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Old 05-08-2008, 07:00 PM   #21 (permalink)
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How much does a house cost at the north pole then...?
24 degrees celcius is about 75 degrees fahrenheit, as far as I know the north pole just a tad colder. My E6550 used to idle at 16 before i started overclocking...........
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your e6550 did not idle at 60F...

It's not very respectful to come onto forums and in your first insult a well reguarded member.

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Wow Flaming on the first post... way to go, I think somebody should go to the T.F. Hall of Shame
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No inuslts or flamming, I was nice this time.... Which is rare.
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You really should have bought an Arctic Freezer Pro 7 instead of that Rifle Coolermaster cooler
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How much does a house cost at the north pole then...?
Would it help to take a screen shot, or is there ways of falsifying screen shots, and would it still not be valid.
And if I do what should I include in the shot?
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The thing is Temp sensors are not always correct.

So even if it's telling you one thing it could very easily be wrong.
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Even if I'm using multiple programs to monitor the temp?
Also, aren't I using the same temp programs as everyone else?
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All those programs all get their information from the same source. The built in temp sensors in the cpu.

So if the sensor isn't reading properly then you'll get the same wrong temp in all of them.
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But I'm going to start to OC. Won't I be in danger of damaging the CPU if I'm getting wrong readings. How do I know if the temp's are accurate or not?
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