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    what is the avrage computer temp

    can some one help

    #2
    MY PC temp is now 70 F. It goes up to 85 F when playing Doom 3 or some other games.

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      #3
      how do i chagnge the force restart

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        #4
        Originally posted by shadowman2525
        how do i chagnge the force restart
        I give up, what country are you from? English is obviously not your first language...

        And your knowledge of computers is limited...

        I want to help you, but you are more of a comical relief at this point.

        No offense.

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          #5
          His computer automatically restarts when it overheats i'm guessing, it's a setting in your bios most likely.

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            #6
            i cheched nothing like that all there is a read out of the procssor and MB i dont know what else it could be and it is only at 50 C

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              #7
              50 is fine assuming the sensor is ok/etc. What makes you think it's overheating? If your machine is resetting, make sure you've disabled automatic reboots (Control Panel/System/Startup & Recovery Advanced/untick Automatically Restart) and note what the blue screen says, if you get one.

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                #8
                can it mess up my computer if i take this thing off

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                  #9
                  50C is fine? FFS, my PC goes to hell when my CPU hits 27C.

                  I'd leave the setting on, better to have your PC restart then a melted block of silicon on your motherboard.

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                    #10
                    No, it just means you see a blue screen instead of it rebooting. From there it's easier to see what the cause is.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by koopa
                      No, it just means you see a blue screen instead of it rebooting. From there it's easier to see what the cause is.
                      I was talking about the BIOS setting that some motherboards have that restart the computer when certain sensors reach certain temperatures.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by neoflame
                        50C is fine? FFS, my PC goes to hell when my CPU hits 27C.
                        You have something screwy there I think? 50C is a very comfortable temperature for most processors.

                        I'd leave the setting on, better to have your PC restart then a melted block of silicon on your motherboard.
                        I'm still not convinced that the high temperature warning is his problem if it's only hitting 50.

                        I was talking about the BIOS setting that some motherboards have that restart the computer when certain sensors reach certain temperatures.
                        Yeah, I know, I was responding to the other guy 'cos I thought I'd get my answer in first

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                          #13
                          Meh.

                          And the thermocouple right next to my CPU (A64 S939 3000+) and Motherboard Monitor (which is using a motherboard sensor or something) both report 26C right now, and while 27C might be a bit of an overstatement, I've never seen either reading hit 29C because it always crashes before then. (So much for my overclocking dreams )

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                            #14
                            so all i will get is the blue screen of death

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by neoflame
                              And the thermocouple right next to my CPU (A64 S939 3000+) and Motherboard Monitor (which is using a motherboard sensor or something) both report 26C right now, and while 27C might be a bit of an overstatement, I've never seen either reading hit 29C because it always crashes before then. (So much for my overclocking dreams )
                              Weird! Sure that there's a good thermal connection between CPU+heatsink?

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