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Where to buy a Socket 604 mPGA fan or Fan/heat sink

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I have a Xeon  2.80GHz Socket 604 mPGA, the fan is making noise so I’d like to replace it before it goes out. It runs on a H.P. Proliant ML330 server.

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What is the manufacturer and model number of the fan itself? (it's on that gold sticker)
Or, what model ML330? G1, G3, ?
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Thanks DavisMcGarn
G3
Fan info.: F17015B12HB 12V 0.3A it also includes a stamped number on it (H4495T)
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Thanks, it was like pulling teeth but I finely got a replacement part number for it and purchaed from memory4less.com. FYI the resalers HP parts contacts i was gave by HP parts support, one the phone number was old and did not work, the other service was so bad I finely thank them for trying to understand, it was like trying to purchase a keyboard from a tire store.
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I ended up purchasing a fan from a third party since HP does not carry any longer.
Now that I have the new fan installed and is running the serve beeps and gives me a message that it's going to "system shutdown" and was initiated by "NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM" "HP Proliant system shutdown service system is too hot or has lost cooling"
I went into HP System Management and under cooling and Temperature I see
FAN CPU has a failed status. Also when booting up it sometimes stops and gives me a message: G11 FAN 1 Failure detected fan zone CPU. I tried disconnecting power and holding down the power button to try and reset BIOS but this did not work. Any suggestions?
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Is the "new" fan spinning?  If the CPU is overheating, either the fan is not spinning, the heatsink is clogged with dust, the heatsink is not set properly on top of the CPU, or you need to apply fresh heatsink compound after cleaning off the old.
Many BIOSes have a Hardware Monitor entry which will display the voltages and the temps detected.
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