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Old 01-21-2007, 02:05 PM   #11
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Default Re: CPU, Monitoring, Thermal

very cool. i mean again i wasnt that worried about 37, 38 C but its obviously its nicer to know that that is actually under load reading off of BIOS. i wasnt aware of this tidbit of knowledge. so, thanks. and ive finally acheived my thernal goal. i duno if you guys saw some previous threads i posted but something was wrong with my heatsink the first nite i turned on my comp and it was at 100 c! i turned it off right away and fixed that problem. then for several days i still wasnt happy with temp's so i changed thermal paste, did a better job at applying it, and got my fans in optimal config's and now im at 31, 32 idle. its sweeeeeeeet

do you guys know of any good quality freeware for windows clean up, reg cleanup, optimization? stuff like that...

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