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GA-7ZXE wrong CPU temperature?



 
 
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Old July 26th 03, 01:06 AM
llywiwr
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Default GA-7ZXE wrong CPU temperature?

GA-7ZXE
When I boot up from cold with a room temperature of about 25 deg. C. my CPU
temperature immediately shows as 35 degrees. Is this a fault with this
board?


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Old July 26th 03, 03:04 AM
Bob Davis
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My 8KNXP does the same thing, and I was told (on this newsgroup) that the
CPU heats up very quickly and the 10 jump may be normal. Frankly, however,
with the fan running I would think the warmup would take longer.

"llywiwr" wrote in message
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GA-7ZXE
When I boot up from cold with a room temperature of about 25 deg. C. my

CPU
temperature immediately shows as 35 degrees. Is this a fault with this
board?




 




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