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    I'm still waitin' on a mobo for mine to see how the 2200+ fairs on an EPoX board. :(
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    What EPoX board are you buying?
    New Sig soon, old one was way outdated.

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    The 8K5A3+ ;)

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    Oooooo, Aaaaaah

    I still like my giga-byte board though :p
    New Sig soon, old one was way outdated.

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    Well it will be interesting to see what temps the EPoX board reports from the internal diode. The Gigabyte board I have is ok but could be a lot more overclocker friendly, basically I bought it because so many ppl were havin' probs with it (I got the wrong ones as I had n/p with any of them). ;)
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    Hey guys, thanks for all the replies - I am using the Asus A7V8X KT400 motherboard, and using their monitor. I tried using Motherboard Monitor, but it doesn't support my board. It wouild not give me any results. The Asus is one of the few boards I've seen that supports the diode temp reading. What program should I use to read the temperatures?

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    Did you configure Motherboard Monitor 1st? Because that's exactly what happens with it if ya don't. ;)

    Also are both front case fans suckin' air into the case with the rear fans blowing out and if you have any side or top fans then are the side ones sucking in while the top one blows out? If they're doin' anything but what I just asked then which ever one(s) don't blow that way then reverse the fan(s) in question. :)
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    I have not tried this program. But I read in a different forum this proggy was a good mobo monitor. check it out, and let me know what you think....I am going to try it once I get my new computer up and running again!

    Mobo Moinotr 5

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    I will try it out when I get my new computer together as well.
    New Sig soon, old one was way outdated.

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    I've been using MBM5 for over 4yrs now and find it to be very accurate (if the sensor works properly). Also just havin' the temps displayed in the toolbar is handy. ;)

    The pic below is from my K6-3+ and it's air temp sensor is out as it's presently 36c here again today and it hasn't hit 11am yet. :eek:

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