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Old 05-09-2006, 06:22 PM   #11
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wow thats hotter them mine lol, wow cpu is 70
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Old 05-09-2006, 08:27 PM   #12
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im not sure what my load temps are so i'll take a guess

CPU - idle:25C-29C load:40C-48C

GPU - idle:46C load:57C
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Yes, rises in ambient room temperatures will cause higher pc temperatures due to less atmospheric heat disapation.
Your temps are fine for a Prescott (mine is a Northwood, the last of the cool running chips) and considering the temps of your cpu (and thus ambient air temperature) your gpu temps are OK, (I presume you have a stock cooler on your gpu?)
And I also note you have the Asus "idle temp bug" as I call it where your m/board idles at a higher temp than the cpu, I have seen this in 5 or so Asus m/boards so far and have yet to decide if it really is a true reading or a sensor bug.

EDIT: Are you sure that's a 3DMark03 score ??? it looks more like a 3DMark05 score. You should be getting around the 10-12,000 mark in 3DMark03

whered you get that program ?
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that with my forton 350W dual Rail
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Old 05-10-2006, 03:53 AM   #15
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whered you get that program ?
It's Motherboard Monitor 5, it stopped being updated a couple of years ago, so a lot of the neewer boards are not supported, luckily mine was before they stopped updating.
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It's Motherboard Monitor 5, it stopped being updated a couple of years ago, so a lot of the neewer boards are not supported, luckily mine was before they stopped updating.
What kind of mobo do you have ?
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Old 05-10-2006, 04:29 PM   #17
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