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Last time I checked,mine was around 58-59c,I'm thinking of getting extra cooling....
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    Last time I checked,mine was around 58-59c,I'm thinking of getting extra cooling.

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    My (700MHz celeron's) temp3 (I guess it's CPU) is around 43,0c under 30% load and around 50C when loaded fully.

    temp1 is about 53C, temp2 gives some thing like 124C constantly so, I've deselected it in gkrellm (as I belive it's some sensor that's really not present)
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    temp1 124C
    temp1 124C
    temp1 28.0C
    temp2 27.5C
    temp3 -48C

    and the fans are all around 3100rpm
    thats what gkrellm shows and i just turned it on.... hummmmmmm what should i go fof of there!?

    does that seem a tad toasty!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jubjub2m6
    temp1 124C
    temp1 124C
    temp1 28.0C
    temp2 27.5C
    temp3 -48C

    does that seem a tad toasty!?
    Wow.. Well, for me it would, but I've only really tested CPU temp on my old AthlonXP box. The die temperature (absolute maximum temp before the chip melts) for that processor is around 80-90C, and the ambient temp I usually got was around 40-50C. Over 100C seems awfully hot to me.. but again, I don't really have a basis for comparison.
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    well i went into the bios and found out its the 28C one...which translates out to like high 80's....but where's that 124C comin from.??? could that be memory temperature? im running corsair with heat spreaders? or power supply!?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jubjub2m6
    well i went into the bios and found out its the 28C one...which translates out to like high 80's....but where's that 124C comin from.??? could that be memory temperature? im running corsair with heat spreaders? or power supply!?
    any piece of hardware running at 124C for more than one second would be dead immediately. it's an innacurate reading. i'm guessing the way gkrellm is programmed, they put 124C as the max, and that's just what it's showing because it can't get the real reading.

    anyways, to answer the original question: AMD Athlon XP 2200 at 42-48C idle, 46-52C under load, depending on temp in the room. aftermarket cpu fan, 3 case fans (1 in, 2 out).

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    i have a P4 with HT.
    temperatures:
    watercooled: 44 @ idle
    54 @ load

    stock-intel-cooler: 52 @ idle
    71 @ load
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    i have an AMD 2200+ and it runs right around 42 deg. i have the fan on the cpu on one the plex side conver and then an 80mm on the back and an exhaust fan by my video card. the mobo runs right around 30-32 deg.
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    CPU: Pentium III/1000 Coppermine
    Temp at normal use: 28˚C
    Max temp will be about 40 ˚C at 100% load
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    Can someone link a good tutorial for temperature monitoring? I'd like to do it on my linux boxes but it seems like such a pain in the ass to get working.

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