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[Discuss] raid controller drivers

I almost burnt my finger on the heat sink of the raid controllers LSI
chip. I just bought some fans to see if I can turn my nicely pruned
chassis interior into a junk heap of cable ties and dangling fans.... :/

I understand 76 deg C is OK... I'm just paranoid and want to make sure
there's good air flow across the heat sink...

On Fri, 2014-09-26 at 13:59 -0400, Richard Pieri wrote:
> On 9/26/2014 1:14 PM, Bill Ricker wrote:
> > Agreed. Which is why video on this laptop is scary ...
> For reference, AMD's early CPUs are rated at around 95C. The last of the 
> first generation Pentium-M processors is rated at 100C. Yes, 100C for a 
> notebook processor.
> There's a reason why manufacturers stopped calling them "laptops". It's 
> first degree burns. Seriously.

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