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Recommended temperatures

Processors:

[/ glow = green, 2,300] AMD [/ glow]

AMD Thunderbird .1 - a processor that is manufactured in the process of 0.18 micron and one of the hottest processors of the company, is able to work perfectly at full temperature of 65 degrees in effort without falling.

2. Athlon Palomino - The improvement of the T-Bird processor, the production process is also 0.18 micron and can work without a drop in temperature of 65 degrees, but it is recommended to descend with it towards the 60 degrees.

3. Athlon Toroughbred / Sempron - The improvement of the Palomino processor is produced in the process of 0.13 micron and is usually a cooler processor and it is recommended to keep it because this process is more sensitive at high temperature of 55 degrees and it is recommended to reduce them even with effort.

4. Athlon Barton - stands for the same process of production of the T-Bred processor, only that its L2 stands for 512K and of course corresponds to everything specified in the section 3.

5. Athlon 64 / Sempron - manufactured in the process of 0.13 / 0.09 trailer, Are relatively cool and thus should be maintained and therefore it is recommended to get off the 50 area.

6. AMD 64 FX - Manufactured in the process of 0.13 / 0.09 from a car, this processor is warmer than conventional A64 processors and it is recommended to drop from 55 degrees.

7. AMD 64X2 - Manufactured in the process of 0.09 from the Macron, this processor is warmer than the single-core processors, but it is still recommended to drop from 55 degrees.

Intel [/ glow]

1. Celeron Tualatin / Pentium3 - Do not pass the 46 with effort.

2. Celeron Northwood - a microprocessor manufactured by 0.13 Micron, has temperature protection that exceeds 40 degrees. In most cases it is difficult to maintain a processor at such temperatures in hot environment conditions like in Israel, so it is not bad to skew the direction of the 45 with effort.

3. Intel 4 -

3.1 - Northwood core, a processor manufactured in the process of 0.13 micron, it is better to hold it at a temperature of 40 degrees, it is difficult to keep a processor at such temperature in hot environment in Israel, so it is not bad if you skew the direction of the 45 effort.

3.2 - The Willamette core, a processor manufactured in the process of 0.13 from a caravan, is known as a warmer processor but also more durable than the Northwood, it is recommended not to pass the 55 with effort.

3.3 - the Prescott core, a processor produced in the process of 0.09 from a caravan, although it has been proven that the processor warms more than the average and 60 this degree is reasonable temperature can be held in an effort.

4. Intel Pentium D - Manufactured in the process of 0.09 / 0.065 from the caravan, are considered warm processors and 65 degrees this reasonable temperature that can be held in an effort.

5. Intel 2 Duo & Quad - A processor manufactured in a process of 0.065 / 0.045 macaroons, is considered a significant leap in the field of temperature and heat emission compared to the previous NetBurst architecture.

In these processors, a digital temperature controller is applied to each core, so it is best to use it (CoreTemp and TAT software use the controller in question). In the E4XXX, Quad and even some E6xxx processors (whose Tjunction in CoreTemp version 0.95 appears as 100 degrees), you can safely reach up to 75 degrees with full effort. For the extremists among you - even the temperature of 80 is possible, but in any case do not pass the 85 degrees at any stage.

In other CPUs, 2 Duo, do not exceed 70 degrees at any point. The maximum recommended temperature is 60-65 degrees.

* The temperature given here is also relevant as a maximum temperature per OC for each type of processor specified here.

In normal use with no overlapping, you can exceed 3-5 degrees.

Chips:

Here the subject is quite general, the chipst depends on the temperature of the package and the circulating in it, so it is possible to improve the high temperature by optimizing the ventilation of the chassis.

The cyst will not change radically if the case is properly ventilated and all the hot air from the processor environment exits rapidly by ventilating ventilators from the rear of the enclosure and inserting from the front of the chassis, assuming that the package is arranged from wires that can interfere with air movement and even block it.

The chipst temperature should not exceed room temperature + 5 degrees, and if it does exceed this temperature then the case is not properly ventilated.

Another way to detect a non-ventilated chassis is to change the temperature of 3 + degrees in the processor effort and heat exhaust to the CPU and heat it instead of through the rear ventilators (air intake) efficiently and quickly.

Did you find that your processor and your computer are warmer than the recommended temperatures? A few points to improve your temperature:

* "Refreshing" the ointment between the body The processor - Removing the body , Cleaning the existing ointment from the body And the processor, applying a new ointment and forming the body Repeat the processor. Also make sure that there is no dust / granules or anything tiny between the base of the cooling body and the core of the processor which can cause extreme temperature rise of the processor.

Do not know how to apply well? Refer to the manual this.

* Cooling and / or processor cooling - Better contact between the processor and the base of the body cooling will produce the maximum heat transfer capacity and thereby improving the processor temperature (also any other chip), help In the directory.

* Dust cleaning - Clean the dust from the ribs of various cooling elements on various components of the computer, clean dust from air intake / air ventilators, and the accumulated dust in the chassis grilles that can block a certain amount of air coming in / out of the case.

* Arrange wires in the package - Arrange the wires so that they are as few scattered as possible, as little as the exhaust line of the fans. If you have non-rounded IDE / FLOPPY cables blocking air traffic, you can round them according to the manual this.

* Ventilation is provided by the ventilators (And configurations) in the directory this. Want to put a fan in a place that can streamline the air circulation but do not know how to drill a hole in place? In the directory this You will know how.

* The fans are dying? (Speed ​​Rotation VS Air Push VS Noise)? Try to revive the directory situation HERE.

- = ::: Solutions did not help? The processor is still hot? Maybe you need a new HSF! Cooling solutions in the next response ;) ::: = -

KEYWORD: The lower the CPU / chip temperature, the better ;)

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Due to the many changes that have taken place over the last year in the field of air cooling, it was decided to add at the top of the list an updated rating for the most recommended aircollars according to budget. Most of the following shrouds are compatible with the latest Socket 775, Socket 478 and Socket 939 / AM2 sockets, but it is your responsibility to check whether the cooling is suitable for your system.

Budget 300-450:

1. ThermalRight Ultra-120 Extreme - The best air is for writing these lines. Comes with six heat transfer tubes. The price is 300 NIS, but it is not equipped with a fan, which increases the purchase price by an additional NIS 50 (or more depending on the quality of the fan).

2. Thermalright IFX-14 - Featuring more or less identical performance to the Ultra 120 eXtreme, 4 comes with thick 8 pipes for heat transfer. Unlike 120 eXtreme, the IFX consists of two units of ribs , Which optimizes heat transfer. In addition, cooling comes with a unit Is added to the back of the XXUMX. Comes with a back plate - requires dismantling of the board. The only disadvantage of cooling is that it comes without fans, which increases the purchase price that is about 10 NIS for cooling only.

200-300 NIS:

1. ZEROtherm Nirvana NV120 Premium - It costs about 300 NIS. In terms of performance, it is very close to the cooling of . Comes with a back plate - requires dismantling of the board. Its great advantage on their faces is the price. In addition to the fact that it comes with a fan - saves extra expense.

2. Tuniq Tower 120 - It costs about 250-300 NIS. In terms of performance, it is most recommended after the Nirvana. Slightly noisy when the fan is running at full power - comes with a speed regulator for the fan. Comes with a rear plate - requires disassembly of the board.

3. Thermaltake V1 - It costs about 250 NIS. Does not require a back plate and therefore does not require disassembly of the board. Comes with a speed regulator for the fan. Shows a more or less identical performance to the Tuniq Tower.

4. Thermaltake Big Typhoon 120 VX - Its price is about NIS 250 - Very noisy at maximum fan speed - Comes with a speed regulator for the fan and does not require dismantling the board.

Budget 150:

1. Glacialtech igloo 5700mc / 7700mc 150mc is intended for Intel processors while the 5700mc is designed for processors .

Arctic Freezer 7 / 64 PRO 2 is intended for Intel processors in the 7 chassis, and the 775 version is intended for processors . The price of the product is 150 NIS.

3. Scythe Katana - The price of the product is 150 NIS.

The data below is intended for further reading and an elaboration of the above. They are not updated at the same frequency but are certainly a source of current knowledge.

Comparing means Processors

* All the Heatsinks are compared with this Were rated according to Cooling performance And not by beauty, also sorted by their noise level, your consideration is the budget.

* The heat elements were rated in relation to the package temperature of 27-29 degrees

AMD Athlon / AthlonXP / Duron Socket2,300 [/ glow = green, 462]

[glow = blue, 2,300] Pentium3 / Celeron Socket370 [/ glow]

Quiet:

Thermaltake Big Typhoon with Silent 120m "m Fan Rating (9.9 / 10)

Thermalright SP-97 with Enermax 92m "m Fan Rating (9.6 / 10)

SilentTower on 2500RPM 90m "m Single Fan Rating (9.55 / 10)

Thermalright SLK-947U with Enermax 92m "m Fan Rating (9.5 / 10)

Thermalright AX7 with Generic 80m "m Fan Rating (9.4 / 10) -> Not available in Israel

Thermalright SLK-900A with Generic 92m "m Fan Rating (9.2 / 10)

Thermalright ALX-800 with Generic 80m "m Fan Rating (9 / 10)

Zalman CNPS7000A-Cu Rating (8.5 / 10)

AeroCool The Phantom Rating (8.1 / 10)

AeroCool Glacier Rating (8 / 10)

Aerocool Rating (8 / 10)

CoolerMaster Aero 7 + Rating (7.9 / 10)

Thermaltake Volcano Silent Boost Rating (7.8 / 10)

AeroCool DP-101 Rating (7 / 10)

Volcano9 on 2900Rpm Rating (7 / 10)

Gigabyte GH-PCU21-VG 3D Cooler-Pro on 2000RPM Rating (7 / 10)

Spire WhisperRock IV Rating (6.5 / 10)

Spire WhisperRock III Rating (6 / 10)

Volcano 10 Rating (5.5 / 10)

ZALMAN CNPS6000-Cu Rating (5 / 10)

Thermaltake Slim Volcano 8 Rating (4.5 / 10)

Moderate Noise:

Thermalright ALX-800 with SF2 on 3200RPM Rating (9.3 / 10)

Volcano12 on 3500RPM Rating (7.9 / 10)

Volcano11 + on 3200RPM Rating (7.5 / 10)

Gigabyte GH-PCU21-VG 3D Cooler-Pro on 4000RPM Rating (7.4 / 10)

Volcano9 on 3200RPM Rating (7.2 / 10)

CoolerMaster Jet 7 Rating (7 / 10)

VANTEC AeroFlow VA4-C7040 Rating (6.5 / 10)

Titan TTC-CU5TB Rating (6 / 10)

Noisy:

Thermalright SP-97 with VantecTornado 92m "m Fan Rating (9.8 / 10)

Thermalright SLK-947U with VantecTornado 92m "m Fan Rating (9.8 / 10)

Thermalright SLK-900A with VantecTornado 92m "m Fan Rating (9.7 / 10)

Thermalright ALX-800 with SF2 on 4800RPM Rating (9.5 / 10)

SLK600 with SF2 on 4800RPM Rating (9.5 / 10)

AX7 with SF2 on 4800RPM Rating (9.4 / 10) -> Not available in stores anymore

SLK600 with Delta60 Rating (9.4 / 10)

SK7 with SF2 on 4800RPM Rating (9.4 / 10) -> Not available in stores anymore

Volcano12 on 5500RPM Rating (8.4 / 10)

Volcano11 + on 4800RPM Rating (8 / 10)

Volcano9 on 4800RPM Rating (7.7 / 10)

Volcano7 on 6000RPM + Rating (7.5 / 10)

Volcano6CU Rating (7 / 10)

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[/ glow = blue, 2,300] Intel Pentium4 / Celeron / D Socket775 [/ glow]

Quiet:

Thermaltake Big Typhoon with Silent 120m "m Fan Rating (9.70 / 10)

Sunbeam Tuniq Tower Rating (9.95 \ 10)

Zalman CNPS9500 Rating (9.70 / 10)

ZALMAN CNPS 7700 Cu Rating (9.55 / 10)

ZALMAN CNPS 7700 AlCu Rating (9.5 / 10)

Arctic-Cooling Freezer 7 Rating (9.3 / 10)

Moderate Noise:

Noisy:

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[/ glow = blue, 2,300] Intel Pentium4 / Celeron Socket478 [/ glow]

Quiet:

Thermaltake Big Typhoon with Silent 120m "m Fan Rating (9.9 / 10)

Thermalright -120 with Enermax 120m "m Fan Rating (9.65 / 10)

Thermalright SP-94 with Enermax 92m "m Fan Rating (9.6 / 10)

ZALMAN CNPS 7700 Cu Rating (9.55 / 10)

ZALMAN CNPS 7700 AlCu Rating (9.5 / 10)

SilentTower on 2500RPM 90m "m Single Fan Rating (9.55 / 10)

Thermalright SLK-947U with Enermax 92m "m Fan Rating (9.5 / 10)

Thermalright AX478 with Generic 80m "m Fan Rating (9.4 / 10)

Zalman CNPS7000A-Cu Rating (8.5 / 10)

CoolerMaster Hyper 6 Rating (8.5 / 10)

Aerocool CPU Cooler for P-4 Rating (7.5 / 10)

CoolerMaster Aero 4 on 2500RPM Rating (7 / 10)

Gigabyte GH-PCU21-VG 3D Cooler-Pro on 2000RPM Rating (7 / 10)

Zalman CNPS6500-Cu Rating (6 / 10)

Zalman CNPS5700D-Cu Rating (5.5 / 10)

Moderate Noise:

CoolerMaster Aero 4 on 3500RPM Rating (8 / 10)

Coolermaster Jet 4 CPU Cooler Rating (7.8 / 10)

Spark7 on 3600RPM Rating (7.5 / 10)

Gigabyte GH-PCU21-VG 3D Cooler-Pro on 4000RPM Rating (7.4 / 10)

Vantec AeroFlow TMD VP4-C7040 Rating (6.5 / 10)

Noisy:

Thermalright SP-94 with VantecTornado 92m "m Fan Rating (9.8 / 10)

Thermalright SLK-947U with VantecTornado 92m "m Fan Rating (9.8 / 10)

Spark7 on 6000RPM Rating (8.5 / 10)

Volcano7 + on 6000RPM Rating (8.2 / 10)

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AMD Athlon2,300 / Sempron Socket64 / 939 [/ glow]

Quiet:

Thermaltake Big Typhoon with Silent 120m "m Fan Rating (9.9 / 10)

Zalman CNPS9500 Rating (9.85 / 10)

Thermalright -120 with Enermax 120m "m Fan Rating (9.65 / 10)

Zalman CNPS9500 Rating (9.6 / 10)

ZALMAN CNPS 7700 Cu Rating (9.55 / 10)

ZALMAN CNPS 7700 AlCu Rating (9.5 / 10)

Thermalright SLK-948U with Enermax 92m "m Fan Rating (9.5 / 10)

Arctic-Cooling Freezer 64-Pro Rating (9.3 / 10)

Gigabyte 3D G-Power BL GH-PDU21SC Rating (9 / 10)

Zalman CNPS7000B-Cu Rating (8.6 / 10)

CoolerMaster Hyper 6 Rating (8.5 / 10)

Thermaltake CL-P0071 Sonic Tower Rating (8 / 10)

Thermaltake Volcano SilentBoost Rating (7.8 / 10)

Gigabyte GH-PCU21-VG 3D Cooler-Pro Rating (7 / 10)

Moderate Noise:

Noisy:

Thermalright SLK-948U with VantecTornado 92m "m Fan Rating (9.8 / 10)

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AMD, AMD 64 / Sempron Socket AM2 [/ glow]

Quiet:

Zalman CNPS9500 Rating (9.85 / 10)

Arctic-Cooling Freezer 64-Pro Rating (9.3 / 10)

Moderate Noise:

Noisy:

Comparing cooling media to a screen

Comparison of fans (for cases and cooling bodies)

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[glow = red, 2,300] * [/ glow] Here::) ) The comparison of the Heatsinkins who were / are in Israel.

The big comparison of all the Heatsinks can be seen in the following link: http://www.dansdata.com/coolercomp.htm

It updates every time a new HSF comes out.

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