Originally Posted by Toasted
Ok so the bios temperature is 43 degrees C max. I am not sure if that is high or no... for a i7.
There is one case fan...(I am not good when it comes to plugging in/out the wires)
Edit: I believe that this computer is overclocked (Is there a way to find out?), would that affect anything to the temperatures?
If the temp for your i7 is at 43c and holding steady its good for now.
If you think you maybe overclocked, go back inside your bios and see if anything notes it being pushed passed its default clock speed.
If you can reset your bios to minimal settings and save it, check your bios hardware mamangement and make sure everything is good.
Reboot and go back to bios, if you see your default speed and your cpu holding 43c or below, you have nothing more to worry about.
Keep an eye on your cpu cores tempature, if it starts going passed 60c and starts to reach 90c, do not risk it and just shut it off and come back here for help or call intel directly.
Core i7's i5's and i3's can only withstand a high heat of 110.