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Old February 23, 2009, 09:00 PM
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Originally Posted by D4ng3r View Post
I am NO expert, but on stock cooling those look about right... nothing wrong with that. Start to look for better cooling if your gpu goes above around 90, or your cpu goes above 60 (anything higher and you may jeperdize life time on the cpu, dont know if that is a factor for you).
Look at most stock computers (ones you buy from the store). Its not like they have any good ventilation, or fans, and they use the stock heatsink.. they'll get above 60*C.
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