32 Degrees celsius... Good or Bad?

I am running an AMD phenom ii x4 955 at stock speeds... is 32 degrees Celsius good or bad? thanks
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  1. Haf932

    Zalman 9900a
  2. Quote:
    Depends. What heatsink and case?


    I am just worried I might have used too much thermal goo
  3. 32 degrees is totally good, it's even too low.

    my cpu goes up to 70degrees celcius on stock cooler. around 40 idle.
  4. szbxa said:
    32 degrees is totally good, it's even too low.

    my cpu goes up to 70degrees celcius on stock cooler. around 40 idle.



    Well its a brand new computer (built it today), and I intend on overclocking it. Also, I have not done any cpu intensive things with it yet. I am installing crysis to benchmark, so I can also check my cpu temps during gameplay
  5. Quote:
    Your fine then.



    Thanks :)

    Also, just out of curiosity (I dont want to have to make another thread)... What are the different voltages I should be looking at to make sure everything is stable? I OCed my memory to stock settings (1600) but havent touched the CPU, and I want to know what CPU reading I should be looking at to know what is good and what is bad for the phenom ii x4 955 be.

    Thanks again
  6. Quote:
    If i remember correctly i needed 1.45v and two notches up on the NB to hit 3.8Ghz on my 940

    Edit : Yep

    http://i725.photobucket.com/albums/ww252/2MCHBoost/38-1.jpg



    Thanks a lot! I really appreciate it! two thumbs up for you!
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