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Average cpu temp?

Postby Shinodan » Fri Jun 08, 2012 11:39 am

my cpu is sitting on 43-46 degrees, is that healthy? i have a corsair liquid cooler too.
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Re: Average cpu temp?

Postby trxt3r » Mon Jun 11, 2012 5:12 am

If you are talking about Celsius, then as a reference point my computer runs at 43-48 degrees Celsius too. I do not have a liquid cooler, but I have an extremely powerful fan. When I am gaming on World of Warcraft with all my graphics turned to Ultra/MAX my CPU cores get to 50-55 degree Celsius. I think I can even hit 60 degree Celsius on hotter days. I think that the maximum temperature your computer can handle is the number next to "Tj. Max" which for me is 99 degree Celsius. Hope that helps
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Re: Average cpu temp?

Postby The Coolest » Mon Jun 11, 2012 12:59 pm

46C is fine, for any processor.
It'd really be nice to know what CPU you have and is it under load or when sitting idle.
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Re: Average cpu temp?

Postby Robtl » Sat Oct 11, 2014 9:36 pm

Hello,
Just to comment, I have a Toshiba X70A laptop that uses an Intel I7 4700MQ CPU.
At idle (right now) the cores run at 39 to 41 degrees Celsius.
I did remove the bottom cover from the laptop and have it sitting on a CoolerMaster X3 laptop cooler that incorporates a 200 mm fan.
I render video with this machine and have never seen the core temperature exceeed 92 degrees Celsius.
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