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    Variable Bitrate Mr.Fabio's Avatar
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    MotherBoard Monitor Settings

    Lately i have added MBM5 to my car pc, and i've found that the values reported for the CPU and the case need to be compensated to become realistic. (the case is too low, and the cpu is very high). I have an Epia M10000, and i wish to know from you what is the best configuration.


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    well on my epox board that i just received, i believe the case and cpu temps were actually switched to wghere the case temp is what the cpu should be and the cpu is what the case should be.... just a thought though
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    I have the same setup, my cpu temp is around 90-100, spikes to 140 at times. My case temp is between 60-80. I live in Miami, so the days have been very hot lately. I think the case temp is low, but I have no frame of reference for the cpu temp.
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