Reply Jack August 17, 2013 at 11:26 pm That's great to know! That's because the die of a CPU is like glass. Reply Kristoffer August 18, 2013 at 12:17 am This is no scoop, this is old news, and I have yet to see anyone else credibly claim that Intel's aim was eventual How delidding solves this remains a mystery. have a peek here
and wont have this problem. I like keeping these things around for a long time, even if it's no longer my main desktop! Besides my Compaq desktop (mentioned above), i run a dinosaur of an old Dell Inpiron; an original 1100 laptop, from 2002. If you get any errors, you should ramp up the voltage by one click. Check This Out
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How Intel Got Caught Red-Handed PC enthusiasts noticed that unlocked Ivy Bridge CPUs ran hotter than expected – a strange situation, as unlocked CPUs exist for the explicit purpose of overclocking. Thinking of powering up old dell again. These CPUs actually can't be delidded without destroying the CPU. Grams79 Oct 12, 2008 #10 nickc TechSpot Paladin Posts: 923 +11 RealTempt_2.70 is a good program to read the temp on the new cpus.
The Fair Repair Act guarantees our right to repair digital equipment like computers, refrigerators, cell phones and tractors. I'd take it to the store or AASP for checking in a flash. Take Action It's time to speak out for your right to repair Dear Nebraskans, This year, the people of Nebraskans have a chance to guarantee their right to repair their equipment—like http://www.wilderssecurity.com/threads/overheating-problem-core-2-duo.279263/ Safe boot was required to deactivate coolbook.
Follow me on my Twitter profile. Told me to take it to the Genius bar to have it checked because they wouldn't take my word for it. (because i love sending stuff back to manufacturers) This is Because of my careless, one of the pushpin alike fastener was found "damaging", which is likely caused by reinstallation of heatsink. Matt [email protected]:49 Dude, you have the same mobo & processor as I do.
Now while running videos on a second screen on my MBP Late 2011 I am getting temps of around 57-70, While still being able to use the main screen for my http://www.walkernews.net/2009/02/01/overheated-intel-core-2-duo-cpu-slows-down-processor-core-speed/ As it began introducing die-shrinks ahead of competitors, AMD was selling off its foundry. I strongly suggest watching the available videos before trying to delid. Tell them you support a bipartisan bill.
Find out who represents you in Minnesota's legislatures. http://planetweb20.com/core-2/dual-core-vs-core-2-duo-which-is-better.html She averages 48-50c though, with occasional giddy forays up toward the mid-50's; I'm not complaining. Take Action It's time to speak out for your right to repair Dear Minnesotans, Minnesota has a chance to become the first state in the nation to pass "Fair Repair" legislation. Although your system may be overheating 100C is unlikely because intel CPUs shut themselves down at 80C If the bios reports temps much above 60C you should reseat/replace the CPU cooler.
If it's scratched or cracked, it will likely break. Another two options are to get Fan Control to ramp up your fans as the computer gets hotter (as suggested by palokiller) or get a cooling pad, as theanar suggested Was PCW also sais that my ram is running at 333mhz even though its 667mhz ram...? Check This Out This old girl normally runs round the 28-30C mark, and very rarely gets over 35C.
Hopefully ARM comes to desktop soon if Intel is going to start getting sneaky. I've been using smcFanControl to control the fan speeds, but it's getting a little rediculous lately. Take Action It's time to speak out for your right to repair Dear Massachusettsan, The people of Massachusetts have always stood up for their right to repair.
Re: Temperature problem with core duo E8400 Javed Lodhi Jul 13, 2009 5:26 PM (in response to K88) Hi K88,First of all, E8400's thermal specifications say that it can operates at Aug 31, 2007 Motherboard for Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 Overclocking Jan 19, 2010 Core 2 duo e6300 overclock Mar 14, 2007 Will this PSU be enough for a Core 2 I've noticed this again & again; Intels almost always seem to run hotter than AMDs. Best to blow, not suck ;-) Walker [email protected]:20 Thank you for the advice.
if so, there is absolutely nothing, what can stop you from reapplying the thermal compound. At one point, they did, but because of the problems associated with paste, the industry switched over to fluxless solder. They seem fine running around 4000 RPM (fairly quiet) compared to the 6000 RPM. this contact form The trouble shooting trees exist because they work.
Even if one likes gaming, many people will decide to go with a game console for $400 instead of building a new computer for $1500.