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Old 07-03-2004, 02:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Well yesterday I got my long awaited new powersupply and NF7.

I was thinking about overclocking pretty soon...

How accurate are the temperature diodes on this, or any motherboard? Is there a general rule over approxamatly how many degrees it will be off? (I use Celcius, BTW)

I seem to be running a strong 36c idle, and I havent really tried to put it under long periods (over 30 mins) of full stress yet, but i will of course do it when I overclock the sucker.

Any info?
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Alright. Thanks for your help.
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