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Effect of heat on CPU

Discussion in 'General Electronics' started by Kapil Pandav, Jul 21, 2003.

  1. Kapil Pandav

    Kapil Pandav Guest

    Dear Anyone,

    You are requested to give me details of effect of TEMPERATURE
    variations on CPU performance

    for Intel Pentium-4/ AMD AthelonXP processor.

    If I am keeping the CPU under cold controlled atmosphere(<10degC),
    performance will be increased?

    Thank You!

    Kapil Pandav
    (India)
     
  2. Robert Baer

    Robert Baer Guest

    As long as the die itself does not get overheated *and* there is not
    excessive temperature cycling, then the CPU has a high probability of
    lasting many years.
    Temperatures less than 25C tend to make the signals in the part move
    slower.
    This means that a cold (<10C) CPU will more likely to be unreliable if
    overclocked, and warming it up to 25C would tend to increase reliability
    for the same overclocking.
    I would not be surprised if some CPUs would not work at standard clock
    rates, if cooled to -55C (the low end of MIL spec temperature range).
     
  3. Kapil Pandav

    Kapil Pandav Guest

    Thank You!

    Could you please help again?

    What can be the best operating temperature range for a CPU, obviously
    above 25degC, but upto what temp. it can process data at peak speed?

    KAPIL PANDAV
     
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