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Old 11-27-2005, 12:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Cooling experiments

I was going through my old computer junk, and I stubled across a small box of old CPUs. I found the following in it.

Pentium(r) 133
Pentium(r) 150
AMD K5 PR166
Pentium MMX 200
AMD K6 266
Pentium II 233 (stripped of heatsink and brackets)
Pentium II 400

I decided to try some strange cooling experiments with the CPUs.

With the PII 233, im planning on a water cooled, mineral oil heat transfer system.

Im not sure what to do with the others but at the moment i am going to see how high i can Clock my MMX. I did manage to clock a Pentium 133 @ 250Mhz and get it to run windows XP before.
the motherboard I am using is a TYAN S1590, is this a good OCing mobo?

If anyone has any feedback with cooling ideas let me know. These CPUs are basicaly useless so i am willing to try almost anything. I am also getting an AMD K6-2 350 donated to me from a friend.

Abit NF7-S mobo
AMD Sempron 2500+ @ 1902MHz
Nvidia xfx ge-force 5200, 128MB
WD 20GB HDD SATA (system)
Maxtor 120GB HDD IDE (storage)
1024MB Dual Cannel 400MHz RAM
350W Aurora PSU
Win XP SP2
Memorex 16x Dual Layer DVD +/- RW
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Old 11-27-2005, 02:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Try that oil cooling somebody posted here (try searching for it).
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