kus at free.net
Mon Jul 23 12:44:16 EDT 2012
According to Alan Scheinine
> While we are on the subject on the Tyan AMD mother board,
> I have a question concerning the S2466 and S2468. The manual
> of AMD for the AMD MP 2000+ and 2200+ says that the chip has
> a thermal diode but the mother board must have circuitry to
> read the diode. Tom's hardware web site has a movie of what
> happens to the AMD if the heatsink is detached, it begins to
> smoke after about one second. The manual of these Tyan boards
> at the Tyan site does not mention thermal shutdown protection.
> Do these Tyan boards have a thermal shutdown that would protect
> the board and the even greater risk of a fire?
There is only few mobos which *really* do shutdown looking
to Athlon chip diode (in particular, one mobo from Fujitsu-Siemens).
And I know only about 1-CPU mobos :-(
Tyan don't say nothing simple because their mobos don't do this :-(
Beginning from July 2002 AMD certifies only mobos having
this feature, but Tyan mobos, as I understand, were developed
before this date.
Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry
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