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Now well see how much the haf case makes today on temps

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wow haf case dropped my temps down to 29 idle and 42 under prime thats much better
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post #43 of 59
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That's way too high, my 965 never goes over 60*C, anything over 62*C will cause serious damage.
Will people PLEASE stop spreading this kinda misinformation. Going over 62c might effect stability, and possibly take a bit off of the cpu's life span but we are taking maybe a year or two off a decade or more. This is silicon we are talking about, its melting point is 1414 °c. Even the materials in the cpu that degrade at the lowest temps don't begin to degrade till 90+c.
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Will people PLEASE stop spreading this kinda misinformation. Going over 62c might effect stability, and possibly take a bit off of the cpu's life span but we are taking maybe a year or two off a decade or more. This is silicon we are talking about, its melting point is 1414 °c. Even the materials in the cpu that degrade at the lowest temps don't begin to degrade till 90+c.
That's not misinformation, it comes directly from AMD's website and losing two years is a bad thing. It's like smoking, it's bad for your health.
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post #45 of 59
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Will people PLEASE stop spreading this kinda misinformation. Going over 62c might effect stability, and possibly take a bit off of the cpu's life span but we are taking maybe a year or two off a decade or more. This is silicon we are talking about, its melting point is 1414 °c. Even the materials in the cpu that degrade at the lowest temps don't begin to degrade till 90+c.
You do know that AMD and intel have different max temps right?


You go get yourself and AMD system and run it up to 90c and then report back to us what happens.

/discussion.
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You do know that AMD and intel have different max temps right?


You go get yourself and AMD system and run it up to 90c and then report back to us what happens.

/discussion.
I'm not saying running an amd cpu at 90c will be fine. I used the 90c figure to point out that there isn't anything really degrading at the 60-70c range. I'm saying running slightly over 62 wont harm your cpu the way people make it out. That being said obviously running way over max rated temp isn't good for the cpu and its going to be unstable and likely loss some of its life span but it isn't going to go up in flames and die in a year for running at 65-70c.
Edited by scyy - 2/3/11 at 12:19am
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post #47 of 59
Ok, how about I put it this way, anything up to about 55c is great. Anything past 55c, your ability to hold a stable clock drastically drops. I can run my overclock perfect at 43c, but if my chip starts getting hot, I need to bump my voltage quite a bit to hold my overclock.

we tell people to keep it under 62c because that is the max temp and any time you are getting that high in temps, something is wrong.
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Ok, how about I put it this way, anything up to about 55c is great. Anything past 55c, your ability to hold a stable clock drastically drops. I can run my overclock perfect at 43c, but if my chip starts getting hot, I need to bump my voltage quite a bit to hold my overclock.

we tell people to keep it under 62c because that is the max temp and any time you are getting that high in temps, something is wrong.
I completely understand that, I'm not telling people to go run their cpu at 70c+. I'm simply stating that in the rare cases that peoples cpus do get that hot it isn't going to suddenly up and die the way the person I quoted it made it out.
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well good thing we aren't talking about that. Because yes a chip can handle being pushed that high on rare occasion, but if you have your chip going that high, something is wrong cooling wise. Something caused it, so it should be remedied.

You really shouldn't spread misinformation about temps. The chip shouldn't go above 62c plain and simple, sure it might be able to go way higher, but intel might be able to run up to like 130c if you want, but they are suppose to stop at like 80 or 90c.

video cards are the same, they have a max temp, doesn't mean at that temp it is going to explode, but it is where you want to stop and make sure you are keeping it cool enough.
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well good thing we aren't talking about that. Because yes a chip can handle being pushed that high on rare occasion, but if you have your chip going that high, something is wrong cooling wise. Something caused it, so it should be remedied.

You really shouldn't spread misinformation about temps. The chip shouldn't go above 62c plain and simple, sure it might be able to go way higher, but intel might be able to run up to like 130c if you want, but they are suppose to stop at like 80 or 90c.

video cards are the same, they have a max temp, doesn't mean at that temp it is going to explode, but it is where you want to stop and make sure you are keeping it cool enough.
I'm not spreading any sort of misinformation, as I said I am not recommending running over the rated max. I am saying running slightly over the rated max(65-70c) wont "seriously damage" the cpu.
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