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Re: cpu amount
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Re: cpu amount
- From: Alejo Sanchez <core_(_dot_)_lists_(_dot_)_openbsd-misc_(_at_)_core-sdi_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: 20 Nov 2000 15:29:01 -0300
- Organization: Core-SDI, Buenos Aires, Argentina
You should use a fan for the case (besides the
one for the power suply)
Before that, you can test if using the case open
while running those tests and using a fan to it
helps. If so, this is it. Having a big CPU cooler on
a very close case is pointless.
Or you can buy a good server case at ebay/onsale/whatever...
Rafael Coninck Teigao wrote:
> Tried that already. The fastest fan I could find around here spins at 8500>
> RPMs, I can get more from the CPU but it overheats sooner or later.
> Patrick Giagnocavo wrote:
> > on 11/20/2000 12:09 PM, Rafael Coninck Teigao at rafael_(_at_)_safecore_(_dot_)_net wrote:
> > > I've got this AMD K6-II 550 Mhz with an Asus P5A-B motherboard that
> > > always overheats when I try to run CPU intensive processes. Unfortunately,
> > > changing the CPU to an equivalent, or the motherboard did me no good, the
> > > same thing happened.
> > Buy another fan. Install it.
> > ./patrick
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