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Old 08-29-2006, 09:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey, I just built my brothers girlfriends family a computer on sunday nite I was checking the temps is 44 degrees okay for a idle temp. The specs are,

X2 4200+ AM2
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I'm thinking the temps are going to go down as the thermal paste sets.
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Seem kinda high, where are you seeing the idle temps, BIOS, EVEREST?

BTW, I have never looked so where exactly are the temps in the BIOS?
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Yeah mine seems to idle around there too. It should go down after the thermal paste settles in anyways.
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Seem kinda high, where are you seeing the idle temps, BIOS, EVEREST?

BTW, I have never looked so where exactly are the temps in the BIOS?
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Ya the new stock am2 heatsinks aren't as good as the 939 ones.
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my 4400+ with a cheap $20 cooler runs at 32C idle, and 41 under laod. I think your is high.
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Ya I think I'm goin to put some Artic silver 5 on it I have some layin around in my fridge. lol
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Do you normally store AS5 in the fridge? Never used it =P
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no, i dont think you have to store it in the fridge, but yea. you CAN do i suppose.
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my average temp with same cpu is 24
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