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Is this temperature normal for my pc .

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June 5, 2012 11:00:32 AM

I have this pc
Intel core 2 duo e7500 @ 2.93 ghz
ram - 4gb ddr3 1333mhz
gpu - ati radeon 6670 2gb ddr3
psu - cooler master 400w psar j3
hdd- 320 gb seagate barracuda 7200 rpm
mobo - asus p5g41t lx 3
monitor - samsung sync master 20 inch lcd
windows 7 ultimate 32 bit

when i listen to music or watch movies and surf net my temperature goes to 48 to 52 c and when i play games it goes to max 76 c is it normal or i have to worry about my pc's condition and one more thing i live in delhi and its very hot there and my room's fan is not working so it already hot there .
So please help me out about this problem .

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a b K Overclocking
June 5, 2012 4:35:41 PM

Considering the already high ambient temp, the computer temps are fine. Around 70 degs C during gaming is not unusual.

However, consistent 76 degs C could indicate that the case needs some more air movement. Direct a small table fan towards the front of the computer.
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a b K Overclocking
June 5, 2012 4:37:34 PM

Is this a Dell?
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June 6, 2012 6:16:27 PM

1. pop the case open and clean it from dust
2. consider adding more fans inside
3 if you cant do neither of above take it to IT shop and they will clean it for low cost
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June 7, 2012 1:45:14 AM

No its not dell , its a assembled one and it is placed in a hot romm without a fan but now i'm shifting the room , so keeping it in cool and dry place will lower the temperature huh and i have a cabinet of i ball .
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a b K Overclocking
June 7, 2012 2:26:01 PM

anurag punk said:
No its not dell , its a assembled one and it is placed in a hot romm without a fan but now i'm shifting the room , so keeping it in cool and dry place will lower the temperature huh and i have a cabinet of i ball .

Yes moving the computer to a cooler room will help.

In addition, place a small table fan and direct some air at the computer case. There must be good air movement inside as well as outside the case.

Do not place the computer inside a cabinet. It will add to the heat problem.

Desktop computers will generally run 10 to 15 degrees C hotter than the room temperature when everything else is right (good CPU/heatsink installation). Higher during gaming.
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