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Turned on my rig this morning and my cpu is 19C. Pretty good for air huh?

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Yeah, but that is as soon as you turned your pc on.

Edit: Wow that res is really low, are you running at 800x600 ?

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I'd say so... I think those Big Typhoon are much better than watercooling because of their great performance for small cost. Water cooling gives better performance, but at a much higher cost. Don't get me wrong though, I love my WCing, it is a lot of fun, but for degree per dollar Big Typoon is the way to go. What is your ambient temperature?

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I'd say so... I think those Big Typhoon are much better than watercooling because of their great performance for small cost. Water cooling gives better performance, but at a much higher cost. Don't get me wrong though, I love my WCing, it is a lot of fun, but for degree per dollar Big Typoon is the way to go. What is your ambient temperature?
Dont forget though, that was right after he turned on his computer, soo...

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Turned on my rig this morning and my cpu is 19C. Pretty good for air huh?
Well that's normal because when you turn on your pc ,it isnt hot yet because you arent running any program.

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Yeah, but that is as soon as you turned your pc on.

Edit: Wow that res is really low, are you running at 800x600 ?
Yeah you're right... now it's at 20C. Been on for 20 minutes.

It's 1024*768.

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Ooh, ic. I still find that is too low but its all up to the person using the computer i guess.

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Ooh, ic. I still find that is too low but its all up to the person using the computer i guess.

LOL...I don't think you can ever have temps that are "too low"

The reason it's so low is because I didn't have the heat on last night and it's like 15C ambient.

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My ambiant temps are 10c atm so... my cpu is at 29c with stock cooling.

Edit: LOL i dont mean your temps are too low , your res is lol. Now my cpu is at 33C.

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My ambiant temps are 10c atm so... my cpu is at 29c with stock cooling.

Edit: LOL i dont mean your temps are too low , your res is lol. Now my cpu is at 33C.


That's pretty good for that OC'd celery on stock cooling. What core is it?

LOL...My panel only goes up to 1280*1024 and that makes everything so tiny on screen I can barely read it. I play games at 1280*1024 though.

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