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Old 02-07-2004, 02:26 AM   #11 (permalink)
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How about Velcro cable ties, I use them all the time now, as I change things at least once a month as well.

http://www.cableorganizer.com/wire-wrap/ or something like them.
Have not seen those down here yet. I might bug my Misc. Computer Bits Importer about those some time.
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Old 02-08-2004, 12:03 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Sorry guys, my writing isn't always the best. I never intended to say 91 was acceptable, just pointing out that there were computers that were running, however poorly, at that temperature.

A CPU temp of 58 still doesn't sound too out of line to me.
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Jumping all around in this thread.

A case temp of 58 is not dangerous, but sure as heckfire aint what you want. I try and keep mine <40C at all times.

Go to a hardware store (or even freakin wal-mart) and buy some zip ties. Tidy up that wiring inside your PC a bit. Clean things up and check out temps then. Better airflow can decrese temps up to 10C.

Spending $3 on zipties is beter than $35 on a new HSF. No point in having more airflow with nowhere to flow.

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Have ya tried the old Stripping the case & pointing a fan at it? Just to see what the Temp drop will be. BTW By Stripping the case I mean removing the sides
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Is there anyway to check the temp without going in to BIOS? Any software that can do it? Thanks
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Old 02-09-2004, 02:02 AM   #16 (permalink)
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My CPU temp is 58 degrees C, is this too hot? What is the best temp to run at? Is a new fan in order?

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for the anthlon 2100+ that is fine my friend has the same one with the stock hsf and he has the same temps as you... but i also recomeneede a volcano 11 or 12 to him... when i get my next pc i am going for harcore water cooling
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Is there anyway to check the temp without going in to BIOS? Any software that can do it? Thanks
Here is the program I use (it's free);

MBM5 - http://mbm.livewiredev.com/download.html
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intel and AMD processors have entirely different temperature ranges.
What is the exceptable temp for an INTEL P-IV CPU anyways??
And what temp is it when they blow up?
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What is the exceptable temp for an INTEL P-IV CPU anyways??
And what temp is it when they blow up?
i have a p4 2 ghz oc at 2.2 and the idle temp is 30-36 degres celcius... and i use MbM(the prog bleep mentiond)
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Silesia to me it generally looks like from above a P4 2.0Ghz they are averaging a Thermal Spec of 68°C-72°C. I think XP processor have a max die temp of 85°C so thats about a max temp difference of 15°C.

the thing is though the differences in normal operating ranges are much more than 15C as inatey is saying. the 30-35C isn't even with water cooling, thats a big difference. of coarse without a sensor probe i wouldn't really trust those readings for sure. maybe their are some hardcore intel experts who know the real numbers.
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