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PostPosted: Mon Jan 23, 2006 9:04 am 
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Many of us wonder what the temperature equivalent is, between Celsius and Farenheit.. here's a quick chart for reference...

Equation from Celsius to Farenheit temperatures..
5° C. equals 9° F. plus 32 degrees.
You can also use the .5° C. to .9° F. ratio.

Celsius....(deg.)......Farenheit
100.........................212 (water boiling)
95..........................203
90..........................194
85..........................185
80..........................176
75..........................165
70..........................158
65..........................149
60..........................140
55..........................131
50..........................122
45..........................113
40..........................104 (upper limit of bodily stability)
35.......................... 95
30.......................... 86
25.......................... 77
20.......................... 68
15.......................... 59
10.......................... 50
05.......................... 41
0.......................... 32 (water freezing)
-05......................... 23
-10......................... 14
-15......................... 05
-20.........................-04
-25.........................-13
-30.........................-22
-35.........................-31
-40.........................-40
-45.........................-49
-50.........................-58 (too cold to think!!)


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cool nice chart

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So what is an ideal range of temp a PC should be running at?


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cavesa69 wrote:
So what is an ideal range of temp a PC should be running at?


whatever it is that the manufacturer lists. :D

i like to keep my temps <40C but it's not necessarily a rule or anything. i think i'm just partial to seeing a 3 at the beginning of the temps. ??

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cavesa69 wrote:
So what is an ideal range of temp a PC should be running at?


depends on the model of the cpu,

the new amd max die temps are 70c but the old ones used to be 95c

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