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    Default Athlon Barton 2500+ CPU temp question

    Is 60 deg celcius CPU temp too much?? System is at 35 deg Celcius.

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    Default RE: Athlon Barton 2500+ CPU temp question

    Yeah, that would be a little too much. If you're using the stock heatsink, should be around 50-55.

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    Default RE: Athlon Barton 2500+ CPU temp question

    Hi there,

    Check the picture to see the temperatures I am currently running. When it comes to system temperature, theres a few factors that come to mind; how cool your surroundings are, how many fans you run inside your tower, and how much load there is on the CPU. As you can see on the picture, not much is going on, so there is not much load. My pc is in the basement, so its much cooler, I'd say around 20-22 C. I have 4 case fans, stock heatsink+fan, and 2 fans in my power supply, so obviously, there is good air circulation inside. Another thing that is a factor is the way that you position the fans. I have have 2 fans blowing out (positioned in the back, and bit high), and 2 fans blowing in. (One is in the side window, and one is at the bottom on the front)

    I'd say my temperatures are around normal. 60C Might be a biiiitt high.

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