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Old September 4, 2007, 07:36 PM
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There are thermal protections within the BIOS that can be setup to throttle back the CPU and even shut-down the computer if a threshold temperature is reached.
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Old September 5, 2007, 04:55 PM
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Herm... I'm still wondering, since my cpu did reach those temperatures, and everybody is exclaiming its extremeness.... would it most likely be damaged??
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Old September 5, 2007, 05:10 PM
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Herm... I'm still wondering, since my cpu did reach those temperatures, and everybody is exclaiming its extremeness.... would it most likely be damaged??
I doubt it is damaged.

Symptoms i have seen of a dieing cpu are failure to post/boot at anything above stock v or fsb or freezes shortly after booting. I have killed a couple of pentium D cpus from relatively high v and temps for long periods of time.

Short periods at those temps should be ok but should be avoided to maximize longevity. Every chip is different tho so there is no guarantee
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I installed an E6400 last night andI'm getting similar temps with stock HS and fan. 44C at idle and 52-54C under orthos. I guess I'll get some aftermarket cooling if I want to oc.

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I have a 6750 with an arctic cooling freezer 7 pro (25 bux), idles at 24-27 and loads at around 35-37 with 7 copies of cpu burn running (I will test with a better method soon).
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