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Old May 6th 04, 07:47 AM
Wayne @ W.
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Default My new AMD64 3200+ runs cooler than my AMD 2600+

This chip runs cool. It runs at 12 to 17 c While my AMD Barton 2600+
non-overclocked ran around 35 to 43 C.

Same case, but better power supply. :)

Now I am waiting for Chaintech to upgrade the bios for this new Nforce3 N250
mobo to allow me to disable the onboard Nic, as it is my only hold up in
getting Windows XP 64 extended edition working.

Wayne


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Old May 6th 04, 10:11 AM
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"Wayne @ W." writes:
This chip runs cool. It runs at 12 to 17 c While my AMD Barton 2600+
non-overclocked ran around 35 to 43 C.


Are you SURE you are measuring that temperature correctly?
12 c is 54 f, 17 c is 63 f, for the metrically challenged.

If it really is less than 63 f when running then you must either
have some impressive refrigeration to keep it cold OR you are
sitting in an awfully cold room.

Same case, but better power supply. :)


I'm impressed. Maybe the power is hooked up backwards,
and it gets cold instead of hot
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Old May 6th 04, 11:59 AM
rstlne
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"Wayne @ W." wrote in message
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This chip runs cool. It runs at 12 to 17 c While my AMD Barton 2600+
non-overclocked ran around 35 to 43 C.

Same case, but better power supply. :)

Now I am waiting for Chaintech to upgrade the bios for this new Nforce3

N250
mobo to allow me to disable the onboard Nic, as it is my only hold up in
getting Windows XP 64 extended edition working.

Wayne



Uh..
Hi Santa, didnt know ur name was Wayne


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Old May 6th 04, 06:27 PM
Povl H. Pedersen
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In article , Wayne @ W. wrote:
This chip runs cool. It runs at 12 to 17 c While my AMD Barton 2600+
non-overclocked ran around 35 to 43 C.

Same case, but better power supply. :)


How do you get it below room temperature ?

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Get 5% discount on VMWare use discount/referral code: MRC-POVPED260
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Old May 6th 04, 07:08 PM
Wayne @ W.
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"Don Taylor" wrote in message
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"Wayne @ W." writes:
This chip runs cool. It runs at 12 to 17 c While my AMD Barton 2600+
non-overclocked ran around 35 to 43 C.


Are you SURE you are measuring that temperature correctly?
12 c is 54 f, 17 c is 63 f, for the metrically challenged.

If it really is less than 63 f when running then you must either
have some impressive refrigeration to keep it cold OR you are
sitting in an awfully cold room.

Same case, but better power supply. :)


I'm impressed. Maybe the power is hooked up backwards,
and it gets cold instead of hot


LOL. I have 4 internal case fans, I have the retail version of the AMD 64
3200+ cpu, and I have an ENERMAX Noisetaker Series 420W Power Supply, ATX
12V V1.3 compatible: Support latest P4 and Athlon 64 platforms, Model
"EG425P-VE-SFMA"

I use the Chaintek program, "DigiDoc" , to tell me the temps. g

Wayne


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Old May 6th 04, 07:09 PM
Wayne @ W.
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"Wayne @ W." wrote in message
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This chip runs cool. It runs at 12 to 17 c While my AMD Barton 2600+
non-overclocked ran around 35 to 43 C.

Same case, but better power supply. :)

Now I am waiting for Chaintech to upgrade the bios for this new Nforce3

N250
mobo to allow me to disable the onboard Nic, as it is my only hold up in
getting Windows XP 64 extended edition working.

Wayne



Uh..
Hi Santa, didnt know ur name was Wayne



LOL. Well, I do have an A.C. unit only 10 feet in front of my Computer Case.
And I keep my room at about 60F.
)


Wayne


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Old May 6th 04, 07:10 PM
Wayne @ W.
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"Povl H. Pedersen" wrote in message
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In article , Wayne @ W. wrote:
This chip runs cool. It runs at 12 to 17 c While my AMD Barton 2600+
non-overclocked ran around 35 to 43 C.

Same case, but better power supply. :)


How do you get it below room temperature ?

--
Povl H. Pedersen - (yes - it works)
Get 5% discount on VMWare use discount/referral code: MRC-POVPED260


My room temp is about 60F. I like it cool, because fat people sweat in
snow. ROFLOL

Wayne


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Old May 6th 04, 08:19 PM
bill
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In article ,
says...

"Povl H. Pedersen" wrote in message
...
In article , Wayne @ W. wrote:
This chip runs cool. It runs at 12 to 17 c While my AMD Barton 2600+
non-overclocked ran around 35 to 43 C.

Same case, but better power supply. :)

How do you get it below room temperature ?

--
Povl H. Pedersen - (yes - it works)
Get 5% discount on VMWare use discount/referral code: MRC-POVPED260

My room temp is about 60F. I like it cool, because fat people sweat in
snow. ROFLOL

Wayne




Ya know, I coulda gone all day without that mental image.

Bill
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Old May 6th 04, 08:45 PM
Wayne @ W.
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"bill" wrote in message
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In article ,
says...

"Povl H. Pedersen" wrote in

message
...
In article , Wayne @ W. wrote:
This chip runs cool. It runs at 12 to 17 c While my AMD Barton 2600+
non-overclocked ran around 35 to 43 C.

Same case, but better power supply. :)

How do you get it below room temperature ?

--
Povl H. Pedersen - (yes - it works)
Get 5% discount on VMWare use discount/referral code: MRC-POVPED260

My room temp is about 60F. I like it cool, because fat people sweat in
snow. ROFLOL

Wayne




Ya know, I coulda gone all day without that mental image.

Bill


LOL. At least I didn't talk about .... nevermind. )


Wayne


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Old May 7th 04, 12:25 AM
bill
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In article ,
says...

"bill" wrote in message
news:[email protected]
In article ,
says...

"Povl H. Pedersen" wrote in
message
...
In article , Wayne @ W. wrote:
This chip runs cool. It runs at 12 to 17 c While my AMD Barton 2600+
non-overclocked ran around 35 to 43 C.

Same case, but better power supply. :)

How do you get it below room temperature ?

--
Povl H. Pedersen - (yes - it works)
Get 5% discount on VMWare use discount/referral code: MRC-POVPED260

My room temp is about 60F. I like it cool, because fat people sweat in
snow. ROFLOL

Wayne




Ya know, I coulda gone all day without that mental image.

Bill

LOL. At least I didn't talk about .... nevermind. )


Wayne




Please, not 'til after 9:00p.m. I don't want to have to dwell all
day on the nightmares I'll probably have.

Bill

 




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