cswiger at mac.com
Fri Feb 18 00:21:15 UTC 2011
On Feb 17, 2011, at 3:06 PM, Mario Lobo wrote:
>> Most computer cases are designed with front-to-back airflow (ie, intake fans in the front, exhaust fans and the PSU in the back) and cool more effectively with the case on....
> Well, in my case, with the "BEFORE" situation, if I had the side case cover on, the temps would be even higher !
Are they? Well, that suggests something could be wrong with your case ventilation-- perhaps a stuck (or even reversed) fan.
I know, it's not as interesting as the possibility that different versions of FreeBSD present different CPU load, but if you aren't controlling for major factors like the case being opened or closed, or using different coolers, then there's little point in worrying about whether your load-testing of the software is accurate.
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