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mac pro

Postby Guest on Mon Jun 01, 2009 7:14 pm

I have fan control installed on a Mac Pro- 2x2.66 DC xeon. and the temperature portion stays at 0'c or 32'F. ?? I hope this will not hurt the computer, based on the minumum req. not being close to the softwares "reported" temperature I'm worried that this will result in the fan speeds not being increased as they should be. anyone with comments or help please email carl@lowrancesoundcompany.com - I will prolly never check this forum page again lol- thank you
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Re: mac pro

Postby cooler885 on Fri Jul 03, 2009 7:36 am

I'm in almost the exact same situation--I can't help but wonder why the reported temperature is always is at 0 (or 32). Perhaps just a line or two in a FAQ for it? (I know it's freeware so anything is a bonus.)
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