Discussion in 'Cases, Modding and Gallery' started by IGDIABLO, Dec 2, 2003.
My xp 2000+ is running at a cool 97oC which is pretty cool
you're talking Farenheit right ?
its running at 97oC, thats ok isnt it>?
Ummmm 100*C is the boiling point for water...If your system is stable, I'm thinking that you might have a BIOS that's severely miscalibrated or the temp sensor itself is whacked. If that temp sensor is acurate, you'd have a fried CPU by now.
Hehe 97*c!!! Would You Like Bacon With Those Eggs!!!
There's no way this is the real temperature. I think the max it can stand is 90C.
The highest temperature that processor is rated to run (stable) for extended periods of time is 65*C (127.5*F), and that's hot enough. If your CPU was truly running at 97*C (that's 175.7*F!), you'd definately smell smoke by now... and where there's smoke, there's fire baby.
IMHO, your thermal sensor is defective. If you really want to know what temps your system is running at, pick up a fan control bay with thermal sensors. That'll give you a much more accurate idea of what your system is really running at.
yeah 97*C, blimey, i thought mine was getting warm when it reached 50*C the other day while like 4 scans were going on at once lol, it must be a defective sensor, no CPU could run at that speed while still being stable, if i had seen those temperatures i would have jumped out of my window and left it ~runs away~
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