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More dual XEON pics 20 December 2000
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Now that the XEON is alive and running, I figured it was time to take some more pictures.  I especially wanted to show you how I rigged up a fan to cool the second CPU.  I was given this idea by the techs at Quay Computers.
The pictures
If you click on the picture, you will be taken to an image about 600x500, roughly 70K-127K.  If you click on that one, you'll get the large version, which are 1152x864 and vary in size from 221K-387K.

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The XEON on my old desk xeon-desk-thumb.jpg (2174 bytes) Front view click for larger image
Side view click for larger image Case open click for larger image
Close up of the drive bays click for larger image How the fan is mounted click for larger image
Close up of left mount click for larger image Close up of right mount click for larger image
Fan showing the CPUs click for larger image Yet another fan mount shot click for larger image
The cards click for larger image My first click for larger image

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