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HP ML350 G5 - how mcuh heat output ?

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We are moving from 3 serves to 10 at our main building.

They are all HP ML350 G5 tower units with single or dual quad core processors, memory ranging from 4GB to 32GB, all with redundant power supplies, additional HP dual GB NIC, and all with between 2 and 10 SATA drives per box.

I am trying to figure some likely collective heat output to gauge air conditioning requirements, and I know this will be inexact based on the hardware variations from box to box, but does anyone know where I can quickly lay my hands on likely average figures for the purposes of calculation ?
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Technical Specifications

System Unit - Tower Dimensions (HxWxD)
(with feet/bezel)  18.4 x 8.58 x 23.5 in. (46.8 x 21.8 x 59.6cm)
Weight (approximate)  60 lb (27.24 kg) (without hard drives)
Input Requirements
(per power supply) Rated Line Voltage 100-120 VAC / 200-240VAC
Rated Input Frequency 50 Hz to 60 Hz
Input Power <1000W @ 90VAC
<1050W @ 115VAC
<1205W @ 180VAC
Rated Input Current 10A(100VAC),6.7A(200VAC)
Rated Line Frequency 50 to 60 Hz  
BTU Rating 4112BTU/hr
 180VAC
Power Supply Output Power
(per power supply) Rated Steady-State Power 800W at 120V or 1000W at 220V
Temperature Range Operating 50° to 95° F (10° to 35° C)
(No direct sustaining sunlight)
Storage (up to one year) -40° to 158° F (-40° to 70° C)
Maximum Wet Bulb Temperature 82.4° F (28° C)
Relative Humidity
(non-condensing) Operating 10% to 90%
Non-operating 5% to 90%
Acoustic Noise Idle
(Fixed Disk Drives Spinning)  
L WAd (BELS) 5.0
L pAm (dBA) 33
Operating
(Random Seeks to Fixed Disks)  
L WAd (BELS) 5.1
L pAm (dBA) 33

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System Unit - Rack Dimensions (HxWxD)  8.54 x 17.5 x 21.9 in. (21.7 x 44.5 x 55.7cm)
Weight (approximate)  60 lb (27.24 kg) (without hard drives)
Input Requirements
(per power supply)  Rated Line Voltage 100-120 VAC / 200-240VAC
Rated Input Frequency 50 Hz to 60 Hz
Input Power <1000W @ 90VAC
<1050W @ 115VAC
<1205W @ 180VAC
Rated Input Current 10A(100VAC),6.7A(200VAC)
Rated Line Frequency 50 to 60 Hz  
BTU Rating 4112 BTU/hr
 180VAC
Power Supply Output Power
(per power supply) Rated Steady-State Power 800W at 120V or 1000W at 220V
Temperature Range Operating 50° to 95° F (10° to 35° C)
(No direct sustaining sunlight)
Storage (up to one year) -40° to 158° F (-40° to 70° C)
Maximum Wet Bulb Temperature 82.4° F (28° C)
Relative Humidity
(non-condensing) Operating 10% to 90%
Non-operating 5% to 90%
Acoustic Noise  Idle
(Fixed Disk Drives Spinning)  
L WAd (BELS) 5.0
L pAm (dBA) 33
Operating
(Random Seeks to Fixed Disks)  
L WAd (BELS) 5.1
L pAm (dBA) 33
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I got the above specs from the following URL:

http://vb.net/products/HP/12475_div.html
 
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by:Copyleft
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Smarty pants :)

Just what I wanted - thanks :)
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