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Anton1382

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Hello everybody. My friend just recently built a comptuer and he has a question about the temperature. He says that the computer is running at 43-45 degrees celcius. He would like to know if that is normal.
His system specs are:
NZXT Guardian Gaming case-black
Gigabyte GA-8I945P-G motherboard
Pentium D @ 3.0GHZ
2GB DDR2 @677MHz
Creative X-Fi Fatal1ty sound card
nVidia 7950 graphics card
ULTRA 550-Watt w/blue led lights
500GB Raid 0 Hard drive
3 fans including-
1 side-panel 80mm tri-color led fan
2 rear 80mm blue led fans

Some input would be great
(input on computer would be great too)

Thanks!

Edited by Anton1382, 13 August 2006 - 07:09 AM.

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Facedown98

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Which component is running at that temperature? The video? Processor? Have him install Everest if he's not sure. ( http://www.majorgeek...wnload4181.html )
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if it's the cpu than that's normal, if it's the case temp than it's very very high, if it's the gfx temp it's normal. Only worry about the temp if it's hitting the 60's
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He said it is the CPU so that is normal right?
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