mainboard heat

  tulix 13:59 23 Mar 03

i have just run a pc check on my system and it says my mainboard temp is too high wot can i do?? also my agp data rate is not optimal wot does this mean. i am running xp pro

  Giggle n' Bits 14:08 23 Mar 03

as long at its under say the 35c your ok.

If you computer has an AMD Athlon I would advsie to add a rear 8cm case cooling fan, also check to see if other internal cooling fans like on AGP card & the Heatsink over the CPU is spining.

Excessive dust will not help in blocked fans. Switch off machine and clean carefully with a Can of the Air Dust spray cans. Do not spray too much as it will freeze things.

  hugh-265156 14:12 23 Mar 03

what says the board is too hot?check temp in the bios under hardware monitor or similar tab.while there look under advanced or chipset config and set agp to x2 xo x4 or x8 depends on your graphics card what setting is most nowdays are x4.

  tulix 14:16 23 Mar 03

how do i check for my temp. i do have an amd athlon and also a rear cooling fan.problem is now i think it may be on the wrong way round.if possible. Added it myself without knowing too much about computers

  tulix 14:17 23 Mar 03

sisoftware sandra

  hugh-265156 14:31 23 Mar 03

its best to check in the bios as its more accurate.reboot and keep tapping delete or F1 F2 etc(it should tell you on screen which button to press)once in the bios look for hardware monitor or temperature etc see what it says.30ish for board is normal and i would say anything up to 60C for the processor should be fine.

  tulix 14:46 23 Mar 03

thankyou i will check

  hugh-265156 15:04 23 Mar 03

my pc has been on for about 4 hours or so now just on internet and [email protected] running and in bios board is 31C processor is 40C if gaming this will be hotter.i have a p4 but athlons run hotter.if i use aida32 click here or motherboard monitor click here and check temps they say board 31C processor 26C hard disc 27C

  tulix 19:07 27 Mar 03

thankyou all. i am led to believe that my pc is an hot runner

  Rayuk 19:12 27 Mar 03

May be of hwlp to you regarding airflow
click here

  tulix 19:16 27 Mar 03

thankyou Rayuk that is most interesting and helpful. tulix

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