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Old 9th May 2004, 08:46   #11
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Thank you very much
 
Old 9th May 2004, 09:45   #12
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I've tried that with a Barton2500 (1.33V) and a SLK947U, and those temps got realy high (and kept raising). So, best thing to do is to put a 92mm fan @5V on it.
 
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Do you think I could cool passively my dual CPU's with Thermalright SP-97 heatsinks?

no.. after 1-2 hours the temperature will be high enough for the system to do an auto shutdown.

however, if you place 2 SP-97 on the CPU's and place a large 120mm above them (or the side panel) then it should work.

without airflow however those CPU's will cook, no matter how good the heatsink is.
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As jmke adviced me once, you could slap on a tiny 40 or 60mm fan at 5V. Completely noiseless and it's 15-20C colder than the passive solution.
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K, well, when I got the money I'll try it, both passive with a 92mm fan in the sidepanel...

Thanks for the advice guys
 
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Btw I am working on an article that checks if its worth while upgrading your slk800 to a sp97.
 
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