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What temp should i keep my celeron under to be safe? (It's a presscot) It's running 70c load, and it's been reseated properly with as5. The HSF is also completely dust free.
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What temp should i keep my celeron under to be safe? (It's a presscot) It's running 70c load, and it's been reseated properly with as5. The HSF is also completely dust free.
Celeron's are known for running pretty hot...The one in my old laptop idled at like 55C and loaded around 70C.

However, what heatsink are you using? Stock?
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Celeron's are known for running pretty hot...The one in my old laptop idled at like 55C and loaded around 70C.

However, what heatsink are you using? Stock?
Yes, its the stock HSF.
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I think max temps for your celly are 75c (not completly sure)
but id hate to see any temps that close. what HSF are you using?

EDIT - emachines. so im guessing stock? hmm. if can splurge some money for a new hsf id try that. but i havnt a clue why there that high if you applied the as5 correctly.
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I think max temps for your celly are 75c (not completly sure)
but id hate to see any temps that close. what HSF are you using?

EDIT - emachines. so im guessing stock? hmm. if can splurge some money for a new hsf id try that. but i havnt a clue why there that high if you applied the as5 correctly.
Ah, even with AS5, the heat conducted can't be properly cooled with the stock cooler, that's why...I'd say splurge and get an aftermarket cooler unless you are alright with those temps...it's not going to hurt anything if you keep it like it is really.
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I don't have much money right now, but can anyone point me to a good, cheap socket 478 HSF?
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I don't have much money right now, but can anyone point me to a good, cheap socket 478 HSF?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835106606

If you still get high load temps with that one after using Artic Silver 5, I'd suggest lapping (sanding) your processor and the heatsink bottom like i did on my tuniq tower 120 and my processor...got a 5C drop in load temps...

But I really think that one would cool it on down...what are is your room temperature by the way?
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Also nice choices if you want to spend a bit more.
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