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Heating issue's a hot topic, I have a question

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  • Celsius
  • Heating
  • Temperature
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May 31, 2001 4:29:54 PM

My Tbird 1.2's temperature hovers around 55 - 60 Celsius even when idling, when I just turn it on, it's at 43 Celsius, but doesn't stay there long. Is it safe to just continue with this kind of heat? If not, what should I look at before getting a new fan? Any software/hardware issues to approach?
Thanks for any input.

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a b à CPUs
May 31, 2001 4:39:06 PM

Get a good HSF and a seperate Temp Probe you may well find the temp is incorrect anyway, but even if is not you are high on temp but if it is working ok don't panic too much ....

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a b à CPUs
June 1, 2001 1:35:44 AM

It may be that you need another case fan to get the heat out of the case itself.

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