At last, new CPU cooler

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Post by purrkur » Tue Feb 21, 2006 1:20 am

Hey Natorx,

I haven't checked out the V's yet but I bought three of these to dampen speed and noise:
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It has slowed the fans on my IV's down to about 1800 rpm and the noise is down to a comfortable level. I am using the third to slow the fan down on the BX chipset.
2x533MHz@544MHz, 2.0V
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Post by Dave Rave » Tue Feb 21, 2006 4:41 am

purrkur wrote:Good call. The flat plastic lever I got on one of my boards is also extremely inacessible so I have to use a tool to lift it so I guess the effect is the same.
seeing as some1 else re-activated this thread ...

purrkur, you original linux listings of voltages, showed the VTT with the CPU voltages. ( 2.0v )
can you figure out how (linux techs ? ) to post the correct voltages so we can see the 1.50v rail ?

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Post by KliK » Tue Feb 21, 2006 6:38 am

Wolfram wrote:Some time ago I ordered two Titan TTC-D5TB coolers for my BP6, which had a similar shape (6x6cm at the bottom, 8x8cm at the top). IIRC they were too large and touched the capacitors.

So it's nice to hear that there are still fans available that fit.

Are you running these fans @12V and they're still quiet? Or with reduced voltage?

actually they do fit without touching the caps...all you have to do is twist a little those ataching arms on the cooler for the S370!!! :lol:

here are the pics:

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Post by purrkur » Tue Feb 21, 2006 10:31 am

Dave Rave wrote:purrkur, you original linux listings of voltages, showed the VTT with the CPU voltages. ( 2.0v )
can you figure out how (linux techs ? ) to post the correct voltages so we can see the 1.50v rail ?
Hey Dave, I have already done that actually with my sensors.conf file that is specific to BP6 on this post. Once you have that up and running you can check your values by running the command "sensors". It should give you something like this:

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w83782d-isa-0290
Adapter: ISA adapter
VCore 1:   +2.05 V  (min =  +1.90 V, max =  +2.10 V)              
Vtt:       +1.54 V  (min =  +1.42 V, max =  +1.57 V)              
+3.3V:     +3.36 V  (min =  +3.14 V, max =  +3.46 V)              
+5V:       +5.13 V  (min =  +4.73 V, max =  +5.24 V)              
+12V:     +12.40 V  (min = +10.82 V, max = +13.19 V)              
-12V:     -11.87 V  (min = -13.18 V, max = -10.88 V)              
-5V:       -5.05 V  (min =  -5.25 V, max =  -4.75 V)              
V5SB:      +5.21 V  (min =  +4.73 V, max =  +5.24 V)              
VCore2:    +2.05 V  (min =  +1.90 V, max =  +2.10 V)              
CPU2 fan: 1896 RPM  (min =  664 RPM, div = 8)                     
CPU1 fan: 1875 RPM  (min =  664 RPM, div = 8)                     
CPU2 temp:   +28°C  (high =   +60°C, hyst =   +55°C)   sensor = thermistor           
CPU1 temp: +28.0°C  (high =   +60°C, hyst =   +55°C)   sensor = thermistor           
MB temp:   +32.0°C  (high =   +60°C, hyst =   +55°C)   sensor = thermistor           
vid:      +2.000 V  (VRM Version 8.2)
alarms:   
beep_enable:
          Sound alarm enabled

2x533MHz@544MHz, 2.0V
640MB PC100 memory
Realtek RTL-8139 NIC
Maxtor 6Y080L0 80GB hdd
Debian Linux stable with 2.4.8 kernel

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