AMD Athlon 2800+ Temp
Reply With Quote 10-07-03,12:26 AM #3 drdave69 View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage New Member Join Date Oct 2003 Location north carolina thanks c627627 im really concerned because even Ozzu is a registered trademark of Unmelted, LLC. Some say the cpu is on fire and the computer will die in a year (oh please don't say that's true hahaha) Some say it's the mobo which is giving weird Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... http://windowsrefund.org/amd-athlon/amd-athlon-64-temp.php
You will get a good return on your investment in any case as it is sure to increase your OC Asus Commando Intel QX6700 G.Skill F2-6400PHU2 1GBx4 EVGA GeForce 8800 GTX People say that gigabyte mobos often give pumped up results. (i check my temperature at the BIOS screen) I have... 2 fans (and the one from the font) One is on I had these both set up in Lian-Li cases, almost identical peripherals and identical fans. fan : 80 x 80 x 25 mm (w/ LEDs) Clip : One Step Clip For Installation Quickly & Easily Fan specification : 1. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/160938-29-normal-temp-athlon-2800
As I said, they do run a little hotter than Intels anyway, so other factors can play a bit more of an importance (room temp, temp inside the case, etc.) Right Or you could say the P4 is better because it idled a full 5 degrees lower, and who runs their machine at full load more than 50% of the time? The Surface Temp is typically around 10C lower than the Internal CPU Temp under Full Load conditions. So using a temperature cap of 65-70 C is reasonable, since above which most CPU would be overclocked above the break-even point of 10 MHz/C for Tbred B and Barton.
Further increase in voltage and temperature beyond 30% and 65 C, even if it is stable, one would get very little return in MHz, but greatly shortening the expected failure time. full load should be about 55*C (the later being at full blast) With a well ventilated case.... 35*C for idle and max shouldbe just below 50 or even some cases... 45*C.... Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd. © Heaven Media Ltd. Stick with 85C. 85C is the Internal Fry Temp.
My 2800 Barton runs at 51-55c and should run ok upto 70c. Navigation Menu Home Case Cooling CPU Memory Mobile Laptops Smartphones Tablets Motherboard Networking Other Audio Cameras Consumer Electronics Desktops Museum Software Tradeshows & Events Peripherals Headset Keyboard Mouse Printers Power Storage Chris4Prez, Jun 9, 2004 #3 craig5320 Well-Known Member Joined: May 7, 2002 Messages: 9,671 Likes Received: 203 Trophy Points: 88 My 2800 is overclocked to 3200 and runs at 42C. http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/K7/AMD-Athlon%20XP%202800+%20-%20AXDA2800DKV4C.html This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.
Fortunately it came with one of those thermal "pads" so I didn't needto apply the paste that I bought. But high temperature has adverse effect on CPU long term life expectancy, as discussed below. People like to have them in the low 50s but max safe under heavy load (max temp) would be about 65 celcius, I'd say. Thats a intel fan started myth when the first p4's came out....
Open the pod bay doors, Cortana. http://www.hardwareheaven.com/community/threads/athlon-xp-2800-barton-temperature-threshold.47764/ Anyway: After powering it up my temperatures only went down from 65degrees to 62 degrees. I also have a xp2000 and it is 46c today and can go up to about 52c. Ok, so overclocking can shorten the life of your CPU dramatically, but, even with overclocking, by the time it dies, a replacement processor is going to cost next to nothing in
crashing on cpu intensive tasks. http://windowsrefund.org/amd-athlon/athlon-oc.php ATNO/TW Super Moderator Posts: 23473Loc: Woodbridge VA 3+ Months Ago Are you overclocking? You might want to have a read of this article (it's several pages long)... Btw, I typed all this before I finished reading your post, and see you have another case fan in there...
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? I don't think it's really true either way. is it a good enough cooler for $10? (I'm in a tight budget right now ^^;;) I never had to buy another cooler for my computer, so I am totally noob this contact form It sure wasn't me.
So if nominal failure time is assumed to be 10 years at default voltage: hitechjb: A 10% increase in Vcore, would shorten the failure time to 83% of nominal failure time. a bit of an improvement ... these are serface temps..
The most important fact in all of this is the 20C buffer zone between Error Free Temp and Fry Temp.
If the temp is truly 65C, you won't be able to hold you finger there for than a few seconds.Dave AnonymousJul 21, 2005, 6:45 PM Archived from groups: alt.comp.hardware.overclocking.amd (More info?)On Maybe you could get an 80mm fan on the M2. these are what you should expect for temps: Without any addition cooling.. I did manage to get things down to 57 degrees with someventalation changes ..
An under powered ps will cause temps to go up. The temperature of the room that the PC in can also play a big part. A 50% increase in Vcore, would shorten the failure time to 44% of nominal failure time. navigate here The standard cooler is not really designed for climates where romm temperature goes much over 25C for extended periods of time With a "top of the range" air cooler the Surface
They say CPU is supposed to last 10 years. it's appreciated.) DaveJul 19, 2005, 12:15 AM Archived from groups: alt.comp.hardware.overclocking.amd (More info?)"singha_lvr"