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Created On: 01/17/2009 03:18 PM
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 01/17/2009 03:18 PM
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[RevC]wtf
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Hi.

I wud like to ask a question. Is this normal?

When i surf on the internet then my CPU fan speed is 2500-3000rpm and temperature is 38-41. When im playing hard games like grand theft auto 4 crysis warhead left4dead etc then i have this: CPU fan speed: 5500-6000rpm and temperature is 49-57. Iv never seen/heard about this frikking speed of a cpu cooling fan. or its normal for quad core processors? what should i do if its not normal? what happens if i wount do it?

my spec:

CPU: AMD PHENOM 9550 QUAD CORE 2,2GHz (not clocked)
Videcard: nVidia geforce 9600 GT
Mobo: Asus m3n78 PRO
Mem: 4Gb ddr2 800Mhz


Thanks alot AMD!!
 01/17/2009 04:26 PM
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Billybob7
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If you are using the stock heatsink, those speeds and temperatures are 100 percent normal. The fan speed is determined by a thermal diode on the fan and by your motherboard. Four cores on a processor produces a lot of heat and you either dissipate that heat with a huge heatsink or a fast moving fan. AMD chose the latter for their stock units.

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