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    Name that part!

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    that's easy!!

    it's a cpu regulator module.

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    come on, you guys Googled the part number

    must be before my time...I have no clue what a CPU regulator does....could be a flux capacitor for all I know

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    Quote Originally Posted by drdoug99
    come on, you guys Googled the part number

    must be before my time...I have no clue what a CPU regulator does....could be a flux capacitor for all I know
    Some server mobo's don't have an onboard adjustment for the CPU voltage, so you need and external regulator depending on which CPU you are using.

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    Hmm is it assembled in Tiawan??

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    Quote Originally Posted by drdoug99
    come on, you guys Googled the part number

    must be before my time...I have no clue what a CPU regulator does....could be a flux capacitor for all I know
    I didn't, only installed a few dozen of them though!
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    Damm I missed the fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YeOldeStonecat
    I didn't, only installed a few dozen of them though!
    Never installed any but I've fixed a few dozen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zooner
    that's easy!!

    it's a cpu regulator module.
    The winner!

    From an old Prolaint. Need another one so I can install another processor but I hate to spend even $15 on the old box. Just hate to get rid of it.

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    I thought it was part to the Bat Mobile............
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