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Old 17-03-2004, 03:20 AM   #1
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Hey everyone....I just got my new system a few days ago it's a...... P4 2.8 800Mhz FSB with HT. I just wanted to know if anyone knows what the general temperature for the CPU is. Mine runs at about 35C-45C when idle and when I run Maya or do something hectic it shoots to about 55C almost 60C! Is that too hot or is that normal for the processor speed???
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hi Main..I have the same processor and it also runs at around 34 - 40 C on average... it can run at 55C quite comfortably but it gets a bit hairy when I do about 10 renders in a row.If you are worried or suffer overheating problems I suggest you install a couple of extra cooling devices, case fans are very cheap and well worth the effort.
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maybe get a bigger fan for your cpu and make sure it has a good heat sink cream.
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Hey guys thanx for the advice. I reckon I will try and invest in some fans on the side of my case aswell as a bigger cpu fan. Thanx. I feel alot better knowing that those temps are pretty normal.
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