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Thread: X# 720Be temperature Vs Reliability




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    Default X# 720Be temperature Vs Reliability

    Anyone have core temp vs reliability for the AMD X3 720 Be? Or maybe for a cpu close to the 720

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    Default Re: X# 720Be temperature Vs Reliability

    What I am looking for is a graph or table of cpu reliability (expected hours to failure) vs core temperature, ie, higher core temperature the lower the reliability/life.

    I think you have seen this before. Its just cpu life verus core temp.

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    Default Re: X# 720Be temperature Vs Reliability

    Ahh, ok! Thanks

    Hmm, not sure where you could find something like that at. It would be hard to chart really with any reliability when compared to others use of the data. I mean Core Temp is relative to cooling and voltages, someone may be able to keep temps at 60 using high voltages and water compared to someone using low voltages and air cooling at the same temp. In that case the person's CPU using air cooling would last longer due to less voltages no matter if the temps were the same or not

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