JJJJJ23-08-2002, 07:07 AMI think a lot of the talk about over-heating Athlons comes from intel. If it doesn't lock up then more than anything you need better case cooling. Something to think about tho. Well during summer I removed the stock H/S and fan and replaced with a better fan and marginally larger H/S (there is very restricted room there to fit anything truly superior). have a peek here
JediKnightr, Jun 23, 2003 #4 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. Additionally, I hope AMD continues to evolve the Athlon series, as I think they are far more advanced than those Intel Pentium IV chips. Do you have any case fans in the system? You could just need a new CPU fan/heat sink combo with some new thermal paste. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/amd-athlon-xp-1900-overheat-dead.141647/
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I'll have to look through my junk box - I have a funny feeling I got one when I bought a low profile USB2 card for another machine recently! My Rig: AMD Athlon XP 1900+ (1.6 Ghz) ASUS A7V333 Motherboard 512 MB Samsung PC2700 DDR RAM 40GB Maxtor DiamondMax 7200 RPM HD 64 MB Gainward Geforce 4 Ti 4200 Creative Value Windows XP Professional Reply With Quote 03-26-2003,02:44 AM #6 Lord Vetinari View Profile View Forum Posts Mako Shark Join Date Jan 2002 Location Worthing Sussex England Posts 3,561 Before buying We have the power supply fan and a case fan sucking air out and the volcano 7 on the CPU.
It's really not necessary either, if you can modify your case to support good air flow across the CPU. cost. Exact same act my Gainward 64mb Ti4200 pulls on occasion. http://www.osnn.net/threads/amd-athlon-1900-overheating.45860/ My Rig: AMD Athlon XP 1900+ (1.6 Ghz) ASUS A7V333 Motherboard 512 MB Samsung PC2700 DDR RAM 40GB Maxtor DiamondMax 7200 RPM HD 64 MB Gainward Geforce 4 Ti 4200 Creative
eg if it reads 50 die temp is likly to be around 70-80. It's mildly overclocked too, at stock voltage. I found my CPU temp is -5 degrees. Messages: 820 Is it an nforce2 board?
I mean - I cannot even get into the friggin house withthe machine! (some threads are meant to die a natural death..... On June 18, 2009 passed the 10,000 post mark. plus my PCI cards (I think there is just one for firewire in there) will be "short" - can you get "extenders" or soemthing if I want to move to standard Ram or ide controller slipping a bit every now and then which overtime elads to corrupted files leading to crashes and bsods.
I may add second HD to extend life of machine beyond present 40GB HD). http://textminingnews.com/amd-athlon/amd-athlon-ii-x4-630-help.php I have one, so I know first hand. That means I have an extra hole cut in my case so fresh is is sucked in. I just couldn't ignore your statement about why the 1.4 GHz T-bird is the hottest CPU made ("The reason it is this hot is because the processor die is much larger
but thanks all the same for the solitary post! There is also no mistaking the smell for anything else. Jack Scott Bartley23-08-2002, 10:12 AMMy Athlon XP1700 ran fine using just the plain heatsink and fan that came with the chip. Check This Out Heatware - 50+/0/0 GIGABYTE GA-P55M-UD3 - Core i5 750 - 4Gb DDR3-1600 - Enermax 720w - Sapphire Radeon HD 5870 - 1Tb WD Black - 1Tb Samsung Spinpoint F2 - 1.5Tb
Please help! Now it will not even boot to a floppy, it gets stuck just after the post screen. -I took everything out, all that was in was the CPU. Using an AX-7 on my 1700, with a system temp of 32, my idle is 51C right now, goes up to around 56 at full load.
It never occured to me that it may be the CPU, since it was new, so I bought every other part before finally getting the CPU... opinions welcome... I believe it is fried but need to know for sure before I buy a new one. Must say though if the cpu was fried you would not get post at all.
Rockn, Jun 23, 2003 #3 JediKnightr Joined: Jan 18, 2003 Messages: 164 When I fried my Athlon, there was a very obvious smell. Elephant24-08-2002, 09:39 AMThe following from AMD may help:- :-) General AMD Athlon XP Processor Specifications Model Number Operating Frequency (MHz) Nominal Voltage Max Die Temperature 1500+ 1333 1.75V 90 Degrees Celsius This is with a Volcano 7+ on median and no airflow other than the power supply. this contact form Removed all the old thermal material using carb cleaner and ethanol (from the cpu and the heatsink).
So... This was at a PC store and the salesman seemed to be implying that if this happens it may not be possible to get a replacement as it may not fall A volcano 7 will also help on the PSU. My Rig: AMD Athlon XP 1900+ (1.6 Ghz) ASUS A7V333 Motherboard 512 MB Samsung PC2700 DDR RAM 40GB Maxtor DiamondMax 7200 RPM HD 64 MB Gainward Geforce 4 Ti 4200 Creative