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portorock

Member
Joined
Feb 2, 2001
Location
Quantico, Va but am from Queens, NY
I have the Gigabyte GA-7vrxp (KT333) I was wondering if there was a way to get a more accurate temp reading from the cpu. Right now, My XP1700+ @Default voltage is reading ~56C from Sisoft, and I have the AX-7 with the BIG Delta on it (huh, did you say something?):) Problem is, the board has a cheesy thermistor to read the temps and I don't trust it. The board is not supported by MBM5 th latest version, and I don't have the $$ to buy an external temp reader like DigiDoc. Thnx
 

Kendan

Senior Punk
Joined
Aug 27, 2001
Location
Dark side of hell
You can get something like a compunurse for around 15.00. Or you can get a temp probe at radioshack, I believe there are a couple of threads on using the radioshack indoor/outdoor thermomitor. I would do a search on these forums using the search terms (radio shack + temperature + probe) and see if there are any good directions. Good luck!!!