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Old 06-20-2003, 06:08 PM   #11
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i have a AMD 1.4 GHz T-bird and a Volcano 7+ on the low fan setting it usually runs around 52-53 C, I contacted AMD and they said anything up to 95 C is just peachy for this processor.
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how can i find out what kinda and model # my mainboard is i looked everywhere and i cant find it. how much would add a fan to pull air in and fan pulling air out(i would replace the stock fan)
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how can i find out what kinda and model # my mainboard is i looked everywhere and i cant find it. how much would add a fan to pull air in and fan pulling air out(i would replace the stock fan)
Try this!
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it'* a FREE Program that will tell you everything about your system! Including what program versions you have etc!
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I'm running Dual PIII 1Ghz @ 1.1Ghz and my CPU temps are about 46.6C & 48.2C damn mismatched voltage on dual CPUs gives the temp differences.

AND I've got 7 80mm case fans. Plus CPU fans.

And my CPUs run at full load 24/7/365.

Note: the above temps are with an ambient temperature of 25C @ full load.
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Yeah alot of differant chips are supposed to run at a specifac temp. Like the AMD'* usually should run hotter then say a Pentium. It just depends what chip your running. The chips homepage should have this spec for you to check out.
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Really though I should change my nick to DrLink

Intel: http://www.cpuscorecard.com/cpuprices/ip3.htm

On the left you can pick different processors and see their op temp
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oh my new computer when its hot out or hot in the room its in i will run a house fan onto the back of it to get the air circulating....i got a 2.8ghz 512mb ram 120 gb hd 128mb vid card computer...i also build computers and have a crap load of pieces sitting around...i am going ot start to put 2 fans in each computer blowing on the CPU...
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oh my new computer when its hot out or hot in the room its in i will run a house fan onto the back of it to get the air circulating....i got a 2.8ghz 512mb ram 120 gb hd 128mb vid card computer...i also build computers and have a crap load of pieces sitting around...i am going ot start to put 2 fans in each computer blowing on the CPU...
It'* good to see I'm not the only "computer Geek" & "Bonneville owner" here!
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Ive got a Athlon XP 1800+ (1.53Ghz) and 768mb (got 256 of it free) pc2100 RAM. got 2 80GB HD'* that are RAIDed together so windows sees them as one 160GB HD and i get 200+ mb of transfer speed. hehehe this sounds expensive, but through the magic of mail-in rebates i got both Western Digital 80GB 7200rpm HD'* for $60. Got a radeon 8500 with dual monitors so that my desktop gets stretched over both monitors and i can multitask...a lot. (2048x768 pixels) Sound Blaster Audigy Platinum sound card w/front panel. And an Antec smart power 410W power supply to power this haus. All built wihth my own blood sweat and tears. But with the extra monitor, xtra HD and all that power i can take a 10x10 A/Ced room (set at 75*F) and the comp will heat it to 95*F without batting an eye (and A/C running). But id recommend to all you Radeon ppl with plenty of CPU and RAM to buy the adapter and go dual monitor. youll never turn back (just get an old monitor like i did. One newer 17"crt and an older 17"crt). But anyway back to the topic My cpu regularly runs rather hot (i dun remember how im thinking it was like 143 or sumthin) and it was normal for my CPU
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