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    Post Temperature at 80C


    I saw threads on prescott in this forum, but they don't seem to be for the 775 socket. I just got my computer parts today. I can not install windows for now because I don't have a floppy drive.(I need the new chipset drivers to load from the disk.)

    I have a MSI 915P Neo2 Platinum motherboard.
    I looked in the BIOS and the temperature is showing 80 degrees Celsius.

    I know prescotts are supposed to be a little hotter but 80C in the BIOS does seem a little dangerous to me. I would switch out the fan if I could but I can't find anyone who sells them. The fan spins at about 3400rpm and is loud as crap.

    If anyone has any experience please let me know.

    Mike
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    Stupid heatsink locks


    OK. It took me 45 min to check on the heaksink. It is running at 55 degrees celsius now. I noticed that after I took the mobo out that the fan has popped loose. I really think the stock fan needs some revising.

    I could not take the fan out. I managed to get two prongs out so I could lean the fan one way. I squeezed some artic silver 5 in. I did not have enough space to smooth out the compund though. I would have done a better job if I could just get the darn fan off! I'm waiting for companies to make heatsinks for the new socket so I can cut the prongs and not worry about destroying the stock fan. Thanks guys for the fast reply.

    Mike

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