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Your CPU temps

By CMH
Mar 27, 2007
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  1. BacK

    BacK TS Rookie

    Hello
    I’m worried about my CPU temperature. My CPU is Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 temperature about 40-50° C. is that normal? I clean my fan and add thermal pasta, but it nothing... maybe it should be like that. I don’t know.

    p.s. sorry, my English is poor.
     
  2. mrturtle

    mrturtle TS Rookie Posts: 53

    I would guess that it's about right if your using a stock heatsink/fan.
     
  3. Xecutor

    Xecutor TS Rookie Posts: 141

    AMD Athlon 64 x2 4400+ 2.3GHz (AM2 cpu)
    TR2-R1 Thermaltake CPU fan, stock Heatsink
    Stock voltage; soft OC (setFSB) to 2.6GHz

    temps - Idle: 27deg C ; Load: 50deg C
     
  4. CMH

    CMH TechSpot Chancellor Topic Starter Posts: 2,573   +9

    Just realised I haven't updated this thread for sometime, will update tmr, since there's quite a few posts to comb through.
     
  5. AtK SpAdE

    AtK SpAdE TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 1,846

    Im on my notebook, running AMD Neo x2 Temps are 20/15 C
     
  6. CMH

    CMH TechSpot Chancellor Topic Starter Posts: 2,573   +9

    Okay, they've been updated.

    If your temps aren't in here, please post in the required format. I will update the temps on the first page if someone else will compile all those who didn't put it in the format, to the required format, at any page (especially if they tell me that they've done so).

    The format, as copied from the first page:

    I do realise that coretemp and prime95 may be outdated, but given that this list isn't standardized in any other way (other than posting format), and that it is just as a rough guide anyway, use ANY temperature sensor and CPU stressing program you like. Not like we checked to make sure you did....

    One more thing, there is a maximum character per post, so I'll mention that when that happens, I'll move "outdated" CPUs to my next post in this thread (I will of course link it, and make a mention in the first post).
     
  7. Adhmuz

    Adhmuz TechSpot Paladin Posts: 910   +101

    New system
    i7 920@4.0/Noctua NH-U12P/1.305v/47c/77c - Adhmuz
     
  8. Aximilator

    Aximilator TS Rookie Posts: 86

    good work on the thread :) keep it going. i will get my temp up sooner or later.
     
  9. waynosss

    waynosss TS Rookie Posts: 18

    Cpu temp

    im rocking a thermaltake v9 case with 2 extra added neon fans

    CPU - 32 Degrees on idle
    core #1 64 Degrees on idle
    core#2 64 Degrees on idle
    GFX TEMP- 56 Degrees on idle
     
  10. Aximilator

    Aximilator TS Rookie Posts: 86

    I have a compaq presario s4100nx everything standard except case is custom. cpu temp idle is 34 ambient is 40 idle. under 100% load the cpu is 42 and the ambient is 51.
    1.5 voltage. or something like that i dont quite know the volts.

    thread looks good keep it up :)
     
  11. Technochicken

    Technochicken TechSpot Paladin Posts: 903

    Somehow I've never posted my temps before.

    Phenom II 710 @2.86/stock/stock/24c/44c
     
     
  12. orondf

    orondf TS Member Posts: 95

    P4_2.40B@2.61Ghz/stock/stock(=1.525)/~36/56
     
  13. CMH

    CMH TechSpot Chancellor Topic Starter Posts: 2,573   +9

    Okay, they've been updated.

    If your temps aren't in here, please post in the required format. I will update the temps on the first page if someone else will compile all those who didn't put it in the format, to the required format, at any page (especially if they tell me that they've done so).

    The format, as copied from the first page:

    I do realise that coretemp and prime95 may be outdated, but given that this list isn't standardized in any other way (other than posting format), and that it is just as a rough guide anyway, use ANY temperature sensor and CPU stressing program you like. Not like we checked to make sure you did....

    One more thing, there is a maximum character per post, so I'll mention that when that happens, I'll move "outdated" CPUs to my next post in this thread (I will of course link it, and make a mention in the first post).


    (Just a repost)
     
  14. Adhmuz

    Adhmuz TechSpot Paladin Posts: 910   +101

    core i7 920 Lapped @ 4.0/Noctua NH-U12P Lapped Push Pull/1.329v/43c/78c - Adhmuz

    Had to increase my volts to maintain stability, lapping didn't help as much as I first thought. It seems over time my idle temperature starts to increase and my 100% load gets worse too. Initial results after lapping seemed very promising but now its back to what it was before...
     
  15. CMH

    CMH TechSpot Chancellor Topic Starter Posts: 2,573   +9

    You lapped both the CPU and the heatsink? Wait, you did say you did.


    You do realise that by increasing the voltage, your temps should increase as well. Thats probably why your load temps are similar to those that you posted before lapping.
     
  16. MetalX

    MetalX TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 1,909

    Core i7 920 @ 3.2/ThermalTake SpinQ/0.944v/39c/58c - MetalX
     
  17. Adhmuz

    Adhmuz TechSpot Paladin Posts: 910   +101

    Actually my volts were increased before the lapping, and my temps Im referring to are on the higher volt setting. I was hoping to get my temps back to what they were on the lower volts. Oh well looks like Ill need to go with liquid cooling.
     
  18. CMH

    CMH TechSpot Chancellor Topic Starter Posts: 2,573   +9

    Hmm... maybe your lapping needs a flat surface :D

    Thats probably the only reason stopping me from lapping all my stuff right now.... I need a flat surface, and I'm too cheap to go out and buy a good piece of glass.....

    Btw, numbers updated
     
  19. Adhmuz

    Adhmuz TechSpot Paladin Posts: 910   +101

    I used a Half inch thick piece of glass and a glass table, no worries I used a flat surface.
     
  20. orondf

    orondf TS Member Posts: 95

    I recently cleaned my fan and established a better OC.

    P4 2.40B@2.754Ghz/stock/stock(=1.525V)/36/54-59

    I will let you know when I have new details.
     
  21. MetalX

    MetalX TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 1,909

    Got 2 for you, from various stages of my overclocking:

    Core i7 920 @3491 MHz/ThermalTake SpinQ/1.044v/41c/66c
    Core i7 920 @3912 MHz/ThermalTake SpinQ/1.293v/57c/88c

    Not too bad. 88c is a little high, but the threshold on i7s is 100c so it's not really that bad.

    EDIT: How is this not a sticky yet after 3 years?
     
  22. CMH

    CMH TechSpot Chancellor Topic Starter Posts: 2,573   +9

    I think its because I'd have to continually update this thread. Which I obviously don't do on a daily/weekly basis. Its more.... quarterly, and in some cases, yearly XD

    If more people post, I might update more regularly.....
     
  23. LinkedKube

    LinkedKube TechSpot Project Baby Posts: 4,265   +41

    Core i7 920 D0 stepping @4500mhz/swiftech gtz/1.41v/38c/59c/feser xchanger 360

    I did lap the block and cpu using 500 moving my way to 2000 grit sand paper and my wrist still hurts.

    Oh i see my specs on the first page are almost identical to what i posted here no change needed/added I guess.
     
  24. Xecutor

    Xecutor TS Rookie Posts: 141

    Damn you rich folks :p

    I'm getting my Phenom II x4 rig this December :D - The Dual core I posted is good still, but I want x4 powa :D and extreme cooling with that.
     
  25. Ult1mateK1ll

    Ult1mateK1ll TS Rookie

    Mobile Intel Pentium Dual-Core (Merom-2M)@1.6/stock/stock(=1.2500v)/67c/68c this is with a 60% load
    i know its hot but this is a three year old system that i am going to replace soon
     
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