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Hi, I have a P4 530 pressy and i just need to know what temp i should keep it under
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65C max, but its better to keep it under 60 to play it safe....
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I ran one that got 70+ on the stock cooler for months, and it was fine. But a lot of people like to keep them under 55C. Intel says they are safe to run 24/7 at 67C.
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I agree--under 55 is where I keep mine although many have posted running there Prescotts at 70+C even 80C.

Heat throttling takes action to protect the CPU at about 68C I think and at that point not only are you potentially damaging the processor, your are taking a performance hit as the CPU slows down to cool itself.

High heat will eventually cause instability through quantum tunnneling if nothing else.
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I also like to keep Prescott load temps under 60C. Can you post a CPU-Z screen of your processor or do you know what revision it is? Are you overclocked?

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Mine reaches 90c @ load...

plz, I need some ...

yeah yeah... I'm working on it..
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Originally Posted by Ropey
Can you post a CPU-Z screen of your processor or do you know what revision it is? Are you overclocked?

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I have just started to overclock cause i recently got my G Power Pro, i checked cpu-z and the revision is E0.
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