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AMD Athlon barton 2600+ nearly dead?

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by DaPunisha, Sep 28, 2005.

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    DaPunisha New Member

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    Hi,Im using PC Wizard to see if I can overclock my processor,but u know what?
    My CPU temperature is 201 C! is that normal if I havent overclocked?

    Its really strange as I havent even touched it,is it time to buy a new processor,in case:Which one?
     
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    How close is your processor to your psu..my friend had that same problem he just opened up the side case and put a normal fan there lol maybe a bit lud but it worked...
     
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    its 1 or 2 cm from it,but my PSU isnt hot at all.
    maybe need new case,mine is black,its like clothes that is black,they are really hot in the sun!
     
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    It has nothing to do with the case its the position of the cpu socket on the motherboard.
     
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    its just a bunk reading from a crappy onboard sensor. ignore it. It would however, be good to check it by feeling the side of the heatsink, and as long as that isnt hot, it is fine. ;)
     
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    Its misreading...the max temp before failure on them is 85C I believe. If it was 200, you would have a dead CPU.

    -Dan
     
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    Both posted at the same time. :p

    -Dan
     
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    thats true 201 C = 410 degrees Fahrenheit you could cook a pizza in there..seriously..lol
     
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    My kind of computer. Plays games and cooks pizza. :D

    -Dan
     
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    What'd be cool is if they made pins and all other pieces of processors, or coated them with, or had shells, made out of a really high-heat-tolerance material, so heating wouldn't be a factor. I mean 85C can burn you but it's not that bad. If you could do that, we could either have a new generation of CPU's about 5x as fast or be overclocking them about that high. That'd be awesome, I think that should be the way of the future, not new generations of technology that make them faster, but a simple physical technology that lets them run hotter, or even better, both.
     
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    electricity flows facter cold ;)
     
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    Well why not just more powerful power supply's with more current flowing through the hardware to make up for lost flow through heat?
     
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