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This got me thinking, my firewall has a pentium 120, does this really need a 
fan?

On Saturday, January 05 2002 09:21 am, Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> henry, my firewall, mephisto, is using a "Pentium MMX" clocked at 233MHz.
>
> there is no fan.  it's creepy how quiet it is.  in fact, sometimes i
> have to look over to it just to get a mental confirmation that the damn
> thing is on.   have to admit, i've forgotten how nice it is to not have
> a fan on a machine.
>
> also, i've found that high quality fans are more quiet than others.
> also, the case makes a big difference too.  i got lucifer the expensive
> aluminum case (cooler master?  i forget.).  the thing has 3 internal
> fans and 1 cpu fan, and i can barely hear a peep out of it.
>
> if you want to come over and take a look at mephisto's motherboard,
> you're more than welcome to.  we could even rent a couple of dr. who and
> make a dinner out of it.  :)
>
> pete
>
>
> begin Henry House <hajhouse@houseag.com>
>
> > Can anyone recommend a motherboard (preferably for a Pentium II) with an
> > AGP slot that would be good for underclocking? I don't really care about
> > performance, but it is essential that the CPU run without a fan (hence
> > the need to underclock). It would be a big plus to have built-in ethernet
> > and DIMM support rather than RIMMs.
> >
> > --
> > Henry House
> > The attached file is a digital signature. See
> > <http://romana.hajhouse.org/pgp> for information.  My OpenPGP key:
> > <http://romana.hajhouse.org/hajhouse.asc>.

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