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Re: [vox-tech] underclocking
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Re: [vox-tech] underclocking



almost certainly not.  my 233 just has a heat sink, and it's not all
that impressive of a heat sink either.  you certainly don't have a
temperature monitor in your BIOS if its a P120, but i'm fairly sure
that the system would just freeze up if things got too hot.  i don't
think the chips would damage.  as opposed to, say, an athlon which is
considerably more fragile.  i'm a little surprised that anyone would say
that a PIII can run without a fan, however, i really don't know much
about PIII's other than they come after the 2 and before the 4.  :)

however, let me end this email by saying the obligatory -- no warranties
are implied, implicitly or explicitly.  if california dumps into the
pacific because your system overheated, don't blame me!  i'm just
telling you my own experience.  take yer own risks.

pete



begin Ryan <ryan@mother.com> 
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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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