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Old 24th October, 2002, 12:44 AM
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Is my PIV running too hot?

I'm running a 1.8A @ 2.4GHz (100MHz > 133MHz FSB). CPU temp under load with SETI@Home CLI ranges from 45'C to 51'C depending on room temp. This is with kinda crappy case cooling: 1x 27cfm fan in the bottom front of my tower case, partially blocked form ventilating the CPU area of the case by a Voodoo 5; 1x 27cfm exhaust fan next to the mobo i/o shield at the back of the case. Can I take the CPU to 2.63/2.64GHz (146MHz FSB)?
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Old 24th October, 2002, 05:19 AM
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i installed my 1.6A replaceing the 2.66B for memory oc'ing purposes.

1.6A @ 2.56/ AVC Sunflower HSF
room temp: 23c-28c
under load: 48c- 55c
idle: 31c-36c
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Your temps are fine. CPU throttling doesn't start to occur until around 70C or so. Until you start closing on 70C, everything should be cool.
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Old 25th October, 2002, 08:34 PM
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In another thread, I was told that Winbond Hardware Doctor might actually be giving false value because (supposedly) Abit mobos report temps 5-15'C too high. I could actually be getting anywhere from 47 to 35'C.
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Old 25th October, 2002, 11:05 PM
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Well, the one good thing about Intel is that you get a warning before your CPU dies a nasty thermal death. It starts throttling. If you simple tasks taking EXTREMELY long amounts of time, you know you're overheating. Actually, the CPU will NOT die a thermal death. It will throttle and cool down way before critical temps are reached. Unlike AMD which will just burn to a crisp. Regardless, even 46C is way below 70C so I'd say you're pretty safe.
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Umm... question. What's with the avatar?
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Old 26th October, 2002, 04:08 AM
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Yours runs about the same temp as mine with good case ventilation and watercooling. 1.6A @ 2.4 1.65V . Temps are fairly subjective and seem to be measured differently from one manufacturer to another. Like MD said your chip will let you know if it is getting too hot.
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Your temps are fine. CPU throttling doesn't start to occur until around 70C or so. Until you start closing on 70C, everything should be cool.
The legacy diode and the diode used for throttling are on two different parts of the die leaving the possiblity to throttle when your temp readings are much lower than 70C. My wifes system throttled at around 59C when I doing a little testing.:devil:
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