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  1. #16
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    - Cooler Zalman 7000A-CU
    - Motherboard temperature about 50-55°C (something wrong with the sensor
    - Cpu temperature - 45full/39idle°C
    - CPU speed and vcore 2070Mhz 1.65vcore 180x12.5
    - Any other cooling in
    your computer Two noisy (80mm) enermax fans
    - Room temperature 18-24°C



    Edited a bit
    |||Super ultra mega computer|||

  2. #17
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    Go for 800Mhz FSB....

    Try, if money permits, to get a 800Mhz FSB motherboard....this could help with the load on your cpu, thereby running cooler...

  3. #18
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    Re: Your temperatures

    Quote Originally Posted by Pwent
    Cooler: ZM-CNPS7000A-CU
    MB temp: 28 Celsius Full
    CPU temp: 39 Celsius Full, 35-37 idle
    CPU speed&vcore: XP2500@2.25GHz, 1,675v
    Other cooling: 5x 80mm + 1x92mm(3 in, 3 out) two of them are in the PSU
    Room temp: 24.5 Celsius

    CPU temperatures measured in the CPU socket.


    I've been wondering a bit about these temps, I think the increase between idle and load in Prime95 is too low. The temperatures are all measured using the ASUS Probe utility that comes with the mobo, and I guess the numbers aren't all that accurate?
    You've got nice temperatures, but then again your vcore is quite low compared to other systems in that overclocking area

    GOOD STEPPING! :P

    Hm, try measuring stuff with MotherBoard Monitor, I hate Asus PC Probe.
    Open Source > *

  4. #19
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    Re: Your temperatures

    Quote Originally Posted by Pwent
    Cooler: ZM-CNPS7000A-CU
    MB temp: 28 Celsius Full
    CPU temp: 39 Celsius Full, 35-37 idle
    CPU speed&vcore: XP2500@2.25GHz, 1,675v
    Other cooling: 5x 80mm + 1x92mm(3 in, 3 out) two of them are in the PSU
    Room temp: 24.5 Celsius

    CPU temperatures measured in the CPU socket.


    I've been wondering a bit about these temps, I think the increase between idle and load in Prime95 is too low. The temperatures are all measured using the ASUS Probe utility that comes with the mobo, and I guess the numbers aren't all that accurate?
    Have you tried to overclock it further? It seems like that it should handle more... increase the vcore! :))

  5. #20
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    my precious.... :D

    Cpu: palomino xp2000+ @ stock
    Cooler: artic cooling CU rev2.0.
    Case: 2x80mm Adda, 1x80mm papst, 2x80mm titan blue led at 5v, 1x80mm chieftec case-side fan.
    mb either: 30-31c
    cpu idle: 33-36c (on those rare occations)
    cpu load: ~57c (while converting video. over 61 with burn but I chickened out as it kept rising.)

    ok so I used to have a Noisecontrol Silverado but I thought it was becoming a bit hot @ silent speeds so I bought a artic cooling very cheap.
    The main reason the silverado wasnt performing very well was because it was filled with dust. BIG TIME. After having wrecked a motherboard uninstalling a cooler I played it safe and the artic cooling is thus still in the comp. Ordered a Thermalright SLK-947u which should arrive on tuesday.
    As the Papst 92mm fans are expensive and I have a fanregulator what other fans do you recommend? 80mm instead of 92mm? Im a silentfreak who likes colours
    palomino XP2000+, 768MB ddr266, Radeon 9500pro, 2x80GB seagateV, 1x120GB maxtor 8mb, 1x160GB Seagate 8MB cache etc
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    XP-M 2800+, 512MB ddr333, RadeonM 9600, 60GB 5400rpm, DVD+-rw, 15" TFT

  6. #21
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    *pic*


    Temperature stats created with WebTemp
    http://www.******.de

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  7. #22
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    AMD 64 3200+ Boxed Cooler with Cooler Master Jet7 Mod.

    AMD 64 3200+ @ 2100Mhz Vcore 1.67V

    Cpu: idle 37
    stress 41 (Sisoft Sandra Burn Test 30min)

    Mobo: 33

    Case 2x 80mm (in and out)

    No temp on the Geforce 4200Ti
    Leke in Suid Afrika

  8. #23
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    ops:
    CPU Cooler: Zalman 7000A-Cu
    CPU: P4-3.0E @ 3.3
    Idle/Load Temp: 43C/58C
    Room Temp: 68-72F
    Fans are set to 1600-2000 RPM to minimize noise.

  9. #24
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    Proccesor: 2800+ Barton core stock speeds and cooler
    Case fans: 1x80mm inlet 53cfm 1x60mm outlet 26cfm 1x psu outlet 80mm 45cfm
    Motherboard: Asus A7v8x-x
    Graphics card: Geforce FX 5200 stock speeds
    Ram: 512mb crucial DDR @ 333mhz

    Temps at idle: 40 degrees for cpu, 35 for case
    Tems at Gaming: 45 degrees for cpu 37 degrees for case

  10. #25
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    According to Speedfan:

    CPU: 32C (stock cooler)
    SYS: 23C

    Celeron 1300@1417
    QDI board based on the VIA 686-chipset
    PowerVR Kyro II
    512 MS SDRam

    Well, that's what I'm using for now.

    //Andreas
    "I'm sort of a postmodern vegetarian, I eat meat ironically"
    "You are our Swedish superhero "

    Forget everything, knowledge is your enemy, it's only going to make you second-guess yourself."

  11. #26
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    Cooler: ThermalTake Silent Boost A1889 (Nice & quiet)
    MB temp: 21 Celsius Full
    CPU temp: 47 Celsius Full, 37-38 idle
    CPU speed&vcore: XP2500@2.2GHz, 1,800v
    Other cooling: 2x 80mm (1 in, 1 out, both thermally controlled)
    Room temp: ? Don't know. It's fairly warm here in Australia.

    If you can hear it, it's too loud!

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