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How hot is/are your CPU(s)?
Less than 55C 67%  67%  [ 16 ]
55C-60C 17%  17%  [ 4 ]
60C-65C 4%  4%  [ 1 ]
65C-70C 8%  8%  [ 2 ]
70C-75C 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
More than 75C 4%  4%  [ 1 ]
Total votes : 24
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 Post subject: Poll: How hot is your CPU?
PostPosted: Tue Nov 19, 2002 1:20 am 
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Or for those duallie users out there like myself, how hot are your pair of CPUs? I'm trying to figure out what the safe upper limit is for my Athlon MP 1600s. I keep inching the CPU to higher and higher temps, and they still haven't hung/quit /burned yet. How much further can I go?

Please list your relevant specs so we all know what we're comparing ourselves with. Thanks!

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Not a dualie, but a quick note about max XP temps.

Checking out a poor cooling solution some time ago, I let an XP1700+ go up to 88C socket reading & kept it there for ~5 mins. The core temp, according to my diode reader, was 75C. No damage.


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I'll give a little listing of my temps for comparison:

XP1900 with Zalman 6000Cu, 120mm panaflo and duct: 60C max.
XP2400 with SLK-800 and 80mm panaflo: 44C max

I've got 6 other machines currently cranking away at home. They've all been running at 100% load for over a week, rendering an animation. I'll edit this to post their temps later tonight. They include a PIII 667, a P4 1.8, an XP1800, and a pair of XP2000's. Should be an interesting comparison.

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max temp for athlon mp = 95C according to amd.com. if your computer is stable, dont worry about the temp.

(I personally dont like my xp1600 to get above 60C socket reading).


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