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Old 2nd July, 2002, 05:13 AM
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XP1700+ Max Temp

The board is a Asus A7V333 with out the RAID option. It has a XP1700+ on it, with a stock cooler with ASIII instead of the thermal pad. The AsusProbe (Temp software for Asus boards) says it's about 59C (All at 100%) with a 20" fan on the side with the case sides off. It reports 70C+ with the case sides on.

Is this safe? Will it overheat? Or is the MB just over-reporting?
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The A7v333 uses a system called COPS (CPU Overheat Protection System) using the insocket diode to check temmperatures.

59*c is an ok temp for the onboard diode, although 70*c is a bit warm so id put a few more fans in your case.

For comparrison my watercooled system runs at 52*c (1800mhz at 2.2v)
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Holst, 52 C on water is a little toasty isnt it?! even for 1800mhz!
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Holst, 52 C on water is a little toasty isnt it?! even for 1800mhz!
Nahh, its fine.

Its just all that wattage at 2,2v

I worked out the CW for the system (delta T ambient air to CPU) and it was only .21 thats a good number considering my homemade rad that isnt very good.

Once i get myself a better CPU ill keep the 50*c and just up the mhz to 2000+
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hmmmmmmmm Still............. im worried now my idea for a huge reservoir (just for the time being) isnt gonna agree with me!!!!!
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hmmmmmmmm Still............. im worried now my idea for a huge reservoir (just for the time being) isnt gonna agree with me!!!!!
Reseviore size shouldt matter too much.

If just means that with a big res your water dosent get saturated with heat so fast. But as we fold it makes little diference. You probably loose some heat from the area of the box sides but i doubt its significant. I am thinking about building a fully self contained system, or at least somehting a bit more portable.

I just went for a giant res because I had the big box allready and it looks impressive. (plus i can carry my lan stuff to and from the lan in the box)
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Well, it's running at 59C with that 20" fan on the side. I'm back in Portland now, and going to send my friend in Vegas a Volcano 7 and a 80mm for the back of his case. I think that will help. How high can CPU's go before getting hurt or crashing? He wants it stable...
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