AMD Athlon 2800+ Temp
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The Surface Temp is typically around 10C lower than the Internal CPU Temp under Full Load conditions. Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/324239 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? or did you buy oem and then a 3rd party cooler? Reply With Quote 10-07-03,12:40 AM #6 Deathknight View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Sep 2002 Location Chicago From what I am told the newer stock heatsinks are getting http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/160938-29-normal-temp-athlon-2800
Notice how long it takes for the temp to rise to the Idle Temp. Rendering video, runing Prime95, and some games can do this. HardwareHeaven, Jun 10, 2004 #8 Lchevy79 -=[DHzer0point Team]=- Joined: Nov 6, 2003 Messages: 725 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 you need some cooling for that jewel i have 1 it Take the difference between the Idle CPU Temp (after 15 mins) and the Full Load CPU Temp after running Prime95 Torture Test for 15 mins.
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You have to be doing something serious to get you CPU temp much above Idle - something that uses 100% CPU continuously. Anyway, that off topic I guess, but I Would rather have the Gigabyte temp sensor than the Abit one, it is 100x more sensitive, it may actually be giving the right If you look at amd site they are alright up to about 90c but i would not want mine anywhere near that. http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/K7/AMD-Athlon%20XP%202800+%20-%20AXDA2800DKV4C.html An under powered ps will cause temps to go up.
I only recommned -M1'sand/or -M3's. 70mm TMD fans are noisy and fail too much and that why Inever recommend the -M2. > Fortunately it came with one of those thermal "pads" Generated Thu, 19 Jan 2017 18:06:26 GMT by s_hp87 (squid/3.5.23) Don't know about the stock ones that came with the XP series.Keeps my chip under 50 degrees at load.Dan AnonymousJul 17, 2005, 1:49 PM Archived from groups: alt.comp.hardware.overclocking.amd (More info?)On Sat, After much hair pulling and flashing of bioses while the chip was thermal throttling I eventually found out the problem was down to the fact he hadnt removed the plastic protective
Maybe I'll try the paste.>> Anyway: After powering it up my temperatures only went down from 65>> degrees to 62 degrees. Shouldn't I> have expected more?> Might try it with paste. Provide all system info with question.My server http://wesnewell.no-ip.com/cpu.phpVerizon server http://mysite.verizon.net/res0exft/cpu.htm AnonymousJul 18, 2005, 4:28 AM Archived from groups: alt.comp.hardware.overclocking.amd (More info?)On Sun, 17 Jul 2005 01:49:18 GMT, Wes Newell
mrdsgs 21:34 02 May 03 i endorse the above, ignore it below 50 and only take action at 55+.consider extra fans or a better heatsink and fan such as the zalman http://quodsoftware.com/amd-athlon/amd-64-athlon-x2.html Temp. (°C) ADA4000IAA4DH 4000+ 2.6 GHz 69 ADA4000DEP5AS 4000+ 2.4 GHz 70 ADA4000DAA5BN 4000+ 2.4 GHz 71 ADA4000DKA5CF 4000+ 2.4 GHz 71 ADA4000DEP5AS 4000+ 2.4 GHz 70 ADA3800IAA4CN 3800+ 2.4 GHz Personlly had the same CPU running at 54, but it was stable - if it aint broke don't try and fix it. I've heard of people getting this processor to XP3200 speeds, and I've seen some people get this chip even faster than that (rating between 3-4.5Ghz).
It still seems too hot to me. of 100 degrees.But they do say the avarage system with an XP cpu will run in the range of 60 to 65 degrees. Click to expand... http://quodsoftware.com/amd-athlon/amd-athlon-ii-x2.html If the temp in here was 80-85, my processor would be running much warmer, and if the temp in here was 65, it'd be running a bit cooler.
of 60degC and over,>you've got a problem.SO normal would be 60 degrees or less.Both of my machines have been running at 65 degrees for a long time.Someone pointed out to me Although I do have a huge 83.4CFM fan on it that sounds like a jet engine...but you get used to it. One thing I hate about the Abit is no Dual BIOS- a high end board should always have that as a safety feature In fact I had to call and get
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Don't know >>> about the stock ones that came with the XP series.>>> >>They're terrible.:-)>>>Ok, I replaced the factory cooler with a ThermalTake TR2-M2 (which has>this basically useless speed switch ... if you don't get a quick answer...you might want to direct the question to Jolyon33 -- looking at his sig he appears to have a similar processor. A 30% increase in Vcore, would shorten the failure time to 59% of nominal failure time. I only recommned -M1's>and/or -M3's. 70mm TMD fans are noisy and fail too much and that why I>never recommend the -M2. >Someone earlier in this thread.>> Fortunately it came with one
They're supposed to only cover default operating speeds adequatly. Reply With Quote 10-07-03,12:19 AM #2 c627627 View Profile View Forum Posts c(π*199780) Senior Member Join Date Feb 2002 Location Kansas Sensors are notorious for being inaccurate. I have cooper cooler Titan TTC-CU5TBF (designed for Athlon XP 2800+ or 3200+, don't know exactly). his comment is here Maybe you could get an 80mm fan on the M2.
Higher than that will affect the lifespan of your CPU much more than voltage increase in itself. Protecting Your PC Against Overheating5. Macboatmaster replied Jan 19, 2017 at 12:57 PM Squirrels are more dangerous... I may end upright where I started.) AnonymousJul 18, 2005, 4:41 AM Archived from groups: alt.comp.hardware.overclocking.amd (More info?)I'm up to 64 degrees now.
That chip is running way too hot. So even if room temp reaches 30C the Surface CPU temp is only 54C at Full Load. either the heatsink is not sitting properly or to much thermalpaste. Mazuko, Jun 15, 2004 #14 BWX flyin' high Joined: Nov 29, 2002 Messages: 19,682 Likes Received: 58 Trophy Points: 73 Originally posted by HawK xp 3200 Barton on GA-7N400u cooler CM-Jet
You can check a picture it here Looking more carefully at it, well, the base does indent quite a bit from the heatsink, so maybe it does fit? I had these both set up in Lian-Li cases, almost identical peripherals and identical fans. hiryux Student Posts: 65 3+ Months Ago wow if you actually come up with new units for cooling please let me know! Introduction2.
That would indicate poor case ventilation Remember that the CPU temperature will be dependent on the room temperature, if that goes up 10° then so will the CPU go up 10° it's not quieter when the fan>is slower). >>Fortunately it came with one of those thermal "pads" so I didn't need>to apply the paste that I bought. >>Anyway: After powering it up But high temperature has adverse effect on CPU long term life expectancy, as discussed below. I have a gigabyte kt600 motherboard.
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