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i have my barton 2500+ oced to 2342Ghz. Cooling it with an slk900a(with 80mm vantec tornado turned all the way up), 2 80mm tornado intake and 1 92mm tornado exhaust. 213x11, 1.85 vcore, my asus probe is reading a 29'C idle and a 33'C load(prime95 for 12 hrs). Are my temperatures possible? cos i have read many posts saying they are getting 40-45 load temps, with similar setups.

 

Specs:

Barton 2500+ @ 3200+ 2342Mhz

asus a7n8x deluxe mobo Rev 2

corsair twinx512 pc3200 llpt series

aspire turbo 520w psu

3 80mm + 92mm Tornados

Radeon 9600 pro

Maxtor 7200rpm uata 133 8mb cache 60gb

Samsung cdrw/dvd combo

philips 52x cd drive

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Well, I personally think it could be possible. I've got my 2500barton @ 2.4ghz with 400fsb at 1.675v with a max load temp. of 34c. I've got an slk-900a with a ttscf2 on it. If I lapped my hs it might even run cooler. I'm taking my temps with mbm5 and a probe next to the core. Maybe I just got a good oc'ing cpu though.

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Well, I personally think it could be possible. I've got my 2500barton @ 2.4ghz with 400fsb at 1.675v with a max load temp. of 34c. I've got an slk-900a with a ttscf2 on it. If I lapped my hs it might even run cooler. I'm taking my temps with mbm5 and a probe next to the core. Maybe I just got a good oc'ing cpu though.

are you using a 3rd party device confirming those temps or just mobo and mbm5?? What is the temp in your house?? Didn't think those temps were possible with air cooling. :blink:

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are you using a 3rd party device confirming those temps or just mobo and mbm5?? What is the temp in your house?? Didn't think those temps were possible with air cooling. :blink:

yeah its possible, my temps are really low as well.... not got MBM open jsut now so couldnt give you an exact reading but ambient temp plays a big part in your temp of your computer... the temp in my rooms normally fairly low which keeps my case and cpu temps in check.

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Yea stew but MBM just follows your mobo probes. You need a 3rd party device such as digi doc 5 or hardcano 11, etc. THey have seperate temp probes attached to the unit. That will give you a more accurate temp of your system. But agreed yes if your system temps are down tremendously (which is affected by your room temps) then the processor temps will be a little bit less.

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I believe it too...

 

I'm seeing load temps now of 37C-38C w/ my SP-94 and Tornado. This all on my 2.8 @ 3.51 w/ stock voltage. I've never seen temps higher than 38C, it's normally around 36C-37C. This is all measured w/ my digidoc 5 so the temps are accurate.

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