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Old 24-02-07, 10:32 PM
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what would you say the max temp at load of an opteron175 is mine is running at core0-43c and core1-53c @1.5 volts is this too high

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Old 24-02-07, 10:34 PM
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what would you say the max temp at load of an opteron175 is mine is running at core0-43c and core1-53c @1.5 volts is this too high
Nope you're fine at that temp mate. IIRC the rule of thumb on the A64's / Opty's was not to exceed 60*c.
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Old 25-02-07, 12:01 AM
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Nope you're fine at that temp mate. IIRC the rule of thumb on the A64's / Opty's was not to exceed 60*c.
Mr. Frag is right.. Although if you want the chip to live longer.. I would suggest keeping it cooler!
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Old 25-02-07, 12:04 AM
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Mr. Frag is right.. Although if you want the chip to live longer.. I would suggest keeping it cooler!
At those temperatures and no outside interference you can expect that cpu to outlive most housepets......

As Frag said, 60*C is a good guideline for most chips as a maximum sustained temperature, the chip will withstand higher but then your looking at possible longterm damage
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Old 25-02-07, 09:33 AM
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i was expecting them to be lower with a tuniq tower
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Old 25-02-07, 09:40 AM
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how come i get a 2 c difference in temps core #0 41 core # 1 43
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Old 25-02-07, 10:23 AM
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Old 25-02-07, 10:28 AM
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sry pv :eyes:

well on the topic , i had an amd at that voltage and stock cooler and i even reached 70 sometimes but those temps are fine
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Old 25-02-07, 11:17 AM
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60 degrees sounds about right, even way back I can remember cpus giving really unstable results around 65.

Work ok for a long while, but then out of the blue u`d get a restart or something... cpu cools down a bit.. then the cycle continues.
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Old 25-03-07, 06:13 PM
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how come i get a 2 c difference in temps core #0 41 core # 1 43
I might be wrong but I read that the memory controller runs hotter than the rest on the core logic on a dual core A64/Opteron/FX. Since there is only one memory controller it might be located closer to Core 1.

60*C as a guideline sounds good too.
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