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PC Temp?

Discussion in 'PC Gaming & Rigs' started by chadchandler, Mar 12, 2005.

  1. chadchandler

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    HI,
    Putting some serious strain on my pc :eek: i am using a intel 4, 3 Ghz, abit is7 motherboard, 1 g ram and a Enermax 375w psu. here are my temps and volts at max pressure :(
    SYS 29 c
    CPU 59 c
    PWM 59 c

    V core 1.33v
    DDRVcc 2.64v
    +3.3v 3.31v
    +5v 5.11v
    +12v 12.04v
    AGPV 1.57v
    DDRUtt 1.30
    5VSP 4.97

    do these figures seem a bit extreme???

    Thanks in advance :)
     
  2. watchinthewheel

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    i think i may be having the same problem, my spec is exactly the same as yours even down to the make of mobo! recently my fans have been going mad really really loud etc, i can only assume overheating so i may get some more fans or something, what would you all recomend for this situation? any specific fans i should be looking at?
     
  3. chadchandler

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    spooky spec thing!!! I've modded my box a bit to except some more fans. I've got 2 12cm(one front top, one normal back) 2 8cm(both front) as well as normal MoBo and CPU. Noisey!!! can't here my self think half the time!!! wondering if its the ps?? on my second one cause first went bang!!!
     
  4. watchinthewheel

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    i havent modded anything i just have the fans on my cpu/psu/gpu its quiet most of the time but if i leave it running for any length of time or running a complex app or game it sounds like a small aircraft taking off. I have changed my psu, not because there was anything wrong with the old one but i got a new one for free so i figured i may as well. How did you take those readings for temp btw? do you have a system monitor or just a regular thremometer?

    finaly i have seen some hard-drive cooling unites on ebuyer for about £3 has anyone tried them? are they worth having? and are they very loud?
     
  5. chadchandler

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    I took mr temp reading with Abit eq! I,ve herd these can be way out sometimes but i've checked them in bios and they seem within 1 c of it!
     
  6. Mr.D

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    59C is fine for sustained load . Sure your fans will start working but thats what they are supposed to do. Your temps are fine if you are worried about the noise you need to look into quieter cooling.Laregr quietr fans , quieter PSU quieter cooling for the cpu and gpu , drive silencers for the HD maybe.
     
  7. danielbb

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    I second that prescotts do run hot, i have a 3ghz. i use a large coolmaster fan, nice and quiet.
     

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