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Old 10-23-2006, 07:05 AM   #41 (permalink)
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Just sharing this photo
I dunno if this is accurate but its got me stuffed y its showing that its this hot
it went from about 80 to 100 in around 2 minutes just in the bios screen.
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Old 11-04-2006, 01:36 PM   #42 (permalink)
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OK this may be a silly question but how can I tell what the temperature on my computer is?
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WOW! Thanks for info dude...i learnt so much frm this topic
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Old 12-03-2006, 03:01 PM   #44 (permalink)
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Hello, My tech forum friends:classic:

I have an 754 Socket AMD Sempron 2800+ CPU.I really only play Halo and UT2004, so I don't need to overclock.{So my point is that if you don't overclock the cpu it will be much more cooler}
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Hello, My tech forum friends:classic:

I have an 754 Socket AMD Sempron 2800+ CPU.I really only play Halo and UT2004, so I don't need to overclock.{So my point is that if you don't overclock the cpu it will be much more cooler}
The only reason that it will overheat is because you raise the voltage to make the overclock stable. But anyways if you don't overclock it will be cooler.
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Is it normal for an 8800GTS to idle at 55 C?

If not, how can I cool it without voiding my warranty?
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PcI-E slot cooler maybe?
i believe newegg has some
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hmm... I'll look into it.

So what's a good load temp for an OC'd E6600? I'm hovering around 45 right now at 1.352v....
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