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I wondered about something...is it normal that my Athlon has a temperature of 58°C (138°F) ???????????????????
Isn't it too much???:confused:

I use a Taisol Aqua690 fan and a MSI K7T turbo-r motherboard.....and I'm a newbie !!!!
 

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It's normal, 60 C are normal for athlon processors with standard fans.
If you want less then 60 C, you may buy a powerful cooler like the Titan Majesty.
 

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i don't know if it is normal(i only have a 750mhz t-bird at around 50C with a standard fan) but i suggest you get a better fan+heatsink+thermal compund, high temperatures are known to shorten the lifespan of pc hardware.
 
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I have an Athlon T-bird 1.2ghz running on a Soyo motherboard and my CPU temp. never goes above 53 C. I would say your system is running a bit to hot. You'd better keep a close eye on it or you could wind frying your CPU real quick.:eek:
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You got a 1.22 GHz and 53 °C
I got 1.33 ghz and now , it's 57°C...I think it's OK...
 

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since were talking about temperature here, my Celeron 466 is usually at 41ºC (measured in the BIOS) w/ a standard fan. I dont think this thing is normal or is it?
bah, celerons suck anyway :(

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Originally posted by Raziel
Congrats Neojag,but you still have a lot to do to get me.
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(reminds me of some disturbed person:D ).
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i miss him...
 

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mid 50's for a 1.33ghz is pretty normal, although you would want better cooling if you plan to overclock beyond that, not to mention a better power supply.
 
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