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    hmm

    my mobo is pc chips socket A M848A and was wondering if any1 knew when using speed fan which temps r which cause they just say temp 1 temp 2 and temp3.

    i know i posted this before but i dint post my mobo and i couldnt find anywhere tht said it and im worried something will like melt as temp2 is saying its like 120 degrees. plus i want to know so i can clock my mobo and see if it heats up
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    Well one will be around 20 - 30 and this will be your system temp (northbridge) - one will be about 30 - 55 and this will be your CPU, the one thats about 120 I have no idea which that is but I get that too on my NF7-S using Motherboard Monitor ...... just ignore it

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    as a side, I am sure you want to clock up your PC chips board, but be very careful, they don't exactly have the best reports of reliability, even at stock.

    tbh, you are the first person I have personally heard of who actually got one to boot!

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    i have used the m848alu hundreds of times for customers i think there a great easy board not sure about your question tho, fan1 is cpu fan2 is back panel fan and fan3 is bottom right corner normally. visidigi the reported fault with it not booting is becouse when the boards are delivered the jumpers pins are set to clear and not normal. causing unproper boot once swopped to normal the boards are clockwork for £20
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    Can you start to use proper titles for your threads please

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    I have an asus a7n8x-e deluxe and when using motherboard monitor 5 I often get a reading of 120°C on one of the three temp sensors before setting it up. I ignore this as it's not a sensible reading.

    Check your temps with mbm5 (it supports your board) and is easy to set up.

    http://mbm.livewiredev.com/

    P.S. Please distinguish between celcius (°C) and Fahrenheit (°F) for temps so as to avoid confusion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by visidigi
    as a side, I am sure you want to clock up your PC chips board, but be very careful, they don't exactly have the best reports of reliability, even at stock.

    tbh, you are the first person I have personally heard of who actually got one to boot!

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    Then consider yourself lucky

    Ive also had bad experiences with them. Out of about 20 i had, 6 were faulty on arrival, 3 more died within a year. Not too impressive !
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