Jetart DT2000 Thermo Eye Review @ TechDomain

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    Quote: One of the biggest challenges that faces the modern computer user is keeping components cool. While onboard sensors are generally fine for measuring the temperature of your CPU, motherboard and GPU, computers don’t tend to come with built in sensors that accurately read the temperature of the air inside the case, or the ambient temperature outside.

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