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CPU temp = 122 F and System temp = 102 f


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For some reason my system is making alot of noise...more so as I use it....

is this a ok temperture?

I also have a temperature gauge on my case and it usually reads in the 80's
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Hi,

Most computer geeks use celsius when talking temps, use this to convert. Your software monitor should be able to read in celsius also.

Your cpu temp is a bit high for a idle temp if this what it was, by idle I mean 5%cpu usage or less. If the computer is stable meaning no freezes, bsod's or crashes I would not worry about it.

You need to try and find the sourse of the noise, possible things are cpu fan, northbridge fan, case fans, power supply, or drives. Can you narrow it down a bit.

If you can monitor the rpm of the fans and see if they change by a great deal.

Also post your full specs or the brand name and model number of the computer.

Rick
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Intel Pentium 4 511 Processor & ECS P4M800-M7 Motherboard
2.8 GHz Socket 775 CPU includes Heatsink/Fan
VIA P4M800 Chipset
mATX, Supports DDR400 & SATA
AGP 8X & 6Ch Audio
Integrated Video

512 DDR 400 RAM
MEMOREX DVR & CD-R Dual Combo
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