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What are YOUR temps? (45nm+GPU)

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by shevanel, Sep 17, 2009.

  1. shevanel

    shevanel New Member

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    I'm curious to know what people are using to cool their GPU and 45nm cpu and the temps they get from said hardware. If you feel so inclined to share with the world please post..


    template for copy/paste

    ambient:
    45nm cpu:
    Mobo:
    Cooling:
    Temps I/L:
    Max temp using Intel Burn (optional):
    GPU:
    GPU cooling:
    Gpu I/L:


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  2. shevanel

    shevanel New Member

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    ambient: 78f
    45nm cpu: q9550 @ 3.825 1.35vcore
    Mobo: evga 780i ftw
    Cooling: apogee gt, black ice 240 radiator
    Temps I/L: 33/48c
    Max temp using Intel Burn (optional): 59c
    GPU: bfg gtx 275 oc
    GPU cooling: stock
    Gpu I/L: 34/65c
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    That ambient is rediculously high! :eek:
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    yeah it sucks. I can sometimes manage 76f
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    My ambient is 65F and thats only during the summer. I keep my apartment really cool temps though. :D
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    ambient: 27 C
    45nm cpu: QX 9650 (1.2V @3,33 GHz, 24/7)
    Mobo: ASUS MAXIMUS FORMULA (Bitspower NB/SB waterblock)
    Cooling: Enzotech LUNA wc rev.A
    Temps I/L: 32 C / 41 C
    Max temp using Intel Burn (optional):52 C

    GPU1:Sapphire toxic (800/1000)
    GPU cooling:EK Waterblocks EK-FC4870 CF VGA Waterblock (top card)
    Gpu I/L: 33 / 41

    GPU2:Sapphire toxic (800/1000)
    GPU cooling:DANGER DEN GPU-6890 DD-4870 WATER BLOCK (bottom card)
    Gpu I/L: 39 / 46


    all waterblocks are cooled by 2x 240 rads, 1x 120 rad and 1x 360 rad....:p

    all fans minimum, practically silent!:rockout:
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    very nice!! thats a sweet PC!

    yeah my roomate keeps the thermostat on 78... sometimes 77
    tzitzibp says thanks.
  8. Mussels

    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    ambient: 20C or so
    45nm cpu: Xeon E3120 3.8Ghz 1.18v
    Mobo: DFI x48
    Cooling: TRUE 120 lapped
    Temps I/L: ambient (45nm have shit idle sensors) load <50C
    Max temp using Intel Burn (optional):
    GPU: 2x 4870
    GPU cooling: accelero S1's with fan
    Gpu I/L: 40C/60C,. give or take


    it seems weird you're asking this information mainly for idle and load of 45nm CPU's, when 45nm intels are known to have useless temp sensors at idle.
    Last edited: Sep 17, 2009
  9. DarkEgo

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    ambient: 25*c
    45nm cpu: Core i7 920 @ 4.2
    Mobo: Gigabyte UD4p
    Cooling: Water, sig
    Temps I/L: 60*c load
    Max temp using Intel Burn (optional): 63*c
    GPU: 4890
    GPU cooling: water, sig
    Gpu I/L: 29*c, 33*c
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    ambient: 28*c
    45nm cpu: C2D 8400 @4GHz
    Mobo: Dfi x48
    Cooling:XIG 1283
    Temps I/L: 68*c load
    GPU: 4850 CROSSFIRE X
    GPU cooling: 2*MUSASHI
    Gpu I/L: 40/68-37-62
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    ambient: 18c approx
    45nm cpu: Intel E5200 @3ghz
    Mobo: Asus P5Q3
    Cooling: Artic Freezer 7 pro
    Temps I/L: ( core temp) 32c/46c
    Max temp using Intel Burn (optional):
    GPU: ATI HD 3850
    GPU cooling: Akasa Neo
    Gpu I/L:30c/42c
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    those Dfi x48 boards are good for oc'n huh
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    ambient: 23c
    45nm cpu: Q9400
    Mobo: Zotac Geforce 9300
    Cooling: Cooler Master GeminII (passive)
    Temps I/L: ( core temp) 39c/51c
    Max temp using Intel Burn (optional): 59c
    GPU: Geforce 9300
    GPU cooling: Stock tiny alu heatsink (passive)
    Gpu I/L:63c/79c
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Sure but you can get the same results with much less money rather easily. ;)

    A nice P35/P45 can take an E8400 to 4Ghz and beyond easily. It matters much more what chip you choose really.
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    I noticed no 45nm AMDs listed yet...

    How about these:

    ambient: 28c
    45nm cpu: AMD Phenom II 940 @ 3800Mhz/1.487v
    Mobo: Asus M4A79 Deluxe
    Cooling: CPU-Mugen II w/ 1900rpm Slipsteams Push/Pull
    Temps I/L: Idle 34c, Load 49c
    Max temp using OCCT (optional): 53c
    GPU: 2 x Radeon HD4850
    GPU cooling: 2 x Zalman VF1000
    Gpu I/L: Idle 38c, Load 54c
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    Oh yeah here's another although not complete set of info.

    ambient: 18c approx
    45nm cpu: AMD 905e (stock settings)
    Mobo: asus m4a79t deluxe
    Cooling: Artic Freezer 64
    Temps I/L: 21c

    Can't remember load temps at stock settings, but at 3.375ghz load temps were 40c
  17. Mussels

    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    my x48 was cheaper than a P45.
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    ambient: 22/23c avr.
    45nm cpu:Q9450 (1,36c 3.8 max.) (3,2 1,25v 24/7)
    Mobo:Gigabyte ga-x48-dq6
    Cooling:Zalman 9700 led
    Temps I/L: 25/ load 65/65/65/65c
    Max temp using Intel Burn (optional):65/65/65/65c
    GPU:Sapphire 4850
    GPU cooling:Zalman vf1000
    Gpu I/L: 33/55c
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    ambient: 80f
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    Temps I/L: 36c/50c
    Max temp using Intel Burn (optional):50c
    GPU: Sapphire radeon 4870 512mb
    GPU cooling: Stock non-refference
    Gpu I/L: 25c/80c
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    ambient: 60F (16C~)
    45nm cpu: Phenom II x4 940 @ 3.6ghz
    Mobo: Biostar 790gx
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    Temps I/L: 35/50 C (95/112 F)
    Max temp using Intel Burn (optional):
    GPU: x2 HD 4870 512
    GPU cooling: stock
    Gpu I/L: 45-65C
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    45nm cpu: 90nm cpu AMD Opteron 170 @ 2.95 Ghz
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    Cooling: Thermaltake V1, shitload of fans.
    Temps I/L: 39C/~50C
    Max temp using Intel Burn (optional): 51C
    GPU: PNY 8800GTS 320MB
    GPU cooling: Zalman VF1000, ZM-RHS88, loads of fans
    GPU I/L: ~39C/~50C
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    ambient: 78-79F (Tucson AZ, you pay my eletric bill I'll turn the AC temp down. :) )
    45nm cpu: i7 920 @ 4.0GHz (1.05v idle, 1.31v (actual) full load) HT on, C1E on
    Mobo: DFI LANParty UT X58-T3EH8
    Cooling: Noctua NH-U12P with 86CFM Scythe 120x25, 125x38 push|pull
    Temps I/L: 30-33C Idle - 79-81C Load (Linpack)
    Max temp using Intel Burn (optional): 79-81C (bout same as Prime95)
    GPU: XFX 4870X2
    GPU cooling: Default - Fan at 40%
    Gpu I/L: 40-45C Idle - 75-77C Load (Folding @ Home)

    Keep in mind, I use a tech station so my temps are pretty good for being 78F

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    Mobo: Asus M3A32-MVP Deluxe
    Cooling: Lapped CPU and Xigmatek HDT-1283
    Temps I/L: 27c/34c (Temp sensor bad? :confused:)

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    0F? lol
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    Mine too!
    Bought dfi p45 t2rs plus 132 euros and dfi x48 t2rs 109:toast:(for free actually ,RMAed something:toast:)

    Yap they OC well but not like the p45 i must admit...Hard from 500 and above but they have 32 pcix lanes so its worth it!

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