accurate CPU temp reading

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    Originally posted by RoD
    the two in the front suck air in, as well as the two on the top, the rest are exhaust.....they are quite quiet and work nicely, the case comes designed that way.
    That's an excellent setting.
    Have a link to the case? Or are whe still talking about the Green
    Case of a few topics earlyer? If so, that case looks smooth.

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    do you have a full tower chassis? must be to have all those fan bays.

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    10 bay full tower...

    no not the green one (that holds 10 i believe, and yes i love it), this one is the one the P4 calls home, i think the company name may be on the box gimme a sec to go look.

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    i think it says Nixer Corp, and the model number is

    3-S500-01

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    howdy,
    but i thought that asus had a 10c range problem with their mobos. if you subtract 10c from that number i think you get the real reading. i heard this many times before.
    i have heard this also but i have never been ablr to document it.
    i am happy with the way it's working at the present, if the oportunity prsents itself i will get a probe and check the temps physically.

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    No, I know you were joking. My point still stands.

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    Originally posted by stallion
    i thought that asus had a 10c range problem with their mobos. if you subtract 10c from that number i think you get the real reading. i heard this many times before.
    If that's true then it would really be fooked, never had any
    temperature reading problems with my motherboards,
    both from MSI.

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