Re: AMD XP Athlon 2400+



Alias staggered into the Black Sun and said:
Is 60 C too hot for [an Athlon XP 2400+] processor?

2400? That's pretty old. That's about 10-15 C hotter than it really
should be, though theoretically, it should be able to operate without
errors at that temp. Check the CPU fan, the heatsink, and the power
supply fan. You may find that one or more of those components is
clogged with dust or not turning. Fix those things, and the temp should
go down. (Athlon 64 3500+, running at 2200 MHz, 51 C.)

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