[RC5] D.net causing overheating
Aaron W. Swenson
aswenson at frontiernet.net
Fri Nov 16 15:54:51 EST 2001
Yeah, but most of the heat would escape at the surface level, and on it's
way up a thin two foot straw.
At 07:55 PM 11/16/2001 +0000, you wrote:
>At 16.11.2001 15:09, Aaron W. Swenson wrote:
>>See, the CPU running that hot got me to thinking. I could just take my
>>heat sink off and put my coffee mug on top of it to keep the coffee
>>warm. And yes, I do mean 89 degrees C.
>Coffee @ 89 degrees would be lethal ;-)
> From http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/pubs/5098.html
>Most adults will suffer third-degree burns if exposed to 150 degree water
>seconds. Burns will also occur with a six-second exposure to 140 degree
>with a thirty second exposure to 130 degree water. Even if the temperature
>is 120 degrees,
>a five minute exposure could result in third-degree burns.
>As 89°C == 192°F you'd suffer a third degree burn in less that 2 seconds
>if you drink your coffee...
>(didn't check the actual formula used
>Andreas D Landmark / noXtension
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