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Well i have the geforce 6600 PCI Express x16 one...

So, what exactly is the system temperature?
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System temp is basically mobo or northbridge temp
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k, well at least my computer doesn't shut off when I'm playing an intense game, so I'm not really worried
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My processor idles at 100 F and under full load 111 F because I have 3 110mm case Fans and My processor is a Pentium D. So I would get 2 PCI case fans for 16 bucks Staples has them. I heard they work well.

Edited by Matt @1230, 17 August 2005 - 08:41 AM.

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I think That Might Be Normal Cause Intels Run A Lot Hotter Than AMD's Thats Why I HAve An AMD Myself
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