AMD Athlon XP 1900+ Overheat
Probably still just a cooling issue. If you sniff this part you usually get the scorched metallic smell (not always). bowmar, Jun 23, 2003 #2 Rockn Joined: Jul 29, 2001 Messages: 21,334 It would probably not even boot if the CPU was indeed fried. AMD Athlon XP 1900+ overheat, dead? Check This Out
This is with a Volcano 7+ on median and no airflow other than the power supply. Additionally, I hope AMD continues to evolve the Athlon series, as I think they are far more advanced than those Intel Pentium IV chips. I know it cannot be any of the truly big boys (like my favourite Zalman 7000) maybe someone can recommend a compact unit that gives best cooling? 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 website here
Duff5000 bittah freak Posts: 1811Joined: Jul 8, 2002 [ignore] Post a reply 16 posts • Page 1 of 1 Display: All posts1 day7 days2 weeks1 month3 months6 months1 year Sort The number of transistors switching, the voltages applied across the source, gate, and drain of the transistors, and several other factors play into the power consumed (and heat generated) by the This latter option is a slightly tricky one, I happen to have built a custom desk/shelf place where the unit sits and it is EXACTLY the size of the box.... The mobo temperature is often around 33C The CPU temperature would often be in high 60's.
Sounds more like the motherboard or memory, have you tried swapping the memory out ? We have the power supply fan and a case fan sucking air out and the volcano 7 on the CPU. opinions welcome... Must say though if the cpu was fried you would not get post at all.
Agreed - today’s cooling methods are ok in most situations, but as chip makers continue to up their speeds and as users are demanding more output from their systems, there needs With fsb set to 100 Mhz the temp is about 38. However, the new Athlon XP Thoroughbreds did this and also had a decreased die size, which meant less surface area to dissipate the heat to the heatsink. http://www.osnn.net/threads/amd-athlon-1900-overheating.45860/ I have been told that Athlon XPs have a bad problem of overheating and melting down.
I mean - I cannot even get into the friggin house withthe machine! (some threads are meant to die a natural death..... Join over 733,556 other people just like you! The time now is 11:40 AM. Exact same act my Gainward 64mb Ti4200 pulls on occasion.
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Hence we don't see a significant decrease in CPU temperature with the decreased CPU voltage of these CPU's. (3) The Athlon XP has several architecture changes, when compared to the Athlon his comment is here Jack Scott Bartley23-08-2002, 10:12 AMMy Athlon XP1700 ran fine using just the plain heatsink and fan that came with the chip. JediKnightr, Jun 23, 2003 #4 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide Tom's IT
if the heatsink falls off the cpu it WILL fry. solved AMD Athlon overheating after MB change More resources Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Am I close? this contact form I have had this computer for about a year now and never had any problems with it...until now.
A friend of mine told me to replace my CPU/Heatsink with a Volcano 7, is this a good idea. Computer Maniac Current System: Intel Core 2 Duo Q9550 @ 3.83Ghz with Zalman CNP9700TN, 8G OCZ Reaper PC2-8500 HPC, ASUS P5Q Deluxe, AMD HD4870, Soundblaster X-FI Extreme Music, Duo OCZ Vertex NO crashes.
averages between 51-55 degrees idle and goes a bit higher when playing games.
If you have room then put one in there. Jack tweak\'e23-08-2002, 12:38 PM>normal operating temp is between 40 +45 Degrees.] CPU temp not case temp. Reply With Quote 03-26-2003,05:20 PM #8 ComputerManiacs View Profile View Forum Posts Hammerhead Shark Join Date Aug 2001 Location Calgary, AB, CA Posts 2,698 Once I put my Computer outside of If you don't want to address replacing your Volcano 7 heatsink / fan assembly, then at least look into an intake fan up front, and even cutting a "blowhole" in the
Silent Boost But I agree that BSOD are most times ram related. Value Windows XP Professional Reply With Quote 03-27-2003,11:21 AM #13 CadetLee View Profile View Forum Posts Great White Shark Join Date May 2001 Location NH Posts 6,923 Even if that is It gives me the beep code for RAM. -Insert RAM and it gets to post and stops.(with both PSUs) -Hook up Floppy and it posts but never boots the disk. http://zenproject8reviews.com/amd-athlon/amd-athlon-x2-64.html and its really hard/rare to get cpu temp within 2 degrees of case temp.
Cleaned that up and it still locked up. -I thought it was the hard drive, so I tried a DOS boot disk with scandisk. Removed all the old thermal material using carb cleaner and ethanol (from the cpu and the heatsink). It would randomly lock up, sometimes staying on for an hour, sometimes for 20 secs. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2017 vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
My cpu is now running about 10 degrees cooler than it was. Noise is irrelevant because this machine is about as loud as they come. my one cent. if its not an XP it sounds like you have a 1.2ghz t'bird. -=JM=-23-08-2002, 11:35 PMWell my 1900+ hits 46-47 under load with a case temp of 40.
Still it has given reliable performance so I would probably go for any of the current atholon cpu's minus the 2700+ range, I would probably take a wait and see approach it sounds like you don't have enough case airflow. Mainframeguy, Jan 7, 2005 #3 leedogg Gojyone kawaiiiiiiii! Other WTG for me is to strip out all I can easily take - certainly CPU, Optical Drive, and HD - possibly everything except case (this seems crazy, because retains some
Depending on the PSU you have the stealth could just be blowing around hot air. You need to pull air into the case, not just suck it out. provided you use a half decent heatsink and have a case that has a decent cooling solution then you will not have a problem. The color is just a little darker.
just make sure the heatsink is fitted properly and preferably have the 3 lug clips instead of the single. -=JM=-24-08-2002, 08:31 PMHave a look at the Vapochill (http://www.vapochill.com/) cases that have I assume you guys are using artic silver or some other quality goob with the combo? Gamer -Antec 400W power Supply -Windows XP Ok... It runs at about 40-50C. 2.) The room temperature will effect your cpu tempurature greatly, so try to get a fan on the computer if you live in a hot area.
Reply With Quote 03-27-2003,02:44 AM #11 talldude View Profile View Forum Posts Sleeps with the Fishes Join Date May 2001 Location The North Posts 9,440 I'll tell you what it is...the solved AMD athlon xp 2400+ at 1.5 GHz solved AMD Athlon X4 860K overheating with Hyper 212 Evo solved AMD Athlon X4 860k overheating solved AMD Athlon Major Overheating! The other option is creating an exaust hole and putting a fan on top of your case.