temperatures

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by drvnguy, Sep 1, 2003.

  1. drvnguy

    drvnguy Guest

    I am running an amd athalon xp 2000 ,1.6 mgz
    what is a danger zone for my cpu , i am running
    speedfan to monitor my temp if i run it on mobo at frequancy 100/100 it
    stays cool ,but
    when i switch to 133/133 things start to heat up
    close to 60 degrees ,is this normal ..what is a good temp for cpus to run
    at
    drvnguy, Sep 1, 2003
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  2. drvnguy

    SgtMinor Guest

    http://www.heatsink-guide.com/

    drvnguy wrote:
    >
    > I am running an amd athalon xp 2000 ,1.6 mgz
    > what is a danger zone for my cpu , i am running
    > speedfan to monitor my temp if i run it on mobo at frequancy 100/100 it
    > stays cool ,but
    > when i switch to 133/133 things start to heat up
    > close to 60 degrees ,is this normal ..what is a good temp for cpus to run
    > at
    SgtMinor, Sep 1, 2003
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  3. drvnguy

    doS Guest

    60 F is nothing
    get a P4, keep your house warm'

    "drvnguy" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > I am running an amd athalon xp 2000 ,1.6 mgz
    > what is a danger zone for my cpu , i am running
    > speedfan to monitor my temp if i run it on mobo at frequancy 100/100 it
    > stays cool ,but
    > when i switch to 133/133 things start to heat up
    > close to 60 degrees ,is this normal ..what is a good temp for cpus to run
    > at
    >
    >
    doS, Sep 2, 2003
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  4. drvnguy

    Andy Guest

    Depending on the box and air flow you may well see temps of around 46-63c
    check amd's site.


    "drvnguy" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > I am running an amd athalon xp 2000 ,1.6 mgz
    > what is a danger zone for my cpu , i am running
    > speedfan to monitor my temp if i run it on mobo at frequancy 100/100 it
    > stays cool ,but
    > when i switch to 133/133 things start to heat up
    > close to 60 degrees ,is this normal ..what is a good temp for cpus to run
    > at
    >
    >
    Andy, Sep 4, 2003
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