Question about AMD Mobile Athlon XP-M 2800+, 2.13 GHz (AXMJ2800FHQ4C) Processor
My notebook warms up/heats up when used (w/ or w/o AC). My computer techie says this is normal for Athlon, as compared to Intel. The unit doesn't overheat tho, nor is there smoke or the smell of something overheating. Computer programs run excellently despite the warmth at the base. Is this normal?
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Athlon produces a lot of heat really. It is not good though because it may cause early deterioration of the syatems hardwares, CPU mainboard etc. You still have to find a way to coolt it down a little. There is a built in protection for your syertem board that when it reaches a certain temperature it will shutdown your system automatically thus to prevent damage. That would mean you have overheated already, repeated often will still cause damage so better find a way to cool it down.
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