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    xp1900+ too high temperature

    hi look at my pc. when i work on my computer after 5 hours or so, the temperature raise to 62 C. i think its to high, the temperature will rasie more when i play games. i dont know what can be the matter.
    is the fan too bad for it ???? it has 3200 rpm max or so. this shows bios.

    so must i change the fan ??????????

    the cooler is mounted right. have 300 W psu.

    please help me.

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    What is your ambient temp? The lower your ambient temp, the lower your cpu temp. Plus use silver thermal grease with a good copper heatsink fan combo.
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    works

    so now i have changed mobo with new bios, and new psu, and new cooler. now fully load it has 55C

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