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When I am just casually surfing the internets and world of wide webs with iTunes open, and my IM client, just all my casual things, my temps are 22C/19C. I was wondering if this is too low? I like to keep my room very cold. ~64F at most times.
    
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what are you using to read the temps? What are you using to cool the cpu?
    
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there is no such thing as too low unless there is condensation. If you aren't getting any condensation then you don't have anything to worry about.
    
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well the temps might be wrong
    
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I'm using Coretemp to read em. And I'm using the Coolermaster Hyper Tx2.

How can I tell if there is gonna be condensation?

I don't think the temps are wrong. When the sun comes up and shines through my window lighting up the room, they get to ~28C. I think it's just when it's really cold in here they are getting this low.
    
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post #6 of 11
The temps are wrong, unless you're looking at the CPU Temperature, and not the core, then it's right.
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I'm using Coretemp to read em. And I'm using the Coolermaster Hyper Tx2.

How can I tell if there is gonna be condensation?
Condensation is not possible with your cooler, it must be colder than your air temperature to condensate.
post #7 of 11
i have a q6600 and mine sit around 23-25C @ 3.0ghz @ 1.21v although my room stays about 70F. Ur fine
    
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Yeah. I just thought with .91ghz overclock that it was kinda low. But thanks guys!
    
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post #9 of 11
I suppose it depends on your ambient temperatures but personally I'd be tempted to say that 22/19 is exceptionally low. Almost too low to be true. It's always tricky when it comes to getting the right temperature from an internal DTS sensor as most applications will interpret them a bit differently.
There's word that at lower temperatures, the DTS sensor diverges, resulting in an idle temperature that is either exceptionally high or exceptionally low. Have a read at the following link and try out the application. Personally, I think it works very well.

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/....php?p=2809778
    
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post #10 of 11
Use everest to find the "CPU Temperature" not core temps. That is more accurate at lower temps. The Core sensor is only accurate to within 2-3 degrees at 70+C
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