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Processor Temperature Database

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OK everyone i've written a script that records and catorgories the information... been working with Space Guy on this, the thread starter!

Processor Information Database

theres the sumbit form to add ur own data!

Its mostly done... few things need tweaking.... a lot of the code is from my SNMS new management script which i'm currently codeing so where u see the word "news" just ignore it... i'll change it soon!

ok hope this resource helps a lot of you

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Mobile Athlon 2500+ @ 2700MHz (1.85V)

Home made Water cooling

Case temperature 29?C

CPU Temperature 34.5?C

motherboard temperature 35.5?C

I think in winter time, with room temperature around 20?C temperature of CPU will drop to around 25?C.

You have to LOVE AMD, because they are running so COOL and QUIET :ro:whistle:stle:

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Processor: Northwood p4 2.8

Motherboard: Asus p4p800 SE

Heatsink: thermal take spark 5 rpm:4150

Case: Antec plusview 1000 amg

# of Case Fans: 6

Avg Room Temp:22

CPU Temp: idle 25-26 stress (unknown yet)

(I understand my CPU temps are unusually low, but then I am also assured that ASUS mobos report the temps as lower then they actully are)

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Processor: AMD 1700+ standard oc'd to 2200+

Motherboard: Albatron KX400+ Pro

Heatsink (4800rpm): Vantec Aero flow 2

Case: Some kickass black case

# of Case Fans: 6 or so

Avg Room Temp: 77f

CPU Temp (Idle - Stress): (34F 41F)

Average Case Temp 32F

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OK everyone i've written a script that records and catorgories the information... been working with Space Guy on this, the thread starter!

Processor Information Database

great database but where is the cpu type??

as i see it this affects your temps more than your motherboard

ie: amd 1500+ or 3200+ will they generate the same ammount of heat

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Processor (Standard or Mobile): AMD Athlon 1Ghz (T-bird)

Motherboard: Azza KT-3AV

Heatsink (rpm) -or- Watercooled (setup details): Coolermaster heatsink 5500RPM

Case: No name case

# of Case Fans: 1 80mm

Avg Room Temp: 18C

CPU Temp (Idle - Stress): 37C - 43C

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ever since I got this litle app for checking CPU and HDD temperatures, I've closely monitored the numbers. My 1.5 Ghz Pentium M toshiba usually tuns within the range of 49C - 65C. How does your computer generate/handle heat as compared to mine??

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Well, my computer registers at 65*C when doing normal apps like Trillian, iTunes, Outlook, Semagic, Bittorent, Symantec Corporate, and Powermenu. This is pretty much idle temperature. However, I do not use this temperature because I believe it is misreported. If it isn't then I'm in trouble. The heatsink is nowhere near 65*C. I use my system temperature to gage what's going on which is at 38*C steady.

However, desktop temperatures range a lot differently from Laptop temperatures from what I understand.

_--boocher

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35c to 45c (Athlon XP 2500+ Barton Core)

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32?C to 40?C

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i dont know my temp lol !

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AMD 2600+

25C to 35C

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45c Idle 60 full.

As I've mentioned, I was gonna get a new CPU fan, but my PSU decided to start dying.

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ever since I got this litle app for checking CPU and HDD temperatures, I've closely monitored the numbers. My 1.5 Ghz Pentium M toshiba usually tuns within the range of 49C - 65C. How does your computer generate/handle heat as compared to mine??

and whats that "litle app"?

edit: could u pm me to tell me the app bcz i g2g2bed. thx sim1

Edited by sim1

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i dont know my temp lol !

i second that.

if some one could post the name of an app that shows i can say

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do we really need a thread for this? I mean i thought Post your threads where banned...

Theres been a ton of them recently.

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35*C at boot and up to 48*C on proc heavy stuff. I have a 3.2ghz prescoutt.

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I use Asus PCProbe, because I have an Asus mobo... I belive most people use a program called "Motherboard Moniter"

Athlon T-Bird 1.4ghz 53*C idle and around 59*C load using a vantec Aeroflow.

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I have no clue how hot my PC actually runs. I just know its not hot to the point it'll melt my pc.

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I have no clue how hot my PC actually runs. I just know its not hot to the point it'll melt my pc.

hahahah l3thal when u gonna get come pwnd by the islanq?

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P4 2.8E (yeah the HOT one!)

No overclocking.......

100 degrees (F)

Hydrocool water cooler temp 85 degrees (F)

case temperature 82 degrees (F)

I don't overclock......so why the water cooler......because I can see the clear

tubes with green water flowing through it LOL..........

(actually, it was because it is QUIETER than a huge fan(s) inside the case)

:alien:

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well my CPU is 33 C/ 89F

MB is 19 C/ 66F

at idol

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My 3.0E prescott gets to about 120F when overclocked to 3.25Ghz,. usually about 105F

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ever since I got this litle app for checking CPU and HDD temperatures, I've closely monitored the numbers. My 1.5 Ghz Pentium M toshiba usually tuns within the range of 49C - 65C. How does your computer generate/handle heat as compared to mine??

I wonder if your Toshiba is fanless. Anyway my 2.4GHz P4C also runs in that range. The reason why it runs so hot is because it has a Vantec Stealth fan (not stealth enough). When it had a High Speed Panaflo fan it ran in the high 20 and low 30 degree Celsuis ranges.

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Computer in signature running at 2.35GHz:

CPU = 38c

Motherboard = 25c

It's a new system for me and I'm really pleased with it. I sold my P4 to a friend who wouldn't try AMD.

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