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#1 Keaganw.

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 03:09 PM

Okay,  So I just bought this processor and its the one that comes with a LCS. my Liquid Temperature is at idle is 91.8F ~31c and my cpu temp is 34c.

The main reason I am here is because well.. I do not know the normal temp that this processor should be at, and this is a gaming rig and I am going to be pushing this baby.

please let me know any information you have!

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Posted 06 March 2013 - 03:24 PM

lol google "8150 stock temps", you'll find all the answers you need.


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Posted 06 March 2013 - 03:50 PM

Yeah. did that before I came here -_- no true answers...



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Posted 06 March 2013 - 04:33 PM

Looks like maximum temperature for that particular CPU is 61 degrees C or 141 F. Sometimes CPU temp operating ranges can be a bit difficult to track down, I kinda had to do a bit of sifting myself to find it, so don't feel bad.

 

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/Bulldozer/AMD-FX-Series%20FX-8150.html


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Posted 06 March 2013 - 11:33 PM

Yikes, I typed in google "8150 stock temps", first link was this nice lil article, http://www.overclock.net/t/1147440/fx-8150-temperature-readings/40 

 

KeaganW, just trying to make you aware that spending simply 20 seconds researching on google resulted me with an answer. Most of us have limited time in helping members here and prefer to answer more challenging questions. 


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Posted 07 March 2013 - 12:18 AM

turbo, with all due respect, sometimes things can be a bit difficult. Some of us are adept at searching things out-knowing the right key words and the like, some people dont. Second, that link you provided, is 6 pages long full of people talking about overclocking-and on that page, I didn't see the correct max core temp listed once. In fact, the only person that listed it, listed it as 55C and its wrong.

 

Now, members come here for help because they can't find the answer to their questions anywhere else. Like here, the max temp is not actually that easy-as is apparent by the fact your 20 second search didn't find it. I know you mean well-however, we at bleeping computer believe in helping everyone to the best of our abilities, and if that means taking 30 seconds out of our day to answer a question thats easy to us, then thats what we do, and we do it in a nice, professional manner, because we realize whats apparent to us-may not be apparent to someone else, and theres no need to be rude or condescending towards our members, and I encourage people to come here and ask for assistence if they can't find the answer to their question anywhere else. Maybe its hard to find, maybe they just dont know how to search, either way they won't learn if someone doesn't help them.

 

I suggest if you don't have the time to look up and answer a question, or feel its beneath you, then don't reply at all-move on to the next question, and allow someone else to answer, instead of being condescending-it gives BC a bad image.


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Posted 07 March 2013 - 01:17 AM

As far as i'm aware, AMD usually recommends a maximum of temperature of 61 or 62C for most Phenom II's and FX CPUs although you could run a bit more hotter, usually around the 70C range is the absolute limit. The temps your getting a pretty impressive :)


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Posted 07 March 2013 - 02:28 PM

@90awdturbo  your replies are very un-professional and right now your calling me lazy which I do not appreciate it is very disrespectful

 

@the_patriot11 than you for sharing your information kindly and professionally! and with your 2nd paragraph yes, it does give BC a bad reputation and after 90awdturbo stated what he did and what he has stated since well, lets just say

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Posted 07 March 2013 - 04:47 PM

Keaganw,

 

I don't blame you for the way you feel right now. Please do not let what has been said by 90awdturbo run you off.

 

I assure you that 99.9% of those who help here at Bleeping Computer do not have the attitude that he has. We are committed to helping you with your issues to the best of our abilities. We also respect the fact that everyone has various degrees of computer expertise. We were new to all this at one time and we had to learn a lot of things to get to where we are today. What we want to do is teach you and help you learn and encourage you as you do learn and try new things.

 

His comments and attitude are the exception and not the rule.


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Posted 07 March 2013 - 07:42 PM

Keaganw,

 

I don't blame you for the way you feel right now. Please do not let what has been said by 90awdturbo run you off.

 

I assure you that 99.9% of those who help here at Bleeping Computer do not have the attitude that he has. We are committed to helping you with your issues to the best of our abilities. We also respect the fact that everyone has various degrees of computer expertise. We were new to all this at one time and we had to learn a lot of things to get to where we are today. What we want to do is teach you and help you learn and encourage you as you do learn and try new things.

 

His comments and attitude are the exception and not the rule.

Nicely said, I may visit once and again, and Im in 2 computer classes in my High school right now so I will be of some help(Cisco course and ITE course)






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