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« on: December 25, 2004, 02:17:08 AM »

Below is a rough guide of the maximum tmeperature most modern CPUs will operate at. These are what the manufacturers call 'critical temperatures', any higher than this and your CPU is toast. Although these are the max temps you don't want your CPU to be operating at these temps because it can cause system crashes and it will reduce the life of your CPU.
   As a general rule of thumb keep your CPU at least 20
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