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December 30, 2010 4:10:52 AM

I would like to know if my temps are sufficient for the cooling that i have provided for my processor.

Room temp right now is 21.333C.

On idle my processor ranges from 27C to 33C

On load under Prime95 my processor runs a steady temp of 41C.

My hardware is as follows:

Phenom II 945 quad core

Muggen 2 heatsink

Cooler Master Storm Sniper Case

4GB DDR3 1066 Patriot Ram

MSI NF980-G65 Motherboard

EVGA 260 2x SLI

For my fan configuration; i have one 200mm fan as exhaust pointing at the top of the case (stock fan), one 200mm fan on the side panel as exhaust (stock fan), one 200mm fan at the front of the case in front of my hard drive pointing inward (stock fan), and a 120mm Delta fan at the back of the case as exhaust. all stock fans are running at 100% speed and the delta is running at about 20% speed atm.

any help is greatly appreciated.

PS: it would be a plus to hear from people who have similar hardware configurations to report their temps on this forum.
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December 30, 2010 5:48:05 AM

Looks fine. With a Phenom II, you can't really test the heatsink at stock clocks and voltages, but I'm sure your fine.
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December 30, 2010 1:23:39 PM

clean14 said:
Room temp right now is 21.333C.
On idle my processor ranges from 27C to 33C
On load under Prime95 my processor runs a steady temp of 41C.



I have a 1055T (125W TDP) and Mugen 2, room temp is 17C, Idle CPU temp is 27C, goes up to 55C under Prime95. Core Temp reports core temperatures from 20C to 58C.

Yeah, I'm freezing...
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January 2, 2011 3:37:34 AM

killerclick said:
I have a 1055T (125W TDP) and Mugen 2, room temp is 17C, Idle CPU temp is 27C, goes up to 55C under Prime95. Core Temp reports core temperatures from 20C to 58C.

Yeah, I'm freezing...

thank you for your reply. you must be freezing that's pretty cold! hearing this post and doing further research has assured me that my temps are more than sufficiant. thank you for your help.
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January 2, 2011 3:37:47 AM

Best answer selected by clean14.
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