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Old 03-01-2006, 08:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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does some one know of a site that i can find my system specs tolerances on?

i have ?'s about my speedfan numbers and so forth just want to find what if i am within the optimal temps speeds and so forth?

i have an older HP(i know) but it runs beautifully cause i maintain the **** out of it.

hp doesnt provide any info or i just am to tired of navigatin the useless engine they have?

any suggestions or direction pointing would be welcomed


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Old 03-01-2006, 08:49 AM   #3 (permalink)
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what my system specs or

i am just lookin or wondering if there is a site out there that will give me this info

i do not have the owners manuel or any documentation on this computer
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tell us your system specs, and your system temp, and we will help you.
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Old 03-01-2006, 10:14 AM   #5 (permalink)
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its not that i need help just curious its old its a

celeron 700mhz
512pc133 ram toshiba which registers at 504
40 gigs on two hds life
one maxtor @7200 life 96%
and a seagate @5400 life 98%
added fan which is like 3750 rpms
hercules fortissimo 3 sc
****ty ati radeon 7500 vc pci

the rest is stock brio 410 ba

it suffices for what i do although this winter i have really learned alot and looking to onvest very soon
lookin to build my own

alright to the ?
i am running at 27c on hard drive one with a green check

only one sensored and the temp fan one reads 22c with a blue down arrow

temp fan 2 reading at 23c with the b arrow down

i was told that some moisture can build from running to cold
dont know about that just what some one wrote in a forum
and another person said that there are failsafes fer running to cold I.E. it wont hurt the cpu
just wondering

numbers from everest home
bios updated everything updated fer that matter
other than graphics rendering i have no problem with performance
i can run a lot of tabs in opera like 15 and run programs with all my safe gaurds
antivir 7
OP firewall
spybot resi.
and trojan hunter
task manager reads very low cpu useage
ram useage never running more than 225 rarely even that high
my memory read off of TM says right now with all running two tabs messenger and what was listed above all running
cpu 5% to 12%
PF at 276
Phys Mem total
289 range
sys cache
181 range
processes 25
cpu usage at bottom bar 29%
commit charge

alright take it easy on me i know this **** is ancient but it runs like new
and i am laid off and my bills inhibit upgrades
i feel like i am gonna getted ripped up and flamed like **** but here you go
yes i had way too muchg coffe to sorry if this got outta control
OS / xp sp1
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those look like good temps for your machine.

i agree, it is very old, but at least it works for you...

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