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What do you think of my temps? (lots of info)

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January 30, 2013 10:26:02 PM

Hello. I have a phenom 1055T on stock cooler at stock speed. During gaming my fan is way too loud so i set it to 60%. I find myself constantly checking my temps but unsure whether or not they are safe temperatures.

I will be buying a new CPU cooler but not until next month so i was hoping someone can tell me what they think of my temperatures as they are now.

PC SPECS:
Phenom X6 1055T 2.8Ghz Stock voltage not overclocked. Cool & Quiet mode in bios ON.
Gigabyte 990XA UD3
Asus HD 7750 820Mhz
Corsair CX 430M (top mounted)
320GB Hitachi HDD (From 2008)

My case has no name but it's pretty decent and big. I have no birds nest of cables everything is clean. All i have for intake is a high RPM 80MM fan (I have no exhaust fans just top mounted CX 430) I will be upgrading the case fans when i get a new CPU cooler.




Idle temps at 60% fan speed.

TMPIN0 - 35c (Motherboard)
TMPIN1 - 40c (CPU)
TMPIN2 - 40c (Northbridge)
Cores - 28c
GPU - 36C

Max temps while playing League of Legends for 1 hour at 60% fan speed.

TMPIN0 - 42c (Motherboard)
TMPIN1 - 53c (CPU)
TMPIN2 - 53c (Northbridge)
Cores - 43c
GPU - 56c

Max temps while playing Planetside 2 for 2 hours at 60% fan speed.

TMPIN0 - 45c (Motherboard)
TMPIN1 - 55c (CPU)
TMPIN2 - 55c (Northbridge)
Cores - 44c
GPU - 63c

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a b K Overclocking
January 30, 2013 10:51:52 PM

Your case fan setup is horrible but considering that your temps are ok and aren't going to hurt anything.
a b K Overclocking
January 30, 2013 10:53:48 PM

Planetside 2 is pretty demanding for both the CPU and GPU last I checked, so those temps look pretty good. You could always check with dedicated stress tests like Prime95 for the CPU and Furmark for the GPU.
January 31, 2013 12:22:01 AM

unksol said:
Your case fan setup is horrible but considering that your temps are ok and aren't going to hurt anything.


Do you have an idea of what temps would be considered to be too high?

I know my fan setup is bad at the moment but i had a 80mm fan so i figured if i stuck that in the front for intake and had my top mounted PSU exhausting the air it would be a lot better than nothing.

I'm also not sure how i should setup the fans in my case but i guess that's something i could figure out.
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