What temperature is your CPU?

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  1. HardwareHeaven

    HardwareHeaven Administrator Staff Member

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    Id like to see the range of members CPU temps, at full load and idle, the clock speed you are running at and what temperatures you do not like to see, for example 60c+, 50c+

    also please compare your results of various heatsinks and fans. and whether you dont mind a little extra noise for a few C less.

    this makes for Interesting reading

     
  2. shuki

    shuki New Member

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    xp2100 and kx7 with thermalright AX-7 and Thermaltake volcano 7 fan.
    175x13 = 2275
    idle temp - 35
    full load 40

    new nf7 reporting ~6c higher than kx7 on same exact setup so I'm assuming the sensor is off. Anyway running it now:
    200x11.5 = 2300
    idle is 44 (though I'm subtracting 6c from it which is more accurate so I'm figuring its at 38c idle)
    full load - 49c (again -6c and at about 43/44 full load)


    If not OCing at all, I'd let a cpu run 55c idle with a full load of not more than 60c
    Ocing, no way I would let full load temp exceed 50c.
     
  3. dipstick

    dipstick New Member

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    I don't like to see anything near 50C...ever. I run a 2400+ at 2.47GHz @ 1.80v
    With a SLK800/2500rpm/80mm/30cfm fan my temps are,
    Idle: 39C
    Load: 45C
    With a Volcano 7+ at medium fan speeds the temps were,
    Idle: 42C
    Load: 49C

    I would not mind trying a 3500rpm panaflo to see some lower temps though;)
    Thx for the link, that was a good read
     
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  4. Dom

    Dom New Member

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    2200+ @ stock speeds

    36°C - idle
    44°C - full load

    with Thermaltake Volcano 9 @ med fan speed
     
  5. GOG

    GOG Please answer the voices in my head

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    1800+ at stock speed, Zalman CNPS5500-CU at full RPM. Chieftech DA-series with seven fans, making my case sound like a jet :lol:

    Idle = 52 degrees celsius.
    Loaded = 57 deg. celsius.


    My modo reads the actual core-temp with the internal sensor in the cpu, so It's pretty ok, I guess. Now the summer will be here soon and my computer is located on the second floor in our house, I will go up to around 60 deg on full load. My next major upgrade will be some nice watercooled peltier blocks to both the cpu and the vpu (gpu to you nVidia people:hmm:). I'm also going to find a nice clockable 1700+ t-bred, then it's cloxxor-time :lol:

    I wouldn't care too much before it hits 65 deg :cool:
     
  6. shai

    shai Banned

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    hoy shuki get a sk7 at simpletech.co.il for 155 sheks or so
    its as good as the slk 800
     
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  7. The_Neon_Cowboy

    The_Neon_Cowboy Well-Known Member

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    I'll keeps you posted (BUSY UPGRADEING) but currently

    600mhz adm duron 34C (CHEAPFAN)
    1GHZ amd duron 38C (CHEAPFAN)
    2500+ BARTON 47C (RETAILFAN)(ABOUT TO CHANGE GETTING SLK-800A FRIDAY)


    EDIT: got my new Heatsink :sigh: but my fans etc... I am still waiting on :mad:
     
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  8. brc64

    brc64 Zeeky H. Bomb

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    Every processor I've had in this motherboard has always run at the same temp full load

    Celeron 566 - 50 C
    Celeron 566@700 - 50 C
    Celeron 733 - 50 C
    P3 1GHz - 50 C

    I think maybe something's wrong with the temp sensor :p

    - Me
     
  9. DriveEuro

    DriveEuro New Member

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    Yeah, the 1.2 temps are about 7C higher than the older NF7-Ss and the NF7 (non S) .

    Anyways I am running XP2100 at 2200mhz. SLK-800 with ThermalTake Smart Fan 2 ... Full load: 42C ...... Idle? Dunno, I am always folding. Never checked to see. My temps are high cuz I pulled up the temp diode so it actually touches the back of the CPU.
     
  10. Robert McClelland

    Robert McClelland I'm An Uncle for 2nd time Staff Member

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    lol mind cold Processor at 34C or 93F System Fan1 31C or 88F :D system fan1 been running at 3925 RPM :) fully load at 40C or 110F something like that. I used the intel active monitor. I have extra video card cooler for my 8500LE over clock at 279@279mhz getting scores like 9866 when fully defrag at one time. :DThis Gateway system very cold very please with it. I belive Plasic cases like what HP does make system over heats to much thats why I switch to Gateway. They used Metal casen. So far been two months and loving it.:)
     
  11. Vampyromaniac

    Vampyromaniac confutatis maledictis

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    AthlonXP 1800-Palo
    Arctic Silver 3
    Alpha PAL 8045
    Mechatronics 80x25mm fan (4200 rpm, 53 CFM, 39 dB)
    Dell Dimension XPS T600r case :( w/ 1 weak fan :(
    (no temp sensor . . . reading CPU diode)

    idle temp: 44ºC
    full load: 50ºC
    clock: 1527MHz (11.5x132.77 :rolleyes:)

    I would not want to see double-nickels (55 :D)
    As for more noise for lower temps . . . noise is fine now, I'd have to hear just how much more noise for the lower temps :hmm:
     
  12. WyreTheWolf

    WyreTheWolf Wolfish Bastard

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    AMD Athlon XP 1600+ AGOIA Palomino built 42nd week of 2002
    2.05 volts VCore on a voltage modified MSI KT3 Ultra2 - R
    Stock 1400MHz OCed to 1901MHz (181MHz FSB)
    Thermaltake volcano 7+ (bottom of the HSF was milled perfectly flat, then polished)
    Fan speed set to medium
    Using TherMagic Thermal Interface Material.

    AMBIENT: 27*C
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    IDLE: 33*C
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    LOAD: 41*C
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    Hope that is of some help :)
     
  13. shai

    shai Banned

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    very nice OC there wolf what does it overclock to on high fan speed
     
  14. dipstick

    dipstick New Member

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    Wow, those are some insane numbers for a 7+. I'm totally amazed Wolf:)
     
  15. shai

    shai Banned

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    the polishing of the hsf proly gave him 2c less
     
  16. Asuka

    Asuka BANNED

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    I got a Athlon XP 2000+ (Palomino core) which has 50° average temp. The Palominos tend to have such temperatures since they only have a .18 core.
    edit: That's Celsius, not that freaky Fahrenheit :D
     
  17. shai

    shai Banned

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    they do not mine has a max temp of 40c
     
  18. WyreTheWolf

    WyreTheWolf Wolfish Bastard

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    It made 4*C difference, the TherMagic TIM made another 2*-3*C difference... reshaping the top of the fins made another 1*C difference.

    By reshaping the fins to direct air towards the center of the HS made a good difference...

    running the fan on high only made about about 1*C difference... but the noise was too much... and the 1*C difference didnt help overclock any further... so, I would rather not deal with the noise.

    Overall I am very happy with this overclock, BUT... I am thinking about selling this AGOIA processor, and going to a Tbred B, 1700, or 1800... and try for another 400 to 500 MHz overclock...

    The nice thing about going to a TBred as that it will run even cooler... and with the ability of throwing large amounts of voltage to the core... I imagine that with a good core... I could get a 600MHz overclock... maybe more :)

    Also, I am looking into the possability of using a very powerful (around 140 - 180 watt) peltier.
     
  19. shai

    shai Banned

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    i wouldnt if i were you
    take the time to upgrade other comps
     
  20. tigerarmyAFI

    tigerarmyAFI Active Member

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    AthlonXP Palomino @ 1833MHz w/ coolermaster X-dream (speed adjustable 80mm fan @ 3750rpm)

    case - 32deg C
    idle 38-40deg C
    load 45-47deg C (its getting warmer now.....)
     

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