Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Storage expansion options

2008-12-14 Thread Grant
This system is in the living room and the current hard drive can be hea Have you considered adding sound insultation to the case? That's not a bad idea, but I don't want to keep heat in along with sound. The only fans are the CPU fan and power supply fan. My video card blew a capacitor

[gentoo-user] {OT} Storage expansion options

2008-12-13 Thread Grant
My desktop currently runs one of these: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822148140 I'm pretty much out of space and I'm trying figure out the best way to expand. The factors to consider are cost, capacity, speed, noise, and heat. Should I get another identical drive

Re: [gentoo-user] nvidia NVS 5200M

2012-07-27 Thread Thanasis
on 07/27/2012 10:12 PM Allan Gottlieb wrote the following: This is a std dell product (it is nvidia mobile device) so I am not worried about the heat. It will doubtless shorten battery time, but I mostly am plugged in. allan I wouldn't be so sure about it, after I had a bad experience

Re: [gentoo-user] switching adapter - power supply

2017-03-20 Thread Dale
hinking and in a way, it can be true. Sometimes if you buy a power supply that can handle more than you use, it does last longer. One reason for that, heat. If you buy a power supply that is just big enough for what you need and it is made in a way that heat builds up, it will shorten the li

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: [Update] - was 1.) Kernel panic - not syncing: Aiee, killing interupt handler

2005-07-22 Thread Robert Crawford
Joseph, Sorry- I haven't been reading this thread from the beginning, so I might have missed some of your first posts. If we eliminate heat as the problem (not saying we absolutely have), I'm starting to think it could be a misconfigured kernel, or kernel bug itself. What kernel are you you

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: [Update] - was 1.) Kernel panic - not syncing: Aiee, killing interupt handler

2005-07-22 Thread Matt Randolph
Robert Crawford wrote: Joseph, Sorry- I haven't been reading this thread from the beginning, so I might have missed some of your first posts. If we eliminate heat as the problem (not saying we absolutely have), I'm starting to think it could be a misconfigured kernel, or kernel bug itself

Re: [gentoo-user] gcc seg faults very often

2005-08-22 Thread R'twick Niceorgaw
some observation, I found out whenever cpu temperature goes beyond 50 C I was getting segfaults. Took out the heat sink and cpu, cleaned them put some arctic silver between cpu and heat sink and put a fan in front of the box and did a emerge -Uv world without any problem even though temperature

Re: [gentoo-user] gcc seg faults very often

2005-08-22 Thread Raphael Melo de Oliveira Bastos Sales
-3.3.5.20050130-r1 and I keep getting segmentation fault every now and then. I also had the same gcc segfault problem recently. After some observation, I found out whenever cpu temperature goes beyond 50 C I was getting segfaults. Took out the heat sink and cpu, cleaned them put some arctic silver between

Re: [gentoo-user] nvidia NVS 5200M

2012-07-27 Thread Allan Gottlieb
On Fri, Jul 27 2012, thana...@asyr.hopto.org wrote: on 07/27/2012 10:12 PM Allan Gottlieb wrote the following: This is a std dell product (it is nvidia mobile device) so I am not worried about the heat. It will doubtless shorten battery time, but I mostly am plugged in. allan I

Re: [gentoo-user] OT: new system hardware

2012-11-10 Thread Volker Armin Hemmann
(Vendor ?) DDR3 OC 2000 ram (4x8gig, 240) (vendor?) ripjaw? Any fit or heat issues? CPU cooler (vendor-model?) doesn't the 8350 come boxed with a watercooling solution? Nope. It comes with a traditional air cooled heat sink, small one to me. I don't think I have ever seen a CPU

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Storage expansion options

2008-12-14 Thread Florian Philipp
Grant schrieb: My desktop currently runs one of these: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822148140 I'm pretty much out of space and I'm trying figure out the best way to expand. The factors to consider are cost, capacity, speed, noise, and heat. So you don't care about

Re: [gentoo-user] big problem, small solution

2006-06-30 Thread Sean
Philip Webb wrote: Hardware problems come up here occasionally experiences deserve swapping. Gentoo involves much exercise of the CPU, sometimes making it sweat a lot. My AMD 2500+ CPU (installed 2003) has been getting hotter the fan slower. Here in the summer heat of S Ontario, where my

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Storage expansion options

2008-12-14 Thread Grant
My desktop currently runs one of these: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822148140 I'm pretty much out of space and I'm trying figure out the best way to expand. The factors to consider are cost, capacity, speed, noise, and heat. RAID 0 will be twice as fast as any

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Storage expansion options

2008-12-14 Thread Volker Armin Hemmann
On Sonntag 14 Dezember 2008, Grant wrote: This system is in the living room and the current hard drive can be hea Have you considered adding sound insultation to the case? That's not a bad idea, but I don't want to keep heat in along with sound. The only fans are the CPU fan and power

Re: [gentoo-user] Help - system reboots while compiling

2007-02-11 Thread Philip Webb
070211 William Kenworthy wrote: On Sun, 2007-02-11 at 08:36 +, Jeff Rollin wrote: When I start a compile, it goes partway through and then reboots the machine Heat (dust bunnies/blocked fans/filters ...), bad memory I've had problems in the past due to the CPU overheating: the machine

Re: [gentoo-user] cpufreqd and Pentium 4

2006-03-13 Thread Richard Fish
the heat generated. Heat is your biggest enemy for CPU longevity, so reducing that is always a good thing. -Richard -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] new machine : CPU : 22 nm vs 32 nm

2012-07-25 Thread Michael Mol
On Wed, Jul 25, 2012 at 8:21 PM, Dale rdalek1...@gmail.com wrote: The point made about producing less heat with the smaller nm sounds reasonable tho. Less heat with the smaller nm, but only if all other things remain equal! In reality, manufacturers use additional margin within their TDP

[gentoo-user] Re: [OT]advice for a wireless router

2007-10-28 Thread Grant Edwards
On 2007-10-28, Dan Farrell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Most people go for this option, but there's definitely something good to be said about the flexibility (and power!) of using a home-built router from a second hand desktop. If you don't mind the power, heat, bulk and noise. :) -- [EMAIL

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Storage expansion options

2008-12-14 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Sun, 14 Dec 2008 11:42:30 -0800, Grant wrote: Have you considered adding sound insultation to the case? That's not a bad idea, but I don't want to keep heat in along with sound. I wasn't suggesting putting the insulation over the air vents ;-) -- Neil Bothwick To err is human

Re: [gentoo-user] Help - system reboots while compiling

2007-02-11 Thread Andrey Gerasimenko
On Sun, 11 Feb 2007 11:57:19 +0300, William Kenworthy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Heat (dust bunnies/blocked fans/filters ...) bad memory Bad memory or bad motherboard. This is less likely, but also happens (saw that Thursday). Ideally, switch memory with another similar PC and see what

Re: [gentoo-user] Bad mem, over heat and games

2006-05-06 Thread Richard Fish
On 5/6/06, JimD [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Did you use genkernel? Nope, never have. If you like, I can email you the relevant global, power management, and processor parts of my .config. -Richard -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] Bad mem, over heat and games

2006-05-06 Thread JimD
Richard Fish wrote: Nope, never have. If you like, I can email you the relevant global, power management, and processor parts of my .config. Please send the .config, that could come in handy. I am probably just leaving out something. Thanks for the help, Jim --

Re: [gentoo-user] gcc seg faults very often

2005-08-22 Thread Mariusz Pękala
On 2005-08-22 10:57:47 -0400 (Mon, Aug), R'twick Niceorgaw wrote: I also had the same gcc segfault problem recently. After some observation, I found out whenever cpu temperature goes beyond 50 C I was getting segfaults. Took out the heat sink and cpu, cleaned them put some arctic silver

Re: [gentoo-user] LVM: Removing 3 disks and replacing with 1

2012-03-06 Thread Peter Humphrey
On Tuesday 06 March 2012 19:05:01 Neil Bothwick wrote: A consultant is a person who borrows your watch, tells you what time it is, pockets the watch, and sends you a bill for it. I didn't realise you'd been in the white heat of software project management :-) -- Rgds Peter

Re: [gentoo-user] Are those green drives any good?

2012-05-09 Thread Daniel Troeder
I'm using big WD Caviar Green (WDxxEAxx) SATA HDDs for some years now in my home 24/7 server, and haven't had any issues - they run cool and low-noise, and the performance is good. Low power and heat was what was important for me when choosing. HDD performance isn't an issue anyway, when storing

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Laptop Overheat

2014-12-17 Thread meino . cramer
accumulated dust. With older, hot running laptops, particularly when compiling significant amounts of packages, I use to put 1/2 inch wedges under each side to lift up the bottom of the laptop from the table surface. This increases air flow to the various fans and heat sinks, thus increasing

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: heat codes

2015-03-13 Thread Peter Humphrey
On Thursday 12 March 2015 19:38:56 Dale wrote: I build everything into the kernel and I don't even install lm_sensors. I haven't installed that in ages. Does that mean that your gkrellm can't display temperatures? -- Rgds Peter.

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: heat codes

2015-03-12 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Thu, 12 Mar 2015 22:38:33 +, Peter Humphrey wrote: Well, it's just as I always say: you learn something new every day - if you're not careful! :-) As the old saying goes: experience is what you get when you didn't get what you wanted :) -- Neil Bothwick I'm Pink, Therefore I'm Spam

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: heat codes

2015-02-28 Thread Peter Humphrey
On Friday 27 February 2015 21:41:33 waben...@gmail.com wrote: You can switch the numerics on and off by left mouse click into the respective monitor. Well, I'll be damned! I never found that out for myself, not in all those years of using it. So no bug here then. Sorry Dale :) -- Rgds

Re: [gentoo-user] Random Kernel Crashes ... Need more info

2005-09-17 Thread Dave Nebinger
that scenario harder. Did it come with any diagnostic tools, ones that know how to check out the hardware components and look for errors? 3) I have had my BIOS respond after 3 crashes that the computer crashed due to excessive heat. I think that this maybe independant of the problem as well

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: kernel heat warnings at low temps

2007-06-27 Thread Kent Fredric
- a CPU and memory *and* hard drive intensive task. When hard drives are driven hard, they heat up. When CPU's are driven hard, they heat up. If the computers main functionality is a task that tends to drive hard both the CPU and the hard drive, then yes, you will see a correspondence in the CPU/HDD

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Overclocked CPU killed motherboard and CD?

2008-04-16 Thread Roy Wright
Grant wrote: An oc'ed cpu needs a lot more powergenerates a lot more heat. Both can damage the CPU AND the mobo (too much power might fry a regulator, or cook a cap). Or it might overload the PSU - and then everything is possible. A damaged mobo or psu can take a lot of stuff

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Storage expansion options

2008-12-14 Thread Dale
Volker Armin Hemmann wrote: On Sonntag 14 Dezember 2008, Grant wrote: This system is in the living room and the current hard drive can be hea Have you considered adding sound insultation to the case? That's not a bad idea, but I don't want to keep heat in along

Re: [gentoo-user] OpenOffice build failed.

2006-05-25 Thread Teresa and Dale
guess is that the large volume of builds was causing my CPU to over heat. This guess was bolster by the fact that I am able to get consistent successful builds of OO when I pull of the computer's case and direct a cooling fan on the computers internals. :-) I realize my fix/work around might

Re: [gentoo-user] Going to Ubuntu - was 1.) Kernel panic - not syncing: Aiee, killing interupt handler

2005-07-22 Thread Robert Crawford
I have an old IDE drive, maybe I can squeeze Gentoo on it for testing. Bob has a good idea too regarding the CPU compound under the heat-sink but at CPU temp. 39C I don't see how that could cause any problem. -- #Joseph No matter what the temp sensors are reading, your problem

Re: [gentoo-user] Random Kernel Crashes ... Need more info

2005-09-17 Thread Kris Kerwin
; as Dave pointed out, it could be hardware or heat as well) appears to be something in networking, I'm going to recompile a kernel without all of the complex networking stuff, but one that includes my ethernet card's driver. I'll let you know how it goes, and if the problem persists. Thanks again

[gentoo-user] CPU socket and picking a heat sink.

2010-11-24 Thread Dale
, it is a MSI 790XT-G45 mobo. I do most of my shopping on newegg and was looking for a CPU heat sink to go on that bad boy. The MSI website says AM2+. When I start to looking on newegg, there are several sockets that have AM2+ in it. My question is, which is which or will any of them fit? The CPU I

[gentoo-user] Re: Laptop Overheat

2014-12-17 Thread James
compiling significant amounts of packages, I use to put 1/2 inch wedges under each side to lift up the bottom of the laptop from the table surface. This increases air flow to the various fans and heat sinks, thus increasing the cooling system efficiency. Make sure it's always has a clean, cool airflow

[gentoo-user] Re: [SOLVED] Computer turn itself off

2015-05-24 Thread James
Joseph syscon780 at gmail.com writes: I went to pickup the remote box and look at it; the CPU fan stop working. The CPU heat sink is big so in idle mode it could keep up with cooling it but under heavy load compiling anything the CPU was overheating. Dust is often the culprit

Re: [gentoo-user] KDE 4.0.0

2008-01-21 Thread Dale
parallel-fetch to FEATURES. That's what I have turned on, just in case. I try to keep the modem going all the time. It's not like it is going to over heat or anything. LOL Dale :-) :-) -- gentoo-user@lists.gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: [OT]advice for a wireless router

2007-10-28 Thread Dan Farrell
On Sun, 28 Oct 2007 22:19:05 + (UTC) Grant Edwards [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If you don't mind the power, heat, bulk and noise. :) The trade-off is that precisely. Of course you can build a low-power system and probably get by without any fans at all if you're clever, and if you outsource

[gentoo-user] Re: crazy KDE4 panel

2009-05-02 Thread Nikos Chantziaras
Andrew Gaydenko wrote: OK, as Stroller has suggested, I have cleaned heatsink, replaced heat- conducting paste and so on. Now it would be nice to have something for quick GPU load testing (instead of long-long KDE session). Can anybody suggest an appropriate sw or, may be, some game with hard

Re: [gentoo-user] grub still broke

2005-06-18 Thread maxim wexler
OK, it may not be a reasonable explanation, but it does make 'sense'-- is it possible that the text color is the same as the background color, so that letters are being typed, but you simply don't *see* them? I LOL Yeah, it's invisible ascii! You have to heat the screen with a blow-dryer

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: [Update] - was 1.) Kernel panic - not syncing: Aiee, killing interupt handler

2005-07-22 Thread Robert Crawford
one (assuming heat is the problem). I build a lot of computers, and with AMD cpus, overkill in the cooling dept. is sometimes necessary. Robert Crawford On Friday 22 July 2005 03:31 pm, Joseph wrote: On Fri, 2005-07-22 at 10:00 -0400, Robert Crawford wrote: I have an old IDE drive, maybe I

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: [Update] - was 1.) Kernel panic - not syncing: Aiee, killing interupt handler

2005-07-22 Thread Robert Crawford
On Friday 22 July 2005 07:57 pm, Joseph wrote: On Fri, 2005-07-22 at 17:24 -0400, Robert Crawford wrote: Joseph, Sorry- I haven't been reading this thread from the beginning, so I might have missed some of your first posts. If we eliminate heat as the problem (not saying we absolutely

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: [Update] - was 1.) Kernel panic - not syncing: Aiee, killing interupt handler

2005-07-24 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Fri, 22 Jul 2005 21:32:19 -0400, Robert Crawford wrote: OK- if it doesn't happen during light computing stuff, and only with very cpu intensive stuff like compiling, I feel virtually certain it is a cpu heat issue. IMHO, there's not really any other reasonable explanation. A duff power

Re: [gentoo-user] Problem with Emerge

2006-09-07 Thread Richard Broersma Jr
locations? If so, see: https://bugs.gentoo.org/20600 I had this problem also, however I fixed by un-over clocking my processor. Too much heat is not a good thing. -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] LVM: Removing 3 disks and replacing with 1

2012-03-07 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Wed, 7 Mar 2012 00:46:17 +, Peter Humphrey wrote: A consultant is a person who borrows your watch, tells you what time it is, pockets the watch, and sends you a bill for it. I didn't realise you'd been in the white heat of software project management :-) Believe me, that kind

[gentoo-user] OT: new system hardware

2012-11-09 Thread James
Time To build a new AMD system. What I'm sure of: FX-8350 Gigabyte GA-990-FXA-UD3 mobo Suggestions on these hardware: Blueray RW (Vendor ?) DDR3 OC 2000 ram (4x8gig, 240) (vendor?) ripjaw? Any fit or heat issues? CPU cooler (vendor-model?) One that this mobo without cramping ram space

Re: [gentoo-user] OT: new system hardware

2012-11-09 Thread Volker Armin Hemmann
Am Freitag, 9. November 2012, 19:00:12 schrieb James: Time To build a new AMD system. What I'm sure of: FX-8350 Gigabyte GA-990-FXA-UD3 mobo Suggestions on these hardware: Blueray RW (Vendor ?) DDR3 OC 2000 ram (4x8gig, 240) (vendor?) ripjaw? Any fit or heat issues? CPU cooler

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: OT: new system hardware

2012-11-11 Thread Dale
never said it was the world's greatest heat conductor. Dale :-) :-) -- I am only responsible for what I said ... Not for what you understood or how you interpreted my words!

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: OT: new system hardware

2012-11-11 Thread Volker Armin Hemmann
mineral oil doesn't do according to what I have read. I never said it was the world's greatest heat conductor. ever heard of 'transformer oil'? for some reason or another they move away from mineral oil... -- #163933

Re: [gentoo-user] Overclocking CPU causes segmentation fault

2013-01-23 Thread Peter Humphrey
to overclock but it wasn't worth it. I had a HUGE copper heat sink on that CPU. I remember your enthusiasm at the time. I'm glad you came back down to earth in the end :-) -- Peter

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Kernel ricing

2013-10-30 Thread Grant
The fact of the matter is this. If I knew back then, what I know now, I would not even fart around with x86* architectures on keen issues of minimization. There is so much going on with ARM. Minimization is about low power. The paradigm shift to low power (the lowest heat) allows

Re: [gentoo-user] firefox.bin vs firefox

2014-12-17 Thread Poison BL.
firefox builds from source, using the options defined by the list of applicable USE flags. The tradeoff is time, heat, and electricity in return for more options in what is (or isn't) included and enabled. -- Poison [BLX] Joshua M. Murphy

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: heat codes

2015-03-13 Thread Dale
Peter Humphrey wrote: On Thursday 12 March 2015 19:38:56 Dale wrote: I build everything into the kernel and I don't even install lm_sensors. I haven't installed that in ages. Does that mean that your gkrellm can't display temperatures? It's been displaying temps for many years. I posted a

Re: [gentoo-user] [SOLVED] Computer turn itself off

2015-05-24 Thread Ed Martinez
On Sat, 23 May 2015 19:12:34 -0600 Joseph syscon...@gmail.com wrote: I went to pickup the remote box and look at it; the CPU fan stop working. The CPU heat sink is big so in idle mode it could keep up with cooling it but under heavy load compiling anything the CPU was overheating. I

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: should everything compile?

2016-12-27 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Tue, 27 Dec 2016 10:25:14 -0500, Alan Grimes wrote: > Yeah, I emptytree world my system after each Y in X.Y.Z compiler version > bump. Since I sad it, everyone will tell you it's bad advice but really > not. It's not bad advice unless CPU cycles, heat or energy consumption are an is

Re: [gentoo-user] Dell Precision Workstation Overheating

2018-04-20 Thread Corbin Bird
Oak Ridge National Laboratory uses these processors ( Rhea Cluster ) and has numerous heat failures. Due to poor cooling ... surprised? The cooling is not working right. Something is still wrong. On 04/19/2018 09:33 PM, R0b0t1 wrote: > Dell Precision T7600, two 16 thread Xeons, 192GB of

[gentoo-user] udev problem assigning persistent names

2009-04-27 Thread maxim wexler
names in persistent-net rules * there must be some other problem! ... some background: heat...@kyzyl ~ $ cat /proc/net/wireless Inter-| sta-| Quality| Discarded packets | Missed | WE face | tus | link level noise | nwid crypt frag retry misc | beacon | 22

Re: [gentoo-user] mysterious segfaults

2006-03-02 Thread Holly Bostick
[EMAIL PROTECTED] schreef: Recently, programs on my computer have been victims of abrupt segfaults. snip The weird thing is, after waiting a while (say two or three hours), the problem went away---everything just started working. This sounds awfully like a heat problem, especially

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Storage expansion options

2008-12-14 Thread Grant
My desktop currently runs one of these: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822148140 I'm pretty much out of space and I'm trying figure out the best way to expand. The factors to consider are cost, capacity, speed, noise, and heat. So you don't care about security

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Storage expansion options

2008-12-14 Thread Dale
Grant wrote: My desktop currently runs one of these: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822148140 I'm pretty much out of space and I'm trying figure out the best way to expand. The factors to consider are cost, capacity, speed, noise, and heat. RAID 0

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: kernel heat warnings at low temps

2007-06-26 Thread James Ausmus
are driven hard, they heat up. When CPU's are driven hard, they heat up. If the computers main functionality is a task that tends to drive hard both the CPU and the hard drive, then yes, you will see a correspondence in the CPU/HDD temperature patterns. However, this does not mean that you *cannot

Re: [gentoo-user] Going to Ubuntu - was 1.) Kernel panic - not syncing: Aiee, killing interupt handler

2005-07-22 Thread Joseph
On Fri, 2005-07-22 at 10:00 -0400, Robert Crawford wrote: I have an old IDE drive, maybe I can squeeze Gentoo on it for testing. Bob has a good idea too regarding the CPU compound under the heat-sink but at CPU temp. 39C I don't see how that could cause any problem. -- #Joseph

Re: [gentoo-user] Going to Ubuntu - was 1.) Kernel panic - not syncing: Aiee, killing interupt handler

2005-07-22 Thread Robert Crawford
squeeze Gentoo on it for testing. Bob has a good idea too regarding the CPU compound under the heat-sink but at CPU temp. 39C I don't see how that could cause any problem. -- #Joseph No matter what the temp sensors are reading, your problem definitely sounds like it's heat

[gentoo-user] Re: [Update] - was 1.) Kernel panic - not syncing: Aiee, killing interupt handler

2005-07-22 Thread Joseph
On Fri, 2005-07-22 at 10:00 -0400, Robert Crawford wrote: I have an old IDE drive, maybe I can squeeze Gentoo on it for testing. Bob has a good idea too regarding the CPU compound under the heat-sink but at CPU temp. 39C I don't see how that could cause any problem. -- #Joseph

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: [Update] - was 1.) Kernel panic - not syncing: Aiee, killing interupt handler

2005-07-22 Thread Joseph
On Fri, 2005-07-22 at 17:24 -0400, Robert Crawford wrote: Joseph, Sorry- I haven't been reading this thread from the beginning, so I might have missed some of your first posts. If we eliminate heat as the problem (not saying we absolutely have), I'm starting to think it could

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: [Update] - was 1.) Kernel panic - not syncing: Aiee, killing interupt handler

2005-07-22 Thread Robert Crawford
this thread from the beginning, so I might have missed some of your first posts. If we eliminate heat as the problem (not saying we absolutely have), I'm starting to think it could be a misconfigured kernel, or kernel bug itself. What kernel are you you currently using? It might be worth a try

[gentoo-user] big problem, small solution

2006-06-30 Thread Philip Webb
Hardware problems come up here occasionally experiences deserve swapping. Gentoo involves much exercise of the CPU, sometimes making it sweat a lot. My AMD 2500+ CPU (installed 2003) has been getting hotter the fan slower. Here in the summer heat of S Ontario, where my workroom is = 25 C

Re: [gentoo-user] big problem, small solution

2006-06-30 Thread Dale
Sean wrote: I recently replaced the fans and heat sinks on my dual opterons to bring the temp down, I was also very much trying to bring the nose level down from the fans. I used 2 copper heat fans with heat pipes from thermaltake, and put some 90 mm fans on each cpu/heatsink. I also put

Re: [gentoo-user] big problem, small solution

2006-06-30 Thread Dale
Daniel da Veiga wrote: On 6/30/06, Dale [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sean wrote: I recently replaced the fans and heat sinks on my dual opterons to bring the temp down, I was also very much trying to bring the nose level down from the fans. I used 2 copper heat fans with heat pipes from

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT] Binary install distro

2011-11-10 Thread Dale
Alan McKinnon wrote: On Thu, 10 Nov 2011 12:25:11 -0600 Dalerdalek1...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, This is maybe a bit off topic but here goes. I want to install Linux on my brothers rig. The heat sink on the CPU is not much, OEM type. I don't want to install Gentoo because

Re: [gentoo-user] OT: new system hardware

2012-11-09 Thread Dale
or heat issues? CPU cooler (vendor-model?) doesn't the 8350 come boxed with a watercooling solution? Nope. It comes with a traditional air cooled heat sink, small one to me. I don't think I have ever seen a CPU comes with a water cooled heat sink, not from the OEM at least. Someone may sell one

Re: [gentoo-user] OT: new system hardware

2012-11-10 Thread Dale
: Blueray RW (Vendor ?) DDR3 OC 2000 ram (4x8gig, 240) (vendor?) ripjaw? Any fit or heat issues? CPU cooler (vendor-model?) doesn't the 8350 come boxed with a watercooling solution? Nope. It comes with a traditional air cooled heat sink, small one to me. I don't think I have ever seen a CPU

Re: [gentoo-user] Dell Precision Workstation Overheating

2018-05-07 Thread mad.scientist.at.large
ril 2018 12:55:13 BST Corbin Bird wrote: >> Oak Ridge National Laboratory uses these processors ( Rhea Cluster ) and >> has numerous heat failures. >> >> Due to poor cooling ... surprised? >> >> The cooling is not working right. Something is still wrong. >> >

Re: [gentoo-user] Dell Precision Workstation Overheating

2018-04-20 Thread Mick
On Friday, 20 April 2018 12:55:13 BST Corbin Bird wrote: > Oak Ridge National Laboratory uses these processors ( Rhea Cluster ) and > has numerous heat failures. > > Due to poor cooling ... surprised? > > The cooling is not working right. Something is still wrong. > >

[gentoo-user] Re: Sizing up power supplies [was: switching adapter - power supply]

2017-03-21 Thread Kai Krakow
; > One, it is lightly loaded relative to what it can handle. Two, it > > will most likely handle heat better at those levels. Third, it > > allows for upgrades, hard drive additions etc without having to buy > > another one. > > Just how does one calculate the amount

Re: [gentoo-user] Dell Precision Workstation Overheating

2018-04-20 Thread Dale
R0b0t1 wrote: > On Fri, Apr 20, 2018 at 7:21 AM, Mick <michaelkintz...@gmail.com> wrote: >> On Friday, 20 April 2018 12:55:13 BST Corbin Bird wrote: >>> Oak Ridge National Laboratory uses these processors ( Rhea Cluster ) and >>> has numerous heat fail

Re: [gentoo-user] big problem, small solution

2006-06-30 Thread Daniel da Veiga
heat of S Ontario, where my workroom is = 25 C , it had been running at a steady 64 C for a couple of weeks (was 55 C ). When I tried to emerge GCC 4.1.1 , it reached 75 C the box died; several attempts, the same auto switch-off. No fans to fit at the store all available CPUs are 64-bit

Re: [gentoo-user] big problem, small solution

2006-06-30 Thread Daniel da Veiga
On 6/30/06, Dale [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sean wrote: I recently replaced the fans and heat sinks on my dual opterons to bring the temp down, I was also very much trying to bring the nose level down from the fans. I used 2 copper heat fans with heat pipes from thermaltake, and put some 90

Re: [gentoo-user] OT: new system hardware

2012-11-10 Thread Michael Hampicke
Suggestions on these hardware: Blueray RW (Vendor ?) DDR3 OC 2000 ram (4x8gig, 240) (vendor?) ripjaw? Any fit or heat issues? CPU cooler (vendor-model?) doesn't the 8350 come boxed with a watercooling solution? Nope. It comes with a traditional air cooled heat sink, small one to me. I

Re: [gentoo-user] Dell Precision Workstation Overheating

2018-04-20 Thread R0b0t1
On Fri, Apr 20, 2018 at 7:21 AM, Mick <michaelkintz...@gmail.com> wrote: > On Friday, 20 April 2018 12:55:13 BST Corbin Bird wrote: >> Oak Ridge National Laboratory uses these processors ( Rhea Cluster ) and >> has numerous heat failures. >> >> Due to poor cooling

Re: [gentoo-ppc-user] can't emerge firefox on ppc

2005-08-01 Thread Mike S
Alexander Meyer wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Joseph Jezak wrote: Do you have kernel preemption on? If so turn it off. nope. it's off. btw i suspect this very kernel option to be responsible for massive heat-problems on my powerbook3,3 (which is a gen 2

Re: [gentoo-user] Very old machine blocking/update questions

2008-04-26 Thread Neil Bothwick
bought the smallest thing I could find 4 years ago when I first built them. I've given up on hard drives for MythTV frontends, too much noise, heat, power and space. I tried flash storage for a while but now network boot. -- Neil Bothwick All generalizations are false, including this one

[gentoo-user] Summer laptop overheat

2007-07-24 Thread Marko Kocić
switch off. I tried lowering CPU frequency to avoid overheat, but with no effect. Is there some magic option to enable in order to reduce heat? How should I check that my fans are running properly under gentoo? This doesn't happen in windoze, on the same machine (although I don't do so heavy

[gentoo-user] kismet fatal error

2009-03-22 Thread maxim wexler
Hi group, Now that rt2570 module is installed I'd like to find out if there's a signal or if the Ralink device even works. iwconfig finds: Link Quality=0/100 Signal level:-120 dBm Noise level:-93 dBm This seems to say there is no signal. Right? Here's kismet heat...@kyzyl

Re: [gentoo-user] problem making bootable usb keyADDENDUM

2009-04-08 Thread maxim wexler
That's right, you're not using it properly, you shouldn't be using any options. Read the md5sum man page I think I got it: heat...@kyzyl ~ $ md5sum -t download/eeexubuntu-8.10-desktop-i386-20090223.iso 174b43676c64043770319f80effe6253 download/eeexubuntu-8.10-desktop-i386-20090223.iso

Re: [gentoo-user] problem making bootable usb keyADDENDUM

2009-04-09 Thread Joost Roeleveld
On Thu, April 9, 2009 12:40 am, maxim wexler wrote: That's right, you're not using it properly, you shouldn't be using any options. Read the md5sum man page I think I got it: heat...@kyzyl ~ $ md5sum -t download/eeexubuntu-8.10-desktop-i386-20090223.iso 174b43676c64043770319f80effe6253

Re: [gentoo-user] crazy KDE4 panel

2009-05-02 Thread Dale
Paul Hartman wrote: On Sat, May 2, 2009 at 12:30 PM, Andrew Gaydenko a...@gaydenko.com wrote: OK, as Stroller has suggested, I have cleaned heatsink, replaced heat- conducting paste and so on. Now it would be nice to have something for quick GPU load testing (instead of long-long KDE

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Storage expansion options

2008-12-14 Thread Grant
My desktop currently runs one of these: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822148140 Out of space with 320G? Have you considered putting your multimedia in an external hard drive? What would be the benefit of using an external drive instead of an internal drive? Heat

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Storage expansion options

2008-12-14 Thread Stroller
On 14 Dec 2008, at 02:49, Grant wrote: My desktop currently runs one of these: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822148140 I'm pretty much out of space and I'm trying figure out the best way to expand. The factors to consider are cost, capacity, speed, noise, and heat

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Storage expansion options

2008-12-14 Thread Stroller
On 14 Dec 2008, at 16:31, Grant wrote: ... A RAID won't cause more heat or noise than a second drive but it will also How much perceived noise does a second drive create? See my other reply. I'd say if you don't care about redundancy, you should go for a single 1TB disk. I'd prefer

Re: [gentoo-user] Random Kernel Crashes ... Need more info

2005-09-19 Thread Dave Nebinger
well, at first, let memtest86(+) run for some hours. Volker's got a good point here... second, check that your box does not get too hot. Crashes on stress are mostly overheating or PSU going bad. Mentioned that to him about the heat... Kris, were you able to get lm_sensors running

[gentoo-user] kernel heat warnings at low temps

2007-06-25 Thread reader
I get warnings like these: Message from [EMAIL PROTECTED] at Mon Jun 25 16:06:35 2007 ... reader kernel: CPU0: Temperature above threshold Message from [EMAIL PROTECTED] at Mon Jun 25 16:06:35 2007 ... reader kernel: CPU0: Running in modulated clock mode When these warnings occur the

Re: [gentoo-user] Bad mem, over heat and games

2006-05-06 Thread Richard Fish
On 5/6/06, JimD [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I tried that. Last night memtest got through the first 4 tests. When test 5 came the screen got all garbaled, though the test kept running. I let the laptop cool overnight and this morning ran just test #5 and it completed. I then booted to Gnome and

Re: [gentoo-user] Bad mem, over heat and games - update

2006-05-06 Thread JimD
Richard Fish wrote: One possibility may have to do with the memory timings of the old vs new memory. If the BIOS gives any manual control over the CAS, RAS, etc timings, you might try increasing them. I had to do this with my AMD64 desktop system, even though the memory modules were matched.

Re: [gentoo-user] Bad mem, over heat and games

2006-05-09 Thread JimD
Jeremy Olexa wrote: Configure ACPI to run the proc at the lowest speed unless it is under a load. I leave my laptop on for days at a time..the longest uptime is 8 days so far. My proc speed is always set at 600mhz unless it is under a load and then it jumps to 1.7ghz, it works well.. OK. That

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: [New Development] - was 1.) Kernel panic - not syncing: Aiee, killing interupt handler

2005-07-22 Thread Joseph
haven't been reading this thread from the beginning, so I might have missed some of your first posts. If we eliminate heat as the problem (not saying we absolutely have), I'm starting to think it could be a misconfigured kernel, or kernel bug itself. I'm just following handbook AMD64

Re: [gentoo-user] ati-drivers: bad md5 sum

2005-09-16 Thread Bob Sanders
not. It you want anything like TV out and HD content, then get the 6600 or 6200, or skip the whole 6, and get a 7 series. If it's just for games, no big deal, though the 7 series takes less power and generates less heat while being much faster. Bob - -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

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