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Old 16th May, 2005, 08:23 PM
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how much cooling do P2s need

well, im building (soon) a dual P2 server machine to use as a basic ftp and possible a game hoast, anway i dont know what sorta cooling a P2 needs, the two (yes, they are matched steppings ) i have currently have big passive what i think are alu coolers on them, now how many case fans will i need to cool this sorta thing? and would it be worth adding fans to the coolers?

btw: im trying to make this as quite as possible

btw2: im using slot 1 400mhz phillipines core P2s
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Old 16th May, 2005, 09:29 PM
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They're deschutes cores which means 0.25micron at either 2V or 2.2V, not sure which and they only put out about 25W so not a problem to cool.

They shouldn't be too tough to cool, I have a linux router based on a 400mhz mendicino which only differs in having ondie cache and it's fine with just a passive heatsink and the psu fan, though the psu in that does have a vented case on the section above the cpu, with a regular psu that isn't vented a case fan would probably be best

I would say your best bet is a single quiet exhaust fan, you might even be able to get away with just removing the psu's casing to draw air thorugh that, I'd seal up any other holes in the case apart from near the bottom front of the case to allow air in though
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ok

but im sure they say phillipines on them.......

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Old 16th May, 2005, 09:57 PM
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phillipines is where they were produced, it won't mention the core on them but there were two PII cores, Klamoth and Deschutes, Klamoth cores a 233-300mhz, deschutes cores are 333-450mhz, the Klamoth got quite hot but the deschutes was a good cool running little core
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heh, ok thankies for that, for some reason when it said phillipines on top of the proc i thought that was the core name

meh, i kinda dont know much about pentium processors, i like switched to AMD after having a pentium MMX
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MMX, that was a while ago! Best of luck with your new Server!
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