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does the st6 report temps wrong?

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Old 04-15-02, 12:33 AM Thread Starter   #1
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does the st6 report temps wrong?


I got an abit st6 with a 1.2 cely and the temps are higher than what you guys are getting. I had a bh6 before and my temps were always lower about 10C. Right now I'm reading 47 for the proc and 39 for case, before my case temps were always around 30c. I even bought a new case one of those enermax cases. I only have one fan in the back one fan in the front and the power supply. I have a silver large heatsink with a good fan (made by cool masters). I was looking at the valcano 7 but ran outa money and got this one instead. I'm just a little concerned about the temps as everyone always has way lower temps than I can get.
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