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i have a dfi lanparty nf2 ultra and i am wondering if anyone knows how can i change the auto shutdown temp
08-01-03, 11:15 AM
My guess would be in the bios but I have no idea. Could also be Jumper..
08-10-03, 03:16 AM
Hi ciffer, if you can give me about 20 minutes, I will get into my BIOS and see if i can give you that answer.
if I cannot find it, I will forward the question straight to DFI and ask them.
It might be locked on purpose to prevent us from being tards and burning them up though. Some mobos have this feature locked.
08-10-03, 02:48 PM
Hi Ciffer again, sorry I didn't get this done last night.
As far as I can see, and I have messed around a bit, I cannot change the auto shutdown temp for the cpu either.
I will forward this to DFI Taiwan and ask them if there is any way to do it that I (or you) might be missing.
Again, apologize for falling asleep before I got to this!
08-18-03, 05:36 PM
Dunnoo... I couldn't change mine and it was set at 170C!! Not really effective there is it?
08-20-03, 02:59 AM
strange that it would be that high. Mine is set to 110. Did you clear CMOS to see if it reset? (always clear DFI CMOS with the power completely unplugged)
umm whats the word on changing the shutdown temp?
08-25-03, 04:22 PM
there is no way to change the shutdown temp. Its there at 70C to keep your cpu from frying (even though AMD states tehy will hold up to 90C temps, DFI set it at 70C to make sure no one fries the hell out of their cpu lol).
There might be a way to change it down the road, but for now its a locked option =(
08-28-03, 07:09 AM
70c?! You just said yours was set at 110c. And so is mine!
08-29-03, 06:29 PM
ooops, I apologize.
Mine is set to 110C. Sorry =(
=( yeah mine is 110C, seems kinda useless to me...if it goes over 80 its dangerous...
08-31-03, 10:15 AM
Agreed. If i could i'd lower it for sure. To somewhere like 90c. That's where the 2500 is rated to.
08-31-03, 05:36 PM
all AMD cpu's are max rated to 90C.
For a good table of AMD cpu's, please click here:
EDIT: cant get the darn page to list correctly...give me a few minutes.
08-31-03, 05:54 PM
click HERE (http://www.angrygames.com/AMD_CPU/AMD_CPU/AMD_CPU.htm) for a good table of AMD CPU's (had to host it myself since the addy was killing the link in forum)
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