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Old 09-24-2006, 05:15 PM   #1
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All specifications are taken directly off of AMD and Intel direct website respectively for accuracy.

Thermal Specification: The thermal specification shown is the maximum case temperature at the maximum Thermal Design Power (TDP) value for that processor. It is measured at the geometric center on the topside of the processor integrated heat spreader. For processors without integrated heat spreaders such as mobile processors, the thermal specification is referred to as the junction temperature (Tj). The maximum junction temperature is defined by an activation of the processor Intel Thermal Monitor. The Intel Thermal Monitor’s automatic mode is used to indicate that the maximum TJ has been reached.


AMD Althon 64, FX, Sempron (single core):

AMD Athlon 64 (70C)
AMD Athlon 64 (Socket 939, 1.4 volts) (65C)
AMD Athlon 64 FX (70C)

AMD Sempron (T-bred/Barton core) (90C)
AMD Sempron (Paris core) (70C)
AMD Mobile Sempron (95C)

Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core using Socket 939:

Model------------------Clock speed---------L2 cache K-------Process---------Temp C
Athlon 64 X2 4800+-----2400----------------2х 1024----------90 nm----------65C
Athlon 64 X2 4600+-----2400----------------2х 512-----------90 nm----------65C
Athlon 64 X2 4400+-----2200----------------2х 1024----------90 nm----------65C
Athlon 64 X2 4200+-----2200----------------2х 512-----------90 nm----------65C
Athlon 64 X2 3800+-----2000----------------2х 512-----------90 nm----------65C

AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core using Socket AM2: (notice the rebranding of the CPU name)

90nm SOI: 55-72C (65W)

AMD Athlon X2 Dual-Core using Socket AM2:

65nm SOI: 55-78C (45W)

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Intel Pentium 4, Pentium M (notebooks):

Intel Pentium 4 in general: (64-78C) ---way too many to list.

There are no specific stats for Pentium 4 CPU’s as P4’s have an ability to slow themselves down when they are getting too hot and thus, in theory they should never be able to burn themselves out. To get specifics, consult Intel’s specifications for your particular model.

Intel Pentium M (notebooks) (100C)

Intel Pentium D (dual core):

Pentium D 820 (2.8Ghz) (63C)
Pentium D 830 & 840 (3.0 - 3.2Ghz) (69.8C)

Intel Pentium Dual-Core Desktop Processor

SLA8Y 2.00 GHz E2180----------73.2C 800 MHz bus--65 nm--LGA775
SLA8Z 1.80 GHz E2160--------- 73.2C " "
SLA3H 1.80 GHz E2160--------- 61.4C " "
SLA3J 1.60 GHz E2140----------61.4C " "
SLA93 1.60 GHz E2140----------73.2C " "

Intel Pentium Dual-Core Mobile Processor

SLA4J 1.73 GHz----------------100C 533 MHz bus--65 nm--1 MB cache
SL9VY 1.73 GHz----------------100C " '
SL9VX 1.60 GHz----------------100C " "
SLA4K 1.60 GHz----------------100C " "
SLAEC 1.46 GHz----------------100C " "

Intel Core 2 Duo:

SLA9U 3 GHz E6850 G0 (72C)
SL9ZF 2.66 GHz E6700 B2 (60.1C)
SLA9V 2.66 GHz E6750 G0 (72C)
SL9S7 2.66 GHz E6700 B2 (60.1C)
SLA94 2.40 GHz E4600 M0 (73.3C)
SL9ZL 2.40 GHz E6600 B2 (60.1C)
SL9S8 2.40 GHz E6600 B2 (60.1C)
SLA9X 2.33 GHz E6550 G0 (72C)
SLAA5 2.33 GHz E6540 G0 (72C)
SLA95 2.20 GHz E4500 M0 (73.3C)
SL9T9 2.13 GHz E6400 L2 (61.4C)
SL9S9 2.13 GHz E6400 B2 (61.4C)
SLA4T 2.13 GHz E6420 B2 (60.1C)
SLA3F 2 GHz E4400 L2 (61.4C)
SLA98 2 GHz E4400 M0 (73.3C)
SL9SA 1.86 GHz E6300 B2 (61.4C)
SLA4U 1.86 GHz E6320 B2 (60.1C)
SL9TA 1.86 GHz E6300 L2 (61.4C)
SL9TB 1.80 GHz E4300 L2 (61.4C)

Intel Core 2 Quad:

SLACQ 2.66 GHz Q6700 G0 (71C)
SL9UM 2.40 GHz Q6600 B3 (62.2C)
SLACR 2.40 GHz Q6600 G0 (71C)

Intel Core 2 Extreme:

SLAFN 3.00 GHz QX6850 G0 (64.5C)
SL9UK 2.93 GHz QX6800 B3 (54.8C)
SL9S5 2.93 GHz X6800 B2 (60.4C)
SLACP 2.93 GHz QX6800 G0 (64.5C)
SLA33 2.80 GHz X7900 E1 (100C)
SLAF4 2.80 GHz X7900 G0 (100C)
SL9UL 2.66 GHz QX6700 B3 (65C)
SLA6Z 2.60 GHz X7800 E1 (100C)
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I had my PIII 600mhz Runing 91c with a small chipset cooler. Runing windows 98 and it was working fine. And DJ-Chris had hes AMD around 100c? and it shut off but it still ran
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Lol, 91 degrees on a P3? Whew, lucky it still ran as well as it did.
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Originally Posted by TRDCorolla
This would make a good sticky.....


AMD Althon, Althon XP Series:

AMD Athlon (socket) upto 1Ghz (90C)
AMD Athlon (slot) all speeds (70C)
AMD Athlon Thunderbird 1.1Ghz+ (95C)
AMD Athlon MP 1.33Ghz+ (95C)
AMD Athlon XP 1.33Ghz+ (90C)
AMD Athlon XP T-Bred upto 2100+ (90C)
AMD Athlon XP T-Bred over 2100+ (85C)
AMD Athlon XP Barton (85C)
AMD Duron up to 1Ghz (90C)
AMD Duron 1Ghz+ (90C)
AMD Duron Applebred (85C)

AMD 64 + Series:

AMD Opteron (65-71C)
AMD Athlon 64 (70C)
AMD Athlon 64 (Socket 939, 1.4 volts) (65C)
AMD Athlon 64 FX (70C)
AMD Athlon 64 X2 (71C)
AMD Sempron (T-bred/Barton core) (90C)
AMD Sempron (Paris core) (70C)
AMD Mobile Sempron (95C)

AMD 64 + CPU's run Cool N' Quite, thus making AMD 64 possable of not overheating and burning


AMD K6 Series:

AMD K6/K6-2/K6-III (All except below) (70C)
AMD K6-2/K6-III (model number ending in X) (65C)
AMD K6-2+/K6-III+ (85C)

Intel Pentium III Series:

Pentium III Slot 1 500-866Mhz (80C)
Pentium III Slot and socket 933Mhz (75C)
Pentium III Slot 1 1Ghz (60-70C)
Pentium III Slot 1 1.13Ghz (62C)

Intel Celeron Series:

Intel Celeron 266-433Mhz (85C)
Intel Celeron 466-533Mhz (70C)
Intel Celeron 566-600Mhz (Coppermine) (90C)
Intel Celeron 633-667Mhz (82C)
Intel Celeron 700 - 850Mhz (80C)
Intel Celeron 900Mhz - 1.6Ghz (69-70C)
Intel Celeron 1.7Ghz and Higher (67-77C)

Intel Pentium II:

Intel Pentium II (First Generation "Klamath") (72-75C)
Intel Pentium II (Second Generation, 266-333Mhz) (65C)
Intel Pentium II (350 - 400Mhz) (75C)
Intel Pentium II (450Mhz) (70C)

Intel Pentium 4, Pentium M (notebooks):

Intel Pentium 4 (64-78C)

There are no specific stats for Pentium 4 CPUs as P4s have an ability to slow themselves down when they are getting too hot and thus, in theory they should never be able to burn themselves out. To get specifics, consult Intels specifications for your particular model.

Intel Pentium M (notebooks) (100C)

Intel Pentium D (dual core):

Intel Pentium D 820 (2.8Ghz) (63C)
Intel Pentium D 830 & 840 (3.0 - 3.2Ghz) (69.8C)

Intel Core 2 Duo:

E6700 (60.1C)
E6600 (60.1C)
E6400 (61.4C)
E6300 (61.4C)

Intel Core 2 Exteme:

X6800 (60.4C)

Intel Pentium Pro:

Intel Pentium Pro. 256 or 512K L2 Cache (85C)
Intel Pentium Pro. 1MB L2 Cache (80C)
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Doesn't the COol n Quiet feature have the same tolerance as the regular Athlons? AMD came up with that extra doohicky to help reduce heat of the CPU.
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Doesn't the COol n Quiet feature have the same tolerance as the regular Athlons? AMD came up with that extra doohicky to help reduce heat of the CPU.
I dont rember about the athlons but Im sure they do.. its the same thing but a diffrent title
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What about the laptop version, Core Duo? Il just go along with the estimates of Pentium D, and Core Duo 2..
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What about the laptop version, Core Duo? Il just go along with the estimates of Pentium D, and Core Duo 2..
Does the same thing most likey. lol
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A lot of these you can just pull off of Intel's and AMD's website. Some temperatures are just bogus. 60*C for a Core 2 Duo? Way toooo low. It might be high for aftermarket air cooling, but for stock, it shouldnt be that low. 100*C for a Pentium M? Too high. Way too high. You will be melting things on the cpu.
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But it's for those people who don't want to go to those sites and actually search for it, they can take a quick peak in here. I checked several websites and confirmed the Pentium M are @ 100 degrees C, but they may be wrong. I personally don't know what the temps are. But I can change it if you can give me the correct temps for the Core 2 Duo and for the Pentium M, or any other of the CPUs mentioned above. Some temps may be off, but we have to collaborate together to make this guide work.
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