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Thread: PCI/AUX temp is too high.




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    When I run Sandrasoft(whatever it is called) it says my PCI/AUX temp is too high. It's at about 140 degrees. My cpu cools great. I haven't been able to find anything on the net about PCI/AUX. What does that mean? And is that temp normal?

    I have 4 Antec case fans and a Dragon orb 3 on my processor.
    XP Athlon 2000

    the two back fans blow in. Then I have a front fan that blows in on the harddrive, and another front fan that blows out the front.

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    I can't help you with the PCI/AUX temp.. BUT, You really should have the 2 front fans setup as intake fans and the 2 rear mounted fans setup as exhaust fans ! It's the proven standard.
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    Thanks. I picked up a couple of new fans yesterday to replace the factory fans that came with the case. I'm going to try that tonight.

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