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Don't worry, you didn't kill anything, my C2D is at load at 60c. I really thought about it when people say, will this temperature damage my CPU? And people reply for your CPU that's normal temperature...
When you think about it, all CPUs are made out of silicon and metal, and these all melt at a specific temperature, it's not like one CPU's silicone lasts longer than another CPU's silicon, same thing goes for the metal. So that's why, there isn't such thing has damaging your CPU through heat except if it reaches a temperature that could melt the silicone/metal and could blow up your core.
    
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Don't worry, you didn't kill anything, my C2D is at load at 60c. I really thought about it when people say, will this temperature damage my CPU? And people reply for your CPU that's normal temperature...
When you think about it, all CPUs are made out of silicon and metal, and these all melt at a specific temperature, it's not like one CPU's silicone lasts longer than another CPU's silicon, same thing goes for the metal. So that's why, there isn't such thing has damaging your CPU through heat except if it reaches a temperature that could melt the silicone/metal and could blow up your core.
That and GPU's get pretty hot too, not sure if the same applies for those as with CPU's.

Sabrewulf, sounds like your not getting the correct contact with your hs and proc. Have you tried another cooler?
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