What is the average temp of every component in your computer? CPU, Motherboard, and HDD. Mine is: CPU(nasty azz prescott): 32C Idle 42C load Motherboard: 32C HDD: 48C
Average temps in my system are: CPU- 31C idle, 45C load Motherboard- 45C idle, 50C load HDD- 35C idle, 39C load My chipset (motherboard) runs a little hot though.
CPU : around 34c at idle, 50c at work (Athlon 64 3400+) HDD : around 36c at idle, probably up to 45c, I don't really check it often. GPU : 36c at idle, max 55c at work (X800XT-PE)
Oh yeah... I missed the deadline for editing, but my 6800GT idles around 62C... under load around 73C.
CPU: Around 38C idle, 45C Load HDD: Around 40C most of the time GPU: Around 45C idle, up to 70C Max. My computer has been running pretty hot lately, but thats due to it being at or over 90F outside and high humidity for well over a week straight now.
My P4 Prescott used to run very toasty with my old CoolerMaster Aero4 it idle'd at about 50C and 63C Load. With a thermalright XP90 and a good fan on it its more than 10 degrees lower :D
It'd make more sense if you guys posted what kind of motherboard you have...
Intel 865GBF mobo: 31c idle 2.4ghz northwood: 30c idle 35c load Maxtor HD: 31c idle BFG 6800gt 59c idle 70c load.
RevenIt'd make more sense if you guys posted what kind of motherboard you have...
That goes beyond sensible; it's pretty much a worthless post without it. Motherboards can't read the CPU's on-chip thermal probe, so they have their own build into the boards which guesses what temp the CPU is actually running it. On the ASUS P4C800-E Dlx I'm currently running, MBM5 is reporting 39°C idle with +10°C correction factor (so the board is actually saying 29°C). With the same chip, at a slightly lower clock speed, my old ABIT IC7-MAX3 reported idle temps at around 38-40°C without a correction factor at all. So really, unless you're taking temps with an infared gun, there's not much you can compare with threads like this, because the variance is so huge.