I just finished out cleaning 3 of my dust caked fans I could access, which I figured would help but then I see this
Specs from Speccy
EVGA 132-YW-E179-FTW (Socket 775) [B]90 °C[/B]
Is this normal? Or should I start having a fan blow into my case?
The highest temperature I've seen is 94 °C so far.
Speccy usually gives faulty readings for motherboards, mine is at 64 constantly
[QUOTE=Goz3rr;40445517]Speccy usually gives faulty readings for motherboards, mine is at 64 constantly[/QUOTE]
Oh good, HWMonitor says it's still at 88-90 so I assume that's fine.
Hows your thermal compound? Got any dust on that possibly?
Could be late,
but you must get the temperature issue solved as fast as possible.
High temperatures like this may cause damage to your components overtime.
I have a computer over here which constantly had high chipset temperatures
in it's lifespan, it does so weird that it looks like the chipset has been damaged.
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