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hey guys i just ran a program called speedfan to try and see if i can get temps for my cpu socket sense coretemp / realtemp doesnt work

so i got a high temp of 60-63 any ideas what temp 2 is?
could that temp be a misread considering temp 1,3,4 are low?

edit: My mainboard is at 71degress how can i lower that?

Edited by Lq Cloud - 7/18/11 at 7:56am
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post #2 of 4
Try using Hwmointor it tells you what each readout belongs to
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bump how can i lower my main board temp?
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post #4 of 4
You are asking a pretty broad question here. Let me see if I can help.

First, what is the ambient temperature of the room your computer is located? I keep a digital thermoeter in my office to help discern temps better. If your room is 80-85F/26-29C your temps are going to be inflated due to the summer heat.

The best suggestion is obviously taking a look at your cable management and ensuring you have good air flow through your case. After tightening your cable management you can get better fans deigned for high CFM so more cool ambient air is passed through your case.

Additionally, if your case is not getting good airflow at the moment your Noctua D14 is throwing a lot of extra heat from your CPU to just stagnate on your system internals.

A picture of the inside of your case would be a great help in considering further options.
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