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Well... I am wondering if my temperatures are good. My computer is not overclocked, it is stock. At idle it is at around 25*C-30*C and when it is running at full 100%, it is at a max of one core is about 79*C and 67*C.
Edited by sadiq - 6/5/08 at 7:00pm
    
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...it is at a max of one core is about 79*C and 67*C....
Coud you repeat that, ...in English.
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Yeah they seem alright a little hot for the max load but you'll be alright. you should deff invest in some cooling though just to be safe.
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Yeah they seem alright a little hot for the max load but you'll be alright. you should deff invest in some cooling though just to be safe.
Are you kidding? 79C is extremely hot, even at full load. Brisbanes are only rated for 60C.

Running at 79C on STOCK voltage is insane. At stock, your temps should never even approach 60C. You need to get an aftermarket cooler ASAP before you destroy your chip. Spend $20 on a cooler and you can sleep well.
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Just a newbie question >_<, how do i know my temperature? like i check in the bios and is around 30(not overclocked...yet), and when running at 100% i dont know since i dont know how to meassure it :x(program?)
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Yes you can see you temp by program you can download it from hear :
http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/CoreTemp.zip
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I recommend downloading Everest Home Edition, CPU-Z, and Speedfan rather than Core-Temp. They are very popular and I have never had any problems with them. They give Temps and tonnnns of info.
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Try to blow out this dust from your CPU cooler...
And get some fresh air to the case x)
    
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Well... I am wondering if my temperatures are good. My computer is not overclocked, it is stock. At idle it is at around 25*C-30*C and when it is running at full 100%, it is at a max of one core is about 79*C and 67*C.
Sadiq, your never going to get accurate temperature readings from your Brisbane. Brisbane core's are notrious for reporting incorrect thermal properties. Perhaps the sensors on the motherboard aren't calibrated correctly to see the reporting data? This is issue is very skewed and will never be answered accuractly. In short as long as you have proper air flow in your case, your cooler is mounted correctly and you have at least applied thermal compound then you should be fine. Of course it wouldn't hurt to purchase an aftermarket cooler in the future. If your ambient room temperature is also low then that is a plus.

Good luck
Edited by thlnk3r - 6/8/08 at 1:33pm
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