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Will this temp mod work?

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drydog

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Feb 3, 2004
Location
MO
Hi All;

I just finished installing my Giant III. It wasn't as hard as I had expected. My question is this. I wasn't one of the lucky ones to get a temperature monitor on my 9800 pro. So this is what I came up with.
I have an Aspire Dreamer II case with the temperature sensor that displays the system temp on the front of the case. What I did was put the temp probe inside the Giant III by the GPU. Do you think I will a fairly accurate reading doing this?
I just ran the aquamark03 and my temp showed 102.8 F (39.3C) at it's peak.
I have read many threads on this forum as to what is the maximum temp a 9800 pro should get. I have found many different answers. Any opinions?
Also, Not that it's a big deal but I am all most finished modding out my system. I have seen many awesome pictures of modding systems. When I finish sometime Monday I will share mine. All feedback both good and bad would be appreciated.
Thanks and Respects
Bill
 

HousERaT

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Apr 9, 2004
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Imladris
just be careful that if you hook up an external thermal probe to your GPU that whatever it's connected to isn't easily touched..... did that years ago and everytime I touched the temp monitor if I had any static electricity in me it would discharge and freeze up my computer..... I got tired of rebooting from that an uninstalled it.... :-/
 

redface

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Feb 28, 2004
Location
Asia
Maybe you should calibrate for temp difference between the temp on top of gpu die and the surroundings....i don't know how much you should add....