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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Sasika, Aug 17, 2007.

  1. Sasika

    Sasika New Member

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    Dudes,

    As you can see in ma sys specs , i have a D945GNT Intel motherboard and a 3.4 Pentium D (Presler) with its stock cooler and i have mounted 1* rear 80mm fan and it shows the following temperatures in normal use


    Processor temp - 65 c
    Internel temp - 48 c
    Remote temp - 40 c

    Are they too much , if yes what do i have to do , what components do i have to install ??
    help me bros
    :):):)


    If i have to mount a cooler whats the best below
    http://www.ewiz.com/detail.php?name=FAN-ANU2

    http://www.ewiz.com/detail.php?name=FAN-AC7PRO

    http://www.ewiz.com/detail.php?name=FAN-PDU22S

    http://www.ewiz.com/detail.php?name=FAN-CLP268

    http://www.ewiz.com/detail.php?name=FAN-PDU21M

    http://www.ewiz.com/detail.php?name=FAN-CLP391

    http://www.ewiz.com/detail.php?name=FAN-CCBWLU
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    No answer???
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    that cpu temp is a little high man, is that at idle or after a hard work out
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    Idle

    and after graphic processing work it climbs upto 68 c (CPU)
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    68c load inst the worst ive seen for a pentium but its a little too high you might want to try and get some as5 on that chip and add a few more case fans to bring those temps down a bit :D
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    hav you tried it
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    tried what ? as5 yea i have it on my cpu and gpu,but i also have an antec 900 case with 3x120mm fans and 1x200mm. quiet as a mouse but keeps everything nice n cool :cool:
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    Wow thats really cool!

    lets c arcs5
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    and if u have alil bit off money left u can allways buy a AC freezer 7 + AS5 it cools very good

    i bougt it for like 16,50 euros
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    as5 is a thermal paste man, If I were you I would try and get some from somewhere and put it on your cpu. I am unsure of what the temps in sri lanka are like but its probably pretty hot there. Try and neaten up the cables in your case a little.

    You have installed a case fan on the back of your case but you really need another one somewhere as well. Either cut a hole in the side panel (about level with your cpu) or in the front of your case.

    Then you can have cool air going into your case from the front or side and the rear fan exhausting the hot air...

    68 isn't going to kill your cpu but it isn't optimal for it..
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    Yeah its pretty hot here in SL , about 30~32c , even that effects

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    Cut a hole in the side panel?, I think you are talking about an hole, air duct right?
    My Mercury casing has an airduct.
    check this http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/product.php?productid=4057&cat=1&page=1


    gonna get AC5 first
    Thanx friend ,
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    The Arctic Cooling Freezer would be a good choice for an inexpensive heatsink to replace your stock cooler. It comes preapplied with a paste that, according to several reviews, provides equivalent performance to Arctic Silver 5 (AS5). That might save you the cost of a tube of AS5 anyways. However, in my own case I stripped of the thermal paste because I wanted to lap the heatsink to make it shiny smooth first. Then I used AS5 to reattach it. Bang for the buck of the AC Freezer is hard to beat.

    I looked at the case and agree that improving airflow is also a priority. A single 80mm exhaust isn't really sufficient. If the case has an option for installing an inlet fan at the front I would do that. Also, my Antec case has a side port with the option to install an 80mm there as well (so I did). General rule of thumb is to balance the cfm's (cubic feet per minute) volume of airflow in and out. Most fans publish their cfm's.

    David
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    68c is nothing to worry about on a Pentium D. I wouldn't waste my time trying to lower it unless you plan to get something out of it, like a higher overclock. Otherwise, just leave it alone.
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    Yeah friend , i think about OC ing

    is anyone out there who can suggest me a good CPU cooler??:rolleyes:
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    The Arctic Cooling Freezer like everyone else has been saying.It has good reviews if you have some money to spend than water cool that thing ($200+(usd) if you build your own)
    My AMD Athlon 64 x2 4600+ doesn't even run that hot.lol when running linux for the net my CPU fun turns off. I even have it OCed to 2.6ghz..lol
    Just think AMD ran hotter than Intel back in the day.
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    Bro,
    is this the one your are talking about http://www.ewiz.com/detail.php?name=FAN-AC7PRO
    (AC7 pro)
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    yes that is the one
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    I agree the thermal paste it MX-1 and it gives lower temps than AS5
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    i recommend a zalman 9500 or 9700 your temps are abit high my zalman drop my temps by about 15C from the stock cooler
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    i recommend a blow job;)...Clean the HSF that you have now with some compressed air.
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    I didn't even see the first HSF the Cooler master. If you buy a HSF pick between the Coolermaster in the first link and the AC freezer. Also if you are in the US go to newegg and check there prices.
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