|27 Nov 2011||#1|
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Video Monitors vs Core Temperatures
Two days ago I retired two old 18" ViewSonic monitors and replaced them with two HP2011 Flat Screen Monitors.
During that time, I have noticed an increase in core temperatures of two or three degrees. I am running around 42° on both core temperature monitors.
Is there a correlation? Do the video monitors used have any effect on core temperatures?
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