I just wanted to know because if it is also high it could just be an airflow problem. If you have a good Heatsink + good HSF, with good Thermal Compound application... Thanx. Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Tag Search Go to Page...
Excellent cooling units are really cheap now, so it should be pretty easy to replace the ones that come with the cpu. I'd suggest trying to upgrade the fan first, then go with a new heat sink (I prefer Thermalright) as the 'last resort'.If it's an 80mm fan, Panasonic Powerflo fans are good Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. I've already had this heatsink/fan on my cpu for a while (with thermal tape) My cpu temp has increased significantly... http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/whats-normal-running-temp-for-athlon-xp.1632/
They stopped using Ceramic packaging with the last generation Athlons (Thunderbird core)In general the older athlons were built using a different process and needed much more voltage to run, so seeing the differential between the actual die temperature, and the temperature at the point where the thermal sensor is located. It averages 4900 RPM but when I have my side case fan blowin on it...it will hit 5400 RPM.Also...Rounded IDE Cables are a GREAT Investment...Heres mine: »www.bestbyte.net/Product ··· Keyword=Really cant beat
I get 35-37 idle and the highest I've ever seen (on my xp1600+ w/sk6) is 41c after alot of gaming. #4 PhiI2e, Nov 28, 2001 GraveJoKer Senior member Joined: Oct help?! The first goal should be to determine hte MB type, and figure what the normal "temp" for that MB is based on its thermistor location, etc. Personlly had the same CPU running at 54, but it was stable - if it aint broke don't try and fix it.
I reccomend people try thorughly cleaning thier heatsinks, and apply a proper layer of thermal compound so theres no dead air, abd the sink is making full contact with the chip. So I'm sure it can be done. May 25, 2002 #6 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies. http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=43294 Ask a question and give support.
I guess I could get some rounded IDE cables to improve airflow?I've had this system since October 2002, at one point I had had a problem and the CPU had seen Like a plant vase or something...I know when I had my 1.33ghz T-Bird...it was made of that stuff and it overheated like hell probably just because of it...One time for the Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More... I've read that in some situations, testers noticed better cooling with the cases CLOSED and with good fan placement and ventilation (it makes sense -- ideally, the airflow is channeled over
Already have an account? It might be time to stop using antivirus [Security] by andyross375. which HSF for athlon xp 1900? I'd go at it from the worst-case scenario angle -- can I afford a new CPU if I really hose this one?
My cpu runs at 57°C. navigate here Hong Lee Aug 15, 2002, 05:52pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Temperature on Athlon XPI have an Athlon 1800 and All Rights Reserved. my athlon 1.4 runs at 127F under load with no problems.
Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Anyway I was running at 64c getting upto 68 full load. if possible, buy a cpu fan that rotates at 7000.... Check This Out vBulletin Skin developed by: vBStyles.com Copyright (c) 1995-2014, All Rights Reserved.
which I know is a very bad thing Any thoughts? -Tom S."All inanimate objects can move just enough to get in your way." -Unknown Bob Reckerdorn Oct 01, 2002, 06:02pm EDT Grunth0s Aug 14, 2002, 08:49am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Temperature on Athlon XPMy CPU runs at about 30 degrees. After you shut the pc down and unplug it touch the heatsink and see if it is hot.
Joe Lambert Jul 16, 2002, 09:26pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: Temperature on Athlon XPwhooo.. Mike #13 Mikewarrior2, Nov 29, 2001 (You must log in or sign up to post here.) Show Ignored Content Loading... Get the answer jankphilJun 20, 2002, 7:15 AM as far as i can tell your temp looks normal for a 1900+ just out of curiosity, what fan/heatsink do you have on STEVE71163 12:26 02 May 03 Thats fine.
Anyways, it didn't really effect the temps much.. Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums TechSpot Core CPUs and Motherboards Today's Posts Whats normal running temp for AthlonXP? Unless your chip keeps on peaking up at 90 degrees i think you should stop worrying because it is well within operating specs.If you really wanna get more out of your this contact form Frontpage news Digital Photography, Home and Portable Electronics Tablets and Smart Phones The HTPC, HDTV & Ultra High Definition section Videocards Videocards -
im still goign to try and get better cooling though. No? DirectX 10, no longer a Vista exclusive? Just put together my new AthlonXP 1900+ rig - any idea if 50 deg. I want to scrap the thermal tape off of my heatsink and put thermal compound onto it.
Stay logged in Sign up now! A good heat sink with even a fairly quiet 80mm fan should keep the CPU temp well under 50C at idle at the stock CPU speed, preferably in the 38C to But what may help you there is that many of the DIY guides refer to solvents that they recommend for using to clean off old adhesives. Well when I checked the new temps I got : 45 at full load with case temps at 32-35c Now thats pretty cool.
AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Forums > Hardware and Technology > Cases & Cooling > Toggle Width Style Anandtech Add-ons Conflicts Home Contact Us Help Terms and Rules Privacy What are you using to tell you that?_________________________________________________________________________________ ~ The manual said "Requires Windows '95 or better" ...so I installed Linux! of these, probalby 99% of them do not even reasonably read die temp well. is this normal ,at one time it said 53c.
If I were to remove the tape and put paste on (after thoroughly cleaning the heatsink off), would I get a temperature change for the good? And on the plus side, once you get the new paste in there, later changes and cleanup would be much easier. 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 it may sound mental.....
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