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Power Mac G5 :: Normal Temperature For A G5 Temperature Sensor


I want to do the normal temperature for a G5 temperature sensor. How cool should they be. I want to catch a problem before it happens. mine it 140 f on a nd b processor. My computer is a dual G5 1.8 processor .My ambient temperature is 79 f For processor a and 81 for processor b. Is this to hot or that. I was wondering it was. can a dirt be the cause fro that I never did see if it was clean. I may need to use a inspection mirror to look at them.


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