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Old 08-25-2009, 09:42 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Good to see that EVEREST and CPUID gave me the same temp readings..

on idle core #1 - 41C, core #2 45C

On load these get up low to mid 50s, what temps should we start to get cautious about?
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i7s will shutdown after they hit 100C
I keep mine below 85C.
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I like to keep my load temps in the 70's but I'm pushing mine pretty hard and it's not that easy to do.
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How about idoling, you guys? What I'm reading?
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Yep, around the high 30's to the low 40's.
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Thanks, thanks..

Just need a stable version of NVIDIA's latest drivers b4 I can get anything done aruond here...:laughing:


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