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Old 08-14-2009, 10:47 PM   #1
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Is it bad to have a computer that is too cold?

i just moved into dorms and my tower is right in the pather of where the ac blows

my 8800gtx idles around 50 c

my 2 cores idle both at 30 c

my hd is around 26 c

everything is stock...you think it would be ok to oc the cpu now?
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thats more then okay dude thats fu**kin awesome lol
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The cooler the better when it comes to computer parts......nothing to worry about.

About the overclocking.....upgrade your cooling first, the AC isn't going to be on all the time. Overclock and the AC shuts off and you will be screwed.
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Old 08-15-2009, 12:12 AM   #4
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ahaha...i dont pay for electricity

trust me, the dorms is always at a frosty frost. we have backup gen...
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ahaha...i dont pay for electricity

trust me, the dorms is always at a frosty frost. we have backup gen...
No, I mean like, in the winter time the air won't be on.....the heat will be on.
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oh yea, ahah

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Is it bad to have a computer that is too cold?

i just moved into dorms and my tower is right in the pather of where the ac blows

my 8800gtx idles around 50 c

my 2 cores idle both at 30 c

my hd is around 26 c

everything is stock...you think it would be ok to oc the cpu now?
Is it bad to have a computer that is too cold? What kind of a question is this? Mods, please ban him.











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Old 08-15-2009, 08:34 PM   #8
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well, i was worried about condensation

and i hear sometimes that some cpu have an optimal temp range
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