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Unread 29-01-2007, 02:33 PM   #1
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Normal Temperature of CPU

Whats the Normal Temp. of CPU???
I am getting approx. 34 C here....
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Re: Normal Temp. of CPU....

Hmm quite cool I having one fan dead and my normal temp. is 40-45
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Re: Normal Temp. of CPU....

I have 4 Fanz re..
2 LED Fans..
one upper Fan
N one processor Fan re....
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Re: Normal Temp. of CPU....

It varies from processor to processor...

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Prescott should be under 60C
a Smithfield should be under 75C
for other 90nm cored (AMD's) load should be under 50C-55C.

Although they may be able to take higher temps its recommended to keep 'em under control..
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Re: Normal Temp. of CPU....

Depends on the CPU ,, currently my CPU idles at <35c , and under load ~40c ...
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Re: Normal Temp. of CPU....

yeah, winter season, not very high temp either. Max load temp with OC (in summer) is 47C, these days the idle is around 32C
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Re: Normal Temp. of CPU....

To the host of this post,
May i ask which processor you are using...

Bcoz if you are using Dual core 2.8 with only normal three 80 mm Fans [ Dont consider your Processor heat sink fan ]...then its sheer miracle, highly unacceptable...unless you use other cooling techniques
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Re: Normal Temperature of CPU

I have Dual Core [DUMP ]
In Cabinet i have 2 LED fans one upper Fan...
SMPS have 1 FAN..
One processor fan..
so Total 5 fans...
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Re: Normal Temperature of CPU

Ok...so let me speak the way you do....


I have one processor fan ..i mean Heat sink fan
one SMPS fan ...
one fan on graphic card...
one ceiling fan....
one exhaust fan....
one table fan...
and....plenty of fans on IM

So...count the total [)

Please grow up dude....

SMPS fan and the processor fan [ opps processor's heat sink fan ] shldnt be considered
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Re: Normal Temperature of CPU

OK....
So my cabby have total 3 Fanz...
which r enough to cool the PC>.
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