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zestron

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Well, I just got my video card replaced, because it broke. I don't know what was wrong maybe it was the heat. So I'm posting my tempatures and asking if it's okay or not.

Here is what SpeedFan says.



SpeedFan 4.33


System: 40C
CPU: 42C
AUX: 46C
HD0: 36C
Core: 41C
Core: 52C
Ambient: 0C

Edited by zestron, 29 September 2007 - 12:31 PM.

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jackflash1991

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All of those temps look good. <65*C is ok, 70*C be cautious, 75*C be worried, >80*C turn the computer off right away and do not turn it on unless you have fixed the cooling problem.

PS: Are these readings from when the computer is at idle or after doing a lot of work? Try downloading Prime95 and see how hot your computer can get after like 30-45min.

Edited by jackflash1991, 29 September 2007 - 01:14 PM.

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Okay, thankyou!
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Also the temps don't include your video card. Is that the temp you were worried about?
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Did you see my Edit?

Are these readings from when the computer is at idle or after doing a lot of work? Try downloading Prime95 and see how hot your computer can get after like 30-45min.


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Also the temps don't include your video card. Is that the temp you were worried about?


I was mostly just wondering in general.
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Did you see my Edit?

Are these readings from when the computer is at idle or after doing a lot of work? Try downloading Prime95 and see how hot your computer can get after like 30-45min.


I don't remember.
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Because that is what is important. Your computer could be +30*C when running something makes your components work. Try downloading Prime95 and run it for like a half an hour and take some readings.
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