When encoding with TMPGEnc the temperature rises of my P4 640 HT (3.2GHz) at about 60 degrees (according to the display monitor motherboard). The temperature of a hard drive (Maxtor 6V300F0) is about 50 degrees Celsius (by HD Tune read). If these values are still in the "tolerance zone"?
Antwort von Stefan:
I would be too much and I would take more cooling measures.
At the processor, it is probably 10% below the threshold of pain http://www.intel.com/cd/channel/reseller/emea/rus/99346.htm
The hard drive is s.der pain threshold (121 F is about 50 ° C) http://maxtor.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/maxtor.cfg/php/enduser/olh_adp.php?p_faqid=545
Good luck The fat Stefan
Antwort von Eva Maier:
For hard disk temperatures above 45 degrees I had in the past, several problems with the Datensicherhat apart, just like that the panel has given up the ghost after a few months.
It is therefore advisable to install suitable fan and remain as Under 40 degrees.
(On the Seagate website which is of 55 degrees maximum)
Antwort von Reinhard S.:
But it is synonymous advisable not to make of / the Encodiererei to a (r) plate - there must of read / write head continuously Rödeln around. Better read the input of a HDD - and passes the HDD to another.
Antwort von JuliusM:
Thank you for the qualified answers and informative links.
@ Reinhard: The Maxtor HD is used as an input medium, TMPEnc reads the *. AVI of a Western Digital HD, and that is only as warm as 40 degrees.
Antwort von curtis:
Hello! I have explained a few weeks ago with the temperature issue. The following things have changed: Optimized in the course of cable housing -> better air passage Three additional case fans installed -> Stronger draft