AMD Phenom II X4 temperature issues (was Re: hardware monitor)
genie at geniechka.ru
Mon Aug 5 07:05:19 UTC 2013
Also make sure there is no packed dirt on the heatsink -- I don't know about
AMDs, but older Intel heatsinks often tend to accumulate a paper-like layer
of dirt on the 'top' of heatsink grid, blocking the airflow. I once had
several thermal shutdowns on my home PC before I found that. This does not
seem to happen with newer heatsinks so they must have changed the design
From: Peter Giessel
Sent: Monday, August 05, 2013 8:23 AM
To: Gary Aitken
Cc: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
Subject: Re: AMD Phenom II X4 temperature issues (was Re: hardware monitor)
You can also try shutting down (obviously), then removing the heat sink, put
some thermal paste on the processor and reinstall the heat sink. Sometimes
there isn't much (any) thermal paste there and the processor can't get the
heat into the heat sink.
On 2013, Aug 4, at 15:22, Gary Aitken <vagabond at blackfoot.net> wrote:
> Ok, so now I see that my cpu temperature shoots up pretty dang fast when a
> build is going on.
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