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Old 06-20-2006, 09:40 AM   #1
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Default How hot should YOUR CPU get?

CPU

Max Temperature

AMD Althon, Althon
Opteron, Duron & Sempron Series
AMD Athlon (socket) upto 1Ghz 90C
AMD Athlon (slot) all speeds 70C
AMD Athlon Thunderbird 1.1Ghz+ 95C
AMD Athlon MP 1.33Ghz+ 95C
AMD Athlon XP 1.33Ghz+ 90C
AMD Athlon XP T-Bred upto 2100+ 90C
AMD Athlon XP T-Bred over 2100+ 85C
AMD Athlon XP Barton 85C
AMD Duron up to 1Ghz 90C
AMD Duron 1Ghz+ 90C
AMD Duron Applebred 85C
AMD Opteron 65 - 71C
AMD Athlon 64 70C
AMD Athlon 64 (Socket 939, 1.4 volts) 65C
AMD Athlon 64 FX 70C
AMD Athlon 64 X2 71C
AMD Sempron (T-bred/Barton core) 90C
AMD Sempron (Paris core) 70C
AMD Mobile Sempron 95C

AMD K6 Series
AMD K6/K6-2/K6-III (All except below) 70C
AMD K6-2/K6-III (model number ending in X) 65C
AMD K6-2+/K6-III+ 85C

Intel Pentium III Series
Pentium III Slot 1 500-866Mhz 80C
Pentium III Slot and socket 933Mhz 75C
Pentium III Slot 1 1Ghz 60 - 70C
Pentium III Slot 1 1.13Ghz 62C

Intel Celeron Series
Intel Celeron 266-433Mhz 85C
Intel Celeron 466-533Mhz 70C
Intel Celeron 566-600Mhz (Coppermine) 90C
Intel Celeron 633-667Mhz 82C
Intel Celeron 700 - 850Mhz 80C
Intel Celeron 900Mhz - 1.6Ghz 69 - 70C
Intel Celeron 1.7Ghz and Higher 67 - 77C

Intel Pentium II
Intel Pentium II (First Generation "Klamath") 72 - 75C
Intel Pentium II (Second Generation, 266-333Mhz) 65C
Intel Pentium II (350 - 400Mhz) 75C
Intel Pentium II (450Mhz) 70C

Intel Pentium 4,
Pentium M (notebooks)
Intel Pentium 4 64 - 78C
There are no specific stats for Pentium 4 CPUs as P4s have an ability to slow themselves down when they are getting too hot and thus, in theory they should never be able to burn themselves out. To get specifics consult Intels specifications for your particular model.

Intel Pentium M (notebooks) 100C

Intel Pentium D (dual
core)
Intel Pentium D 820 (2.8Ghz) 63C
Intel Pentium D 830 & 840 (3.0 - 3.2Ghz) 69.8C

Intel Pentium Pro
Intel Pentium Pro. 256 or 512K L2 Cache 85C
Intel Pentium Pro. 1MB L2 Cache 80C



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Old 06-20-2006, 10:34 AM   #2
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AMD Athlon 64 (Socket 939, 1.4 volts) 65C

Mines gotten close once before...

New heatsink/fan though shortly, yay

Useful information there
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Intel Celeron 1.7Ghz and Higher 67 - 77C
u saying my cpu should be that. than why at 60c my mouse starts laggin and my computer restarts.. I checked the BIOS and non of the options are on to make it restart or down clock the cpu. meh I got higher with Celeron 2.2 at 87c
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I guess it depends on the temperature around the CPU too somehow.

So its not just the core, but the motherboard also has to be able to support a CPU that hot, which might be stressing at high temperatures itself since heat from the CPU would leak onto other parts.
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Default Re: How hot should YOUR CPU get?

Most CPUs idealy shouldn't reach half of what they are capable of. My CPU can operate at 60 C. However i"d never ever let it get that high. New heatskin and fan normally fixes it.
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Old 06-29-2006, 04:22 PM   #6
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recon16, do you have any info on the Intel Pentium D940 3.2GHz?

I installed a D940 processor last week and have not overclocked my system.

I monitor temperatures on my system with SpeedFan. The temperature ranges logged at idle and under loads:

Asus 5plp-le mother board 32C - 42C
D940 processor 46C - 50C
Nvidia GeForce 7000LE GPU 45 - 60 (replcing with ATI X1900 next week)

I used Arctic Silver Creamique as thermal grease between processor and heat sink after removing heat pad from sink.

What is you opinion regarding these temps?

Thank you.
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That seems alright to me. Its definietly under the limits for a Pentium CPU.

How many fans do you have running on your case?

Whats your room temperature usually?
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Room temperature 78F.
Heat sink fan and case fan only.
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very helpful info.
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