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SubjectRe: Athlon SMP blues - kernels 2.4.[9 13 15-pre4]


On Wed, 14 Nov 2001, Charles Marslett wrote:

> Philippe Amelant wrote:
> >
> > le mer 14-11-2001 à 17:15, Alastair Stevens a écrit :
> > > > We just finished putting together what was for us a pretty big box using
> > > > the Tyan S2460 with 1.4GHz Athlons (not MP) and ran into some troublesome
> > > > heating problems.
> > >
> > > Well, I finally managed to check, and both CPUs are at 76C - sounds
> > > quite hot to me. Is that problematic? I've never run these Athlons
> > > before, so I'm not sure what's supposed to be normal ;-)
> > >
> >
> > It's hot i think, my dual celeron hang around 60°C.
>
> I agree, but the Thunderbirds (older 1.4 GHz processors) run hotter than anything
> else, so this may be normal. My dual 1.2 GHz MPs run about 72C, and they are
> supposed to be a bit cooler than the Thunderbirds.

> I don't have much in the way of cooling, though....

In my opinion, you just need some ketch-up and you will be done. :-)

Athlons can survive at more than 90C, but probably not all the stuff that
is closed to them when temperature is so high, in my opinion. I would not
trust anything higher than 55C.

Gérard.

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