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SubjectRe: High CPU temp on Athlon MP w/ recent 2.6 kernels
On Tue, Apr 06, 2004 at 04:26:37PM -0400, Gene Heskett wrote:
>
> But join the 70C club, that AMD athlon keeps itself at a medium simmer
> full time. Mine has been running 67-72C for 3 years now. Strangly,
> shutting down setiathome doesn't cool it by more than a couple
> degrees C. And, its got a $50 all copper Glaciator cooler on it,
> heavy heavy heavy.

That's not quite my point. I am not afraid of running my athlons at
70C. I just don't want to. With Debian Woody they ran at <40C, which
is impressing IMHO. An upgrade to Sarge raised the temp for about 5K,
which is still very cool. This temperature didn't change when I
upgraded to an early 2.6 kernel. Just after 2.6.3-mm4 there was this
jump for 10K that I just do not understand. It doesn't hurt the athlons
but seems unnecessary to me.

-jo

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