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Oh, and I can play CS: Source like it was nothing more than 1.6 now I used to get average 20 FPS, now I get 60 easy. Thanks guys. Too bad I don't have a DVD player on this comp to install BF2 (My brother has it)
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just as a side note, i've heard that just sitting in bios, that puts the CPU at about 80% load, so that idle temp will be a little different than MBM. and when you restart to look at load temps, they will have dropped by some already. MBM never really worked for me, i use speedfan now, and i like it alot better. but thats just me. my 2600 now idles at 37 and loads at 44 after my HSF swap. oh you might try opening your computer up, and giving it a thorough cleaning (dust buildup can raise the temps), 'case the system is 3 years old, and alot of stuff builds up over time.
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I usually clean it about every month, but it's been since summer so far lol. I'll get to that tomorrow I'll go google speedfan, thanks.
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post #26 of 46
heres the speedfan link, and props for keeping your comp clean, most dont even think about it.

my 2600+ runs at stock speeds stable at 1.575vcore and that brought down the temps 3-4c.

EDIT: btw the max rated die temp for XP's is 85c (amds max temp) so technically anything under that should be fine... but the lower the better
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Yea, want to have my precious little darling around as long as possible.

Anyway, here's the last screenshot. I beat you to Speedfan I'm going to go set the vcore a bit lower, then go to bed. I'll talk to you guys tomorrow about screwin' with my RAM. Thanks for tonight though, mostly Xie and Logan

I'm guessing with this the 58 is my CPU, huh? lol, same as with the MBM. Ah well, this program looks a bit more useful. I am still clueless about most of what it says, but I'll be using it in a little while hopefully anyway.
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post #28 of 46
yea it probably is the cpu, but sometimes speedfan has some issues with your mobo, and the mobo temp is what is higher (strange but true) my mobo temps on speedfan jump all over the place, because its not supported (i've seen it go from 50c to 85c and back in like a minute) to be sure which is which, try loading your cpu and seeing which temp increases quickly, thats gonna be your cpu.

try getting your load temps with prime95

i guess we'll talk to you tommorow then, good luck
post #29 of 46
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Nvm, I'm stayin' up! yay, more fun learning

Anyway, here's a little experiment I pulled. Loaded 'em all up then played some CS 1.6 for about 15 minutes lol. I think my system will be just fine with 60 degrees.
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post #30 of 46
those temps should be fine, mine was running a tad higher than that for over a year, and its still ok. did you get prime95? that should give you a little better load results, and it also checks your stability (start it an do a torture test, if it fails or gets an error in a few minutes then your comp is not stable, if it runs for a few hours then your good to go.)
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