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Old 03-28-2006, 12:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default need help. cpu runs HOT

i got a question.

i got a tower with 1 80mm fan blowing out on the top

2 80mm fans blowing in on the side

2 on the proc.

my question is.

is it normal to be running at 40-45 Degrees C'

Pentium D 820

2gb 667 ddr2

if not ,what options do you guys suggest

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Well that's pretty normal, mine runs at about 35C. If you really want to get the temp down, get a new fan, make sure there's no dust covering your heat sink at all or maybe just get a new heatsink and fan.


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