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Marco
-128 C or F? If its C that is very hot!
+128 C or F? If its C that is very hot!
-FB DIMMs can run hot and often require forced air cooling so you may have to add a fan and even look into heat sinks for the RAM if they don't already have them.
+Fully Buffered DIMM (FB-DIMMs) can run hot and often require forced air cooling so you may have to add a fan and even look into heat sinks for the RAM if they don't already have them.
As far as your CPU's I have read some things online that say that amount of current is possible it seems high to me but perhaps someone else could weigh in on that aspect of it??
Hope I helped a little

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Marco
-128 C or F?
+128 C or F? If its C that is very hot!
-If its C that is very hot FB Dimms can run hot and often require forced air cooling so you may have to add a fan and even look into heat sinks for the ram if they don't already have them.
+FB DIMMs can run hot and often require forced air cooling so you may have to add a fan and even look into heat sinks for the RAM if they don't already have them.
As far as your CPU's I have read some things online that say that amount of current is possible it seems high to me but perhaps someone else could weigh in on that aspect of it??
Hope I helped a little

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Richard Reichle ,

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Marco

128 C or F?

If its C that is very hot FB Dimms can run hot and often require forced air cooling so you may have to add a fan and even look into heat sinks for the ram if they don't already have them.

As far as your CPU's I have read some things online that say that amount of current is possible it seems high to me but perhaps someone else could weigh in on that aspect of it??

Hope I helped a little

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