Whats Avg temp for the mother board or the whole unit?

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  1. Robert McClelland

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

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    I like to know what avg temp should be for my computer I have HP and I do have all three fans too for amd mother boards Three temps I list are highest one 62C/143F mid size one 60C/140F
    lowest one is 59C/138F I don't what avg high should temp for my mother board anyone got clue? 1666@1714 not sure if even over clock mother board when I brought the comptuer at sam's club too hehe I have Samba mother board that came with system. Rest specs are in the sig
     
  2. DallasStar

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    average temperatures are around 50C. Average loads are about 55C. Your temps are too high and you shouldn't be overclocking with them.
     
  3. Robert McClelland

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

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    I didn't over clock the sucker hehe so your staying mother board could be over clock when I brougth the the system then with out knowing it or the new bios updateds the fan temp I seen new bois updated there I download when I try installed didn't work I read all the stuff in read me file no luck
     
  4. DallasStar

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    how else could 1666 be at 1714? :hmm:
     
  5. Robert McClelland

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

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    Yea I guss so hehe anyway I'm happy with it lol :D you have msn messager or icq I just added you my aim list since we have amd systems
     
  6. DallasStar

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    i have aim&msn :)
     
  7. Smoothdrive

    Smoothdrive Foolish Genius

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    I get 60 Celcius on the CPU and 40 Celcius in the case (in the summer) looking forward to warming my feet on the pc in the winter ;)
     
  8. MikeDaMan

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    My Temps....
    Case: 48 celcius
    CPU: 44 celcius
     
  9. DallasStar

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    I get 43-50C depending on weather and load etc for cpu and 28-35C mobo depending on weather/load etc :) (but i have thermalright ax-7 :D)

    (i would get lower temps, but I have an Asus mobo :bleh: )
     
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    Greebo_x Keeper of Obscure Knowledge

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    A small lecture...

    If your temps are both high and the DIFFERENCE between them is more than 7C, you really need to look at your case cooling. You can have the best HS/F in the world on your cpu, but if there is nothing actively pulling hot air away from it the air around it will quickly get very hot and stagnant. Liquid cooling is an exception, of course, since they all pump the heat outside the case before it is dissipated....

    Check out this white paper from the AMD site-- it shows examples of good system cooling design:

    http://www.amd.com/us-en/assets/content_type/white_papers_and_tech_docs/26003.pdf

    My best system (specs below) for airflow typically has the CPU at 41C and the system temp. at 38C, despite having the 8500dv in there.

    {Edit-- I forgot to add: rounded IDE and floppy cable help a lot, and they are getting quite cheap ordered from the web nowadays...}
     
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    reno Painlord of Ichor

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    we

    wow, where do you guys all live? Morocco?

    Case: 28C
    CPU Idle: 34C
    CPU Load: 48C
     
  12. DallasStar

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    I live in Dallas. Its hot in Dallas:bleh: (and you have intel :bleh: )
     
  13. Kelsenellenelvian

    Kelsenellenelvian Master of my own Destiny

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    my temps stay in the 32C range and I'm running stock equipment.
     
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    rushstrike New Member

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    Temps

    My case is 41C, cpu 1400@1790 running at 47C
     
  15. Robert McClelland

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

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    Good news some how my temp lower cooling to 57C :) lol I had near my desk wall so I put middle between the space. So still little high because over clock abit lol
     
  16. Saint_K

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    CPU temp sumer = 62 celcius
    Case temp summer= 43 celsius
    Graphic card = 53 celsius

    Installed AMD 1900+
    1024 DDR 266MHz
    g-force 4 128mb
    4 coolers (1 cpu, 1 graphics card, 1 motherboard, 1 case)
     

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