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1.33ghz tbird temperature

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July 11, 2001 8:08:42 AM

whats a good temperature for a 1.33ghz tbird using the fan that comes with the cpu?

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July 11, 2001 1:23:30 PM

I find mine gets unstable when the temp goes above 64C. I since turned down my A/C and got a new heatsink/fan.

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July 11, 2001 1:26:37 PM

Mine is currently running 59C (by AsusProbe) while overclocked to 140MHz bus.

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July 11, 2001 2:48:15 PM

Nice sig.

My 1.2/266 @ 1.33 (10x133) idles at about 35 and maxes out around 43 or so, with a ThermoEngine and a couple of 40 CFM case fans.
Voltage is 1.8

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July 12, 2001 4:21:31 AM

If that is a <i>Retail</i> CPU that comes with a HSF, you don't need to worry about heat. Because if anything breaks/burns because of heat, you can use the warranty to replace it (probably even get a faster CPU than your current).


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July 12, 2001 4:26:23 AM

Of course you void the warranty if you plan on overclocking by using the mulitipliers.

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Anonymous
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July 12, 2001 9:46:56 AM

Hi!
I bought new components:
an EpoX 8KHA
512MB DDR crucial
TB-1,33-C
SBLive
BigTower
1 5400UPM IBM IDE
1 7200UPM IBM IDE
a TEAC Cd-R
a 36x Cd
and my old TNT2

The tower is closed.
The South or Nordbridge on the board is cooled by a small fan, the CPU is cooled by a "Squeeze" 4800UPM fan with copper. I didn't forget the heat-cream.
My 5400 drive is in a 3 1/2, my 7200 in a 5 1/4. Above the 7200 there is a big fan blowing air exactly on the drive.

So this is my system and I get 65c° after some hours running :( ((

Can/Should I do ANYTHING?
Or is this capable?
I do not want to get on water cooling, since I didn't oc it either. Is this cpu fan such bad, or what?

Thnx A LOT for help!!!
July 12, 2001 2:51:06 PM

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cooled by a "Squeeze" 4800UPM fan with copper. I didn't forget the heat-cream.


I've never heard of a "Sqeeze" fan. And which copper heatsink is it? The Thermalright SK6 is awesome, but the Globalwin one isn't as good.

What kind of thermal paste (heat cream) did you use?

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Anonymous
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July 12, 2001 3:50:09 PM

Thnx for your reply!!
I used a noname heatsink paste.
And squeeze might also be noname :( 
So can there be so high differences?
How much is the fan u mentioned?
Thnx very much!
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