Athlon Xp Cooling Question
That way it doesn't shift position when you lift it up. thanks t FreakziIIa01-16-2004, 07:06 AMI believe that CPU is rated at 90 degrees (I have one) but I would never push it over about 60. I have an Athlon 1700+ as well, and my max is 12.5. That way you know how fast it will go and don't have to guess. his comment is here
But ATHLON CPUs of more than 13 micron build are notorious for creating heat which could affect other internal hardware such as the MOBO itself, Add-On Cards and Hard Disks. i have one fan slotted over a pci slot that blows the heat up from the bottom. 4 answers Last reply Apr 17, 2003 More about overclocking athlon cooling question marneusApr P4 3.6 ghz, 2048 mb Ram and Radeon 9800 XT? Feb 11, 2002 #2 Arris TS Evangelist Posts: 4,623 +306 Hope these images help explain what a shim is Most installation guides I have read don't have Artic silver or http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/56460-28-overclocking-athlon-cooling-question
Sorry for the mix up but it turns out my ram is 333fsb - the PC shop upgraded it recently and told me it was 333. Well, thats my neverending battle It seems I can always find a pet project to do... When I was aircooling I had those 68 cfm Delta 80 mm screamers + a sunon 50+ cfm on top of it and my alpha 8045.
Similar Threads - question retail Athlon Forum Date Question about using an AMD retail HSF Cases & Cooling May 7, 2004 Athlon 1800+ retail overheating question... You can also use a different fan that will still work with the 5 volts, but leave this step for last. Fitting a special cooling Fan assembly to a CPU is a dodgy exercise. What I do have already is a radial fan which ejects warm air out the back of the case, plus a twin cooling fan located in front of my HD -
Edit: You can certainly experiment. Page 1 of 3 123 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 10 of 28 Thread: Athlon XP with included cooling fan Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Linear Mode Switch Its 266. 333 is PC2700. Can be 32 and 52 for that matter.
Air cooling Athlon XP-M Cooling for Athlon XP 2400+ athlon xp cooling Athlon XP1900 Cooling? e., the BIOS. RAM and motherboard permitting it. Eventually you'll start getting lock ups with the higher FSB settings, so up your vCore to make your cpu more stable.
Allowing you to OC by increasing one or both values. While processor frequency contributes to overall CPU performance, it is not the only factor." "To the end-user, the ultimate benefit of processor performance is how fast their applications run. I have nightmares about exactly that! As for case cooling fans, I saw that I have a mounting space for one of these on the backside of my tower.
All I have seen in reviews of shims is a lot of complaint about rises in temperature and broken chips. http://quodsoftware.com/athlon-xp/amd-athlon-xp-3200.html there a a bios (3rd party development) which aids in overclocking but I dont know much about it...fan-wise a Cooler like the Volcano 7+ or a swifttech 462 are some of share|improve this answer answered Oct 25 '09 at 15:31 Zorro 445 Wow! All I can hear from my WIN-XP ATHLON 2400+ under the worktop is tolerable low noise from the Power Unit and additional Rear fans.
better heat dispersal? -Bourbon Feb 11, 2002 #4 Vehementi TechSpot Paladin Topic Starter Posts: 2,704 But doesn't it make sense to spread some on both sides of the shim too? It was a good reason to tell the Board of Director that we "Really need a better CD/RW and new ram 512 PC2700 333Mz.:7 Check at Pricewatch.com etc and you will Increased performance implies reduced execution time. http://quodsoftware.com/athlon-xp/athlon-xp-3200.html All Rights Reserved current community blog chat Super User Meta Super User your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list.
share|improve this answer answered Oct 24 '09 at 19:39 DaveParillo 11.9k2940 Yeah, I was counting on having to use an after market cooler from the beginning. With an 85W heat load, and its aluminum fins pointing straight up, the Hyper Z600 heatsink was able to maintain a rise above ambient temperature of 56.5C passively. You WILL fry your cpu.
The compound is slightly capacitive and could cause problems if it bridged two close-proximity electrical paths.
updating with the info. –quack quixote Oct 24 '09 at 20:48 | show 2 more comments up vote 2 down vote this heatsink will do as long as you have some Anyone else overclocked this chip (or similar), and if so, what Bios settings would you recommend? i have quite a large heatsink and a dual ball-bearing fan on the cpu as well, so i don't understand why the temp could be so high. slvr_phoenixApr 16, 2003, 9:03 PM Quote: system temp at 86 degrees F, and the CPU temp at 134 degrees F Quick note:86F = 30C134F = 56.7C
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Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums TechSpot Core Build a PC Today's Posts Shims on AthlonXP ByVehementi Feb 10, 2002 Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > I'm going to install Those donâÂ´t read the temperature very accurate. Here's a few quotes from AMD: "Over the past 20 years end users have come to view higher performance ï¿½ as being synonymous with higher frequency. check over here Also make sure you use a Power Unit of at least 350W capacity with it's powerful fan.