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1.4 TBird at 32º c..is this right?

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October 30, 2001 6:34:04 AM

Okay, I have an Athlon XP 1800+ cooled down by the ALPHA PAL8045 (?) with a Delta fan at 5,000 rpm and my friend has a athlon T bird 1.4 cooled by a thermaltake dragon w/ a fan at 7000 rpm. We basically have everything the same, except cpu, and his cpu temp's idle is 32 while mines is 35. I thought the 1.4 TBirds are hot as hell, and the palomino cores were cooler?

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October 30, 2001 6:52:31 AM

Dont know about the xp, but 32C idle is dam good, mines around that when I run it at 1400 (unless i run vcool - then its around 27) and im watercooled.

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October 30, 2001 7:33:21 AM

It could just be the difference of the thermal diode measuring the temperature more accurately on your AthlonXP.
I wouldn't worry about it, it's very cool.

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October 30, 2001 7:59:38 AM

temps on mobo's can vary... specially if they are from different manufacturers...

32C... 35C.. both are extreemly good temps!

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October 30, 2001 3:57:26 PM

Motherboard Monitor? What are you checking temps with?

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October 30, 2001 4:32:33 PM

32°C is too cool! My Duron 600@800 under a coolermaster works at 45°C, ambient is around 30°C.

know any cooler that could do me some good?

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October 30, 2001 5:47:50 PM

sweet jesus, LOL. my case temp is higher than that :frown:
October 30, 2001 8:22:21 PM

Temps depend quite a bit on ambient temperature. He may be running it in a cooler environment. Also, as previously stated, motherboards read different temps all the time.

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October 30, 2001 10:54:55 PM

Wow, ok so no more worrying about that. He just ran prime95 for the first time over night, I wonder what his cpu temp rised to.
October 31, 2001 12:15:59 AM

Straight up idle temps mean nothing, like an idling lawnmower, not very exciting.
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October 31, 2001 12:18:25 AM

Yes, the Palominos are cooler than the Thunderbirds.

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