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you can probably try to split the wire down the middle...

 

thats a cheap looking sensor tho...

 

it shoudl look like thin wires like i nthe picture

 

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i dunno what to say about your sensor... :huh:

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mine got the same wire like this one but mine is alittle rounder

 

http://www.extremeoverclocking.com/reviews...se_Image_1.html

Looks like the one that came with my old koolance setup...it attached to the CPU waterblock.

 

Trim the plastic off spread the wires real thin and put them between the HSF and CPU....its not a pactical method but it would work good

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thats not the same one i got i said the wire is like that heres mine http://www.xoxide.com/logisys-35-digital-f...oler-black.html

 

is my wires that thin under that big wire? so after i trin them they should fit between the pins right?

I dont know it doesnt show the temp led :erm:

 

 

 

but this sucks

*Note: This fan controller uses pulse width modulation (PWM) to adjust your fan speed. This will cause LED fans to blink.

 

It would look like a Disco in my case :lol:

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it shows it in that little pic the temp controll. but i just looked at mine again it got a black wire and a red wire small ones. if i trim them down whouldint it short the cpu out from touching the the pins?

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but this sucks

Note: This fan controller uses pulse width modulation (PWM) to adjust your fan speed. This will cause LED fans to blink.

It would look like a Disco in my case :lol:

Thats funny cause i brought a cheap sensor http://www.compusa.com/products/product_in...3588&pfp=SEARCH and this thing made my lights blank because the fan wasnt stable at 2500rpm's so it assumed that the fan dropped below the 2500 rpm or either stopped...and would blink as soon as i plugged the fan in so i was like the heck with it and went and brought a decent thermal http://kingwin.com/pdut_detail.asp?CateID=34&ID=168 something that would monitor my system the right way Edited by youngone
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it shows it in that little pic the temp controll. but i just looked at mine again it got a black wire and a red wire small ones. if i trim them down whouldint it short the cpu out from touching the the pins?

I dont know if you can do that gord...the pins on a A64 are very close together.I wouldnt take the chance on bending pins to get a $20 sensor to work.

 

What kind of HSF are you using?

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i whould take the heatspeader off of the 64bit because it problee be easy too put the thermal sensor right on top of the cpu and let it touch the core buy the tip. whould it be safe too take it off? and i herd it might be cooler when i take it off.

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Clawhammer or Newcastle yes..its easy to do..if you dont have money to replace it then NO dont try it ;) It doesnt take much to make it FUBAR..

 

Try what I said before..trim the sensor tips plastic and mesh the copper wires between the HSF and the CPU?

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you meen on the censor it self? that clear plastic going around it?

Well I know what system your using..but I dont know what type of sensor it is...

 

Keep it all intact!!

 

Just wedge the CPU temp sensor between the fins of the 7000 ;)

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i just tried puting it on the cpu on the edge and sit the heatsink on top of the cpu i started the computer and looked in bios and it didint like it lol it says it was at 70c and the temp thing said it was at 41c so thats out lol. the ony thing got too be is the heatspeader is it supost too have gaps on the side of the glue>

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well i think that heatsink did something too the one of the sensors it ony goes up too 27 for the chipset and it goes down too 0c for no reason. so i was wondering will this work i got a fan sensor that came with my thermaltake vocano 9. it got real tiny wires about 2inchs and about 5inchs of plug wire like on my fan thermal controller. and i was wondering if i cut the dead sensor off and put this one on will it work?

 

it allmost look like this one but alittle smaller http://www.mysuperpc.com/build/processor_socket_tape.jpg

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