AMD has talked a lot about the design of LDT and Athlon processor cooling systems at platform meetings, but has not revealed any secrets of Athlon's new core.
AMD plans to reach 1.4GHz with a 1.75V Athlon core, consumes nearly 76W power, and consumes nearly 68W when the 1.3G Athlon runs SPECFP test. So the CPU temperature will be too high, then how to solve the problem of CPU overheating? AMD will build a temperature sensor in the die of the Palomino and Duron processors, just as P4, where Intel's temperature sensor combines with a high-speed thermal control line, and the processor does not use any software or hardware to maintain the factory's specifications under real operating conditions, Palomino's sense of Wenner will be similar to P4.
I hope amd can really solve this problem. Always say that the solution is not useful. If the temperature is really going to work out, it's easy to beat Intel.