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<a class= Jan 25, 2010, 03:31pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: High temps?
for room temp? No thats normal. Avg room temp is 23 degrees. I guess he is heating it up a lil bit.

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Sebastian Rivas Jan 25, 2010, 04:19pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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>> Re: High temps?
I double checked and I didnt swap the numbers (CPU - Mobo). I'm using speedfan at the moment, and this is what it reports:

CPU Usage: 3.2%

(Fire) GPU: 54
(Check) System: 46
(blue down) CPU: 37
(blue down) AUX: 3 -> (WTF is that?!?!)
(varies) CORE0: 49
(varies) CORE1: 48
(varies) CORE2: 46
(varies) CORE3: 46
(varies) CORE4: 48

ALL in °Celsius

I just assumed System is mobo, I may be wrong. And about the temps after gaming, i checked it again with Prime95, and it does get cool REALLY fast, like in less than 2 minutes it goes down from 60°C to 40°C


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