Your CPU temps

By CMH
Mar 27, 2007
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  1. Stick'o ram

    Stick'o ram Newcomer, in training Posts: 233

    I got my load temp after playing battlefield 2 for about six hours straight with my friends.

    On all high settings expect for anti-alasing with was at 2x and dynamic light with was at medium, with adaptive anti-alasing at performence.
  2. mica3speedy

    mica3speedy Newcomer, in training Posts: 205

    use orthos to get your load temps, you may be surprised.
  3. Stick'o ram

    Stick'o ram Newcomer, in training Posts: 233

    Whats orthos, can you give a link please.
  4. mica3speedy

    mica3speedy Newcomer, in training Posts: 205

  5. Stick'o ram

    Stick'o ram Newcomer, in training Posts: 233

  6. mica3speedy

    mica3speedy Newcomer, in training Posts: 205

    basically you extract all files into a folder, then run orthos.exe, select small fft's as the test, and then click start. Run for a couple minutes and you'll see your temps rise until they peak. Also realize that orthos is primarily used for stress testing overclocks. If your computer can run orhtos for 6 or more hours without warnings or errors your system is stable.
  7. Stick'o ram

    Stick'o ram Newcomer, in training Posts: 233

    Is the test only for dual cores though, I only have a single.
  8. mica3speedy

    mica3speedy Newcomer, in training Posts: 205

  9. CMH

    CMH TechSpot Chancellor Topic Starter Posts: 2,572   +9

    Wow. And I bought a fan controller because the noise coming from my 23dB fans are keeping me awake. And now, I'm thinking of getting a new case with a front lid because the lights coming from my fan controller is keeping me awake....

    And for Stick'o ram's temps, I'm leaving it on the list for the next couple of days till its updated. BF2 temps aren't really the hottest it'll go. As for Orthos, you'll have to run it, and leave it on for a few minutes before reading the temps.
  10. Stick'o ram

    Stick'o ram Newcomer, in training Posts: 233

    I ran orthos for a full ten minutes and I got a new high: 90 degrees (f), or approx. 32 degrees (c). I ran it on cpu stress.

    Remeber my cpu is based on the newer 90nm core (Venice) instead of its ancestor Newcastle and Clawhammer which were 130nm and the cpu is still the same size meaning that it has more room.
  11. CMH

    CMH TechSpot Chancellor Topic Starter Posts: 2,572   +9

    Having the newer core means they can fit more stuff in the same space, but it doesn't mean that it would produce less heat. The reason miniturization usually produce less heat is because they can reduce the number of volts going through it, but since they usually pack more stuff into it anyway, requiring more volts, this advantage is moot.

    Its akin to drawing a picture with a blunt 8B pencil, and then drawing the exact same picture with a sharp HB pencil. If you don't add any details, its the exact same picture.

    Anyway, I've updated the load temps. I'll accept that your load is 32C, there's really no point in lying anyway. Just get back if you ever notice it getting any higher for any reason, the idea of this thread is to note the highest possible temps reached with those settings.
     
  12. Lengar

    Lengar Newcomer, in training Posts: 22

    Got myself a new CPU and HSF

    AMD Athlon 64 X2 5600+ @ 3066Mhz x2/Coolermaster Hyper TX/1.4/38c/48c

    *edit* manged to get the voltage back to stock (1.4v)

    *edit* due to stablity issues had to change the CPU frenquancy
  13. sbgsus

    sbgsus Newcomer, in training Posts: 35

    E6600/Stock/Stock/46c/52c
  14. CMH

    CMH TechSpot Chancellor Topic Starter Posts: 2,572   +9

    updated, keep them coming!
  15. Lengar

    Lengar Newcomer, in training Posts: 22

    Got a secound rig up and running it use my old AM2 3800+ singe core that I got to 2.75GHZ, here what ive got it at atm

    Athlon AM2 3800+ @ 2.64 GHZ/Stock cooler off a Athlon AM2 5600+ x2/1.35v/39c/45c

    I would of put it straight to 2.75ghz but I cant change the vcore :(

    Might have a bit of a play and see if I can get it to 2.7ghz, tonight
  16. LinkedKube

    LinkedKube TechSpot Project Baby Posts: 4,262   +41

    e6750@4.4Ghz/1.47v/40c/55c/ coolit freezone(modded)
  17. vinnyirl

    vinnyirl Newcomer, in training Posts: 27

    AMD 2 6000
    CORE 0: 24 C
    CORE 1: 30 C

    And the over cloaking begins
    BTW water cooled with 6 case fans
  18. F1N3ST

    F1N3ST Newcomer, in training Posts: 1,088

    Here is mine, note CPU is at 2.66ghz, and I have sub 20$ TMG i1 cooler, but it is badass and is now like 30.

    [​IMG]

    GPU: Stock cooling, but is gonna be replaced with water this week.
     
  19. Ph30nIX

    Ph30nIX Newcomer, in training Posts: 359

    P4 478 Prescott @ 2.8Ghz. Idle temp 20-22C depending on ambient, 29C at max load. Cooled using a Thermaltake BigTyp 120 VX with 120mm fan. 2 Case fans. Can run at up to 3.4Ghz but not very stable because mobo is no good for OC, temp at load is still 29C when at 3.4Ghz.
  20. Trancidonia

    Trancidonia Newcomer, in training Posts: 48

    Erm.. i might as well as naive as a newbie as i have no idea on how to get the temperature for "Load"

    but as Idle
    I got my temperature from SpeedFan 4.33

    Core 2 Quad E6600
    CM GeminII
    Seven Fans, two on the side, two on GeminII, one on top of the Chassis and Two Comes with the Chassis (one bLowing at the harddrive and one behind the Chassis).
    Air Conditionered Room @ 20 Cel

    Temp1: 34C
    Temp2: 43C
    Temp3: 25C
    HD0:30C
    HD1:31C
    Temp1: 40C
    Core 0: 18C
    Core 1: 18C
    Core 2: 18c

    Readings from PC Probe that comes with my mobo reads that
    MB :43C
    CPU: 33c(lowest is 31C/highest reach is 41C(No AC, window opens and it was noon and windless))

    I don't know if Everest is accurate but here it says
    Mobo 21C
    CPU 31C
    Aux 17C
    GPU 56C
    First HD 30C
    Second HD 31C
  21. Lengar

    Lengar Newcomer, in training Posts: 22

    New readings off my main PC

    AMD AM2 5600+ X2 @ 3066/Cooler Master Hyper TX/1.4v/32/41

    All I did was Clean the dust fliters, and re wire the whole thing, and it knocked a good 6 off idle and 7 off load, getting another fan above the cpu soon, see how much that'll help

    On my other PC I got:

    Athlon AM2 3800+ @ 2.65 GHZ/Stock cooler off a Athlon AM2 5600+ x2/1.35v/39c/45c

    And the only Fans in the PC are the CPU HSF, The graphic card's HSF (stock) and the PSUs fan, so not bad for 3 fans, and no case ones, Im getting 4 case fans in it soon, so see how low I can get the temps, as the CPU wont go any higher, Will test this as soon as I get the replacement Harddrive for it after I killed the old one in it, getting the CPU to 2.69Ghz
  22. tpw

    tpw TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 104

    Maybe some one here could help me out but my temp dont seem to be reading right with any software i use what the problem. i just took pics of what it was reading at the time but my temp change real fast and i just had new motherboard put in which is a biostar p4m80-m4 with a super i/o chip ite8705 here a link to the thread i made . http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic88741.html
  23. ferrari24

    ferrari24 Newcomer, in training Posts: 38

    AMD 4600+ @ 2.7 GHz / ZALMAN CNPS9700110mm / 1.425 v / 23°C / 40°C

    That's only 0.025 v higher than stock with the same HT multipliers and without putting in any memory dividers (on 3GB of RAM underclocked from 800 to 667 MHz); just pushed the fsb up by 25.
  24. Betageek48

    Betageek48 Newcomer, in training Posts: 26

    CPU Temps

    AMD 4000+/2.4GHz/Asus ASP5P/Stock/39c-42c@Idle/102F - 106F/
    48c - 55c Under load
  25. fetalposition

    fetalposition Newcomer, in training

    AMD 5600+@3.15GHz/zalman CP790/1.475v/31-35C/40-43C - B-rad
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