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Like Intel chips, do Ryzen mobile chips also have throttle and shutdown failsafes to prevent damage from overheating?

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13 minutes ago, Chandrodoy said:

Like Intel chips, do Ryzen mobile chips also have throttle and shutdown failsafes to prevent damage from overheating?

All recent chips do, including mobile chips like the ones in your phone.

By recent I mean in the last 25 years


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10 hours ago, Chandrodoy said:

, do Ryzen mobile chips also have throttle and shutdown failsafes to prevent damage from overheating?

Yep..


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5 hours ago, Smit Devrukhkar said:

All recent chips do, including mobile chips like the ones in your phone.

By recent I mean in the last 25 years

Actually it's more like the last 10-15 years for AMD, Intel has had it for about 20 years.
Socket A for example will definitely fry and die, it has no internal means of throttling and even socket 939 chips don't have it - I lost a 939 chip recently due to it getting too hot and going out like fried chicken.
The early Intels (Around 2000) had problems with them frying too once, that led to them developing a means to make the chip throttle and it's been there eversince and it's now a standard with all chip designs I'm aware of. 

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3 hours ago, Beerzerker said:

Actually it's more like the last 10-15 years for AMD, Intel has had it for about 20 years.
Socket A for example will definitely fry and die, it has no internal means of throttling and even socket 939 chips don't have it - I lost a 939 chip recently due to it getting too hot and going out like fried chicken.
The early Intels (Around 2000) had problems with them frying too once, that led to them developing a means to make the chip throttle and it's been there eversince and it's now a standard with all chip designs I'm aware of. 

Well. I stand corrected.


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