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Old 7th September, 2002, 06:07 AM
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XP giving higher temps than TBird on 8K3A.

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Yesturday i got myself a XP1800+ and I whiped it in.

Everything seems to be fine, except I have noticed my temps are higher with this XP than with my old TBird. Here are some temp comparisons. All done with a v7+ on high with 4x50cfms on an enermax 710B.

TBird 1.4:
1.75v - 40-44C max load
1.85v - 46C max load
2.1v - 53C max load

XP1800+:
1.75v - 55C max load.
1.85v - 62C max load

I havent pushed the XP higher volts because those temps are maxing at what I like to see my CPus at.

I remember reading a while back when the 8K3A first came out that it reads the Internode diode of the CPUs. Does it read the internal diode of all the CPUs or only the internal diode of the XP CPUs ?

If it is the case that it only reads internal diode of AXPs, what is the average difference between the TBird and XPs at the same voltage? Is my different noted above usual ?
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The Xp model of Amd chips uses a Ondie temp sensor--- the Amd 1.4 uses a in socket-- so its probably a little cooler--- remember- this is reading from the core- so its always going to be hotter-
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Old 7th September, 2002, 06:17 AM
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OK Thought so.

But is my difference in temps between the socket and core correct?

It seems even though they are reading from different places, the core is nearly 10C more than socket...
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no why are you running your cpu's at such a high voltage? is it for overclocking? - and yes that difference is correct- but is not something to worrie about too much. The normal temps are a little worriesome--- have you lapped your V7+ yet? if not DO SO NOW they have pretty badly machined bases and need it--- (laping is sanding the bottom of the heatsink, if you dont know, but probably do )
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No, I havent lapped it yet, I might do it when I get around to it.
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