PC Powerzone revisits the Eden CPU for some accurate temperature testing
May 27, 2002
It seems the usual tools like Motherboard Monitor have a hard time with the EPIA motherboards right now - hopefully new versions will report the correct temperature!
"Now if you use Motherboard Monitor within Windows (as I did), the MBM program reports some wildly inaccurate readouts...
I found that at idle the ESP5000 sat at 44 degrees Celcius, under full load the max. temp was 52 degrees Celcius, which is not too bad at all. Hopefully this is a better indication of the temps"
Read the full review here and part two here
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