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enemyagent

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I just installed a new heatsink and Arctic Silver 5 Thermal paste onto my CPU. I was wondering how 37 degrees C stacks up for a AMD 64 3500? Good or Bad? I'm guessing good :tazz:

Edited by enemyagent, 17 June 2005 - 09:48 PM.

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Anyone? :tazz:
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good
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yeah i'm using artic silver 5 on my pentium D and its at 55 all the time..thats not good right?
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idle or load. idle = poorish load = v/good if it is below 60 and is runnin fine it shouldnt be a problem.
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i'am running an AMD64 3500 with the standard AMD heatsink & fan with no extra heat compound and it runs at about 42-46 on idle unload its about 53-56
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