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Dixon1321 08-06-02 06:28 AM

1400 amd temp limit before meltdown
 
I was playing Jedi Knight II and when I came out of the game my CPU temp was frying a 50 degrees Cel. Should I be concerned, it normally runs at around 45 when not underload.

Thanks

TheOneKEA 08-06-02 06:39 AM

The theoretical limit for Athlon processors (I think its the Thoroughbred core they were discussing, IIRC) is 90 degrees C, which equals about 184 degrees F. A more reasonable limit is your load temp, 50 degrees C, which is about 130 degrees F.

Dixon1321 08-06-02 08:20 AM

Thanks, I was worried because I used to have a 750 duron which never even got up to the 45 degree mark. When I had it overclocked at 900 underload it would run between 43 and 44 degrees.

Thanks again.

FastM 08-06-02 09:49 AM

50c is fine, if it were idle @ 50c then i would worry.

netviper13 08-06-02 12:45 PM

Those 1.4's were the hottest running processors AMD put out, but your temps seem fine.

Dirty-Harry 08-12-02 02:19 PM

I have the same processor and when I'm playing a game the temperature is usually around 50 C. Normally mine is at about 43 or 44 C. You're okay!:)


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