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Old 10-21-2006, 11:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Broken sensor????

okay.. it seems i have a little problem... i think.... i hope not

all of a sudden it's saying my temps are 70 degrees celcius in bios!!! i'm having a hard time believing this though... i'm touching the heatsink, and feeling the air its giving off, and its nowhere near hot.... it seems fine to me

i've already reseated the hsf like 3 teams, and i've re-applied my thermal paste as well (artic silver 5).

I'm thinking that i busted a sensor or something, because it's running the same exact way.. and speed fan is still telling me -70 degrees... lol.. i've already put it under stress and not a single problem has come up.. i've reset cmos and everything..

i dunno what it could be.. hopefully my cpu does not get damaged... thankfull i will be in sandiego this weekend and by the time i'm back, my scythe ninja should be in monday in case the hsf is the problem...
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