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David power 05-05-08 03:34 PM

CPU temps
 
Hello

I have a X9650 cpu, with no overclocking.

its 36 degrees using water cooling, idel temp.

Is this too high?

thanks.

Q 05-05-08 03:55 PM

Re: CPU temps
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by David power
Hello

I have a X9650 cpu, with no overclocking.

its 36 degrees using water cooling, idel temp.

Is this too high?

thanks.

Sounds decent. It really depends on your water cooling setup. Some people get 36C on good air coolers.

David power 05-05-08 04:34 PM

Re: CPU temps
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Q
Sounds decent. It really depends on your water cooling setup. Some people get 36C on good air coolers.

Cool man, Its the one that came with my Kandalf case. It goes from 35 to 45 load. thats good i guess.

Thanks for the reply.

hokeyplyr48 05-05-08 05:27 PM

Re: CPU temps
 
hmm that seems somewhat hot cuz it is 45nm so it should be less hot. my q6600 at 3.5 (ultra 120-extreme) idle's at low 40's and that's .5ghz higher than yours. i could be wrong though.

brady 05-05-08 06:31 PM

Re: CPU temps
 
I don't have any experience with the 45nm but my Q6600 with an Ultra 120 Extreme at 3.6GHz idles at 43C. So, yeah, that seems kind of hot to me.

Amuro 05-05-08 09:08 PM

Re: CPU temps
 
That is a bit hot with CPU at stock and water cooling. My QX9650 at 3.8 hotest core idles at below 36C with a Freezer 7 Pro.

David power 05-07-08 03:39 AM

Re: CPU temps
 
Thanks guys.


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