[RC5] D.net causing overheating
Redaktion Legalize! Wiesbaden
redaktion at legalizewiesbaden.de
Thu Nov 15 18:19:30 EST 2001
forgive me the foolish question. But what would be a normal
temp for an duron800?
This machine actually runs with 43 (104f) degrees. In the sommer's
heat (when the room is 32C) we had 48 degreess at the procs,
sometimes up to 53 but then the systems slowed down or even
crashed sometimes. 2 mem chips went down yonder at one machine
but... At those conditions we run the machines with 3 case fans
(1 in, 2 out).
Gruesse aus Deutschland
----- Original Message -----
From: "Aaron W. Swenson" <aswenson at frontiernet.net>
To: <rc5 at lists.distributed.net>
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2001 4:06 PM
Subject: Re: [RC5] D.net causing overheating
> I've had a similar problem. This is with a Celery 700, no over clocking,
> just a standard store bought setup (god I hated that machine.) However,
> wasn't the client that caused the overheating. Whenever anything got CPU
> intensive, it started overheating. The fan speed was good, it was
> fastened, yet it would get 60degrees Celsius (the Intel software didn't
> want to report in Fahrenheit.) When I ran the client, it got to 89
> degrees. This is in a small footprint case, and it didn't seem to matter
> if the cover was on or off. Any solutions?
> At 02:47 PM 11/14/2001 -0600, you wrote:
> >I've come across a real-world example of the d.net client overheating &
> >freezing a machine that otherwise performed normally. This has been
> >discussed as a theoretical problem with the d.net client on the past in
> >this forum.
> >An older Pentium Pro 200 user workstation I had cracking away on my
> >started freezing intermittently every hour or so - likely a hardware
> >problem, since we use a standard, known-good Win2k disk image on our
> >workstation machines. Instead of cracking the case and diagnosing the
> >hardware, I decided to remove d.net to see what would happen. I had the
> >continue using the machine for more than a week - no freezes.
> >I've just put the d.net client back on to see if my little experiment is
> >repeatable on this machine (which probably has a loose heat sink or slow
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