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Discussion in 'Desktop Computers' started by Netskimmer, Oct 20, 2007.

  1. mep916

    mep916 Administrator Staff Member

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    Click Computer -> Sensor. You should see a bunch of temps in the task bar and in the dialog box.
     
  2. Netskimmer

    Netskimmer New Member

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    That was the first thing I tried but the window on the is empty.
     
  3. Netskimmer

    Netskimmer New Member

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    I got Fanspeed running but I'm not sure what the temps it gives me correlate to.

    Temp1: 51C
    Temp2: 33C
    Temp3: -2C
    Core0: 30C
    Core1: 23C
    Core2: 28C
    Core3: 23C

    Is temp 1 my system temp and temp 2 my CPU? I assuming that temp 3 correlates to a sensor that I don't have. Are the core temps the temps for each of the 4 cores in my CPU?
     
  4. mep916

    mep916 Administrator Staff Member

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    Do you mean Speedfan? The "system" temp, I believe is your chipset/northbridge. I'm not sure about "AUX." The rest should be self explanatory.

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  5. Netskimmer

    Netskimmer New Member

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    Ooops, yeah, I meant Speedfan. On mine it does not say system, CPU ect, it just says Temp1, Temp2, Temp3. Would post pic but I'm at work.
     

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