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TeoCiontu

Microserver Gen 8 Temperatures

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TeoCiontu

I think my temps are a little bit higher especially the chipset temps (61 C) the room temp is 21 C.

 

I'm obsessed with temps because my office is in a penthouse and in the summer is very hot even with AC on. 

 

My configuration is: 

g1610T

4GB ram

1 @tb Red drive. 

Windows 8 

 

Nothing stressful on the server just a small minecraft server for me and my nephew. (30% cpu)

 

What do you think ? How about yours ? 

 

Thank you guys,

 

Teo

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Joe_Miner

What setting do you have your fans set to in BIOS?  Have you tried cranking it up a notch?

 

This is what I'm seeing this morning with Fans at 40%

 

 

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TeoCiontu

Hi joe, 

 

In advanced options --> thermal configuration I have optimal cooling. 

Is there any other setting for fans ? 

 

Comparing to your temps my chipset seems to be 10 degrees hotter.

Do you thing that I have Windows 8 can make a difference ? Maybe more active processes, etc

 

My fan is constantly at 6% so comparing to your 40% could be a logical explanation. By the way why do you your fan so high ? 

 

No b120i driver or you have different settings in bios?

 

Thanks Joe, 

 

teo

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Joe_Miner

In BIOS setup (F9 during post) I went into Advanced Options and set the thermal configuration to the "middle" option -- I'm doing this from memory and have just drawn a blank -- but it was the middle fan option.  Hopefully someone will chime in who has a better memory. 

 

I didn't like the lowest setting because when I am stressing the system & CPU with Prime95 it seems to create a "heat island" that impacts the surrounding chips and when I backed off of the Stressing the fan would drop down too fast to dissipate the "heat island" effect and the surrounding chips stayed at higher temps for too long for my comfort.

 

I'll see if I can get some pictures of it tonight.

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ikon

Sounds like a perfect opportunity to add that extra fan to the mix :)

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TeoCiontu

what extra fan ? :)

so, if I'm not doing prime 95 test or any other heavy duty stuff can I let the low fan option I presume. 

I was thinkig if this temps are normal at 6% fan because I like to be as quiet as possible. 

 

I'll make a test with the middle fan that you suggested. 

 

Thanks again guys, 

teo

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ikon

JM was talking in another thread about how overcoat added an extra fan to his MicroServer. And I posted here about how a side mounted fan might work in a MicroServer.

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TeoCiontu

Yes I've read it. Great solution for xeon cpu's. I'm noticing that majority here are not using b120i raid controller so their case fan is at 35% at least. 

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ikon

I suspect it would work for just about any CPU, not just Xeons.

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schoondoggy

Setting the fan to the middle setting in the BIOS will increase the fan noise, but it should drop your temp.

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