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P55c Operating Temperatures

Posted on 1998-07-09
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I have a P55c (Intel 233 /w MMX) Processor installed in a Asus TX97-E mb.  I have installed temperature monitoring software but, am having troble finding the temperature specs for the processor any help would be great.
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80 degrees Celsius is the absolute maximum for any Pentium.
60 degrees is hot, but stable.
40 degrees is average (in my cold British house anyway!)
20 degrees would be perfect, but rare on anything over 133 MHz.

Your 233 will run at the hotter end as it is pushing the silicon hard, but around 60 degrees should be fine
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