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Lorek
01-26-03, 05:09 PM
I have a 2.4 ghz running at 133 FSB and its avg temp goes anywhere from 47-55Celsius is this safe or do i need to get another fan. I have two fan's connected to it as it is. along with the cup cooling fan.

ScrewU2
01-26-03, 05:26 PM
I think so but I am not totaly sure. Wow such a fast processor with such a low FSB. My FSB is 400mhz which I really wanted 533mhz FSB.

Lorek
01-26-03, 05:57 PM
its running at 2400 mhz right now if i up the FSB it could prolly go higher but 57C makes me a little nervous.

ScrewU2
01-26-03, 07:52 PM
Don't worry about it if the PC is preforming to your expectations. I am not sure how many degrees F 57C is but I know the highest temp you would want to go is about 200F.

wareagle
01-26-03, 08:11 PM
57Cx1.8+32=134.6F

Set
01-26-03, 08:21 PM
57c is geting up ther might wanna look into a better cpu cooler

Cameron203
01-26-03, 10:47 PM
Originally posted by ScrewU2
Don't worry about it if the PC is preforming to your expectations. I am not sure how many degrees F 57C is but I know the highest temp you would want to go is about 200F.

Ahh... I think water boils at 212 F. Unless you use your pc to fry up some jimmy dean I would try to keep temps a little lower.

http://www.scorpiosite69.freeserve.co.uk/temperature.htm
here's a convertor

57C is like 135F I think intel P4 maxium temps [don't quote me on this] but I believe they say they run up to 72C or something which is 162 F, and I believe amd's run a little hotter maxium temps being >1ghz 95C which is 203C but like I said you run a cpu at 203 degrees you mine as well throw two strips of bacon on it because by the time the bacons done so is the cpu