Scythe Announce Kama Thermo Wireless

"Scythe Kama Thermo Wireless Simplifies Temperature Monitoring"

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Scythe Announce Kama Thermo Wireless
 
The Japanese manufacturer Scythe Co., Ltd (Tokyo, Japan) announces its Scythe Kama Thermo Wireless. This infrared-thermometer the dimensions of 29.5 x 80.0 x 16 mm (WxHxD) and has a weight of 35 gram – nevertheless it is highly functional. Everybody who wants to control the temperatures at a PC-system can do so from now on – everywhere and without annoying and fragile temperature probes.

The Scythe Kama Thermo Wireless uses infrared rays to measure temperatures without having direct contact to the object. Just aim, press the button and read out the temperature! Because of its small measurements, the thermometer can be used everywhere – at home, at a LAN-party or in the office.

Because of its two power-sources – on the one hand, there is a button battery included and on the other hand, USB can be used – and because of the ability to use Celsius as well as Fahrenheit, the Kama Thermo Wireless is highly versatile.

The Scythe Kama Thermo wireless is available for a MSRP of 8,90 Euro in Europe.
 
 
 
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04-10-2008, 10:12:37

Luigi
After getting a kick up the butt, I needed to get my system into shape.
having never been above 3ghz with this chip, it wasnt easy. I had to raise my NB, PLL, FSB termination and a few other voltages.. However, for a 24/7 overclock, i feel its worth it:
[IMG]http://upload.overclock3d.net/dwn/041512126803/oc.jpg[/IMG]

04-10-2008, 10:23:10

°TheMadDutchDude°
Congratz mate, I hope that I don't burn out my motherboard when using high FSB's LOL

04-10-2008, 15:39:07

gotmaxpower
Wow, pretty good temperatures for a Q6600. My E8400 gets to 70-80c on 1.440v at 4410MHz, that overclock was rushed though. :rolleyes:

04-10-2008, 19:24:35

usman.zx10
what are you voltages on the NB

04-10-2008, 20:44:45

nepas
nice going mate,now fine tune that clock or go for more!!!!


Wow, pretty good temperatures for a Q6600. My E8400 gets to 70-80c on 1.440v at 4410MHz, that overclock was rushed though. :rolleyes:



errrrrrrr How high were the temps!!!are you trying to kill that chip????and that sort of vcore is not good for those chips

04-10-2008, 21:01:59

gotmaxpower

errrrrrrr How high were the temps!!!are you trying to kill that chip????and that sort of vcore is not good for those chips



I was just trying for a quick crack at a decent SuperPi 1M score. I got 10.823 which I'll be sticking with until hardware changes. :p

05-10-2008, 10:20:11

Luigi

what are you voltages on the NB



Im using 1.49 through the northbridge, and a few other volts are changed...

Im using the Cooler Master Z600 cooler, quite a beast :)

06-10-2008, 14:54:26

Zoot
No sir, not bad at all for a mornings work. ;)
Your temperatures are good too considering the 65nm Intel chips (If I remember correctly from the datasheet) are good for up to 85C.

Wow, pretty good temperatures for a Q6600. My E8400 gets to 70-80c on 1.440v at 4410MHz, that overclock was rushed though. :rolleyes:


Just to let you know (and not to hijack the thread) according to the following datasheet (Table 26):
ftp://download.intel.com/design/processor/datashts/31873201.pdf
Intel state the highest safe temperature for the E8000 series is 72.4C when it's dissapating the full 65W of thermal power.

Table 3 states that Vcore max for the E8000 series is 1.45v.

Intel state operating above 1.45v can cause the device to "either not function, or its reliability will be severely degraded."
Intel say operating above functional limit the "device may be functional, but with its lifetime degraded".
So you're okay voltage wise....

teknokid, apologies for the attempted hijack.. ;)

07-10-2008, 16:46:34

usman.zx10

Im using 1.49 through the northbridge, and a few other volts are changed...

Im using the Cooler Master Z600 cooler, quite a beast :)



ok, check this out..

if raise my NB voltage can back down my vcore voltage?

cause im at 1.505 at 3.6ghz..

i want to be in your realm.. 1.38

08-10-2008, 11:23:28

Luigi

ok, check this out..

if raise my NB voltage can back down my vcore voltage?

cause im at 1.505 at 3.6ghz..

i want to be in your realm.. 1.38



Im on 1.425 in the bios, Its not as simple as just the NB volts, you need to try out the PLL and other stuff as well.. Have a tinker :)
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