[rescue] dual 512k 200mhz hypersparc

Curtis H. Wilbar Jr. rescue at hawkmountain.net
Tue Jan 14 10:05:57 CST 2003

Wiith my experiences with hypersparc, I'd run that config just long enough
to take that screenshot, then turn it off before the heatsinks melt and the
pcbs burn :-)

Although I never have run a dual or quad HS180 or 200 module.  I have
run quad 125, and those generate loads of heat (I don't like how hot
they ran in my SS20).

-- Curt

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