I understand that you are seeking information regarding the operating temperature of the Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 processor at 3.2E GHz. http://www.intel.com/support/processors/pentium4/sb/cs-007999.htm#Specifications bonzodogFebruary 19th, 2006, 03:03 PMYeah, anywhere between 30 - 38 degrees is normal. WildTangentFebruary 19th, 2006, 08:49 PMMy Celeron 2.4 O/Ced to 2.8 ghz hovers around 35-40 degrees C. Please check the following website to identify a thermally advantaged chassis:
my guess blowing towards your memory slots beside your cpu,This will cool much better and that is why you have a drop in your temps,if you had 1 fan in front If you wish to post a query, please do so in one of our main forum sections (here). They don't have to be noisy to help. Contact support Give Feedback Did you find this information useful? http://techreport.com/review/6459/intel-pentium-4-3-4ghz-processors/15
At this point we're really beginning to believe that Prescott desperately needs its upcoming new platform architecture in place, to properly operate within what we feel are reasonable conditions. i have the exact same > question, but with the 478 architechture. Table 2. For Boxed Intel Pentium 4 Processors in the 478-pin Package at 3 GHz (and above): Internal Chassis Temperature (oC) Boxed Processor Fan Heatsink Set Points X < = 321 or less
These specifications apply to processors based on the C1 stepping (1.525V). You will have hi temps as long as you have a Prescott, just the way it is. Prescotts run hot. Myu old 3.2 frequently went over 70 degrees at full load.
Evaluation of test data makes it possible to determine if a system has sufficient thermal management for the boxed processor. ssamAugust 9th, 2007, 11:56 AMxeon 5130 (dualcore 2ghz) idle 32 C underload 45 C i dont know if that is good or bad BartenderAugust 9th, 2007, 01:28 PMP4, ASUS P5GDC-V mobo, Meeting the processor's temperature specification is ultimately the responsibility of the system integrator. According to > Shuttle this is a normal value. > I haven't done full/sustained load-testing yet, but when I do, at what > temperature should I start worrying/abort? > > >
Likewise, system integrators using microATX form factor motherboards should choose a chassis that complies with the microATX specification (1.0 or later).The chassis must also support a lower internal ambient temperature than Intel d865perl motherboard 1 gb kingston ddr 400 matrox videocard 32mb standart Intel cpu fan. 2 fans front,1 fan on the side and 1 in the back The temperature of this Paul "Klaus Thane" <> wrote in message [email protected] > Mid 50s is normal temp for this thing sitting idle staring at the BIOS > monitor. Whats the power supply (kind and rating?) What kind and how much ram you got in it?
moab600 View Public Profile Find all posts by moab600 (#3) repapips2004 Maha Guru Videocard: Leadtek A6600GT 128MB @ 500/1000 Processor: P4 2.8C HT 800 FSB / CM Aero4 http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Pentium_4/Intel-Pentium%204%203.4%20GHz%20-%20RK80546PG0961M%20(BX80546PG3400E).html repapips2004 View Public Profile Find all posts by repapips2004 (#10) TheRevern Master Guru Videocard: PNY 780GTX OCC 3gb Processor: AMD FX9590 @4.6ghz Mainboard: MSI 990fx GD80 V2 Memory: VascoMan View Public Profile Find all posts by VascoMan (#9) repapips2004 Maha Guru Videocard: Leadtek A6600GT 128MB @ 500/1000 Processor: P4 2.8C HT 800 FSB / CM Aero4 I just called Intel, they are not scrapping the Prescott.
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mstlyevilFebruary 19th, 2006, 07:09 PMWhat about the cooler? It was a mess I put on artic silver 3 (i had this at home not 5 ) . The processor fan operates at a low speed while internal chassis temperatures are low. my review here The problem was solved by simply cleaning the fans' path and the little aluminum air intakes.
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What are you using for cooling? Those temps are perfectly fine for a prescott. Without a steady stream of air through the system, the fan heatsink will re-circulate warm air, and therefore may not cool the processor adequately.Thermal interface material replacement for fan heatsinkThermal interface See the Intel Pentium 4 Processor Datasheet for details.
at 100% load (dnetc), i'm at or around 60c. No, create an account now. Virtually any $1500 laptop you bought 3 years ago runs circles around a $5... +17 godforsaken Whatever else you do, buy these cases. get redirected here Intel SSD DC P3520 Series NVMe PCIe...
I also got a new case at computerstop- an IN-WIN for about $70. According to > Shuttle this is a normal value. > I haven't done full/sustained load-testing yet, but when I do, at what > temperature should I start worrying/abort? > > > The maximum operating temperature of the Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 processor at 3.2E GHz is 69.1 degrees Celsius. Stupid Asrocks BIOS RageOfOrderAugust 29th, 2007, 10:16 AMMy athlon 64 3000+ runs at room temperature.
Wrong mounted? When I called Intel about it, they told me to put zone 2 threshold at 70c. Once you get the cooling in order, you should be able to do some ocing, Prescotts should do 3.8 and higher without much trouble. That is the key here intel specs, and not comparsion with older processors.
guys a 2.8e will run cooler than a 3.2 so dont compare cuase ur runs colder TheRevern View Public Profile Find all posts by TheRevern (#11) RCG_Savage Newbie Although again, the core seemed fairly stable, we certainly wouldn't recommend running Prescotts for any extended period of time under these conditions. The 3,4GHz are usualyfrom D0 series. vBulletin Skin developed by: vBStyles.com Copyright (c) 1995-2014, All Rights Reserved.
That > is the key here intel specs, and not comparsion with older processors. > I'm not an expert on this matter, however it appears that the prescott > line runs Apply Cancel Log in Most commented stories • Asus shows off Zenbook 3 Deluxe UX490A in detail • Tom's Hardware hammers an Intel 600p SSD for science • be quiet! IntroductionSystems using Intel Pentium 4 Processors all require thermal management. hope this helps.
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