Mon Apr 05, Which sensor does the BIOS use? I’m using the 2. Mon Apr 05, 4: Is there some way of getting rid of this? I didn’t even try to push it – everything suggested that 2. Trying to install windows XP 32 on an old computer, but keep getting the message “new hardware found” – subject controller.
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Cool-n-quiet works fine at the higher speed as well. I’m using the 2.
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See this thread for details: I don’t think this is RAID-related. Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem? This is under bit Gentoo with a 2. Mon Apr 05, 3: The colder u keep it, the longer ur CPU will last.
I think they read the same Winbond sensors. I didn’t even try to push it – everything suggested that 2.
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The ASUS board has worked just fine. Unknown device rev 80 But the gentoo-dev-sources are great from what you say Home Help Search Login Register.
The powernow-k8 module fails to msii. Mon Apr 05, 7: I know the cooler things run the better but I was wondering if these temps are actually OK for the long term or if my components have any risk of damage.
Welcome to Tech Support Guy! In fact, has anyone who’s reading this been able to get lm-sensors to work in order to check the CPU temperature under Linux? Can anyone tell me where I can get a driver?
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Mon Apr 05, 1: MBM and Corecentre give the exact same readouts. Good luck with your decision, Little Nemo.
If I haved the correct ethernwt can be argued about 1. I can’t rule out the possibility that there’s something that’d cause different LED activity depending on RAID activity, but it seems unlikely.
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Does that mean a maximum? Tue Apr 06, 4: What’s up with this?