[RC5] CPU Temperature
Colin L. Hildinger
colin at ionet.net
Wed Mar 13 23:12:23 EST 2002
Not necessarily the case. AMD's CPU's have not historically contained an
automated mechanism for doing this. Intel only started this (I believe)
with the coppermine PIII's. AMD has started including a thermal diode and
requiring motherboard makers to monitor the temperature of the chip, but
they're a little behind the curve in the "protecting you from a dead fan"
----- Original Message -----
From: "daniel carter" <hedonist at win.co.nz>
To: <rc5 at lists.distributed.net>
Sent: Wednesday, March 13, 2002 4:44 PM
Subject: Re: [RC5] CPU Temperature
> I wouldn't worry too much, my athlon runs stable up to about 95 degrees.
> If you haven't got a case fan, i'd look at one of those ultra quiet
> 2700RPM case fans to suck the hot air out of the case, while my CPU
> didn't mind running hot, the buildup of heat in the case caused the
> CDROM drives to go a little flakey.
> Bottom line:
> Is it stable? Then no problem.
> Is it unstable? You got a problem.
> Ray Booysen wrote:
> > I have been running dnetc for a while now and I am curious about how
> > much it raises my CPU's temperature. I have a Celeron 800 which runs at
> > about 55C without dnetc running and 83C with dnetc running. I do have 4
> > IDE devices and a floppy drive in the case. Is this temperature too
> > high for the CPU, because I don't want to cause any damage to it.
> > I know my hard drives get very warm from constant use but I can't move
> > them around because of lack of space. Any suggestions?
> > Thanks
> > Ray Booysen
> > ID: 320418
> > Team - Cow Killers
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