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Old 08-11-2007, 09:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Is this too high of a temp?

I dont have anything OCd, but when i play a game, my AUX in everest is at 50c.
What is aux, and is that too high?


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Default Re: Is this too high of a temp?

I believe Aux is the PSU. Correct me if I'm wrong. Those temperatures are fine.
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Just fine =D
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50 does sound to high for a power supply .... It sounds like maybe you have a low end power supply & its struggling to power your system maybe...
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Want high temps? My quad is running at 60 degrees on all 4 cores while playing wow, listening to xmradio, and talking on ventrilo
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Default Re: Is this too high of a temp?

All 4 cores load at 60C? Oh, you have stock cooling. If you had the Tuniq Tower 120 or Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro w/ MX-1 then I'm guessing those temperatures will drop at least 5°C-10°C.
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50 does sound to high for a power supply .... It sounds like maybe you have a low end power supply & its struggling to power your system maybe...
AUX isn't a PSU measurement -.-
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All 4 cores load at 60C? Oh, you have stock cooling. If you got the Tuniq Tower 120 or Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro w/ MX-1 then I'm guessing those temperatures will drop at least 5C-10C.
That's because he has a B3 Let take this moment to laugh... just kidding.
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That's because he has a B3 Let take this moment to laugh... just kidding.
Oh! That sucks. :laughing:
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That's because he has a B3 Let take this moment to laugh... just kidding.
Nah, yall can laugh, i was impatient, but the G0 is already in the mail from clubIT along with my ultra-120 extreme. Both should be here on tuesday, then this b3 gets to go back to microcenter and become an 8800gts
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