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Old 27th July, 2005, 09:18 AM
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temp monitoring a slot 1 P2

now, i have finally got my DD5+ for my server, now, i want to monitor my servers dual slot 1 P2s, but, as most of you will know, they came in a big nintendo like catridge, so how would i monitor the chip temps?
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Some of the Pentium II SECC/SECC2 packages included a thermal diode embedded on the CPU. If the motherboard supports it, then you'd be able to obtain it from the motherboard itself with something like MBM5.

Otherwise, you're a little stuck. You might be able to fit a sensor inside the cart if you're careful (without opening it). Otherwise, you might have to open up one of the carts to insert the sensor.
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the DD5+ has no interface with the computer, so, well, is there a guide on the net or somthing to dissasembling a slot one proc?
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Is it SECC1 or SECC2 (SECC2 is a PII/PIII on the half-shell, SECC1 is a PII/PIII in full armor).
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Depends if it's in a SECC or SECC2 cart really. If it's SECC, then it's partially glued together if I remember the last PII I took apart.
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