[RC5] D.net causing overheating

Redaktion Legalize! Wiesbaden redaktion at legalizewiesbaden.de
Sat Nov 17 18:28:12 EST 2001


----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Pollard" <chris at cdp181.demon.co.uk>
To: <rc5 at lists.distributed.net>
Sent: Saturday, November 17, 2001 3:11 PM
Subject: RE: [RC5] D.net causing overheating


< VIA Hardware Mon by any chance?  Mine shows the same.

Truly. But the duron600 runs the dnet-client at 32C 18h/day, so...

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-rc5 at lists.distributed.net
[mailto:owner-rc5 at lists.distributed.net]On Behalf Of Redaktion Legalize!
Wiesbaden
Sent: 17 November 2001 07:31
To: rc5 at lists.distributed.net
Subject: Re: [RC5] D.net causing overheating


Yes this is the confusion. My mb (some sort of monitor)
names 40C a 'hysteresis temp' an the 'cpu overheat temp'
shows 50C by default?

Harald



----- Original Message -----
From: "MJ" <enojon at ATTGLOBAL.NET>
To: <rc5 at lists.distributed.net>
Sent: Saturday, November 17, 2001 3:48 AM
Subject: Re: [RC5] D.net causing overheating


My mb temp sensors were alarming routinely if I used the
defaults--substantially lower than 80°C around 51°C.  After I
installed a floor a/c unit behind the case, the alarming ceased.
The cpu fans twirl rather noisily and I fear the ball-bearings will
soon be worn thin.

> From: "Andreas D. Landmark" <andreas.landmark at noxtension.com>
> Reply-To: rc5 at lists.distributed.net
> Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2001 19:55:46 +0000
> To: rc5 at lists.distributed.net
> Subject: Re: [RC5] D.net causing overheating
>
> 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
> for two
> seconds. Burns will also occur with a six-second exposure to 140 degree
> water or
> 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
> http://www.intmed.mcw.edu/clincalc/wtmeas.html)
>
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