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What are YOUR temps? (45nm+GPU)

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

  1. Mussels

    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    get a high multi chip and 450 FSB is enough anyway :D
     
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    0c is what it said, but I can confirm that is was at least 10-15c outside when I took the wheeler for a spin. Wish it was that cold lol.
     
  3. Binge

    Binge Overclocking Surrealism

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    Temps I/L: 29C/59C
    Max temp using Intel Burn (optional): 55C
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    Yeah but 8400->8600 have 100euros difference!
    I mean u r supposed to buy a cheaper cpu with low multi and OC the hell out of it where the p45 is much more recommended ;)
    But we are lucky enough that x48 clocks that high anyway:toast:
    It clocks 500 too but with A LOT of voltage!
     
  5. Mussels

    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    my xeon cost less than an e8500. you just need to know where to look ;)
     
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    Gpu: Ati 4870 1gb Oc 800 core 1000 mem
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    Gpu temps I/L: 50c/ 79c (Bioshock Cod4+5)

    All in a silverstone RV02. Just need thermalright to get the 1156 bolt through kit so i can get my 120 ultra on the go.
     
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    let me know when you decide to sell that chip....:D
     
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    Intel burn now brings my cpu to 65-66 load.. q9550 @ 1.3625 +_ 35mv+ 4 lanes..


    must be my ambient temps seriously. I have to keep my door closed most of the time with having a roomate that sleeps across the hall. One day I'm going to crank the AC to like 69f and see wht my temps do lol
     
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    tigger I'm the only one

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    ambient: 22c
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    Temps I/L: 28/40c
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    GPU cooling: stock
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    ambient: ~25c
    45nm cpu: i7 920 co
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    Temps I/L: 40/81
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    GPU: BFG gtx 295
    GPU cooling: stock
    Gpu I/L: 55/87
     
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    seems too hot. but i dont know the temps for i7's. espcially for stock clocks right?
     
  12. Vrgn86 New Member

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    Yes, all stock! Ambient temps are the prob.
     

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