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Old 03-26-2006, 01:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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my NVIDIA monitor says my "system temp." is 111 degrees fahrenheight and it's blinking to indicate that thatis too, high. is it??
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it is a bit high for your case temp but not massively so. You might try clearing up your cables a bit to increase air flow and maybe get an extra chassis fan.
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Thats fine. Mine is at 86 but its a different chipset.
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my case is at 90 degrees.
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the case is a thermal take tsunami dream with all fans installed. I told the bios to max out the fan speed at lower temps, but all that did was lower the MB temp by a degree or 2.
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