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Thread: amd athlon xp2600+ barton core




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    Hi Everyone,

    My amd athlon xp2600+ seems always run at 45 degrees celcius when idle. Is this normal?

    Here's what I've tried:
    1. retail HSF with thermal pad, CPU temp. still at 45 when idle
    2. retail HSF with arctic silver 5, CPU temp. still at 45 when idle

    I just added a exhaust rear 80mm fan (no front fan), and it doesn't lower the CPU temp., except lower the case temp. by 5 degrees.

    Is there anything I can try apart from buying a new HSF? And my mobo is the Gigabyte GA-7VT600-P-L, with an Solution Series Antec case

    Thanks in advance.


    Cheers,

    Johnny.
    ==| PC specs |==
    1. Intel Pentium 4 3.0C ghz
    2. Gigabyte 5900XT
    3. Gigabyte GA-8IPE1000 Pro
    4. Kingmax PC3200 DDR RAM (2 x 256mb on dual channel)
    5. Western Digital 80gb 7200rpm HD (8mb cache)

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    Sounds like it may be a bit hot, i have a 2600 Thorougbred-B that idles at 38ish. I have a Coolermaster Aero 7+. If you wanna shave a few degrees off your temps try an all copper cooler, these dissapate heat more effectivley than copper cored heatsinks

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    The retail HSF sucks. That's you problem. It will be enough, but if you want to overclock more you will need some thermal paste and a new HSF.

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    I ahve the Same 2600XP running stock and with a SLK-900U, temps are 38-40 Idle and below 45 under load. Hope this helps

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