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Old 20-09-06, 02:03 AM
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maximum temp

hi.

wonder what the maximum acceptble temperature for an amd64 3200+ 2.43ghz vcore 1.5.

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Old 20-09-06, 02:48 AM
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always tried to stay under 45*c 40 to be safe
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Old 20-09-06, 03:30 AM
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Ive seen my opty go as high as 60, but then again i was on 1.6 vcore, and I just found out that ITE has been reading my temps wrong anyway.

I'd say 55 is the limit.
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Old 20-09-06, 04:05 AM
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I had a 3500+ die on me at 50* before running 1.6v through it.
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Old 20-09-06, 11:14 AM
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I run a 3500+ 2.53 at 1.44v and under load its at about 48/49 but before i had my cnps 9500 it went up to 55 under load.
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Old 20-09-06, 11:58 AM
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Below 60*C on air is fine
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Old 20-09-06, 09:08 PM
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hhmm sounds like its possible to remove the cpu fan then.

the cpu is at 41c at the moment and with the fan turned off it raises to 52c.
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Old 20-09-06, 09:22 PM
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Under 55*C is fine.
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Old 20-09-06, 09:36 PM
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Under 55c is a good temp to go by as nick said

i try to keep mine under though.

for a long and healthy cpu life i wouldnt advise u to take the fan off.

These processors generate too much heat to be passivly cooled with good effect imo,unless u have some unreal airflow goin on in ur case

so if you want your proc to live a long good life then i suggest u have the fan on low-half power all the time.

just my 2p

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Old 20-09-06, 09:46 PM
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Raging-savage, i DO have "some unreal airflow"

a week ago i turned of the cpu fan for 15minuts and the temp never went above 52c with maximum load.

the thing is i have a rather large cpu heatsink, a thermalright ultra90.

you can check it out in the review section.

i also have the backfan blowing air INTO the case instead of drawing air out of the case so even if i remove the cpu fan there will still be air moving around the heatsink.
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