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    SN85 @ 107c

    Got to laugh really. Just got called over because one of the chaps' Pc was BSODing. (SN85G4V3, A64 3200)
    Re-booted, driver_not_less_than_equal. OK, re-booted to go into safe mode & it BSOD'd & just goes blank.

    Freaky

    So, hit re-set, enter the bios for a poke around...eventually get to PC health status & fudge me if the temp sensor isn't reading 107c. Thermal cutout has not worked at all! Pop the cover & as suspected the fan's dead. I coulda baked bread in there!

    Hope there's no permenant damage. Thermal cutout my arze!!

    107c...
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    That's about the temperature where the glue bonding the core to the packaging starts to melt I believe. Lucky it didn't move!

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    Not sure how lucky you're gonna be with this... 107C is definately in the "good chance of going to CPU heaven" zone.

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    Well it's peanuts for the company, new one's on order, old one's skipped.
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    Well, it's an impressive temperature anyway. At least it wasn't your own PC! I havn't heard of anything suriviving that high, anway. Apparently 64s are quite tough, though?

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    Tried booting it from cold a couple of hours later, got to the bios load screen then died.
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    This is serious question, I have been frightened of my heatsink (Freezer 64) Falling off my CPU (A64 3500+). Should there be a thermal cut out like on P4s? I know Athlon XPs don't have one but do A64s?

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    There should be a thermal cutout setting on the motherboard in the bios. In this instance it was inefective.
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    Usually for AMD cpus the motherboard has a built in cut out. My amd xp2000 is set to cut out at 70 degrees C. Of course you should always check that this feature is enabled as on my mobo the default was off!!???

    So is this cpu dead then? 107 is massive, good job you didnt touch the heatsink!

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    I know this sounds bad, but i didnt have time to check. I'm only IT be-atch, primarily a design engineer with deadlines to meet So in the bin it went.
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    They get damn warm, m8 of mine forgot to turn pump on when he was setting watercooling up on his pc, asked me to take a look and alarm was sounding, touch cpu block and burnt my damn finger.

    Funnily enough his 2500xp lived

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    Ouch! and I thought my SN85G4 at 78c load was hot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stompy
    Not sure how lucky you're gonna be with this... 107C is definately in the "good chance of going to CPU heaven" zone.
    I've had a thunderbird run at 105C before thanks to me leaving the fan unplugged. Still works years later.

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    Got a tbird to 110C, toasted.

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    I'll have to buy some old tbirds, and test to see how hot lol

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    They will burst. It's amazing you can get into BIOS @ 107C, massive =))

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