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Old 31st July, 2005, 05:30 PM
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Exclamation Maximum safe temperature for an Intel Pentium 4 1.4 GHz CPU ?

ok...so my CPU got all the way up to 70°C ( BIOS gave sound warning and **** i turned it off and cleaned it of dust so now its fine )

but just what is the maximum temperature that is still safe for my CPU and sorounding components...can 70°C really do any damage ?
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Old 31st July, 2005, 05:39 PM
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For Pentium 4 CPUs, the maximum permissable temperature is between 69.1°C and 75°C, depending on which P4 CPU it is. The P4EE has the lowest maximum temperature of 69.1°C.

For a 1.4GHz chip, it's between 70°C and 72°C. Exceeding this temperature will cause damage to the CPU, but it might not be immediately apparent. Sometimes it takes a while for the damage to become apparent.
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Old 31st July, 2005, 05:44 PM
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P4's have inbuilt thermal throttling anyway so damage wouldn't be my concern from temps like that as it's likely it's throttling itself anyway
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god i hate hot weather...cant wait for winter
its hot outside and F@H is kicking the CPU to 100 % all the time
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I had a P3 that died after a few excursions to 54C. Thankfully, P4's can take much more heat. With a room temperature of 78F/25.5C my P4 LGA775 is at 139F/59.5C. It's possible that it's a little cooler, I'd need a thermal probe to be certain.

I know this is heresy, but perhaps you could think about not running (transmission garbled) when it's quite hot in the summer.
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room and outside temperature are both around 30 C.

not running WHAT ?

anyway... i like to live in danger, i keep pushing my hardware to the max and enjoy the danger
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Welcome to AOA, JC Denton!

Are you using the Intel-supplied heatsink and fan unit? Aiming a house fan at your processor might help, the left hand side case cover needs to be off of course. When your processor is at stake, not running F@H is permissable.
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nah...it looks ok now...i cleaned it of dust and it shows up to 65 C max when 100 % loaded ( F@H ) and around 43 - 50 C when idle.

it ll live...
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Are you using the Intel-supplied heatsink and fan unit? Aiming a house fan at your processor might help, the left hand side case cover needs to be off of course. When your processor is at stake, not running F@H is permissable.
It may also help you detaching the badge from your case
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Send the man an AOA case badge. Send one to me while your at it!
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It may also help you detaching the badge from your case

Good God are you mad, man? Removing an AOA case badge from your case makes your machine run worse. Every time.
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i dont know exactly what a case badge is but i aint removing anything.
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You know the little logo usually a sticker on the front of your case?
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