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i am currently using speedfan to monitor temps. Problem is whenever my wireless net is connected the readings immediatly jump up by 5-6 degrees. Disconnect my wireless and it drops back down. Anyone got any idea why this is happening.

It is 'Belkin Wireless G USB' i am using.
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Internal wireless card I assume. Do have any idea how hot this sucker gets? It may be giving you a false positive for the motherboard temperature if the card is located near your temperature sensor for your motherboard. You might want to consider a PCI slot exhaust fan to help in cooling if it is running really hot.
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post #3 of 4
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Na it's external. I just plug it into my USB port and away i go. I've cross checked again and again with the bios and it's saying 35 avg (prob due to my vcore being so high) yet speedfan likes to say 42 when the wireless is in. Disconnect the wireless and it reads 35 avg (idle).

One thing that bothers me is, i bought an Akasa Evo33 and is reading the same temp as with my stock HSF. I know that since i installed the Evo i've put up my vcore from 1.5 to 1.65 but from reading what the Evo should cool by i'm a bit worried. Does increasing vcore by that much increase temps that much too? Could it have anything to do with the fact that when changing HSF the bloddy CPU got stuck tot he bottom and ripped out of the socket. Leaving it apparently broken. Leading me to leave it in an anti-static bag for a few days and like magic it worked again.

Edit: The Evo currently has 2 80mm Akasa fans attached. The one they supply is WAY to noisy so that's been zip tied near my NB running at low rpm.
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To add to above. The way my cooling is set up is with the two fans on the HSF blowing the same way. Unfortunatly with the way my mobo is set it means that one of the fans (intaking air) is about 2cm away from the back of my graphics. Just had the thought and could that be doing anything for my cpu being at same temp as with the stock???
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