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Felkel

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  1. Hey again, can confirm that about all of my idle temps are around 20-40C, except for TMPIN6 being at 122C so I guess that one just doesn't function properly
  2. Ey that's great, and goodnight. Sleep well you too
  3. Yeah that sounds about right. I'll probably check with some classmates if they have some paste and can come over and help a bit. I gotta go to sleep about now though so I can update you tomorrow on how the idle temps are looking. And dude, thanks for all the help. You're really a lifesaver
  4. I'll be buying other things for recording and such plus games so it'll probably take a while until I can afford a new computer, and I've had this one for quite a few years already. If I'm lucky and really want to I can probably last with this one up to a year more and then I might have some more money. Sounds like a good enough plan before my computer breaks down?
  5. The computer is about 5 years old so I'm guessing the i3 processor is a bit old. Amyway here's a picture of some temps
  6. I'm replying on my phone so here's a picture taken with it. I hope it'll be readable. I can update you later sometime too when I'm not doing something and when my computer has cooled down
  7. The highest value I can find is 111C on something that says TMPIN6. The rest are below 90
  8. It's a desktop and I can feel it getting pretty hot on the outside. As you can tell I'm a newbie so I don't know all the specs
  9. I just downloaded it but I have no idea which temp to check. Mind telling me which value I'm supposed to be looking at?
  10. So I'm planning to start a YouTube channel and all that. I got a lot of stuff set for me, but I'm just worried right now how my computer will be handling stuff. I'm currently trying to export a random 30min video from an editing program and my computer is getting kinda hot. I'll probably only do about 15-20min videos but how bad could my computer take it if I edit and export about 5-7 videos in a row with not too much downtime? Intel inside core i3 3,5GHz 12GB Ram Windows 8.1
  11. Yeah I'm currently trying to export a random 30min video from an editing program and my computer is getting kinda hot. I'd only be doing 15-20 min videos but doing several of those in a row will probably be a big toll on my computer. Got any advice for that?
  12. I was just wondering, so thank you
  13. From what I've come to understand, my computer is able to record and produce gameplay for my switch, at 1080p60fps, with an Elgato HD60. I'm still unsure though of how my computer will do for long periods of time. Will it be able to handle long recording sessions do you think or will it explode if I go for more than 10min? Intel inside core i3 3,5GHz 12GB Ram Windows 8.1
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