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CPU Temp

by jackfrost64 / November 16, 2005 7:24 AM PST

Could someone tell me at what temperature the CPU temp should be. Thanks in Advance

Richard

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It can vary widely with the CPU
by Ray Harinec / November 16, 2005 7:45 AM PST
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and the system setup. Please tell us more.

Run down around 35 C is fine for any, but some run just fine at 60 C, although everyone, except Intel, will tell you that is too hot.. LOL

The early Athlons 1.2 thru 1.4 ran that hot frequently.

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CPU TEMP
by jackfrost64 / November 16, 2005 10:19 AM PST

It is an Athlon 64 3000. It has been running @ 46 c for sometime now veries from 46c-58c. Thanks in advance

Richard

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Sounds good...
by John.Wilkinson / November 16, 2005 1:51 PM PST
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I have an AMD Athlon64 3300+, which, according to Everest, runs at an average of 53C, and the motherboard at 43C. When I first got it the average temerature was about five degrees higher, but a BIOS upgrade since then probably explains the difference in reports. In any case, your temps sound normal for the processor type, assuming standard fans for cooling. As long as your fans aren't overworking and your computer is acting alright, it's fine.

Hope this helps,
John

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