[HARDWARE] Newest client causes BSOD with AMD 2100+?

Steven Nikkel steven_nikkel at ertyu.org
Wed Oct 16 17:08:14 EDT 2002


You might want to cut down on intake fans and concentrate on exhaust fans,
if you have overpowering intake fans you can increase the pressure in the
case which is detrimental to cooling.

On Wed, 16 Oct 2002 ws6ta at lvcm.com wrote:

> Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2002 12:57:46 -0700
> From: ws6ta at lvcm.com
> Reply-To: hardware at lists.distributed.net
> To: hardware at lists.distributed.net
> Subject: Re: [HARDWARE] Newest client causes BSOD with AMD 2100+?
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> >I, too, would highly suspect the fan/heatsink and case fans/ventilation.
> >Remember, with a CPU that fast, put fans everywhere in the case where
> >there's a place for them. Also be sure to use an AMD-recommonded
> >heatsink/fan for that particular CPU model.
>
> Thanks for the input.  I currently have 3 3000rpm fans in the case, 2 intakes and 1 exhaust, plus the two fans in the power supply (Enermax brand).  The CPU has a big heat sink on it with a large fan.  I guess I could look at improving that though.  The MB reports it's temp at around 38*C.
>
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