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I've done some search, but not too many places has posted LGA775 Prescott temperatures. So let's gather some info on how hot LGA775 could be. It'd be informative too if we can compare those with 478 ones

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My setting:

Speed (Ghz): 3.2 Ghz overclocked from 3.0
Socket: LGA775
Idle Temp(C): 45
Max Temp(C): 52
Mobo Idle Temp(C): 20
Mobo Max Temp(C): 21
Cooling Solution: Kingwin AWC-1 CPU+VGA water block
Case: Antec full tower
No of Case Fans: 2 front, 1 side, 2 radiator
Mobo: Asus P5GDC
Monitoring Software: Asus PC probe
 

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Speed (Ghz):3.4 OCed to 3.85+
Socket: 775
Idle Temp(C):40
Max Temp(C): 47
Mobo Idle Temp(C): 32
Mobo Max Temp(C): 45
Cooling Solution: TT 112 w/ 2 80mm 40cfm fans
Case: TT xaser 3
No of Case Fans: 7+2 modded on(kinda)
Mobo: Abit Fatal1ty 925xe
Monitoring Software:OCguru
 

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From what I've seen, LGA775 have been running cooler and clocking higher. While my temps aren't really for throwing into the comparison, under a 226w TEC and the same water cooling system, load temps were ~30C. W/ a BIX instead of the heater core and a 226w TEC, load temps were ~45C.
 

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I'll tell you mine when i recieve my new comp in the mail soon (within 3-5Days). You mighten have that long but i'll probably post it anyway
 

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Originally Posted by adas123

Speed (Ghz):3.4 OCed to 3.85+
Socket: 775
Idle Temp(C):40
Max Temp(C): 47
Mobo Idle Temp(C): 32
Mobo Max Temp(C): 45
Cooling Solution: TT 112 w/ 2 80mm 40cfm fans
Case: TT xaser 3
No of Case Fans: 7+2 modded on(kinda)
Mobo: Abit Fatal1ty 925xe
Monitoring Software:OCguru

do you have anything to hold up your tt112 or the mobo is strong enought o hold it up cuz i no that thing weighs a ton
 
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