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LGA775 heatsink and fan


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Chumara

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Does anyone know what the normal rpm for a stock lga775 heatsink/fan is that comes with a Pentium D? mines running at 4600 rpm and I think thats a bit too fast cause my older computer runs at like 2500. is this thing too hot or is that normal?
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is your CPU hotter than usual? or is it just running the fans faster? coz mine is running faster than i need this is no problem if anything it cools it better :tazz:
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my cpu is at 55 Celsius and the fan well.. now its reading as 2400 rpm.. strange.. I think when it was running faster it wasn't getting any colder though does the pentium D just produce more heat because it's supposed to?
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