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Old 03-13-2007, 10:38 PM   #1
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I have just got a different case because I wanted an upright case. Now I'm having a problem with temps they are getting higher. I was at 30C idle for cpu and 28C for MB and under a load 35C CPU but now with the upright case it's 37C for the cpu Idle and 34C for the MB and on it load the Cpu gets to 48C are these temps still good or should I change my cpu fan?
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Do you have any fans in the case? Maybe it is a little more crowded in the new case. Those temps aren't too bad though.
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I don't see any problem with those temps at all. Does the new case have any intake and exhaust fans?
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Do you have any fans in the case? Maybe it is a little more crowded in the new case. Those temps aren't too bad though.
Yeah I just got this Diyx blue led cooler from best buy I'm using that as the intake and I have a huge ass hole in the back also it's a full tower.

Old Case
http://img139.imageshack.us/img139/3766/hpim2375xe0.jpg

New case (still Modifying it)
http://img296.imageshack.us/img296/2170/hpim2379qb5.jpg
http://img175.imageshack.us/img175/5913/hpim2396he5.jpg
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Well, it seems you need a nice matching fan in the rear to help pull the hot air out. Proper airflow is essential to a well cooled system.
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Well, it seems you need a nice matching fan in the rear to help pull the hot air out. Proper airflow is essential to a well cooled system.
Alright I will try that just gotta go to compusa or somthing tomorrow
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