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Old 03-06-2007, 08:21 PM   #11
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i wonder how long a pentium 4-m processor in a lappy would last with no fan
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like 5 seconds, mine is a desktop but has A fan like the size of a wallet (4-5 inches ) I doubt it would run very long.
How do you see the temp of the proceessor is that is in the BIOS??
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like 5 seconds, mine is a desktop but has A fan like the size of a wallet (4-5 inches ) I doubt it would run very long.
How do you see the temp of the proceessor is that is in the BIOS??
You can check it in your bios. Most motherboards come with software to check it. Mine came with PCprobe2 that monitors all your fans volts and temps. If your looking to download something get speedfan.
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