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Thread: What is my IDLE temperature?

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Dec 2004

    Default What is my IDLE temperature?

    1. I closed down all the program down and waited 10 minutes for the temperature to settle. After 10 minutes, CPU temperature = 38C, Motherboard=30C, under the room temperature of 22.5C. (both MBM2 and Asus Probe 2 showed the samething)

    2. I restarted the computer immediately and went into bios.

    3. CPU=44C, Motherboard=30C, under the room temperature of 22.5C. (this is the temperature of the CPU and the motherboard according to bios, and it is immediately after the restart)

    4. I stayed in bios for a couple of minutes.
    after 25 second, CPU=45C
    after 40 second, CPU=46C
    after 50 second, CPU=47C
    after 95 second, CPU=48C
    after 128 second, CPU=49C
    after 220 second, CPU=50C
    after 300 second, CPU=51C
    after 430 second, CPU=52C

    Motherboard temperature didn't change, still 30C. CPU temperature stays at 52C after 430 second.

    So, what is my IDLE temperature? 38C? 45C? 52C? Please answer me! Thank you.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jan 2004
    Placitas, New Mexico

    Default Re: What is my IDLE temperature?

    When you're in the BIOS I believe your CPU runs at 100%, so you're idle should be 38 degrees and your max temp 52 degrees. Both of which are good.
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