Athlon XP 3200+ Overheating. Need Cheap Solution.
Ask a question and give support. Attached is an image of the HWMonitor screen. I have an old 80x80x30mm cpu fan, which I could mount with an adaptor, but I hear the adaptors don't really work. As far the dust goes, I am pretty sure there is nothing there since I have cleaned it multiple times with the gas duster. http://windowsrefund.org/athlon-xp/amd-athlon-xp-processor-3200.php
And the 9800 runs much hotter than the 9200, yet still uses the same sink/fan. Search the site GO Internet & Network Key Concepts Basics Guides & Tutorials Installing & Upgrading Tips & Tricks How To Windows Macs iPad iPhone Android Internet & Network Digital Everything is running stock. This is unnecessary, but if you're curious you could briefly load the cpu and see if it takes that long cool down again.
Newegg has a few new older-spec units in stock, I'd go hunt them down. It is important to know the risks involved, the steps that must be done to obtain the results and a clear understanding that results will vary greatly. that's a lot of dangerous work for an overclock of 166mhz, but isn't it worth it when you boot up your system to see the higher bios numbers? The A7N8X 2.0 runs in dual channel memory mode and the A7N8X-X runs in single channel memory mode...because it doesn't feature DC capability.The A7N8X 2.0, with a Thermaltake Combo Cool Pipe
is it even worth it to alter the surface of the processor? - by warplex i rather just… (6:12pm est wed mar 20 2002)…spend more money on a faster processor. - AGP cards can draw about 45 watts from the slot and I'll betcha it comes from +3.3 V or +5V rather than +12V. Of course, these speeds are not necessarily possible on every Athlon XP 2500+. Anyhow, I tested the CPU with doing another FLV conversion and it started to rise fast.
Join the community here, it only takes a minute. but the temp isn't to bad even though i'd like it a bit better. Some did not support the 200mhz bus(400 DDR) for the 3200+You are using a new heatsink and thermal paste right? It still runs this hot.
the guy at the near by computer shop didn't think running it at that speed was good. Only a couple of files gets it HOT! Most Socket A boards used the +5VDC rail to feed the CPU rather than the +12VDC rail(s) like P4s, A64s, and everything later. It will give you an idea of expected temperatures with Intel's HSF and other HSFs.
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Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Modern PSU's do indeed have much less 5/3.3 so may be a good place to look.Time to break out my old Athlon XP's 150 watts is about right. Your 800 W PSU is guaranteed to be a modern PSU with likely no more than 20-25 amps combined on the +3.3/+5DVC rails whereas an early 2000s good 400-watt-ish PSU probably weblink seeing higher bios #'s is the greatest joy i can feel. :) - by rodwilco rodwilco (2:33pm est wed mar 20 2002)get a life!!! - by joeblow jeez (4:29pm est wed
Here is newegg's link: http://www.newegg.com/Product/...x?Item=N82E16811129021 #13 WildViper, Sep 14, 2009 Eeqmcsq Senior member Joined: Jan 6, 2009 Messages: 408 Likes Received: 0 Now that's a mystery. I am running an athlon slightly overclocked and the cpu temp has NEVER got over 40. Modern PSUs also have overcurrent protection which I strongly suspect is kicking in after a few seconds and shutting off the 3200+ but the 2600+ skates just underneath the OCP cutoff
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You can replace the stock HSF with a better combination and use a quality thermal paste (Arctic Silver 5) for better cooling. i have the athlon xp 2100, standerd heatsink, asus a7n8x-e deluxe mobo, samsung 512mg ddr 184 pin ram, 80 gig western digital hdd, 300 watt atx psu, ati radeon 9200 se, New Posts What music are you listening to now? I am going to order that with a new all cooper fan.
the only thing is that a have to change the fsb on every startup. - by dim_monk athlon xp 2100+ overclocked to 2600+ (2012.2mhz) (9:54pm est thu jan 15 2004)i'm running BTW, was there any refcent s/w updates or upgrades when this appears to start? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - some cpu cooling ideas by linkit / October 4, 2005 6:23 AM PDT In reply to: Everything working Yes, temperature of your surroundings http://windowsrefund.org/athlon-xp/athlon-xp-2600.php Jack 23-08-2002,10:12 AM #6 Scott Bartley Guest Re: Athlon XP Overheating Query My Athlon XP1700 ran fine using just the plain heatsink and fan that came with the chip.
So i bought one on ebay...I carefully place it into the socket then start the computer but then... Here are the specs of my system: XP Pro SP3, AMD Athlon 64 X2 5600+ Mobo: Gigabyte GA-MA78GM-S2H (Edited correct board) 2 Gig DDR2 RAM - branded ATI Radeon HD3200 on by Willy / October 4, 2005 8:53 AM PDT In reply to: Everything working Some s/w sensor monitoring can be off, by 5-10deg. Jack 23-08-2002,12:38 PM #9 tweak\'e Guest Re: Athlon XP Overheating Query >normal operating temp is between 40 +45 Degrees.] CPU temp not case temp.