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hey guys, i have 2 old cpus, a amd phenom x3 8750, and a intel pentium 4 3.4ghz/1m /800 from 2003
i also found this link:
http://www.phys.ncku.edu.tw/~htsu/humor/fry_egg.html

which cpu heats up better?
the guy in the link only used 1 5v pin. i'm connecting to all the 5v and gnd pins, so it should be way hotter. I also read the some people used 30v instead of 5v.

i'm a young guy, so i never actually got a chance to mess with the old 32 bit cpus before.
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Just wondering, you want to fry an egg? or maybe cook a steak tongue.gif

Do you all the rig to make the tests, or just the 2 CPUs? rolleyes.gif
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I'm not 100% sure why people are enamored with this... You can achieve the same exact thing buying a 10 ohm resistor and hooking it up to a car battery, without frying a perfectly useful CPU.
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I'm not 100% sure why people are enamored with this... You can achieve the same exact thing buying a 10 ohm resistor and hooking it up to a car battery, without frying a perfectly useful CPU.
well by "perfectly useful", umm i don't think a 32 bit pentium from 2003 would be useful, with it's 1 mac cache and 800 fsb and 90nm size.
the amd is perfectly useless also, well first of all it's an amd, from 2006, aside from it's tri core, the package size is 60nm and the clock is only 2.8 ghz, which isn't all that high, also there is only 2 mb L3, which by all means is useless.

the thing is, i've got so many processors laying around, including some core 2 quads, and xeons with 12mb of cache in them.
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