tim at tmpco.com
Wed Dec 15 02:35:25 UTC 2004
On Tue, 2004-12-14 at 06:44 -0800, Brian T. Brunner wrote:
> How to respond to a CPU heat problem?
> I'd look for a better CPU cooler.
> "Thermal Boost" works well for me and is quiet.
> Brian Brunner
> brian.t.brunner at gai-tronics.com
> >>> cosme at pcs.srv.br 12/14/04 06:14AM >>>
> How to solve this problem?
> Slow down cpu frequency? Automatically?
> Alarme sound for high temperatures?
> Automatic shutdown?
> How to do these tasks?
> Athon XP 2200
> Asrock motherbord K7vm2
> Cosme Corrêa.
When is the last time you pulled the cover? You may be able to knit a
sweater out of what is in there. Every so often I need to open my
computers that are on 24/7 make a change etc. But I wait until it's
cooled off and take a can of compressed air and blow it out. First, do
it outside as it's a big cloud of dust, and check the direction of the
wind. No reason to have it blow back in your face. I've done that :-)
I'm assuming that it ran fine and cooler before. Before putting the
cover back on make sure all the fans are running OK.
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