I don't have an easy answer for you, but this. Expect some extra heat being from the p/s unit with 2-fans as it actually sucking out more through itself and appears to be doing all the work when some case fans should be. Verify the case frt. fans are sucking in and rear fans sucking out. As for V-monitors, these can be so off, just keep an eye of varying differences. Check your p/s unit for any adj. knobs or pots that you have access to to help "tweak" the system for. Look here for what I mean, though I forgot the p/s model.
good luck -----Willy
I have a problem with my power supply...It's a True PC Power 550W power supply. Having 2 fans for the supply makes easier heat control. But for some reason my supply generates too much heat. I have a program called HMonitor which monitors heat in my tower...it reads 82 degrees celcius for my power supply.
AMD Athlon XP 2000+
2 HD (80G & 160G)
1 graphics card
3 CDROM drives
Win XP PRO
The thing is ...my little brothers computer has the same computer specs as me, but he is using a 250W power supply with 5 fans. Odd thing is...I don't feel any heat from his supply. My room temperatures are very hot. I thought it was because of my monitor, but it wasn't. I also changed my cpu heatsink to a Thermaltake magnetic drive fan which brought the temp. from 69 degrees to 49 degrees during harse play. Is it because of a virus messing with my supply? ...something...please help...thanks a lot!