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July 13, 2006 11:47:34 PM

I am currently building a system. I am still at the bios stage and am following CPU and MB temp.

The cpu seems to be idling at 46 degrees celsius and MB at 40. We are currently enjoying a beautiful 33 degree celsius day. Is this acceptable? What are the normal idle and load temps for the CPUS

Any help will be appreciated!!

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July 14, 2006 12:16:44 AM

My Athlon XP 2000+ is currently at 56C, my mobo at 40 and my HDD at 50C. My room has no ventilation, which really sucks, my computer is like an oven here.

To answer your question, I think your temps are ok.
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July 14, 2006 12:22:50 AM

You should be fine. Motherboards are known to be notorious when it comes to temperature accuracy.
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July 14, 2006 12:23:43 AM

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I am currently building a system. I am still at the bios stage and am following CPU and MB temp.

The cpu seems to be idling at 46 degrees celsius and MB at 40. We are currently enjoying a beautiful 33 degree celsius day. Is this acceptable? What are the normal idle and load temps for the CPUS

Any help will be appreciated!!



Those are good temps. I wouldn't worry. Above 60-70 is where you will have problems. Room temperature is 72 F, you're running at 114 F.
July 14, 2006 3:33:24 AM

Wow juanes, is that u in the link? lol
really if anyone falls for that anymore you need to be shot.
July 14, 2006 11:30:12 AM

Thank you guys for the feedback
July 14, 2006 12:58:39 PM

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chek out thse specs temps


Ya C*#T I'm sitting in a busy office and that pops up. I almost fell off my chair lol.

Was that you in action? The taker?
July 14, 2006 1:16:08 PM

Yeah, that's why you don't automatically click the link. You wait for a tooltip or something that tells you where the link takes you, before you actually go there.

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Was that you in action? The taker?


Well, he's been on the net for some time. Does he really need any more publicity?
July 14, 2006 2:25:02 PM

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Yeah, that's why you don't automatically click the link. You wait for a tooltip or something that tells you where the link takes you, before you actually go there.


Ahhhhhhhhh I seeeeeeeeeeeeeee. Will remember for next time. That dirty little c*ck jockey.
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