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Old 01-11-2008, 07:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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My board stays at 45C is that really hot for a motherboard?
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how do you tell the temp of your board?
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You can check it at bios on hardware monitor but i have a program called asus pc probe it tells me the tempature of my cpu and monitor getting it from the bios so i wont have to check in bios.
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You can check it at bios on hardware monitor but i have a program called asus pc probe it tells me the tempature of my cpu and monitor getting it from the bios so i wont have to check in bios.
PC-Probe , tells you the outer temps of the CPU not the CORE 0 and CORE 1 temps (which are the real temps). I suggest you check your temps in SpeedFan or Coretemp.
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Default Re: Tempature of your board

Your board temp seems a little high compared to mine. Mine runs about 35-40c at full load depending on room temp. It could be due to you case and airflow. I have a huge case and 11 fans, so that could be the difference. Still, I don't think it is to high and something to really worry about. If you could drop the temps, of course it would be better overall for everything as cooler is better.
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