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    Heat wave temps?

    I was wondering how much a difference today weather is making on cpu and gpu temps, my cpu is 11 °C hotter and my gpu is 7 °C hotter, these are readings taken after I watched terminator 2 on dvd. I expected a few °C increase but 11 °C

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    Re: Heat wave temps?

    CPU is up 5C. GPU about the same. Not gaming though those are idle temps.
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    Re: Heat wave temps?

    the hotter it gets the harder it is to shift the heat.

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    Re: Heat wave temps?

    Quote Originally Posted by shakerist View Post
    I was wondering how much a difference today weather is making on cpu and gpu temps, my cpu is 11 °C hotter and my gpu is 7 °C hotter, these are readings taken after I watched terminator 2 on dvd. I expected a few °C increase but 11 °C
    CPU Load temp is the same, idle is up about 6C (to be expected, given ambient is up massively and it's still below fan ramp up threshold). No change to GPU.

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    Re: Heat wave temps?

    Don't get me started, an old Athlon XP rig of mine will work fine in the winter, when summer hits, it'll BSOD every 5 minutes, even shut down!

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    Re: Heat wave temps?

    8 Degrees hotter outside (24C vs Friday)
    5 degrees hotter on the CPU according by HWMonitor
    12 degrees hotter in my room!

    It's 34 Degrees with my room fan on and Windows open. Folding is getting to be too hot to handle....
    Join the HEXUS Folding @ home team

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    Re: Heat wave temps?

    you must be nuts to fold in a heatwave

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    Re: Heat wave temps?

    I was Bitcoin mining but I simply had to turn it off yesterday, my room faces the Sun and it gets far too hot to bare. I can't imagine what it'd be like if I left it on today. I've not noticed much of an increase with my desktop though but I have opened the window and have got a desk fan on whilst I usually don't have the desk fan on and have the bitcoin rig up.

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    Re: Heat wave temps?

    Not worried about my CPU or GPU temps, have turned my fans up a few 100 RPMs but the main problem is the room temp... *I* felt like I was cooking

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    Re: Heat wave temps?

    I'm getting 5 above ambient at idle and 15 above at full load. GPU running at 60.

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    Re: Heat wave temps?

    When folding I now cross the 90C barrier, so CPU up probably 7C or so, while the hotter of the GPUs rises to 88C, up 8C or so. The perils of an mATX case in summer!

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    Re: Heat wave temps?

    CPU has risen from 48C while encoding to 54C, I am not too happy! Though it seems several people have much higher temps

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    Re: Heat wave temps?

    Heh. Have just pinched the fan from the Head of Sales' office. Feeling better now.
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    Re: Heat wave temps?

    CPU idling much higher (7 degrees or so), but GPU hasn't changed much, even on load.

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    Re: Heat wave temps?

    Sped all the fans up for the evening yesterday seemed to mitigate many of the rises. 3c up on cpu and no change on gfx

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    Re: Heat wave temps?

    Temps dropped to 42 which is 3 above normal, oh and I realised the reason for my massive increase in temp was because all my case fans had been turned off gpu has returned to normal.
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