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Those are actually great temperatures. Anything below 50C is great, 50-60C is getting warm, 60-70C is getting hot but still acceptable and above 70C is to avoid.
(10-24-2011, 09:17 PM)MathieuB Wrote: [ -> ]Those are actually great temperatures. Anything below 50C is great, 50-60C is getting warm, 60-70C is getting hot but still acceptable and above 70C is to avoid.

oh, okay I ran prime95, with multipliers on ASRock extreme utility set to baseclock 100 and multipliers set to 40, changed nothing else ran prime95 and reached temps of 55 max, so I think I'd like to call my first build a success! Big Grin
Done Wink

(Check out your new title Tongue )
(10-24-2011, 09:50 PM)MathieuB Wrote: [ -> ]Done Wink

(Check out your new title Tongue )

haha thanks, I always wanted to build my own, I just got scared off by the parts and I guess the delicate nature of the motherboard and processor. I will post up pictures and such as soon as I have time Smile No more HP or Dell desktops for me anymore!
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