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Old 02-16-2006, 10:15 AM   #31 (permalink)
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I have a Sempron 2800+ it runs like in the F 80-high F 90.

I that to high for the CPU???
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Old 02-16-2006, 01:12 PM   #32 (permalink)
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Read the opening post of this thread.... then slap yourself.... then quit talking

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Athlon 64, 64FX, Sempron
Most models 70°C; 65°C
for some Socket 939 Athlon 64 models
You say that yours "runs like in the F 80-high F 90." This converts to 27 to 32 degrees celcius which is really very low and not even remotely close to the limits which we had posted earlier in this topic. Read the other posts before you start babbling about your own situation that was already answered if you would have read.
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Old 02-17-2006, 06:20 AM   #33 (permalink)
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just pointing out that BH-5 can take up to around 3.5v. a good way to keep temps down is (logically from what pzero has already said) is to try and lower the operating voltage of your cpu a.k.a burning in.
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if you have a 6*** series you could be running upwards to 80C which is OK.

so, my 6800gs, running at 79-82 is okay...?! it just seems a lot!

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cpu amd 2600 very hot
brought down to 2000
still 60 idle and 63-65+ at load
gfx 6600 gt 60 idle and 70-80 load

even after keeping case open also accumulating dust
have stock heatsinks
cant use big ones as MB has no HS mounting holes

can't play games for long as alarm goes off

what to do

all temp in Cent
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get some arctic silver 5 for the CPU
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Nice Job.
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Reseat the heatsink most likely there isnt strong contact between the two
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Hmm With the new 7900GT and GTX, and the X1900XT/X, I have seen that these GPU's run on the high side with the stock heatsink. Around 50-60C idle, and 70-80C load. Which is plenty alright, seeing it's stable to 125C . Then again that's what you get for super overclocked cards :classic:

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Wow, very nice read, makes me feel assured since my 3800+ X2 is at 45 on full load and 34 on idle, the GPU is around 42 idle and around 50 full load, not bad at all.
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