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Ahmed Elneweihi
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« on: December 20, 2007, 05:28:27 AM »

I have a P4 3 GHz with 2 GB Ram. I had problems with high CPU temperature, so I added one GB RAM recently.  Temperature readings on my computer indicates that my CPU temperaure is OK (no more than 30 Deg), but my System temperature runs high.  When I start the computer that temp is about 26 Deg and when I load many applications the temp  rams up quickly to 51 Deg.  The computer starts to beep and runs slow. Occasionally it shuts down and when I boot it up, sometimes it says CPU temperature error, even though I know the CPU temp (according to the display on the computer) was low and it was the system temp that was high. What is meant by "System" temp?  Does any one have an idea as to what could be wrong?
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« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2007, 09:00:14 AM »

The System temp is the temp inside your case, which tells me that you might have an airflow problem inside of it. Have you tried to run it with the side panel off?
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