Dell PowerEdge T620 motherboard replacement part

Hello, I am searching for a new replacement for my PowerEdge T620. 7HNGV is not available in my country. Please advise an equivalent part number for my motherboard. - PROCESSOR, E52620, 2.0, 15M, SNB, 95W, C2 - 4* DUAL IN-LINE MEMORY MODULE, 4GB, 1600, 1RX8, 4G, DDR3L, R Regards, Sameh
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Re: Dell PowerEdge T620 motherboard replacement part

Hello

You can check to see if the service kit is available. The system board is supposed to be replaced as a kit part that includes thermal grease. I would expect availability of kits to be higher than a stand-alone part.

0RFD1

I show that the board you are using is a V4 with a TPM module. The main differences between the boards are the version(V4) and trusted platform module type(TPM, TRPM, NTPM). The TPM type may be restricted in some countries. I think you should be okay to use V4, V5, or a V6 board. They should be backward compatible with V4.

Here are V6 part numbers, the latest system board may be the easiest to find. This V6 is the same TPM type as the part you are currently using.

G1CNH - Just the board
67N22 - Kit including the board

Thanks

Daniel Mysinger
Dell EMC, Enterprise Engineer

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Re: Dell PowerEdge T620 motherboard replacement part

Hello Daniel,

 

Thanks so much for this informative reply.

I wanted to ask about 67N22 - Kit including the board, what does this kit contain beside the motherboard?

Also 0RFD1, is this a part number for a motherboard that is equivalent to mine?

Lastly, I found this board 658N7 available in my country. is this part V4 board or not?

 

Thank you so much for your help.

Regards,

Sameh

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Re: Dell PowerEdge T620 motherboard replacement part

I think the kit just includes thermal grease and some instructions for applying it. Yes, 0RFD1 is the kit for the part number you provided.

658N7 is a V2 board. That board may work. There are hardware differences in later revision boards, but I don't think there is a hardware difference between V2 and V4. I think the main difference between V2 and V4 is the BIOS and iDRAC firmware installed on the board. If you install a board with an old BIOS or iDRAC firmware it may cause issues.

Daniel Mysinger
Dell EMC, Enterprise Engineer

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Re: Dell PowerEdge T620 motherboard replacement part

Thank you so much for your answer.

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