Overheating Problem - Urgent Help needed

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  1. Sathish

    Sathish Debian Gnu/Linux User

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    i recently upgrade my system with

    Asus M3n78-em
    amd 64 x2 6400 (3.2. ghz)
    King 2GB DDR2 800MHS
    Palit 9600 GT 512 MB
    Cooler Master 600W

    i already have 2 hdd one is 80 GB and another is 500GB . both are from WD..(7200rpm)

    after i configured my system with new ones. i feel my cpu overall temp is going too hot.after using 20 to 30 mintues..
    Motherboard temp = nearly around 45 to 48"c
    Hdd temp = 51"c
    Graphic Card (when playing Crysis at High detail) goes 70"c.
    cpu = 60"c
    (my cpu cooler fan built with Heat sink)
    my case has already two 90m cooling fans.

    these temp are higher than normal..?

    can anybody pl explain, if yes pl explain how to solve ...
     
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    this is normal temp in india
     
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    These temperatures seem fine..

    Though if you want..you can put an after market cooler. Stock Intell are bad. Though what vCore are you running on the CPU
     
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    Sathish Debian Gnu/Linux User

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    Temp info are figured out in asus probe II and Vtune.
    can anybody pl explain what is after-market-cooler-solution.?
    Hard Disk Cooler Fans worth to buy..?
     
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    after market cooler is better than stock cooler. stock coolers are mostly cheap except someone specialy when you going to play high end game or do some graphics work. there are many companies which are mastered in after market cooler i.e. thermalight,ocz,cooler master etc. if you think your temp is too high than you can go for OCZ vendetta 2 cooler or go with thermallight
     
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    + 1..perfect.

    If you are worried about your temperatures, try reseating the cooler once more..(who had done it initially you or an assembler). Follow all the steps...else go for aftermarket as myhotdog suggested..!
     
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