Question about FMI CPU Sensor Alarm Temperature Monitoring Device
Hi, i have my core 2 E8400 wolfdale overclocked from 3.0 x2 to 3.6ghz x2, and it goes up around 70 celcius, i was wondering this if this is something i should be concerned about, or if it is normal for these chips to run this hot.. thanks
70 degrees is a tad high, I'd suggest buying an aftermarket heatsink or re-seating your current one.
Posted on May 26, 2008
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