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Temperatures?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Giraph, Dec 24, 2004.

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  1. Giraph

    Giraph Thread Starter

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    Well i was using my new computer for about 6 hours or so and the case seemed pretty warm so i decided to check the temperature through the bios... by the way is there an easier way to check temperature? so i restarted and my cpu was at like 124 degrees and my system was at like 102 sorry bout the non celsius lol but is that too much do you think? i just put on the heatsink and paste and im not sure i did that right so that might be a problem?
     
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  3. Giraph

    Giraph Thread Starter

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    it's surrounded by wood? if thats what you mean cuz its in a little space for it in my desk. but i have to go on vacation soon and aaah windows xp won't let me logon, when i type my password it says the program issued a command but the command length is incorrect... so im using another computer for now. :/ i doubt you know anything about that but if you do, help would be great. Oh and i'm having troubles getting into BIOS i dont think my usb keyboard is being recognized very well. it works when i get into windows though. anyways sorry for all the random problems, any help would be greatly appreciated
     
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    thats how mine is - infact its in a cupboard - and during the summer i take the side off the case.

    have you installed any new software or ran any spyware programs on the PC re login
    although - i suspect its a keyboard problem and there are all related...

    change the keyboard back to the normal NONE USB type
     
  5. JohnWill

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    SpeedFan Motherboard Monitor will allow you to leave it in the system tray and you can check temperatures, monitor them, control fan speeds, etc.
     
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