I've got an Asus P5Q-E, C2D 4600, Ultra M998, XP Pro w/SP3.
I've noticed that, by touch, the hot spot is the Asus EPU, which is a power saving engine.
Any ideas of how to direct some cool air to it?
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Indeed. Keep in mind that computer components can easily get to 50C (122F) or higher under normal operations which will feel hot to your hand, but not necessarily indicate a problem. Computer components and hands have different heat tolerances.
There is no real need to cool this chip.
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