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tanka
Sat Jul 01 2006, 12:12PM
tanka Registered Member #13 Joined: Sun Feb 05 2006, 04:22PM
Posts: 269
Mine has a 50% overclock and stays between 25-35 degrees sometimes 40 but no often. With stock cooling
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WingnuT_85
Sat Jul 01 2006, 12:12PM
WingnuT_85 Registered Member #11 Joined: Sat Feb 04 2006, 11:39AM
Posts: 1241
My CPC is 25 % O.C. and is at a ilde temp of 38C and a load temp of 54C !!!

Its a AMD X2 4400+ (Toledo) at 2.2 GHz , and O.C. to 2.74 Ghz !! I`m Using a Zalman Cooler :http://techreport.com/reviews/2005q4/zalman-cnps9500/index.x?pg=1
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ScubaSteve
Sun Jul 02 2006, 10:47AM
ScubaSteve Registered Member #44 Joined: Tue Feb 21 2006, 11:02PM
Posts: 1075
CPU: AMD Athlon64 4000+ San Diego @ 2.4Ghz
Cooling: Thermaltake BigTyphoon w Antec 120mm @ 2000rpm

Idle: 32C
Load: 42C
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Morgue[FLB]
Mon Jul 03 2006, 12:38PM
Morgue[FLB] Admin Registered Member #59 Joined: Wed Mar 08 2006, 11:21AM
Posts: 6778
CPU: AMD Athlon 64 X2 4400+ (but I guess you could see that from my sig)

Cooling: Stock

Idle: 45°
Load: 54°

Note that these temps are quite high since I recabled my case
recently. I thought I'd connect two case extraction fans to the
PSU's fan controllers. Since the PSU thinks that the system isn't
under much stress (even when playing Oblivion for hours) it never
speeds those two fans up.

So I need to delve back into the innards of the beast, and connect
those two fans back to standard molex connections. They will
spin faster and the case temps will drop to around 38°/46°, like
they were before.
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RaZeaL [PCD]
Mon Jul 03 2006, 12:46PM
RaZeaL [PCD] Admin Registered Member #6 Joined: Fri Feb 03 2006, 02:31PM
Posts: 4462
CPU : AMD 64 x2 3800+ (2Ghz stock - clocked to 2,6Ghz)
Cooling : Vapochill Extreme Cool (Small one)

Idle : 32'C
Load : 48'C
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