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Dell PowerEdge R430 R530 Server Motherboard

76,000.00

  • Product: Dell  R530 & R430 Server Motherboard
  • Category: Refurbished
  • Compatible Model: Dell R530 & R430
  • Dell Part Number: DP/N 0HFG24
  • Category: Refurbished
    30 Days Hardware Warranty
    Exclusive of Taxes***
Description

Description

Dell R430 R530 Motherboard

A system board (also known as the motherboard) is the main printed circuit board in the system with different connectors used
to connect different components or peripherals of the system. A system board provides the electrical connections to the components in the system to communicate.

Removing the system board

Do not attempt to remove the TPM plug-in module from the system board. Once the TPM plug-in module is installed, it is cryptographically bound to that specific system board. Any attempt to remove an installed TPM plug-in module breaks the cryptographic binding, and it cannot be re-installed or installed on another system
board.
Keep the Phillips #2 screwdriver ready.
Remove the following:
  • cooling shroud
  • memory modules
  • cooling fan cables
  • expansion card riser
  • integrated storage controller card
  • heat sink and processor
  • internal dual SD module
  • Disconnect all other cables from the system board.
  • Take care not to damage the system identification button while removing the system board from the chassis.
  • Remove the nine screws on the system board and slide the system board toward the front of the system.
  • Hold the system board t-handle and lift the system board out of the chassis.
  • To prevent damage to the system board, ensure that you hold the system board by its edges only.
  • Do not lift the system board by holding a memory module, processor, or other components.

Installing Dell R430 R530 Motherboard

  • Hold the system board by its edges and the system board t-handle, and angle it toward the back of the chassis.
  •  Lower the system board into the chassis until the connectors at the back of the system board align with the slots on the rear
    wall of the chassis, and the screw holes on the system board align with the standoffs on the chassis.
  •  Tighten the nine screws that secure the system board to the chassis.
Install the Trusted Platform Module (TPM). See the Installing the Trusted Platform Module section.

Replace the following:

  • Internal dual SD module
  • Heat sink/heat sink blank and processor/processor blank
  • Expansion card riser
  • Expansion cards
  • Internal dual SD module
  • Integrated storage controller card
  • Memory modules
  • Cooling shroud
  • Reconnect all cables to the system board.
  • Follow the procedure listed in the After working inside your system section.
  • Import your new or existing iDRAC Enterprise license. For more information, see the Integrated Dell Remote Access Controller User’s Guide at Dell.com/idracmanuals