Temp prob. (i think).
Sorry to bother you with this, but i'm rather sure i have a temp prob with my xp2000+ tbred. It runs at stock speeds on a kx7-333r, with an alpha pal 8045 + papst ngml. This is al positioned in a maxi chieftec with 5 80mm enermax fans @ half speeds, controlled by a digidoc. casetemp = roomtemp (23°), but my cpu runs stressed @ 45°. Even my thunderbird 1133 did better ! (39°)
is this normal ?
i think that an xp2000+ runs hotter than a tbird1133but not sure about that
did you cool the 1133 with the same setup?
the temps aren't that bad. for a papst ngml.
casetemp=roomtemp is your case open then?
i run a xp1700+ at 1666mhz (xp2000+ speed)
with a v7 and a papst ngm a 12cm casefan at 7v and 2x 8cm fans at about 2000rpm. temps are 39 a 40 degrees C stressed.
but a papst ngm turns more rpm than a ngml.
it's just about wath you want?
a cool pc that doesn't make any noise(Aircooled) is not that easy to make and not cheap.
as long as you don't get 60 a 65 degrees C stressed it's ok.
my 1700+ @ 2000+ speed had the same temp
but it's with a v7+ @ medium speed
fastened your alpha good enough? your layer of thermal goo okay?
my tb1133 was with the same setup, yes. Everything should be allright with the as3.
computer has been folding all night, when i woke up I had a casetemp of 33° and a cpu temp of 51° ! (without casecooling.).
NGML = low CFM, silent fan. 45°C stressed is very good for a silent cooled xp2000+ in my humble opinion. Nothing to worry about.
ok then. ty.
One NGM coming up.
With a delta black label on my pal it didn't made much difference !
this is with 5 enermax casefans @full speed, 24° roomtemp, cpu @ stock speeds. The fan should suck the air out of the heatsink, right ?
note: chassis fan = thermaltake active memcooler;
I tried to OC that cpu, but to get @ a fsb of 160, i had to feed it 1.85v !. Wasn't possible to load windows because my raidcontroller is running on 30 mHz in stead of 33, is this possible ?
in a closed case with 1.8v those temps are do-able
the PAL indeed needs to get the air sucked out if it :)
Open Case + Swiftech + Delta + XP2200+ - + 1.85v = better temps
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