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    hi,
    what is the 'normal' cpu temperature??
    because mine is 119degrees celcius...
    hehee ?

  • #2
    Holy POO!
    That's insane.
    A good average temp would be in the low-mid forties.
    119C is CPU homocide.

    I take no responsibility for the above nonsense.


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    • #3
      hmm
      oh well
      i thought my amd 64 bit chip was a little on fire..

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      • #4
        When i can get my room down to 68, my AMD XP 2200 runs as low as 73F

        Crap, what is taht in C. Im American, leave me alone.
        If I'm postin here, I NEED YOUR HELP!!

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        • #5
          haha!
          with these cpu temp. monitors, what does it measure the temp. of.. the CPU chip or the area around it and the chip??

          oh and look at http://www.wbuf.noaa.gov/tempfc.htm for a converter, learn to deal with metric people!!! haha

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          • #6
            I dunno if this is normal, mine's running around the 41 celcius mark (currently at 41.8)

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            • #7
              Well, there are a few Athlons that run above 90 degrees Celsius, but 118 is toastin' high.

              Are AMD 64-bit chips supposed to get so high?
              ~Kang He
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              • #8
                Depends on the chip and the enviorment. Usually Intel's run cooler than AMDs.
                OracleGuy

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                • #9
                  According to AMD, the material in the Athlon is irreparably destroyed by temperatures between 94 and 97 degrees Celsius. Of course the Athlon64 could be better when it comes to this, but then it contains more transistors to heat it.

                  Then there's the question of what temperature dust in the air or layered on top of the processor or cooling system may start a fire at...
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                  • #10
                    No, the heatspreader should not possibly allow the CPU to get that hot. a 246F CPU is not possible. So maybe its running at 119F, not 119C.

                    Anyways, even 119F is preaty damn hot. What heatsink do you ahve on it? What thermal grease? Are you sure it was put on right? Have you moved your computer recently. Sometimes slightly dropping your computer will make the Heatsink lose direct contact.

                    I personaly would never use a OEM heatsink on my CPU. I have a CPS6000 on mine. But then again, its a $800 CPU, dont mess with the warenty.

                    What are you using to ditect the temp?
                    If I'm postin here, I NEED YOUR HELP!!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Ultragames
                      No, the heatspreader should not possibly allow the CPU to get that hot. a 246F CPU is not possible. So maybe its running at 119F, not 119C.
                      I think your right... 119C seemed off to me as well.
                      OracleGuy

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                      • #12
                        http://www.dvhardware.net/modules.ph...wpage&pid=3%20

                        MotherBoard Monitor Version 5.3.6.
                        Always good to know what's going on under the hood

                        I take no responsibility for the above nonsense.


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                        • #13
                          no
                          it is 119 degrees CELCIUS.
                          as australians use metric not this faranheit business :P

                          not sure yet haha

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by oracleguy
                            Depends on the chip and the enviorment. Usually Intel's run cooler than AMDs.
                            Well it's been pretty hot on this side of the globe lately ... But I agree that temp is insanely high!

                            Is your heatsink seated properly? Did you use thermal paste? What heatsink are you using? Have you increased the voltages by any chance?

                            [quick edit:] Just realised Ultragames posted basically that
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                            • #15
                              hmm? i don't know that was my friend writing all that :P but i don't think he nkows himself as he is an 'amateur!'

                              ill keep you posted its only been 44.3Degrees Celcius in Adelaide lately
                              not much.

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