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    Smile AMD processor having a heating problem

    hi friends !!!!


    when i have purchased a pc my friends suggest me

    go for AMD processor i was not ready becoz I heard that

    they have heating problem.but now a days people are saying

    They solved this problem is it right? pls give me the confirmation
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    I have been using AMD products for years now, and I have not had any problems with heating problems. As long as you make sure that your case has good airflow, and you use an after market heatsink, then you should not have overheating issues with any of todays processors. That is, as long as you don't try to overclock too high. But, at stock settings with mid-high range heatsink, I average around 22C on a 3.0GHz dual core.

    So, in a short answer: Yes, any problems have been fixed.

    If your friends want a hot running processor, tell them to look up the 3 GHz P4 Prescott. You could fry an egg off of the heat those put out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shattered.likeness View Post
    If your friends want a hot running processor, tell them to look up the 3 GHz P4 Prescott. You could fry an egg off of the heat those put out.
    That's the first thing that came to my mind when he said heating problems.


    AMDs are fine with heat, my friend had one we OC'd, 400mhz (puny, but that's what you get with AMD) and a fair amount of voltage later, it was idling at about 22c. VERY cold.

    Hell, back when I ran an Athlon XP, I didn't notice any heating problems. I don' t know what your friend is on about, but you'll be fine.

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