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Old 22nd April, 2002, 01:20 PM
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These temps aren't bad. I run my Tbird constantly at 55c and up. It doesn't cause me any grief. If your at 44c in the bios, which is about as close to idle temps as possible, you'll notice about a 4-5c climb at full load (folding).

50c won't do any harm, but maybe some case cooling would be beneficial. You've got the extra heat source now and you've gotta clear some of that hot air outta the case. A good way to tell if your case temps are too warm are if you leave the case all together, run it at 100%, then while it's been running for awhile, pull a side off. If you get a blast of warm air, invest in more case cooling.
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