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Old 03-02-2004, 09:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ARGH!!!

I know a lot about computers, and I have noticed recently that my SYS and PWM temperatures are going up for no reason. I don't have anything OCed. My CPU is running at default, and it's not getting any warmer, but those other things are. From my understanding, the SYS temp is the temperature of my chipset, and the PWM is the temperature of the area around my processor, where there is power (I'm not sure)

Anyways, my motherboard is the ABIT AN7. I am using the default heatsinks for everything, my processor stays at around 40 C all the time, I have two case fans. One on top blowing out and one on the side blowing in. Any help would be appreciated.
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^BUMP^

Can anyone help me? Or give me any information?
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Old 03-02-2004, 11:09 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Yeah, I'm not worried about my processor, but my SYS and PWM temperatures have been higher than my processor temperatures, and just recently. Usually, they are the lower ones.
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you might want to look at better cooling fans for your case
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