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Is 37c to hot for my Motherboard?

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G'day OC,

I feel that after 'upgrading' my case my PC has been running kind of hot. Although I do plan to replace the front fan once Minecraft 1.7 is released and money starts rolling in again. drunken.gif

Case: Zalman Z3 Plus (Dual Front & Top Fans. No Rear Fan)
Cooler: Coolermaster V8 with Aerocool Shark Fan @ 1500rpm
Motherboard: Gigabyte H55M-D2H
CPU: Intel i5 650 (Standard Clock)
GPU: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 660 OC (Standard Clock)

Here's a Picture of my heat after playing a game of Minecraft for a hour or so on full settings with shaders for like ~20 Minutes. Im not sure which Parts are TMPIN0/TMPIN1/TMPIN2.


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Thanks in Advance!
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I believe that because the Mobo has passive cooling ie; just heatsinks it depends heavily on the temps. inside the computer so it might come down to a bit of an airflow tweak or two. I had my old PC have it's motherboard running mid 40's to low 50's during most of summer so I think they're fine with that range of temps but someone may correct me thumb.gif
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I think under 40C is very normal. If your mobo parts were 60C, I'd worry.
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yeah ok can i ask the same qustion is this to hot or to cold for my parts thats after some battle field 3 on ultra
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Originally Posted by davcc22 View Post

yeah ok can i ask the same qustion is this to hot or to cold for my parts thats after some battle field 3 on ultra

I would run it during BF3, see what max temps you hit. How much airflow is going through your case and what case? I'm assuming your card is running toasty and heating things around it.
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its an antec 902 with the side pannal of cos i cant ber botherd putting it on at the momnt and the fans are all on low
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Too hot*
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