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 Post subject: HP Pavilion Rebuild. Troubleshooting cooling system
PostPosted: Fri Mar 07, 2014 6:31 pm 
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Hello,


I am new to this these forums been reading the archives and the many articles as well
as performing many Google and Yahoo searches.


I am rebuilding a pc from a HP Pavilion a6600f Chassis. I am looking to build a quieter
system my target is the cooling fans for now. Even with all the reading I feel I am still
not well versed in the matter or the market.


I come to the experts of SPCR to please lend me some advice may it be a product
suggestion or research material both are appreciated.
I am not one to expect hand holding I am willing to do my own homework if given the
right tools and assistance.

I am looking for a reliable quite preferably silent 92mm case fan with rpm monitoring.
Will be controlled by mainboard fan controller. Open to suggestions with Fanmat2
control.

This case is well vented:

1. 209mm cpu vent
2. 114/203mm disc drive vents
92mm case fan socket

The components list consists of:

Seasonic S12IIBronze 380W ATX12V
Gigabyte GA-G33M-DS2R/S2 Rev 1.0
Intel Pentium Dual-Core E2200 2.2 GHz 775 Socket Stock Cooler
Crucial CT12864AA800 DDR2-800 1.8 V 2 GB
Hard Disc: Seagate Barracutta 250 GB Sata III
DVD Writer: Sony Optiarc
OS: Ubuntu Linux 12.04 LTS

Since the case is so well vented and the new psu has a 120mm ultra silent fan, and the
cpu is equipped with a 92mm, Is a system fan required?

If you wouldn't mind posting reference links that would be a big help, particularly to
merchants.

I am located in the Ocean / New Egypt, NJ Area


JBM


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 Post subject: Re: HP Pavilion Rebuild. Troubleshooting cooling system
PostPosted: Tue Mar 18, 2014 5:59 pm 
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Depends, since your running Ubuntu, could you run LM_sensors?

----Install----

Open Terminal

Type: sudo apt-get install lm_sensors

Enter your password

It might ask you to allow the install, type "y" if it asks you

When install finishes, type: sensors-detect

Type yes or y for each question

Finally, type: sensors

It should show you the tempurature of the cpu and other parts

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If a step fails, post it, and I'll try to find the solution

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Antec P180 Mini Case, Gigabyte AM3 nForce mobo, AMD Athlon II x2 260(stock cooler), 8gb Corsair 1333mhz RAM(XM something), Saphire Radeon HD 6570, WD Cavier 500gb HDD, CoolerMaster 480w PSU, SilenX Effizio 120@12v(Top exhaust), CoolerMaster SickleFlow 120@5v(Rear Exhaust), Antec TriCool 120@Low(Intake{High when gaming})


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