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THabi
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Looking for thermal model for D1577 processor

 
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Emeth_O_Intel
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Hello,

 

Thank you for contacting Intel Xeon Community Support.

 

As per the information requested about the Intel® Xeon® D-1577 Processors Thermal Model.

 

I was doing some research and I found the following document:

 

https://www.intel.com/content/dam/www/public/us/en/documents/design-guides/xeon-d-1500-thermal-guide...

 

Please take a look a the document and let me know if it helps you to clarify the information.

 

I will be waiting for your outcome in order to double check the information.

 

Best regards,

 

Emeth O.

Intel Server Specialist.

Emeth_O_Intel
Moderator
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Hello,

 

I am following up your case in order to suggest the following Community Site.

The Intel Embedded Xeon in which you can gather more details about this information: Intel® Embedded Xeon®

 

Have a wonderful day.

 

Best regards,

 

Emeth O.

Intel® Server Specialist.

THabi
Beginner
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Hi Emeth, Although the document you supplied contained some very helpful information, but it is missing what I'm looking for exactly. I use a computational fluid dynamics software to simulate airflow and temperature. Therefore, I need to be able to model the processor in my thermal model. There are few options we can use to model the processor: 1) 2-resistor model - Junction to case and Junction to board thermal resistances - Not very accurate, but the model will be very light. 2) Delphi model - It is a multi resistance model 3) Detailed model - It is usually supplied by the vendor of the component. If a thermal detailed model is not available. It could be constructed, but a lot of information would be needed: a- Material properties mainly the thermal conductivity of the components used in the package (Heat spreader, solder balls etc…) b- Die size and location in the package c- Substrate thermal conductivity in-plane, and thru layers d- Die attach e- Thermal interface material between Die and heat spreader Regards, Talal Habib.
Emeth_O_Intel
Moderator
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Hello Talal,

 

Thank you so much for replying back.

 

I hope you find very well today.

 

In that case, my best recommendation will be to create a community thread in the following community site:

Intel® Embedded Xeon®

 

They will be more than happy to assist you with the most accurate information.

 

Best regards,

 

Emeth O.

Intel® Server Specialist.

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