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Thread: Processor Temps




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    I'm just curiuos. How many watts does a Pentium 4 2.53GHz on a 533MHz FSB do? What are your temps during idle and full load? Thanks

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    Excellent excellent this is really good, now if only I could get my hands on the how many volts all the processors use. Athlon is 1.75 I don't know about anything else.

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    T-bird thru Athlon XP is 1.75 default
    Pentium 4 is 1.5; or at least the current ones are.

    I can't be too much help beyond that, but if you look at the link above, the last portion of the speed designator should indicate the default voltage of that particular processor.
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    Yes 1.5v for the P4 but here is a good page on CPU electrical specs, http://users.erols.com/chare/elec.htm ;)
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    I have found Wiggo's link before on google, and it is very good reference material.

    But I gotta hand it to you Darth, that is the best link you've posted since www.mwave.com
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