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Topic Title: sempron 2400 / asrock k7s41gx too hot?
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Created On: 06/24/2006 02:12 PM
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 06/24/2006 02:12 PM
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rjmarx
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sempron 2400+ socket a
asrock k7s41gx rev 1/03
2x 2100 512 mb ddr
ati rafeon 9200
160 gb hd
running @ 1667

cpu freq- by jumper
166 mhz
dram freq- auto
flexibility- disabled
spread spectrum- disabled

overcore voltage- disabled
dram cas latency- auto
vccm voltage- 2.73v
ide driving- normal

ok, my question is
cpu temp is at 105-107 dgrees
m/b temp 91 deg

is this too hot?
might i need more fan power?

please advise.

thank you
rjmarx


 06/24/2006 02:26 PM
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MrWicked1968
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if those temps are celcius, then they're way too high. but, I bet they're farenheit, which means your temps are fine.

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 06/24/2006 10:15 PM
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[quote name='MrWicked1968' date='Jun 24 2006, 01:26 PM' post='1363971471']
if those temps are celcius, then they're way too high. but, I bet they're farenheit, which means your temps are fine.


thank you for the info.

rjmarx
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