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Old 28th September 2006, 09:16   #1
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can someone tell me what is a good temperature for compenent listed below:
1)power supply
2)cpu
3)mainboard chipset
4)Harddisk
5)gpu
6)memory
 
Old 28th September 2006, 09:51   #2
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<50
<65
<60
<50
<100
<70
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Old 28th September 2006, 09:56   #3
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is that max temp or normal temp jmke?
 
Old 28th September 2006, 10:58   #4
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Old 28th September 2006, 13:04   #5
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what i mean (good temp) is a perfect temperature to keep the component looooong last before it die.
 
Old 28th September 2006, 13:55   #6
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that would be subzero for everything except caps (they don't like cold temps). Best is to keep it as cool as possible and your hardware will last long enough.

My litlle rule is to keep everything below 50c (except the HDD, I prefer to have it below 45c), but to be honest, that's overkill. Hardware can easily run for years at 70c, GPU's can even go higher.

But be honest, how long are you planning to keep your hardware ? Probably not 10 years, I even doubt 5 years .
 
Old 28th September 2006, 17:30   #7
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5 years or above.
 
Old 12th October 2006, 05:05   #8
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I diddn't know caps don't like cold temps, why exactly? I'm just starting to mess with them in my D.C. circuits class. Why so long on keeping the hardware anyway? I personally prefer to push mine hard so when it croaks its time for something better
 
Old 12th October 2006, 09:35   #9
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Originally posted by goingpostale1
I diddn't know caps don't like cold temps, why exactly? I'm just starting to mess with them in my D.C. circuits class. Why so long on keeping the hardware anyway? I personally prefer to push mine hard so when it croaks its time for something better
if you buy a new hardware you might want to take a good care of it thats why i talking about temperature.

my temp night:
Cpu idle :48c
load :50c
GPU idle :40c
load :44c
mobo idle :26c
load:28c
Hdd : 36c

Day:
Cpu idle :53c
load :56-57c
GPU idle :45c
load :51c
mobo idle :32c
load:35c
Hdd :42c

IS this Good???
 
Old 12th October 2006, 11:12   #10
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it's fine.
 
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