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 10/06/2003 07:22 PM
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My new T-Bred 1800+ idles at 47C!

I've got a Thermalright AX-7 with an 80MM Panaflo. On my old 1600+ Palamino, it ran at 39C. I get these temps from the BIOS and MBM.

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 10/06/2003 07:29 PM
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Maybe you screwed up putting on the thermal paste this time around. It's happened to me before. The credit card method works best for me...

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re-seat the HSF, apply very thin layer of thermal compound.

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 10/06/2003 09:03 PM
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Is that with a Panaflo L1A? Like everyone else said, re-seat it, and a nice thin layer of TIM
 10/07/2003 12:17 AM
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What's wrong with 47C? That's a perfectly fine temperature.
 10/07/2003 03:27 AM
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That's a very high temp

My old AXP 2100+ which I had permanently overclocked to 13 x 166 = 2162 MHz (2700+), only measured in at around 44 ºC 100% load, with the Thermalright AX7 and a Sunon 80mm 50 CFM fan

You probably overdid the layer of TIM. You only need a layer that barely covers the text on the core.

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 10/07/2003 03:48 AM
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My rig idles @ 34C' and runs @ 48.5C', under 24hours of Prime95. My hsf is @ normal mode with a side window case fan sucking cool air in for the hsf.

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QUOTE (Torniojaws @ Oct 6 2003, 11:27 PM) That's a very high temp

My old AXP 2100+ which I had permanently overclocked to 13 x 166 = 2162 MHz (2700+), only measured in at around 44 ºC 100% load, with the Thermalright AX7 and a Sunon 80mm 50 CFM fan

You probably overdid the layer of TIM. You only need a layer that barely covers the text on the core.
47 degrees is not a high temp... When you start exceeding 55 you should start worrying about bringing your temps down. Although 55 isn't too high either, it is a place to start really paying attention for problems that heat will cause in your system.

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QUOTE (Guntario @ Oct 7 2003, 12:06 PM) QUOTE (Torniojaws @ Oct 6 2003, 11:27 PM) That's a very high temp 

My old AXP 2100+ which I had permanently overclocked to 13 x 166 = 2162 MHz (2700+), only measured in at around 44 ºC 100% load, with the Thermalright AX7 and a Sunon 80mm 50 CFM fan

You probably overdid the layer of TIM. You only need a layer that barely covers the text on the core.
47 degrees is not a high temp... When you start exceeding 55 you should start worrying about bringing your temps down. Although 55 isn't too high either, it is a place to start really paying attention for problems that heat will cause in your system.
I referred to his temps for the cooling, he should be around 35 ºC with a Thermalright AX7.
For overclocking, the limit is around 60 ºC, after that you'll be limited by the CPU temp in overclocking..

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 10/07/2003 05:41 AM
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his temp is far too high for a AX7.

I'm @ 38 full load @ 1.5V on my 1800+ @ 2GHz currently.

I'm using a X-Dream with a Aero fan.

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My HS in on correctly and with Artic Silver. My BIOS is upgraded to the latest BIOS. I've got a 92MM Panaflo at the front.

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 10/07/2003 09:14 PM
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Did you upgrade the motherboard at the same time as the CPU? Most newer AXP boards read from the chip's internal diode, which explains the higher temps.

Other than that, I suggest you just take the heatsink off, and re-apply the thermal compound and reattach it. You say it's installed properly, but we're talking about a 5 minute operation, and it very well may be the cause of the problem. I've had many systems with properly installed heatsinks that ran significantly cooler just by taking them off and redoing it. Even if it doesn't solve the problem, it's worth a try.

On a side note, my dually system runs <120*F under full load on both CPUs, with Thermalright SLK-800As and Thermaltake SmartFan2s. If I ran the 1800+ in my NF7 at stock speeds, it'd probably run near room temperature (60cfm ystech on SLK-900A) but it runs @ 2.3GHz for day-to-day use, and 2.51 for benchmarking... so it runs at more like 120*F under full load too...
 10/08/2003 10:28 PM
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I had a pally and it ran in the 144-152 range for over a year with 2 volts into it so i highly doubt your temps are a big deal unless your overclocking the thing then temps like 100f are like somthing u wanna stay below for those extra mhz. If it aint broke don,t fix it.
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