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Solved: Lenovo pc temp okay?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by DJTEEL, Jan 11, 2011.

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  1. DJTEEL

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    my pc is a lenovo,64bit 2.50 gigahertz Intel Pentium Dual-Core.it normally seems to run between 36-40 celsius when idle.is that too hot?
     
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    thats fine and normal...the fan will kick off and on as needed.
    What kind of temps do you get when you put the machine under a load?...if everything is cooling proper should be the low 60s.
     
  3. DJTEEL

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    rarely runs as high as 60..have multi tasked quite a bit (downloading music files,watching streaming video,streaming webcam and several other tasks all at same time)to see just how warm it might get but never even hit 60.. as i remember the highest it ever reached while putting quite a load on it was about 49 i believe.out of mentioning,if i ever get another pc,which will be ceratin sooner or later,i'll purchase another lenovo 64bit dual core..i totally love this thing.i don't know how lenovo rates against the others but i've been won over by them.thanx for the quick reply btw..seems like only a couple minutes went by after i initially typed the question.again,thanks for the reply.
     
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    Alot of people are partial to lenovo
    A good workput for it without having to download any third party software such as prime 95 or superpi,would be the moviemaker....just drag a few pictures and a song for the project..then when clicking "save movie as"...will convert to the file format selected...if the temps are going to go high it will usually do it during the movie creation...if you dont get into the 60s then...you have an excellent cooling system.
     
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