Posting IDLE temps just for fun !

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  1. lehtv

    lehtv Ancient Guru

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    It should of course be developed and tested properly, and the hardware within a home AC system wouldn't probably be the same as in a PC case AC. I imagine that with the proper resources to develop it, it'd be a feasible way to cool the system. Not saying it'd be a financial success though
     
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    i had an itching to do something that night. so i found a cardboard box, some duct tape and a flexable dryer vent/hose. everything else just came in to play.
     
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    here are my Idle Temps...Just browsing...

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    u hear no fans at all here, hehe..And one sensor is stuck downwards..its the core with 40C° it doesnt go lower then that, but the sensor is ok when it gets hotter then 40C° then it works again.
     

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    Here are mine idle temperatures... :D
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    I had heard that the CPU temperatures sensors are notoriously inaccurate, and more so the lower the temperature, and were designed to measure (at least for the Intel) the distance to TjMax, rather the actual temperature?

    Anyway, here is a screenshot of my AIDA64 Sensor Panel:

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    Approximately 20°C ambient.
     
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    Cooler Master Hyper N620 :)
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    Pillmonster, was that right after cold boot? :p
     

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    No, but I don't blame you for thinking that. :)

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    You didn't mention your room temperature.

     
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    I'm not sure, but when I drove home about 2 hours ago the outside temp sensor in my car showed 14c....
     
  14. pokerapar88

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    Thank you guys for posting, in just a few hours this post became pretty interesting. I'm breaking the rules a bit and with this HWiNFO64 i measured lowest temps at idle and highest in CPU and GPU while using Prime95 and FURMARK so temps were recorded.
    Check MIN (idle after 5 min or so) temps and compare to MAX (using 100% load on both GPU and CPU) temps.

    here we go:

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    I just bought a Coolermaster V8 and these are my min and max temps after installing it, compared to older ones.

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    So it's 19ºC less for max temp on the processor using Prime 95 (same as before) and around 4ºC less for IDLE. Cool, aint it?
     

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