Apple has had trouble with thermistors over the years, the early G5s either
wound up like jets or wouldn't spin the fans and overheated. They replaced lots
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On Mon, Jun 27, 2016 at 9:27 PM, clay via Mercedes
Compressed air and a long-handle, bent-head board-hair brush. It had been
cleaned by the seller as well, so I got no dust with my ministrations. The
tattle tale app I had is not supported and I am not finding one that will tell
me temps inside. The tower is like a heater under my desk.
When we put the 32GB in my brother's 1,1 the fans pegged. Nasty. We
pulled half of it out and it settled down. These RAM sticks were from an
HP or something, definitely not the beefy heat sink jobs that were in there
before. (All gone, now, due to the fire.)
It should be as quiet as the MP 1,1.
Did you check the heat sinks for cleanliness when you had it open?
I run 32GB of RAM in my MP 3,1 and its standard server RAM without the giant
heat sinks. Very little, if any, fan noise.
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> On Jun 24, 2016, at 3:01 PM, clay via
The new to me MP has some serious fan issues. The 1,1 was rather quiet, with
only minimal fan noise when things got hot and heavy (summer, much
processor/GPU usage). The 3,1 has a constant high fan speed that make is seem
like the Mirror Door model. Would this be due to the 32Gb of HP dimms