Systems running hot?
spambox at haruhiism.net
Tue Dec 22 19:18:06 UTC 2009
On 22.12.2009 13:06, Dag-Erling Smørgrav wrote:
> "Daniel O'Connor"<doconnor at gsoft.com.au> writes:
>> FWIW the Core 2 Duo in my "games" machine which is overclocked from 2.13
>> to 3.06GHz idles at 60C and gets up to 75C when under heavy use. Before
>> overclocking it used to idle around 50C (that appeared to be the BIOS's
>> target temperature)
> My E6600s idle at around 35 C in the summer and 25 C in the winter
> (they're in an unheated room).
> 85 C (not 75 C as I wrote earlier - I misremembered) is critical for a
> C2D, except for some Xeon-branded models which go up to 100 C. See the
> comments in the coretemp driver.
I'd still call that a bit extreme. For example, the thermal
specification for 3 of 4 available Core2 Duo that runs at 2.13GHz is
61.4C, and the remaining one has it set to a bit over 60C. Which means
that at 61.4C, Intel Thermal Monitor should kick in and use SpeedStep to
slow down the CPU and prevent overheating.
Intel's mobile Core2 Duo versions usually have that parameter at 105C
because they don't have integrated heat spreaders.
Core2 Quad Q8400 (non-overclocked, 2.66GHz, thermal spec: 71.4C; in a
heated room) runs at 33C / 24C (winter/summer) here.
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