Settings in bios

  STEVE71163 11:40 04 Feb 2003

I have just looked in the bios under system health and it shows system as 27c. Would this be mainboard temperature or chasis temperature as i am trying to configure h monitor?


  MalcSP 12:33 04 Feb 2003

the system or as you put it the chassis temperature. Most would be overjoyed if we could get a processor temperature as low as 27c. We'd be overclocking like mad.

  STEVE71163 12:47 04 Feb 2003

Thanks for replying MalcSP. The system temperature is not the proccessor is it? As i have a seperate temperature of cpu 47c which i thought was the proccessor temperature.

  MalcSP 14:15 04 Feb 2003

The system temperature is not the processor temperature. It is the temperature within the case. 47c is a nice cool processor. Only start being concerned when it gets over 60c on your processor. The system temperature is all right up to about 36c. However, any more than that and your processor will likely overheat. Processor temperature is the more important.

  STEVE71163 14:29 04 Feb 2003

Thanks MalcSP. I thought i had it right i just wanted to check.

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