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Old 07-26-05, 08:14 AM   #1
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Default Asus A8N-SLI + Winnie 3000+ questions

Hi
I've recently bought an Asus A8N-SLI+ AMD64 3000+ winchester cpu(1.8 Ghz) + Twinmos 1GHz ddr400 running in dual channel.
The system is great and running very stable but i have a few questions:
1)When setting the vcore to auto in bios, hte vcore become 1.48v as showing both in bios,cpuz and asusprobe.Is it normal? shouldn't it be 1.4v? i am not overclocking something.
2)When setting the DDR timings to auto, it puts the memory on 2T, is it safe to put manually @ 1T?
3)My cpu temp at iddle is around 42 C and at full load 49-50C. (it is summer and hot and the room temperature is around 30C). Is that ok? or should i ditch the stock cooling and bough a 3rd party one?
Thanks in advance for helping me with my stupid newbie questions.. :tongue:
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1. is normal , within margin of error.
2. you can set it to 1T if your PC crashes make it 2T.
3. Normal considering its summer.
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