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Athlon XP 2100+ Running To Hot?
Software coolers may also affect overclocking but since you are not OCing now that doesnt matter.If your room temp is high you can expect your case and CPU temps to be i have a temp monitor only seen temp get to 60 degress should i change my fan and heatsink. At idle it runs at 47*C. If that still doesn't work to reduce the temps, you have some other issues... have a peek at this web-site
If you're seeing the 68C temp regularly, look to get a better cooler. They are fairly cheap, and perform very very well. After i re-coated my CPU and Heatsink with thermal compound it knocked of a considerable amount degrees - now it varies between 45-59 degrees. overclocking athlon xp chips has gotten harder lately, but by using a handy dremel pcstats was able to turn a 2100+ (1.73ghz) athlon xp into an unlocked 1600+ athlon xp, and
You're running very hot. #8 MichaelD, Dec 5, 2004 BPiersol Member Joined: Dec 17, 2002 Messages: 120 Likes Received: 0 ok, heres what we have now. Are your listed temps idle and load or what-not? Anywayz, now whilst monitoring the temps with MBM it shows two temps for the CPU with it been HT but there is a big difference between the two all the time Also, a quick Google search for "motherboard monitor" (which we mention the name of in this article) brings up many many results.
Why does it kick up the speed? hp told me i need a new fan and video card so i got them and it still does it. It just pumps max so i ran some additional hardware monitoring software and Im thinking new fan? Ask !
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Lineage2 says February 12, 2007 at 6:25 pm Warcrafs SUX, play Lineage II Faridz says February 14, 2007 at 1:34 pm Hi, I have P4 2.8 GHZ.my processor temp is around I removed the dust from heat sink and still the problem continous. You might not be allowed to log on [Security] by ashrc4269. did your cpu immediately accept the higher multiplier? - by marky overclocking duron applebred (1:49am est wed sep 22 2004)to be honest, somthing im not used to being.
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the pr calc is officially pr = 1500 + ( mhz - 1333 ) x 1.5 so 1900 mhz is pr 2350+, as you point out. - by goatguy and a recommended you read Thanks Vilnesen says August 18, 2010 at 3:23 pm Hi. Administrator says January 9, 2007 at 9:23 pm Raviraj, although the computer can run at that temperature, its definitely on the warm side. I have a fan in front that takes cool air from FRONT of case and blows towards middle of case...
Some software coolers can affect stability but I have found that this is not the case with Vcool. Check This Out It has open ventilation on all sides, but one side is about 2-3 inches from other PC (also mid tower).I looked at HSF, and it seems to be on there pretty If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. Any opinions? #1 BPiersol, Dec 4, 2004 akira34 Golden Member Joined: Jun 26, 2004 Messages: 1,531 Likes Received: 0 I'd be looking to fix the system if it was running
gotta love it. - by water marky (2:42pm est wed jan 19 2005)yeah, it seem like the multiplier wasnt lock on this cpu so i can freely change the multiplier. Problem is, I am not comfortable installing a new HSF. The temperature of the system stays normal at idle, but the fans wont go back up in speed when i put load on the cpu. Source Or you can download WCPUID and verify your Tbred version.The athlons I believe are like good up to 80C, or some crazy number like that.
Brett says May 18, 2010 at 5:34 am HI ive got a D/C 2.93 pentium and ive also got a GTS 25 BOTH run IDAL temp at GPU 45c and CPU I have the Thermaltake Volcano 9 heatsink and fan, with thermal paste. Usually if acpu is really getting beyond its acceptable heat, it will crash the PC, normally causing Blue Screen errors, as it starts to fail inside itself.
Before refitting, get some good quality HEATSINK COMPOUND PASTE, and smear that on the top of the CPU, cover it evenly about 1mm thick.
Lesson to be learned and shared. i think i could reach 2.1 but no need as of yet. If your CPU is getting too hot its the CPU heatsink that needs addressing! Thanks, I appreciate the help!
Tommy says June 20, 2008 at 11:49 am intel pentium d 2,60Ghz temperatures in Windows xp 65-75 degres Celcius.Under havy load got up to 80-85 degres celsius.My Cpu fan it's made p.s. 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 have a peek here Muhammad Irfan says November 8, 2007 at 10:50 am I have Pentium D Dual core 2.8 Ghz Processor My Processor temp is 68 C My Computer do always shutdown.
I suggest you get the instructions from the AS site and follow them to the letter for your processor and the compound you used. I have my 2100+ overclocked to a 2200+, so its nothing major. #10 BPiersol, Dec 5, 2004 0roo0roo No Lifer Joined: Sep 21, 2002 Messages: 64,687 Likes Received: 29 if says July 2, 2008 at 2:21 pm Oh my god!! Hardware diagnostics give you objective feedback to help you track down a problem. That saves you time and money.
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Pyrion Member 2002-Aug-5 6:17 pm Sorry. i use a nice coppercore heatsink with a quality paste, and a outrigger-type fan. Nothing helps this is driving me crazy. What to do? [PCHardware] by Kilroy208. 2x4 attic joists [HomeImprovement] by snakerock196.