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Old 04-24-2007, 08:08 PM   #1
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I have been noticing that my temps are getting higher over the last few days. I have checked all the fans and cleaned out dust and its still like this , will this high of temp damage the computer?

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those tempretures are ok, just dont let them get over 70 degrees.
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Old 04-24-2007, 08:17 PM   #3
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Yeah there good are these idle?
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They're ok, mine usually run at 40ish with only 1 case fan, but I regularly open my case and clean the fans and blow the dust away
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ya these are idle temps
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Run a game and tell us what you get also what are the specs of your comp?
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Yeah try runing a game to see how much do they go up.
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I have a question, I saw speedfan, and I decided to give it a try.

These are my temps:


why is one at 127c? lol?

I have an a8n-sli premium, and I thought it might be my south bridge.. The BUS says nForce2 SMBus. Why is it so high? The Sli-premium has the "ai cool-pipe" for the south bridge, and it tends to heat up. Could that be it?
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DO NOT blow the dust out because these dusts are very fine and can easily get into your lungs. while cleaning your computer, make sure its turned off and the power cable is out. use a vaccum its better.
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