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Waffles said:
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Originally Posted by Crash

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so should i enable it?

All it does is lower your multiplier/voltage when you're not using very demanding applications, so the PC runs cooler. If you can live with that, then turn it on.

Me, I like my PC on full blast all the time
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In some cases it causes some issues overclocking, so thats why people turn it off.
 

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Originally Posted by Evil XP2400

All it does is lower your multiplier/voltage when you're not using very demanding applications, so the PC runs cooler. If you can live with that, then turn it on.

Me, I like my PC on full blast all the time
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In some cases it causes some issues overclocking, so thats why people turn it off.

oh, well i hit 57C playing battlefield 1942. i didnt think it would put that kind of strain on a 3500+
 

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oh, well i hit 57C playing battlefield 1942. i didnt think it would put that kind of strain on a 3500+

Are you using AS5??? What kind of heatsink ??? CPU Voltage???
 

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you using the stock HSF?
if so it doesnt suprise me. I tryed the stock HSF this morning and to say the least it sux.
 

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you using the stock HSF?
if so it doesnt suprise me. I tryed the stock HSF this morning and to say the least it sux.

yes im using stock. i cant afford anything else at the moment cuz im broke buying the computer.
 

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i wont have cool n quite activated if you overclocking its a load of balls lol
 

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i wont have cool n quite activated if you overclocking its a load of balls lol

im not overclocking at the moment. but i put the temp probe in the top fins of the h/s and it says 35 C
should i go w/ speedfan at 40C or the temp probe?
 

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wot evers is cooler lol!
 

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im not overclocking at the moment. but i put the temp probe in the top fins of the h/s and it says 35 C
should i go w/ speedfan at 40C or the temp probe?

The probe on the heatsink wont be as accurate... You need to place it touching the heatspreader or cpu die, to get good reading...

Untill then go by speedfan.
 

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now its 45 and i found out that my cpu censor was not working and i replaced it w/ my vid card censor and now its not working and neither is another one that just never worked
 

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now its 45 and i found out that my cpu censor was not working and i replaced it w/ my vid card censor and now its not working and neither is another one that just never worked

Your cpu is calling for a better heatsink.
 

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Originally Posted by YiffyGriffy

Is that a Winchester 90nm core? if so that thing should not be running that hot.

newcastle. one question... when i reboot it says cpu fan error do u wish to continue
but it is still spinning and its hooked up to the fan controller. what should i do?
 
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