|Shawn Barnhart||Jul 17, 2000 7:26 am|
|Walter Campbell||Jul 17, 2000 7:33 am|
|David Uhring||Jul 17, 2000 1:40 pm|
|Shawn Barnhart||Jul 17, 2000 2:19 pm|
|Cyrille Lefevre||Jul 17, 2000 2:22 pm|
|Richard Stanaford||Jul 17, 2000 3:37 pm|
|Chris||Jul 17, 2000 4:24 pm|
|Kent Stewart||Jul 17, 2000 4:29 pm|
|Chad R. Larson||Jul 17, 2000 5:01 pm|
|R Joseph Wright||Jul 17, 2000 5:36 pm|
|Kent Stewart||Jul 17, 2000 6:29 pm|
|Rodney W. Grimes||Jul 17, 2000 6:51 pm|
|Richard Stanaford||Jul 17, 2000 7:01 pm|
|David Uhring||Jul 17, 2000 7:08 pm|
|Shawn Barnhart||Jul 17, 2000 9:09 pm|
|R Joseph Wright||Jul 17, 2000 11:04 pm|
|Kevin Oberman||Jul 18, 2000 8:02 am|
|Mario Sergio Fujikawa Ferreira||Jul 19, 2000 1:04 pm|
|Shawn Barnhart||Jul 19, 2000 1:34 pm|
|Kent Stewart||Jul 19, 2000 1:43 pm|
|Mike Muir||Jul 19, 2000 3:47 pm|
|Mike Hoskins||Jul 19, 2000 6:32 pm|
|Mario Sergio Fujikawa Ferreira||Jul 20, 2000 5:50 am|
|Jeffrey J. Mountin||Jul 21, 2000 11:34 am|
|Rodney W. Grimes||Jul 21, 2000 12:52 pm|
|Jeffrey J. Mountin||Jul 22, 2000 3:17 pm|
|Rodney W. Grimes||Jul 22, 2000 5:32 pm|
|Subject:||Re: Signal 11 on 4-Stable buildworld; bad memory or what?|
|From:||R Joseph Wright (rjos...@mammalia.org)|
|Date:||Jul 17, 2000 5:36:46 pm|
On Mon, Jul 17, 2000 at 07:24:41PM -0400, Chris wrote:
I like the AMD's, have a K6-3/450 here with a really heavy Alpha heatsink on it and a 27cfm bearing fan. Even with that fan... it just doesn't like make buildworld or building X without the case cover off though. Though it's not a small problem... it still performs well for me overall. My older K6/2 200 here can build all day no problem...the new ones just got really hot.
I actually had to give up on fbsd for my work desktop because the cheapie fan on the K6/2 450 I have just wouldn't cut it, even with the case off and the thing would just plain reboot on any moderate sized builds. I just don't have the time at the office to mess with it and my workstation is a management station of sorts as well.
I had these problems with my K6/2 450 until I finally got out the sandpaper and lapped both the CPU and the heatsink. The heatsink needed it much worse than the CPU. I have had only one reboot since I did that while loading the system heavily with an X build. Even one reboot is not good, but it's much better than it was.
www.pcpowercooling.com sells heavy duty heatsink/fans for many processors including the K6/2. If my problems ever return I plan to buy one from them.
On Mon, Jul 17, 2000 at 03:37:51PM -0700, Richard Stanaford wrote:
--- David Uhring <duhr...@charter.net> wrote:
On Mon, 17 Jul 2000, Walter Campbell wrote:
You might also check the cpu temperature during the compile. Using a K6-3/450, my cpu cooler was getting quite hot to the touch during the make and would exit with signal 10 or signal 11. I finally took to cover off the case and set up a box fan to force additional air into the case.
Heh... It's a amazing what a 19-inch Patton steel-bladed air circulator can do for a hard working 486/DX4/100. *snicker* Not a bit of dust on the cards. :-) Okay.. maybe that's overkill and I did have to make sure the PC didn't get blown over... but you gotta use what you've got! lol.
I had access to a heavy duty carpet fan and used it during my upgrade from 3.2 to 4.0 :). It worked!
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