[mythtv-users] Pundit noise with fast processor?

Niklas Brunlid nbr at ticalc.org
Tue Sep 14 07:46:13 EDT 2004

On Tue, 14 Sep 2004 11:53:18 +0100 (BST), Prash <prashk at staff.btltd.net>  

>> On Mon, 13 Sep 2004 16:10:10 -0400, John Kuhn <kuhn at razorsys.com> wrote:
>>> I only have experiance with the SiS based pundit and it is near  
>>> silent..
>>> very slight hum can be heard from the cpu fan (which is the only fan)
>> My SiS-based Pundit also has a fan in the PSU, which runs at 100% all
>> the time. The CPU fan is controlled by Q-Fan, but even at low-level
>> (~1900RPM) I found it rather noisy.
>>  I run my 2Ghz Celeron on 250Mhz most of the time, unless it's needed
>> (which isn't very often because the hard work is being done by my
>> PVR-350).
>> I've exchanged the CPU-fan with a Verax-fan, which are _very_ quiet
>> (but also _very_ expensive). I still haven't decided if I'll exchange
>> the PSU-fan as well; because of it's formfactor, it's difficult to
>> replace.
> have you tried upgrading the bios from Pundit site?

[Please don't top post]

Just curious; what would upgrading the BIOS accomplish? The three versions  
I found on Asus's site only added support for new CPU:s, didn't find  
anything about CPU or PSU fan control.

Or is there another "Pundit site" I don't know about? :)

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