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Thread: Are These Temperatures Dangerous?

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    the "mainboard" temp in red is 54 deg Celcius if you can't read it

    edit:this is with an amp athlon 1900+ xp (under full load which is obvious from viewing the picture)

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    if the 52 is your cpu, it aint to bad. since im guessing its under some load at least.

    the thing i would worry about is your 12v line, seems a bit to high.

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    what would cause the 12v line to be high? anything I can do to change it?

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    it's nothing to be too worried about (the 1900 is rated up to 85 degrees celsius, i believe), but you might want to think about a better heatsink and/or fan to bring the temp down
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    Originally posted by apunkrockmonk@17 December 2003 - 03:08
    what would cause the 12v line to be high? anything I can do to change it?
    dont know why its so high, but you could check it in your bios, because sometimes programs arent that accurate, so double check temps and vlotages in bios.

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    well, ur running 5 bt&#39;s. lol. but 54 for mobo is a bit high. do u have any fans?

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    actually, recently when i had the computer open, i booted it up... and i accidentally knicked the fan with my hand and it broke a blade off.... the result is a very very noisy fan (causes the case to vibrate) but i don&#39;t believe it caused the temp to rise much if at all... this is just a cheap emachines i got a year and a half ago for &#036;400 somthing i believe... i just need it to last my another year or two... although i&#39;ll probably pick up a new fan as soon as i can.... i can&#39;t stand the noise much longer.

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    I don&#39;t think that program is reading properly.
    HDD temp of 49C?
    Where do you live..Hell?
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    @abu... i&#39;m also encoding finding nemo into a kvcd and writing an english paper... i&#39;m sure the paper isn&#39;t influencing that much

    @clocker... its most likely reading right, when i turn it on in the morning the hd is usually at 14-16 deg... case has no fans... other then the psu one... thats most likely why

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    Add a case fan.

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