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FunkyTechnician

Member
Joined
Feb 5, 2001
Location
Baltimore
I was checking the MBM home page to see if my temps were set correctly in MBM5. Could someone tell me the difference between:

1)Primary chip sensor??

and

2)CPU sensor???

My cpu sensor reading reads 27C and my primary chip sensor reads 46C. Makes a big difference it telling whether I'm running too hot.

Amiel
 

scotto46

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Mar 20, 2001
cpu s/b set to via686b-2 - your 40+c is your cpu , your 20+c is your mobo/case temp.
Hope that helps.