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Old 04-30-2007, 04:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question whitch temp should i beleve

i have a penium d 940 in the bios it says it stays about 120 degress farenhieght and i have a program called pc wizard and it says the temp is any where from 89 to 110 faenhieght and bios says the fans are NB fan is 5000RPM and the CPU fan is 2500 roughly but pc wizard says the exact oppisite, so whitch should i beleve

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Default Re: whitch temp should i beleve

BIOS is more accurate
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