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Hey guys,

I tossed together a file server using a Core 2 Duo E4300. I used the Intel OEM cooler and some AS5. What temps should I be seeing with ambient at 22C? I'm seeing it jump to 47C under load. Seems a little high...?



EDIT: Just went to 49C while installing an update. :/
    
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nope max temp is like 100c so you are fine.

Gratz on the build!
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Yikes! That's crazy.

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Hey guys,

I tossed together a file server using a Core 2 Duo E4300. I used the Intel OEM cooler and some AS5. What temps should I be seeing with ambient at 22C? I'm seeing it jump to 47C under load. Seems a little high...?



EDIT: Just went to 49C while installing an update. :/
You may want to read Chapter 5: http://download.intel.com/design/pro...s/31327807.pdf
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Thanks.

According to their chart. 61.4C is the max. Eep. Kinda close.

Any tips ?
    
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Thanks.

According to their chart. 61.4C is the max. Eep. Kinda close.

Any tips ?
We all make mistakes, but seeing someone tell you the maximum temp is 66% higher than actuality is quite maddening...

Regarding tips:
Are you overclocking?
Heatsink fan control?
Case fan configuration?
Edited by jlells01 - 10/4/11 at 7:03pm
post #7 of 11
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No overclock. It's at given speeds.
OEM fan is set to 100%
Case is a Antec Server case.

4 80mm fans on the front and 3 on the rear. 120mm PSU fan.

I also noticed that the cores can be about 5C apart sometimes...?
    
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What are you monitoring temps with? Core Temp or Real Temp? If so, those temps are actual core temps and not Tcase temps that Intel specifies in their paperwork and are lower than the actual core temperatures. If you look at a HardOCP heatsink review, they have rigged up a thermocouple on their IHS by having a channel machined into it as per Intel's specs and that's what they record Tcase temps with. I do think they still monitor actual core temps with Real Temp or Core Temps also though. As for hurting the proc, don't worry. Intel has built in clock throttling if the processor temps get too high, keeping it from going Chernobyl on you. Once other thing to note: the E4xxx series processors don't use the soldered on type IHS like their higher priced brothers and temps will run a bit hotter. They use a conventional TIM material between the processor slug and the IHS. I know this for a fact as I used to have an E4300 and decided to try de-lidding it. I did get the IHS off, but scratched the pcb of the proc and killed it.
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I used both CoreTemp and HWMonitor. Speedfan reported about 10c lower than both of those programs. I figured it was botched.

Thanks for the info too.
    
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Yeah, you are on the "wayy safe" side with those temps being read by Core Temp or Real Temp.
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