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    37 to 45 degrees c on my CPU - is that ok?

    Says it all really above.

    Got an ASUS A7NX8 Deluxe m/b with an athlon 3200 in it, the m/board comes with some "Probe" heat sensor software which, after last night's 7 hour gaming session (with never a glitch, oh joy) reported a temp of 37 or 45, not sure which.

    The PSU comes with an adjustable knob (Globalwin Super Silent 22dba 420 watt), so I can turn the fans (the case fans as well, I think) up or down. I like it pretty silent, & it is quiet (especially compared to my old setup), but don't want to fry my CPU, that I have not overclocked.

    I've run the PC for about 18 hours straight, without a hitch, but really just want to check I'm not reducing component life by having fans down too low, so what do you reckon for 37 or 45 degrees?

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    It's fine, my 2500 in a A7N8X is 42 load
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    I got up to 35C & 50C if the heating is on.....2500+, Areo lite 7

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    those temps are dandy fine as long as ur cpu doesnt start to creep into the 60c's mark ur fine.

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    Thanks very much folks, my mind is set at rest (some would say it always is )

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    Thats fine, you might wanna look at the temps in some other software though just to ensure those temps are correct.

    Besides if its stable it doesn't really matter what your temps are tbh

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