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I'm not seeing the temp you posted at all. Not sure where that is coming from.
Sometimes Speedfan shows false readings.

Since this is a custom build then I would need to know the make and model of the motherboard to research for any bios updates for that model.
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I'm not seeing the temp you posted at all. Not sure where that is coming from.
Sometimes Speedfan shows false readings.

Since this is a custom build then I would need to know the make and model of the motherboard to research for any bios updates for that model.

I guess i`ll need to instal MB drivers to find out my MB version.. I may not reply for.. Few hours becuz pc may not boot.. :)
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If you have the drivers disk it should say on it what motherboard or motherboards it covers.
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Here are the screenies you asked for before :
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So i guess my MB model is nForce2 Ultra 400 Revision 1? On my MB disc it says nVidia nForce2 Ver.002
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OK nvidia makes the chipset but the motherboard would be like Asus, FIC, MSIm ECS
Can you open the system and look between the pci slots?
There should be a model number on the motherboard.
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OK nvidia makes the chipset but the motherboard would be like Asus, FIC, MSIm ECS
Can you open the system and look between the pci slots?
There should be a model number on the motherboard.


Here`s my motherboard: DFI NFII Ultra-AL
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OK straight from DFI HERE is the bios updates it lists. Now we never advise updating bios unless it is to add a function you don't have. Make sure to read the instructions because flashing the bios wrong can render your system useless.
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