm to the touch while I was poking around the BIOS/IPMI. None of the sensors were reading in IPMI after I did the factory reset.

    The BIOS "splash screen" is a Microsoft logo so that probably explains where they came from.

    I didn't mess with it as much as I wanted too but will get back to it tonight. The BIOS rev was 1.1c, didn't catch the IPMI version. Hoping I get sensor data back after updating/refreshing both.
     
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  14. Geran

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    Someone bought all 6 of their remaining stock it seems.
     
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  15. Rand__

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    Lol, after @mrrensing01 took the plunge it was safe enough I guess;)
     
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  16. Geran

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    Yeah, I guess so.
     
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  17. Detonyle

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    It was sold before he posts, maybe he bought the 6 other one ^^
     
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  18. samat.io

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    FYI, my non-delided X10SDV-16C idles around 45–55°C. Curious to see the difference.
     
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  19. mrrensing01

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    That 's good info. I'm nervous about turning the main power back on until I can get sensor readings. The remote BIOS update license is applied, but I was hoping to backup the BIOS that's on there first. Hopefully the IPMI flash will restore the sensors...
     
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  20. mrrensing01

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    No luck yet. BIOS settings don't persist across reboots and it looks like a semi-custom version. The only boot option I get is PXE, so will need to set a few things up to support that tomorrow.
     

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