[HARDWARE] Newest client causes BSOD with AMD 2100+?

Karl kjb at clara.net
Sun Oct 13 01:35:16 EDT 2002


Check your cooling, make sure your heatsink is attached correctly with
thermal paste and you have adequate case ventilation. You will normally
see a rise in temperature as the client keeps your CPU running at 100%.

Karl

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From: owner-hardware at lists.distributed.net
[mailto:owner-hardware at lists.distributed.net] On Behalf Of Keith
Lockliear
Sent: 12 October 2002 19:14
To: hardware at llamas.net
Subject: [HARDWARE] Newest client causes BSOD with AMD 2100+?

Anyone else experiencing any problems using the newest client and an AMD
2100+ processor?

I recently built this machine and have had no problems prior to
installing
the client.  CPU temp goes up about 5-6 degrees C when the client
starts,
and after about 5-7 minutes, I get the dreaded BSOD in Win2k or it will
just reboot by itself.  Nothing else running at the time.

Is this an AMD issue?  This is my first AMD chip.  I'm running this same
client on several other machines including a dual 466 celeron, dual 1.0
P3
and dual 1.2 P3 machines.

Thanks


Keith
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