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Normal CPU temp.

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by D. Shadow, Apr 12, 2008.

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  1. D. Shadow

    D. Shadow Thread Starter

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    ok guys, i recently ordered the AMD Athlon 64 4000+ 2.40GHz (San Diego version)

    and what i noticed was the temps was a bit higher than that of my old 3500+ (2.20GHz)
    41'C for the 4000+
    25 to 35'C for the 3500+

    is this normal due to the clock speed of the 4000+?? or is it because of some other physical factor?

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  2. crjdriver

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    That temp is fine. There are many things that affect cpu temp;
    Ambient temp
    Case airflow
    Type of hsf

    Next I cannot see replacing a 3500+ with a 4000+ You are not really going to see much in the way of improvement at least not enough to justify the cost of the cpu. If you went to a dual core, then you might see some improvement [if you use multiple apps]
     
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