SpeedFan results: Good or bad?

Discussion in 'Computer Cases, Power Supplies and Cooling' started by jamesjames, Feb 9, 2007.

  1. jamesjames

    jamesjames New Member

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    Lately I have had a problem with my computer restarting while I am playing games, burning CD's, etc. I downloaded SpeedFan to check my temps and voltages and here are my results.

    temp1: 60c
    temp2: 39c
    temp3: 54c
    HD0: 42c
    temp1: 40c

    +12v: 12.03v

    I do not know the norms so if anyone could help me this would be great.
    My system: e6400, p5nsli, 1gig RAM, 250gb hd, 7900gt
     
  2. The_Other_One

    The_Other_One VIP Member

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    Speedfan's a little dated. PC Wizard's typically gives better results. If anything, it tells you what temps are what :p

    If those are your temps, they are a little high... Nothing deadly, but I would work on getting better cooling.
     
  3. jamesjames

    jamesjames New Member

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    I downloaded pc wizard: Here are my results: What do you think?



    Monitoring Chip : ITE IT8712F
    CPU Core : 1.31 V
    Aux. : 3.30 V
    +5V Voltage : 5.00 V
    +12V Voltage : 11.43 V
    Chassis Fan : 112500 rpm
    Processor Temperature : 39 °C
    Processor Temperature (Core 1) : 68 °C
    Processor Temperature (Core 2) : 70 °C
    Mainboard Temperature : 59 °C
    Power/Aux Temperature : 54 °C
    :
    Monitoring Chip GPU : nVidia Driver + Thermal Diode
    GPU Temperature : 52 °C
    GPU Diode : 44 °C
    GPU Fan : 17%
    :
    Hard Disk Temperature WDC WD2500JS-00NCB1 : 39 °C
     
  4. Kornowski

    Kornowski VIP Member

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    I wouldn't say that Speedfan was dated, You can get the new 4.13 now :p

    Yeah, those are rather high temps!
    Maybe invest in some more fans or better cooling.
     
  5. Jet

    Jet VIP Member

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    Definetly look into better cooling. If your fans are dusty, buy a can of compressed air to blow off the dust.

    I know it is a wrong reading, but I thought that the Chassis Fan was funny; running at 112500 rpm!
     
  6. The_Other_One

    The_Other_One VIP Member

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    Well if you compare it to the functionality of PC Wizard, you can do much more with that program. I mean it labels everything and even tells you core temps! Plus almost no motherboards can be controlled by Speed Fan anymore.
     
  7. thabram

    thabram New Member

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    fire

    local: 64
    remote:74
    hd0:55
    temp 1: 127:cool:
    temp 2: 80
    temp 3: 73
    temp 4: 39 :good:
    temp 5: 100
    core 0: 82

    guesss?:D
     
  8. linkin

    linkin VIP Member

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    HWMonitor will better label the temperatures rather than just temp1, temp2, etc. Go download it, run it, and take a screenshot (alt+prnt scrn, paste it paint, save and upload to photobucket or something) and post the link here.
     
  9. FuryRosewood

    FuryRosewood Active Member

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    ...this is a fossil.
     
  10. linkin

    linkin VIP Member

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    Bloody necroposts, I've been duped again!! :gun:
     

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