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Foxxed

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Well my computer seems to get Warm(To the touch) but i never really knew how warm it was until i downloaded speedfan 4.33 (a system monitor program)

and my temps are
Temp 1:41c
temp 2:48c
temp 3:-47c
HD1:39c
temp1:37c(guessing thats my 120g HDD)

and my fan speeds are

Fan1: N/a
Fan2: N/a
Fan 3: 5400-5600RPM(IDK if thats the case or CPU fan,but when temp2 goes up the RPM increase)


So are my temps to hot or No?

If not i was looking at a set of fans from Xpcgear that are variable RPM so i can set the speed
i think their like 1400-3400Rmp in 2 80mm case fans
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Those temperatures aren't warm.
However if the case is hot to the touch (which it generally shouldn't be) then something is wrong and you could maybe benefit from extra fans/cooling.
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I just did a little work on the main 18g HDD(Freed up over 5 extra gigs,cuz i only had 800Mb free)

now My Cpu is running(Working) at 40-42c


Heres the fans i want to get
http://www.xpcgear.com/a1869xb2.html

And i was thinking about getting another 80mm variable Rpm for the CPU instead of the 60mm
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