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Fenor

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I will almost gaurantee it. Like I stated before, Temp1 and Temp2 (the first Temp1 listed that is) refer to the cpu and motherboard (aka System) temperatures. I will get another staff member to put his two cents in so you feel more at ease with what I have recommended. :whistling:

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Hi gerrygauthier...

I think Fenor is likely right in thinking you are overheating. However, in the last screenshot you posted, it shows two versions of SpeedFan showing different readings. Download, install, and run Everest on the machine. In the left pane of the report, expand (click +) "Computer" and then click on "Sensor". What are the temperatures listed in the right pane?

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CPU 91 F
Hard Drive 61 F

Is 91 too high?
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Sorry for the delay...I missed your reply.

No...91*F (33*C) is not too hot.

I don't see any readings for the video, though. Do you have onboard video or an add on video card in a PCI or AGP slot?
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I have a ATI radeon 9800
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Have you checked to make sure the cooler on the card is clean and that the fan spins up?
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