Acceptable core temperature? (T2010)

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  1. Chocobo

    Chocobo Scribbler - Standard Member

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    How high is it supposed to go before I have to panic? It usually hovers around the mid-50s, but it goes up to 60 sometimes, and that doesn't sound right. Shouldn't ULV processors also have less heat?
     
  2. Frank

    Frank Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    Yes and No, they consume less power, so manufactures don't have to add huge heat sinks. But with smaller heat sinks the temperature is higher again.
    Normal temperature is between 40 and 60/65 degree. Nothing to worry.
     
  3. Colourful Zone

    Colourful Zone Using T2020 thru DIY e-PCIe I/F, now using T904

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    Yes, the temperature should be normal. Also, it depends on the surrounding temperature. It is one of the main factor to affect the core temperature.

    In my case, the current environment temperature is about 20 degrees, the core temperature is about 42-46 degree in normal working condition and about 52-55 degree in heavy working condition.
     
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    TabletCake Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Replace your Hard Drive with a solid state drive to reduce heat output. I havn't used my ST4110 much since I did the upgrade but I can tell you my Sony S260 hardly ever fires up the interal fan but before with the old drive did all the time

    ~TC
     
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