Heat in pc

  Â ÑÌÇKÑÂMË 21:45 18 Jul 03
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Hi, is this to hot for my pc,

System temp 35c/95f
Cpu temp 47c/116f
HDO 46c
No case fan only 1 on psu and 1 on cpu 1800+xp
getting new gcard tommorow was wondering if i need to get a case fan as well.

Regards.

  AMD 4 ever 21:51 18 Jul 03

might be tad too warm cpu...2600xp runs at 52 deg C

  Â ÑÌÇKÑÂMË 21:54 18 Jul 03

ty,how many fans is that with ?

  woodchip 22:04 18 Jul 03

Remove the side off your computer and see how it affects the temp

  The Sack 23:27 18 Jul 03

Tad too warm my bottom LOL it is probably the same core and as the location and fan set up will be different how can you judge it is a tad too warm by comparing it to your system?

46C is fine mate dont get flustered over it, i mean it isnt like its been warm over that last few days or owt is it?

  hugh-265156 23:39 18 Jul 03

it will depend on your room temperature to start with.todays been quite warm here and after 12 or so hours on today my 1.8 is case 30C and cpu 43C.

it sounds ok to me.

  woodchip 23:40 18 Jul 03

Your temps are good you threw me by using the F anstead of C just use C and leave others to work out the F it looks a lot as F but when you consider it's only like a hot day outside

  Azzy 00:30 19 Jul 03

I have an 2600xp and i found that it was getting quite hot over prolonged periods of time, so as a test i put some of my old Skt 7 fans minus the heatsinks in there until i could get a case fan and it has done the job fine and i havent had to buy a case fan.

  Azzy 00:30 19 Jul 03

I have an 2600xp and i found that it was getting quite hot over prolonged periods of time, so as a test i put some of my old Skt 7 fans minus the heatsinks in there until i could get a case fan and it has done the job fine and i havent had to buy a case fan.

  Â ÑÌÇKÑÂMË 13:18 19 Jul 03

Thanks guys was a tad worried but not any more ty.



Regards.

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