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Created On: 09/22/2006 07:00 PM
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 09/22/2006 07:00 PM
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Speed fan detects the Core temp of the system described below as being between 43-45 up and down wildly. I didn't have this problem until now and he ambient temp is 41C so that can't be it. Bitlord is downloading at 106Kbs but the taskmanager shows the CPU usage at 0% so I have know Idea what to think. Any advice would be helpfull.

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ASUS A8N 939 NVIDIA NFORCE 4 at the southbridge
Powered by a Venice AMD Athlon 64 3800+ (2.4Ghz) processor
1GB DDR 400(PC3200)Dual Channel RAM (soon to be 2Gb: dual channel Corsair XMS 1GB)
ATI Radeon 512MB X1900 XTX (650Mhz) smooth as a baby's bottom
500W PurePower ThermalTake PSU WR0100RU (revised unit with a stable 12v 2.0 rail)
 09/23/2006 08:56 AM
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wait....what???whenever speedfan displays some of those temperatures, theyre not very accurate....i can go from -9 degrees celcius to 40, then 60, then 20 and so on....

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256mb/512mb BFG Geforce 7300GS
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