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Well a while ago i had major problems with the CPU overheating and eventually blew up the computer and screwed up the hard drive. So i got everything replaced - cpu & fan, hard drive, motherboard. quite costly :blink:

Anyway ever since i had the new cpu and fan installed (about 4 months or so :whistling: ) i haven't been able to get a steady temperature. I have Everest Home edition and the tempreture constantly jumps anywhere from 3 degrees to 50 odd

Is there anyway i can get a steady temp?
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I dont trust temperatures from software. I use a Fan Controller with a temperature display. The thermal probe sits right on the CPU or GPU or HDD and tells you a very accurate temperature the instant it boots up. I can then change the fan speed when I play games. My GPU is 40 celcius under load. Speedfan tells me it's -3.

Edited by sarahw, 21 January 2007 - 03:28 AM.

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