What temperature is your CPU?

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  1. Mendayen

    Mendayen New Member

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    Duron 1GHz @ 1215MHz
    Overvolted from 1.75V to 1.85V
    Idle 41°C
    Load 48°C
    By load, I mean running the distributed folding project's program. Prime95 and BurnK7 can take it significantly higher.
    I'm using a Thermaltake Volcano 6Cu with an adapter for an 80mm fan. The 80mm fan pushes out about the same CFM as the original fan. I think I could get temps lower if I could apply the thermal paste properly. Unfortunetly, the orieintation of the socket on the MSI 745 Ultra and a section of my case that crosses nearly directly over the clip of the heatsink makes it difficult to remove/attach the heatsink. Also, my heatsink has managed to scrape off portions of the Duron core. Only 3 of the 4 edges if I remember correctly. I'm surprised it will works...
     
  2. Rayder

    Rayder Mostly lurking lately....

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    Oh....let me take a look....I've just been running a P2P program all day.....maybe a game or two...

    52c is what it's saying right now....

    Ambient temperature of the room it's in, 22c

    Case temp....39c

    It's a Palomino CPU, whadya expect?

    And that's with a Volcano 7+ heatsink on the bastidge running at full whine (ALL system fans have been recently cleaned...I need to open up the PSU and clean it out one day...). Like I said, it's been on all day. Maybe I'll try knocking back the CPU voltage another notch or two...

    Ah well....it NEVER crashes, so that's something....ain't it?

    I'll be going to a T-bred 2400 in a month or two anyway....
     
  3. Robert McClelland

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

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    My updateds are 25-28C when idle and 30-31C when running 3d games :) nice and cold heheh
     
  4. EvilTypeGuy

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    I have an Athlon XP 2100+, I use a Thermaltake Volcano 6 heatsink. My CPU temperature stays consistently no matter the load around 120 Degrees Fahrenheit
     
  5. Alexander

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    P4 1.6 Northwood, Stock HSF

    Idle/Load case temps: 22/22
    Idle/Load CPU temps: 28/37 - 40
     
  6. krazy1

    krazy1 Live from the Dungeon

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    AMD XP 2500
    ThermalTake Volcano 9
    FSB @ 185
    Multiplier 11.5

    Idle: 35C
    Full Load: 37C

    Room Temp: 19C
    Internal Case Temp:21C
     
  7. tBB

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    30C Idle
    35C Full load
     
  8. Sufu

    Sufu New Member

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    P4 2.8@ 3124mhz
    45idle
    58load

    using a Swiftech MCX4000 heatsink with a 5400rpm TMD Fan.

    Case temp is at 24.4C

    its quite stable under full load too for such a hot CPU.
     
  9. ClamKnuckle

    ClamKnuckle New Member

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    Barton 2500+ (stock speeds)

    Temperature Sensor(s)
    Board Temperature : 30.0°C / 86.0°F
    CPU Temperature : 36.0°C / 96.8°F
    Power / Aux Temperature : 38.5°C / 101.3°F

    stock HS/fan, 4 antec fans, and an HDD cooler in a lower 5.25 bay (with no HDD blocking it, just free airflow) i just got done playing battlefield 1942

    i have a big steel case, so its not loud at all, its pretty damn heavy though.
     
  10. MIG-31

    MIG-31 Old time Member.. Staff Member

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    mine runs at 45*idle don't know load temp
     
  11. Blah Blah Blah

    Blah Blah Blah New Member

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    I have P4 2.66 clocked at 3Ghz on the standard intel heatsink and thermal pad.
    normal is 33-36ºC
    under load is up to 42ºC
     
  12. Digital-Overload

    Digital-Overload New Member

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    With External Cooling (A/C with A Duct and a Ultra Silent Deskfan Blowing Into the Side of Case onto Chip...

    28 Idle
    34 Under Load

    Standard AMD HeatSink/Fam Combo
    34 Idle
    39 Under Load
     
  13. crashuk

    crashuk New Member

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    No Load 48c
    Full Load 56c Max
    In side the case it's 32c
     
  14. Cereal Killer

    Cereal Killer [DH] Catalyst Beta Tester

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    Check sig for system specs...

    Idle: 35C
    Load: 39C
    Case Temps: 25C
     
  15. HsuGotaQ

    HsuGotaQ Hydrogenated Dumbass

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    AMD XP 2000+

    IDLE : 30 C
    ON LOAD : 39 C

    FANS : 4 Antec 80mm Case Fans + 1 Thermaltake Volcano 9 (using at a constant speed of ~ 3000 RPM)
     
  16. con7ra

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    XP1700 @ XP 2900
    Fan - Igloo 2500 PRO
    Idle = 57-59 C
    Working = 60-64 C
     
  17. tek

    tek New Member

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    Contra, that is QUITE HIGH!!!!! I suggest you look for some better heatsinks/fans or something man, thats horrible!!!

    But back to the subject:
    XP1700+ @ 166x11 1.5V (1.84GHz - XP2200+)
    Thermalright SLK-800(A) w/ AS3
    Thermaltake SmartFan II
    Closed clear-side window case

    CPU:
    36C At boot, 40C-42C when just browsing sites, 44C-46C full load Sensor2 in MbM
    Motherboard:
    21C constant usually.... Sensor1 in MbM
    Case:
    29C I guess.. thats what it says @ Sensor3 in MbM
     
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  19. con7ra

    con7ra New Member

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    Nah! Working perfectly :D But what can you recommend?
    Btw I have:
    AOpen H600B Case with 3 fans builtin; 350W
    Abit NF7-S.
    Tried everything but dont know what to do...
     
  20. Kgentatszu]

    Kgentatszu] New Member

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    have you tried opening both sides of the case??
     

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