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Asus A7V133's, 1.2 Ghz Heat Problem

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Johnniest5

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Mar 14, 2001
I am using a Thermaltake Super Orb on my Athlon 1.2 Ghz 266 FSB and Asus Probe is giving me a temperature reading at 54-58 most of the time. Is this normal? Or is there a bug with the program?

Does anyone has the same problem as I do? I think I'm using Probe version 2.12.06 or something.

I'm thinking of getting a different heatsink to isolate the heating problem. I heard that ThermoEngine and Swiftech MC462 are very good cooler. Does anyone have any experience with those two?
 

YardPig

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Feb 20, 2001
SuperOrb will not cool a 1.2 well. Recommend one of the hsf's you stated.
Don't even think of overclocking with temps like that.
 

Pat

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Get yourself a real cooler. I had a PEP 66 with two Y/S 26cfm fans. It never got higher than 44*C. Just converted to a Swiftech 462A. Waiting to receive the special Delta fan to see if the temp drop lower than my PEP did.

Pat
 
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Johnniest5

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Thanks all. I have on order a Global Win WBK38 on its way. Although I like the Swiftech MC462 and ThermoEngine better, they are too rare to be on any stores. I can't find anyone that has those. I saw in a review about a Global Win CAK38, but nobody carries that one. I'm not sure if it's even in production yet. Anybody knows anything about it?
 

Remington

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Jan 26, 2001
You should like the Global Win WBK38. Supposed to be good. Whatever you do, get rid of the Orb!

Orb bad Orb very Bad

Run-em Cool

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