Hi all.I used to follow all the advice when fitting a Heatsink to a CPU. I always used to use the jointing compound/paste/stuff (Call it what you want!).In my system I was running an AMD Athlon 1400 with a Crystal Orb cooler. I was always running about a 56Deg CPU Temp (This was with two case fans)I recently upgraded to an Athlon 1800xp CPU (OK not a great leap I know) as I had run out of heat paste(sorry, my name for it!) I put my Crystal Orb on dry.Now I'm Running at 47Deg as I type this.All I have learnt tells me this shouldn't be!Or should it? Tell me has anyone else found this to be the case or do these Athlon xp's just run cooler!!!!!
they run a lot Cooler. Plus going from your old Athlon to an xp may not appear to be a lot in terms of size the xp says it all in terms of improvement. I would recommend you put some paste under the heat sink
Resolved the thread as no need to be left open !Woodchip I would normally agree with you about putting paste under heat sink, but I forgot to mention that I've overclocked the 1800xp and my system now tells me I have a 1900xpAgain I would not recommend this to anyone - but hey it's working !!!! I just can't understand why !
I have a 1600 xp + processor which I have run for two weeks at 1900 xp + without any problems what so ever. Only got the 1 fan on the cpu plus PSU fan temperature of cpu about 35 Centigrade
Oh great !Now where's me paste board lolYou've just conviced me to try upping mine a bit more !Thanks for that woodchip they obviously do run a lot cooler.
At your own risk, the 1600 is the best xp for overclocking I went to 150/150 FSB
You may wanna do a back up before playing about too much?!But then you probably have........ Silly me!have fun!
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