Celeron 400 Overheating
I have a Celeron 400 on a Soyo 6VBA 133. I have it running at 2.2v and 540 currently, perfectly stable, at 45 degrees Celcius. I can get it to boot into both 95 and 2000 at 600mhz, its very unstable in 95 and it gets very hot in both, like easily about 65 celcius. It just has a cheapo $4 fan on it right now, (i know, i know, but the 540 temp was so low, well, low enough), Anyways!, Would the Globalwin FDP32 be a good cooler for this?, Im also not sure if it requires 2.2v, but on Soyo the MB only boots at 66, 100, or 133, to change it i had to change it on slocket, so as to note waste time I just skipped to 2.2v, I might put it back at 2.1 and see. Anyway, Globalwin FDP32, how is it?, I know itll probably eliminate a RAM slot.
Dash, the Globalwin FDP32 is the fans and heat-sink combo you would want, considering that it doesn't cost as much as the Alpha and the Alpha would only decrease the temp by 1 or 2 celcius compared the the Globalwin. Good luck in cooling your cpu.
I own same Mobo and there is a seting in bios soyo combo to change your core voltage by up to 10% wich is 2.2V. Also you should be able to set your FSB to 66, 75, 78, 81,83,90 etc... the same way as your voltage without touching your slocket.
I hope i understood what you asked for?
[This message has been edited by Newatthis (edited 02-22-2000).]
Newatthis, the motherboard if your booting up at 66 (it ONLY boots up at 66,100,133) , you can select from 66-83mhz bus ranges, booting 100 gets you 90-124, and 133 gets you everything above. So to go higher than 83 I had to boot up at 100, and apparently it boots up at default voltage also, thats why I had to change it on my slocket.
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