CPU Temperatures!

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I've just got this new chasy fan setup and i was wondering if it was working!

CPUTIN is 41 degrees celsuis

I'm running a core 2 duo E4500 and their Temperatures are
Core#0 : 31 degrees celsuis
Core#1 : 30 degrees celsuis

Hard disk drive is 38 degrees
GPU core is 67 degrees... with no onboard fan.

ive got one fan blowing in at the back, another sucking air out at the back and on the side ive got another one sucking air out.

can enybody tell me if these figures are normal... or should i recheck my setup??
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Well I'm wondering about your system temp. 127C? Where is that heat coming from?

Your CPU temps are perfectly fine. Your GPU might be running a little hotter than usual (If that is under no load)
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yes... this was after a some intense graphics that was going on for about 3 houers... so i think it isn't too bad...

the system temp. is correct. the software im using isn't picking it up. it just stays at 127, so i think its not monitoring correctly. the other figures are more accurate.

well if the rest looks good, then i guess my chasy fans are doing their job.
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If I read your post correctly, you have two fans on your chassis, each blowing outward. You want at least one fan bringing cool air into the system, and at least one exhaust. You shouldn't have all fans blowing out.

Also, what size are the fans? I personally don't use anything other than 120's on my chassis, since they can move more air while spinning at lower RPMs, which cuts down on noise.

Any info about your CPU cooler would be helpful as well.

As for your CPU temps, I'm running an overclocked C2D E6750 and both my cores idle at around 24C, with my processor as a whole idling at around 42C, so your CPU temps seem a bit high in my opinion.
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no at the back just under the powersupply fan... ive got one blowing in air, and just under that one sucking out air. then on the side if got another identical one blowing out... so ive got 1 blowing in and 2 sucking out warm air.

what i know about the fans is their 12v, 0.18A and the model no is:F802512SH. 80 millimeters.

would that do the job... or should i reconsider a better setup?

core#o: 36 degrees celsuis
core#1: 35 degrees celsuis

HDD temp. 42
GPU Core: 72
CPUTIN : 45

Core 2 Duo E4500 (Stock settings)
geforce 8500 gt (not overclocked)
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thought off maybe letting the two at the back blow in air... and only the one on the side of the chassis blow out...????
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I'd let the one on the side pull air in. Is it directly over the CPU? Try having the one on the side and the one on the top back blowing in, and the one on the bottom back blowing out.

I still think you might want to consider a better CPU cooler.
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mmm... i will try that setup. maybe it will work better. Thanks.

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