Xeon Phi passive-to-active cooling adapter
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This is a simple blower fan adapter for the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor. With this you can adapt a blower fan to the Phi to make a passively cooled coprocessor become actively cooled. This is ideal for use in systems that do not otherwise have enough cooling capacity for passively cooled devices such as Nvidia Tesla P100 or V100 GPUs.
This adapter was designed specifically to adapt the Xeon Phi 5110P to the Sunon PMB1212PLB1-A blower fan.
Two versions of this model are uploaded; the first is a straight adapter which keeps the blower in line with the Phi while the second is a curved adapter which puts the blower along side the Phi. You would use the first if you have the space in your server/case to fit length-wise and the second if you have the room to fit width-wise.
Note: due to the blower fans high CFM and high wattage draw, you'll need to power it directly from a standard molex connector - not from a motherboard.
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