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    Question High Temps ??

    Hey All ,

    I noticed today, that the bios on my comp (one in sig) has a PC Health Status section. So I checked it out and it says the CPU Temp is 103 oF & the System Temp is 89 oF, this sounds very high, Is this a normal type temp .. Considering all the fans etc in the case ? The CPU Fan speed is 4821 rpm & NB speed is 6192 rpm. Although those rpm's are from the bios, so don't know how accurate they are.

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    103 degrees Fahrenheit = 39.4444444 degrees Celsius
    89 degrees Fahrenheit = 31.6666667 degrees Celsius

    nice temps mate

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    Ha its alright for some,

    Wish I was getting temps like that....

    I’m getting Temps of
    Board Temperature : 28.7°C / 74.7°F
    CPU Temperature : 62.8°C / 123.4°F

    This sounds a tad High for a 1.2Ghz???
    What do the People think?

    I've only started looking at the temp as i think this mite be why my pc keeps crashing recently,
    with a constant beep sound from the speakers.

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    Oh, lol, So they are good temps.

    What temps do all you guys get then, much lower I expect, with ya fancy watercooling kits

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    ur temps sound pretty damn gd.

    i have an xp2500+ barton o/c to 2.2ghz with all my fans n stuff i get an idle temp of 40 c(average) and working temp of about 50 c this is with my coolermaster x dream at 3300 rpm

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    ive got 2600+ and slk 800a. i get temps of around 40 idle, 45 load. depends on how hot my room is. thats can make 5-6C difference to my CPU load temp.
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    Quote Originally Posted by malice19
    Ha its alright for some,

    Wish I was getting temps like that....

    I’m getting Temps of
    Board Temperature : 28.7°C / 74.7°F
    CPU Temperature : 62.8°C / 123.4°F

    This sounds a tad High for a 1.2Ghz???
    What do the People think?

    I've only started looking at the temp as i think this mite be why my pc keeps crashing recently,
    with a constant beep sound from the speakers.
    Yeah that doesn't look too good! Though technically CPU's can last up to 90ºC before the glue starts to melt (in Athlons at least,) but that doesn't account for stability.
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    they seem good, my dual XPs run at early 60s in a normal case, got em in a damn plane hanger full of fans now

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    Quote Originally Posted by kez
    Yeah that doesn't look too good! Though technically CPU's can last up to 90ºC before the glue starts to melt (in Athlons at least,) but that doesn't account for stability.
    LOL! Ave IT!!!
    Got me an AERO 7+ Very nice and flipping big
    Now i've got a working temp of
    CPU temp 45.5
    Enjoy

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