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Highest Temp. your Computer has been

What is the Highest Temperature your computer has been?   44 members have voted

  1. 1. What is the Highest Temperature your computer has been?

    • 80 or more
      10
    • 60-70 degrees celsius
      13
    • 50-60 degress celsius
      7
    • 40-50 degress celsius
      7
    • 30-40 degress celsius
      3
    • 20-30 degress celsius
      0
    • 19 or lower
      0

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What is the Highest Temperature your CPU has been?

Mine is 67 degrees. What's yours?

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60C was my highest when oc'd it happens not allot, its mostly coz we too poor to have A/C on allot.. so allot of the time its 30C in the house :)

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40c is the hottest i got :)

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I think mine was 64C ... With the Intel box cooler! ... A bit risky cause my P4 2.4B is rated to run at max 68C! :)

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Never gone over 40c

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over 72° (cpucool gave up and would go no higher :) ) with an undercooled, overclocked Athlon T/Bird (which happily lived to tell the tale, with no lasting effects :rolleyes: )

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My AMD AthlonXP 2400+ (T-Bred core) would go all the way up to 68°C.

At normal load, its at 56°C - which still is too high.

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My AMD AthlonXP 2400+ (T-Bred core) would go all the way up to 68°C.

At normal load, its at 56°C - which still is too high.

how can you check out this anyway?

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My AMD AthlonXP 2400+ (T-Bred core) would go all the way up to 68°C.

At normal load, its at 56°C - which still is too high.

how can you check out this anyway?

mine, a few days ago, reached the 61º

it's normal because actually here in spain ambient temperature goes to 44º and the CPU it's clocked +200mhz

@for everyone that wants to check it's own temperature, i use Mother Board Monitor. i think it's the best program for this purposes but since a month or so it's not on development :(

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With summer around these months, the Northwood reaches about 56C on full load, and the Prescott reaches 67C on full load.

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My previous pc: 115° C (do I have the record??? :D)

Heatsink wasn't properly attached... :D

AMD 2500+ overclocked to 230*10 @ 1.89V

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I check out sys. temps. (and lots more) through a wonderful system diagnostic utility called everest here - home page.

Download it (freeware) and look up "Computer >> Sensors" for the info.

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I check out sys. temps. (and lots more) through a wonderful system diagnostic utility called everest here - home page.

Download it (freeware) and look up "Computer >> Sensors" for the info.

now named everest, this program it's the old known aida32

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true SiMoNsAyS, it also has lots of more features..

@XPerties if I had a water cooling like yours :D

my athlon xp went up to 65c, (with athlon's original fan, hopefully zalman came to help me :P)

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now named everest, this program it's the old known aida32

Right!

And there's no one here who misses the old AIDA more than me.... :(

They used to develop a 16-bit, DOS version as well - now its not anymore, since lavalys bought it out.

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well u can still use it right :)

(i had it 3 days ago deleted after finding out about everest, but i'm sure its on the internet :))

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There won't be development anymore, of the DOS version - so it will fall behind, in terms of hardware recognition and chipset compatibility.

The windows version is well, and good.

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im at 45 now, always stays around that

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Mine stays below 50oC with a quiet rear system fan and dual fan PSU assisting cooling. I use the Asus Probe to keep temperatures in check.

Normally 45oC idol, 49 - 50oC loaded.

When I had an Athon Thunderbird (800Mhz) it once got over 80oC when I forgot to remove the plastic backing from the heat sink grease pad :blushing:

Once that was sorted, it was fine!

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Mine never goes higher then 55°C when it's realy hot in my room. (summer)

My motherboard and Geforce FX 5600XT are watercooled with

a Innovatek XXS kit.

The lowest temp I had 25°C :D (no cpu Load) and 35°C (full load).

What's the most important improvement? the noise!

My machine is cool and quiet! :thumbup

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OC'd Athlon XP 2600 T-bred

Stays about 52 degrees celsius. Got a couple things to do to get it under 50.

I use Motherboard Monitor 5.

My next machine will use liquid cooling.

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I was thinking I'm gonna make a deal with a company that makes refrigerators (and/or freezers) and have them make a cabinet for me that actually is a fridge/freezer. Then you'll see who gets the lowest temperature. hah! :P

My highest was something like 65°C

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The mobile processors seem to be good at keeping heat down - and some of them are compatible with desktop MoBos too! YAY!!!

Just for the record, my own proc. over-heat problem is still un-resolved, if anyone knows ways to bring down temp., click here: (to go to that thread)

AthlonXP over-heats!

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mine hangs around 44...

highest 55.. @ summer

in the winter...

the normal temp. will be around 39

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