1 GHz Athlon in 2U Case

Joel Jaeggli joelja at darkwing.uoregon.edu
Mon Apr 23 17:38:10 EDT 2001


the oem amd heatsink for the 1.2ghz cpu is still less than 2" high
including the fan... it should fit with a little room to spare in a 2u
case...

if you want even lower profile, agilent(hp) makes the articooler at 35mm
or lower...

http://www.semiconductor.agilent.com/cgi-bin/morpheus/home/splash.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@0148675865.0988060982@@@@&BV_EngineID=halkkcghgffbemfcgjcfijcin.0&type=New+Products&pSection=Thermal+Management

other than that it's mostly a question of exahusting enough air through
the case...

we've run dual 1ghz intel cpus in an enlight 2200sx1r with the stock
4x80mm case fans so I image you wouldn't run into to much trouble with 1
athlon...

http://enlightcorp.com/server_cases/2200_server.shtml

On Sun, 22 Apr 2001, Vann H. Walke wrote:

> Anyone have experience with Athlons in a rackmount chassis?  Finding
> 300W power supplies in a 2U chassis is fairly easy, but I'm concerned
> about cooling.  Thoughts?  Any reccomendations as to manufacturer /
> vendor?
>
> Thanks,
> Vann
>
>
> LT V. H. Walke
> USNA Computer Science
>
>
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