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Whats a normal cpu temp?

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January 13, 2005 10:45:50 PM

Mine is 58 degree celcius.

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January 13, 2005 10:51:51 PM

"Normal" is going to depend on what CPU you have... what kind of CPU do you have?? And is it under heavy load?? Or is that idle temp??
January 14, 2005 12:08:09 AM

Where did you get that temp from? What power supply are you using? What mobo do you have? What are you doing to get that temp?
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January 14, 2005 12:36:47 AM

Normal,

You will learn that very little is normal in the non statistical sense.<A HREF="http://www.pantherproducts.co.uk/Articles/CPU/CPU Temperatures.shtml" target="_new"> MAX Temperatures </A>

These are maximum temperatures. The lower you get the better. -273.16C would be ideal :lol: 

BTW. Good Luck

The loving are the daring!<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Flinx on 01/13/05 09:38 PM.</EM></FONT></P>
January 14, 2005 12:40:41 AM

Zero kelvin would be ideal? At that temp ALL motion stops. That includes electron flow, so it might be bad for fast computing.
January 14, 2005 12:43:07 AM

No resistance, resitance is futile :lol: 
I think it would be like the immoveable object meeting the unstopable force

The loving are the daring!<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Flinx on 01/13/05 09:43 PM.</EM></FONT></P>
January 14, 2005 1:05:12 AM

Idle, was looking in bios. amd 1800xp

<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Spacelord on 01/13/05 10:49 PM.</EM></FONT></P>
January 14, 2005 2:06:54 AM

58C at Idle sounds high. If you dont give more details of your system, nobody is going to be able to help you. Is this a new rig?
January 14, 2005 2:14:36 AM

Just because it’s that cold doesn't mean you can't introduce electrons. In fact, because there is little or no motion between the atomic particles, they receive and give up electrons very quickly and orderly.

Dichromatic for your viewing plesure...
January 14, 2005 2:57:43 AM

It was my understanding that electron flow gives off heat. It was also my understanding that at 0 kelvin, there was no heat.
January 14, 2005 3:51:23 AM

58 at idle is pretty high for that CPU.
January 14, 2005 5:29:15 AM

Not for a palimino core. My 1800+ did mid 50s at idle, but only high 50s at full load. It's also a question of believing the sensor, or not. I dont.
January 14, 2005 12:51:24 PM

Mine's 1800+ is also much cooler.

It reached 58-60°C only last summer, with 35°C in the room and full coding process.
As for now, it starts under 40°C and stays under 50°C at full charge (>99% CPU for hours) with room at 16-18°C.

Do not know if it's a Thoroughbred or Palomino though.
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