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Re: How often should prelink run ?



Hannes Mayer wrote:
Dylan Parry wrote:

On Wed, 23 Jun 2004 15:05:30 -0400 (EDT), ne... <akabi speakeasy net> wrote:

For some Athlons, this ain't easy. I know 'cause I went
down that route. I've had cpu coolers gathering dust...
Eventually, I gave them away.



Look for LVCool. It does something to one of the motherboard chips (I don't remember which) and results in, in my case, a drop of 15c from 45 to 30! Stick it in rc.local or some other startup script and it does the job just great.


I think that it might actually be available in the Dag repository...


Thanks for all your replies!!!


I have P4/1.4 since 2001, even run seti for about a year without any
temperature related problems.
The max. recommended temp for my CPU is about 75C, so 60C is not a real
threat, but I just to be sure I'd like to keep it cooler.
When the box is idle CPU temp drops to 49C.

Well, I probably will exchange the CPU fan and/or add such a pipe-cooler
which gets fresh air from outside the housing.
Does anyone have recommendations regarding such a pipe-cooler ?

I use a water cooler on my system (well, it came with the chassis--a Shuttle-X). http://www.thinkgeek.com has a number of different cooling systems available (and some other neat geekish stuff). Have a look there. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- - Rick Stevens, Senior Systems Engineer rstevens vitalstream com - - VitalStream, Inc. http://www.vitalstream.com - - - - Hard work has a future payoff. Laziness pays off now. - ----------------------------------------------------------------------



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