How Many Fans Is Enough For AMD Tbird 1400mhz
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RE Counter Strike: I assumed you were either playing w/ Bots or either creating an empty server and running around by yourself, which would have to be unbearably boring! (appropriate smiley) I only have one plug on my mainboard (which I am using for a rear fan, where would I plug the other fan into if I purchased one for the front? Therefore, 290 BTU/ hrs is the equivalent. All I know is that it was the fastest computer one could have at that time; and often enjoyed spawning first on BF2 because of it. http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/do-i-need-four-fans-or-would-two-be-enough.187940/
Join the community here. It survived through several spillages, accidental drops and a multitude of virus infections. 2005 - Next up were my Dell laptops. Weird, I know. 2002 - I bought a Sony Vaio laptop with Windows XP.
- Feb 12, 2012 Windows XP reports four (4) CPUs when I have two (2) Nov 9, 2003 Next gen Xbox to include two GPUs, four or six-core processor Apr 3, 2012
- The answer is probably yes.
- you think Intel would sponsor my server?
- AMD has fallen on hard times and it's hard for me to get excited about the Phenom II (even the AM3 Phenom IIs) in the way that the Nehalem gets me
- Used it until 1996.
- Feb 14, 2013 #7 captaincranky TechSpot Addict Posts: 11,958 +2,016 hood6558 said: ↑ More fans = more peace of mind - I have 9 x 120mm and 2 x 140mm
- This was in the spring, probably late March/Early April.
- Air temp is important, but that is beside the point as well.
If I want convection cooling I could stick with a heatsink/fan, or a small BeCooling rad. Athlon XP war brewing, I stayed on the side of AMD for a very long time. The system >is not overclocked, so that's not the problem. the duct will block a little bit of airflow, but not much, especially compared to the cool air blowing onto your heat sink.
bottom line is, that amd/cyrix/intel/everyone have to release their chips so that they "work" in an enviroment that can get up to 50c case-internal, with mediocre heat sinks. Capman Guest I am running an AMD Athlon 1400 MHz (Thunderbird) in an Asus A7M266 motherboard. Its motherboard was swapped for a DFI LanParty DK P35-T2R/S, the chip was swapped in favor of an E6420 that can do 6*500 (3500MHz), the memory was boosted to 4GB of https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/quiet-fans-for-tbird-1400.758851/ Next after six years of loving the commodore and the funny whiry sounds the twenty minutes of audio-cassette loading made I met my next computer an Atari 520 ST fm.
now, granted, the athlon4 probably has a 15% speed advantage over the tbird mhz-for-mhz, and the athlon4 is probably 25% faster than the p4 (mhz-for-mhz), so these chips will actually be Our ISP, WWW, was offering it so we hopped on board. Where do I plug all these fan in? I must keep in mind that the 21,800 rating is considered max heat ejection. (ie.
If you unlock the processor you can change the FSB and multiplier in BIOS. http://www.motherboardpoint.com/threads/amd-athlon-1400-mhz-overheating.15674/ the for sale/trade forum No, I don't actualy. Thanks Gabe! Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums TechSpot Core Build a PC Today's Posts Do I need four fans or would two beenough?
i was in heaven. - by [email protected] asus a7a266 (5:06pm est wed jul 11 2001)just got this mb and a 1.4 ghz chip w/ 512 mb ddr… having all sorts of the register also mentions articles showing a 950mhz duron for all the duron fans out there. The paste should form a thin layer, just enough to remove trapped air from between HSF and CPU when the HSF is put back in place. You should enable your PM's in your profile. #7 smp, Mar 15, 2002 sharkeeper Lifer Joined: Jan 13, 2001 Messages: 10,886 Likes Received: 0 PAL 8045 with a Pabst fan
The Good luck! I wouldn't say that's the case at all. Everything will be determined by the temp of the air surrounding the radiator. Source if there is no significant floating-point calculation difference between 1.4ghz and the previous versions why bother? - by makgeek byebye tbird? (1:07am est mon jun 04 2001)to the first post: just
I have a feeling it is more than 2% efficiency. if you really want to make something useful of this site, why don't some of you with genuine ability and intelligence offer up some solid advice to the concerns expressed by So, how many fans do you think will be needed? 2,3...more?
Dec 11, 2012 #5 hood6558 TS Addict Posts: 244 +58 More fans = more peace of mind - I have 9 x 120mm and 2 x 140mm fans in my
Cody says: October 25, 2009 at 6:22 pm Hey I just acquired a motherboard with an i486 processor and some kind of ram I have never seen before. if the temps are within tolerable range (below 50-60 degrees centigrade), and you are disgusted with the fan noise, then you can opt to remove one or two. So last year I spoiled myself and went for a whole new chasis and upgrade, an Intel Core2-Quad machine. I see no change of temperature with the 1005 (original) and the 1008 bios.
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users. Although, I'm thinking I'm not too far off. http://train2solution.com/how-many/how-many-fans.html The BIOS in revision | >1007. | > | >Thank You | | An A7M266 with a 1400MHz TBird should have been assembled around the | summer of 2001.
Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by DPK, Mar 15, 2002. When my intake fan was cranking just as fast as the exsaust fan, it was just inefficent and didn't create the proper "suction" to remove the hot air. I spent unholy gobs of time continuing to frag in rail-only Quake 2 CTF and the venerable Weapons Factory mod for Q2. This Comic is For YouBuy This Comic!
I lusted badly after the RIVA TNT2 and the GeForce 256, but it was not to be. I just really can't imagine multi-tasking as much as I do today on any of the older machines I had in the past. Overclockers Forums > Hardware > Cooling > Really big radiator. :-) PDA View Full Version : Really big radiator. :-) Richard06-21-01, 05:01 PMThe question about a "quiet" case sparked my curiousity. The only crappy case I have laying around the house is an original Cooler Master "Storm Scout".
Disappointing AMD T-Bird Overclock :( solved amd 7870 1ghz More resources See also solved [SOLVED] XFX ATI AMD HD Radeon 2GB 1GHz Extremely High Temp. I would hate to leave everyone in the dark about the total performance of this cooler, so let's see what the lower fan speeds have in store for us. EvanDavis posted Feb 10, 2017 at 1:18 AM Intel may be working on new Core i5, i7 processors to counter AMD Ryzen Becky posted Feb 9, 2017 at 4:40 PM WCG What?If you just want more performance for gaming then get the best video card you can afford.
I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Sign Up Now! And you can probably replace the fan with an even quieter model if you wish. #2 skriefal, Mar 15, 2002 rockhard Golden Member Joined: Nov 7, 1999 Messages: 1,633 Likes It was a hand me down IBM computer with a 486 processor that my girlfriend (now wife) gave me.
Ambient air temperature was sitting at 21.6C (about 71F) and didn't fluctuate during testing. I am not sure what > heatsink/fan combo it's running at the present time because it was > installed by a dealer when I bought the PC and I don't recall Doom and Sim City 2000 were released this year, and I battled through countless failed cities and numerous nightmares from the creative mind of a 7 year old in my quest cool!
It brought me back down memory lane. yea 2ghz probably already exist in the labs but they wont be out till next year. - by jason drugs (10:09pm est fri jun 01 2001)goatguy, what the hell do u