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Old 5th October, 2003, 11:55 PM
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Exclamation CPU Temperatures on 8rda3+

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I'm having some problems with my cpu temps. I have a 2600+ on a 8rda3+ mobo w/ mwave 512MB PC3200 memory. The CPU fan is a generic hsf combo from Speeze. The problem is that Usdm reads my cpu temp as 52C and my system temp as 32C! I'm afraid that these temps are a little too high. Can anybody help me out here?

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Hello everyone

I'm having some problems with my cpu temps. I have a 2600+ on a 8rda3+ mobo w/ mwave 512MB PC3200 memory. The CPU fan is a generic hsf combo from Speeze. The problem is that Usdm reads my cpu temp as 52C and my system temp as 32C! I'm afraid that these temps are a little too high. Can anybody help me out here?

I also included some data from CPU-Z

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Hello everyone

I'm having some problems with my cpu temps. I have a 2600+ on a 8rda3+ mobo w/ mwave 512MB PC3200 memory. The CPU fan is a generic hsf combo from Speeze. The problem is that Usdm reads my cpu temp as 52C and my system temp as 32C! I'm afraid that these temps are a little too high. Can anybody help me out here?

I also included some data from CPU-Z

E.


I forgot this report nad the temps are in idle!
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Old 6th October, 2003, 05:28 AM
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I forgot this report nad the temps are in idle!
Whats the room temperature?
Considering you have overclocked your chip with stock/crap cooling, it probably isnt that bad even at idle if your in summer conditions.

What case fans do you have? Maybe you need to get that hot air out of your case with some exhaust fans.
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well have an intake fan and an exhaust fan and it is also pretty cold in philly right now so I don't think it's the air flow.
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Old 8th October, 2003, 09:32 AM
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Upgrade ur HSF to a better one

Idle temps of my 2500+ is 52C full load (folding) is at 55C. But then again its hot here in Philippines.

HSF upgrade is really worth it.
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My chip runs at 56.5c idle and 61c full load on standard cooling. will this damage my chip? I have 2500 running at 2.31 ghz and 1,8v can i go higher?
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Old 17th October, 2003, 04:04 PM
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I had some real problems with cooloing when i first got my 2500+ it got past 75 degrees at 1 point, and was no less than 60 when idle,

Bought a cheap case with 3 fans (and keep the window open ) now it rarely goes above 59deg and is a nice 42deg when idle

but theres no chance of overclocking with my hot head of a chip
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