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Re: How hot is hot! for a cpu?



On Thu, 2007-07-26 at 17:50 -0400, Bill Davidsen wrote:
> Aaron Konstam wrote:
> > On Thu, 2007-07-26 at 10:16 -0400, Yang Xiao wrote:
> >> amd/sparc/powerpc/motorola/intel x86/PIII/PIV/Xeon/core Due/quad
> >> core ?????
> >>
> > Good question. I have a laptop with a Pentium M processor but
> Pentium IV
> > info will do.
> 
> No it won't, a P4 might typically run 42-55C depending on load and 
> cooling, a Pentium-M or Core2 I would expect 8-10C cooler. Obviously 
> ambient counts, but 10-12C above ambient for P-M or Core2 is ballpark 
> for the assorted six in this room. 
Since I asked for help , I should not argue. You are right that 
the Pentium IV and M are not the same, but consistantly I  find that
the Pentium M has a higher maximum temperature. 100 deg. C is listed as
the max.


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