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What is the normal temperature for a TBird 1.2

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Anonymous
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May 4, 2001 10:27:11 AM

Hello, maybe a stupid question but I just bought a TBird 1.2 and I find it a little hot (46 celsius at full load). Is that a normal temperature or is it too much ? Thanks a lot in advance for your answer :)  J-L
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May 4, 2001 10:31:48 AM

if that is an acurate temp reading you have nothing to worry about..

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May 4, 2001 12:23:47 PM

yeah that sounds about right..

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Anonymous
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May 5, 2001 2:10:52 PM

Hello :)  First of all, thanks a lot for the answer, I spared a lot to buy this baby and feared to see it turn to ashes :) 
To your question : the HSF is an Alpha PAL6035, the reseller told me it was a good one, I hope so, it was quiet expensive :(  J-L
May 6, 2001 5:27:28 AM

What is the temp of your case? I ask because I just ordered that HS/Fan and am wondering if I will get my temp down to 46. I have a case temp of 38C and my system runs around 55-59 under load, so 46C would be a big improvment for me. So like I asked above what is your case temp? I also heard that if you have a good HS/Fan and thermal paste (AS2) that your CPU should never go more than 10C over your case, anyone know if this is true?

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Anonymous
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May 6, 2001 7:45:06 AM

Most of the time, the case temp is around 28/30° :)  I used termal paste too (furnished with the fan) just didn't know exactly what is the "right" thickness so I choosed to make a quiet thin layer and I don't know if it was the right choice. :)  J-L
May 6, 2001 9:07:59 AM

28c how do you keep your case that cool? My house is set at 75F thats like 23C and my case is always 38C. I thought about unpluging the intake fan for I heard that it sometimes can disrupt airflow.

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Anonymous
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May 6, 2001 3:53:35 PM

Er...

All your numbers are realy high compared to mine. I used Sandra and check out these.

Duron 700Mhz

Board Temp. 26.7C/80.1F
CPU Temp. 27.6C/81.7F
Power Temp. 24.1C/75.4F

Are my numbers normal?

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May 7, 2001 4:27:22 AM

Where does Sandra tell you your temps? I use the PC Alert program in windows or just check in BIOS. I wish I could keep my case around room temp, that should help my CPU.

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Anonymous
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May 7, 2001 6:38:41 AM

Well, here it's usually around 21/22°C. I've a middle sized box with a fan front/down bringing the air inside and one rear/up bringing it out. I also tried as much as possible to make the inside as clean as possible (hard with two hard disk, a dvd and a burner, each on one controller :(  ). But here the weather is still cold, this summer... J-L
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