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Old 30-09-08, 05:58 PM
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Same question.
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I keep the room real cold...so all i use is stock and it runs cool....45 under load....55 under extreme.

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Old 30-09-08, 07:31 PM
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He has the stock cooler.

Super PI isn't the best way to test your max temps.. download Orthos Stress Prime95 (simply type in to google and take the first link, hah sound like a navigator? ) and run that for 30 mins to 1 hour to give you your MAX temps you will reach, it runs at 100% of your CPU constantly, and leaves no room for idle or anything.. do that and let us know your temps please.
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Old 30-09-08, 10:17 PM
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Orthos for 3 hours while i was gone maxxed temp out at 48C ^^;
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Old 01-10-08, 05:04 PM
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Orthos for 3 hours while i was gone maxxed temp out at 48C ^^;
What are you using to measure your temps? That is really low (too low), unless you have a very low ambient.
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Old 01-10-08, 07:36 PM
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Missed it, thanks for pointing out.

@OP: That temp seems dreadfully low for full load on a stock cooler. Your either really lucky or the temperatures are being read wrong.
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Old 01-10-08, 07:39 PM
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Most likely false program readings, what programs are you using buddy?
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Old 04-10-08, 01:31 AM
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Im using core temp 0.93.1 i think...or whatever hte most current version is....and yes..im sure its accurate ^^

like i said...this room is REALLY REALLY cold XD.....42ish degrees F
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Old 04-10-08, 03:29 AM
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Im using core temp 0.93.1 i think...or whatever hte most current version is....and yes..im sure its accurate ^^

like i said...this room is REALLY REALLY cold XD.....42ish degrees F
Nah, aint falling for that.

That wouldn't be possible, bearing in mind the amount of voltage going through that processor. Especially with a stock cooler.
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Old 04-10-08, 06:51 AM
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Nah, aint falling for that.
hahhahahahahah
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Old 04-10-08, 10:10 PM
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LOL I got my CPU on (room is damned cold!) and I am at 19C and 21C.. Okay yes I have an Antec Nine Hundred and an ACF7P but still! And it is lapped but that is still very cold, it is 1C above ambient!
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