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post #11 of 21
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where is the problem ?
what shall i do

why speed fan not showing processor temprature

thanks
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where is the problem ?
what shall i do

why speed fan not showing processor temprature

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like chozart said, you most likely dont have a sensor on your mobo
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post #13 of 21
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like chozart said, you most likely dont have a sensor on your mobo
Either that, or the temp sensors aren't accessible to normal programs.

You should lower you FSB till your idle temps are below 40C (60C is even a max for load temps)
If needed, reset it to stock.
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You should lower you FSB till your idle temps are below 40C (60C is even a max for load temps)
If needed, reset it to stock.[/QUOTE]



what is FSB how i can reset?
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post #15 of 21
bios temps are at about 70-80% load so 100% load would probably be around 65-70c which is alright if you are at stock. can you fill in you system specs by clicking the user cp button at the top of the screen then add system so we can assist you some more
post #16 of 21
You're on the hot side of things.

Now, I think he didn't overclock at all (he has an Intel board, and those generally don't overclock).

Personally, I think you need to clean your rig up inside.

Open the case, check for dust and carefully clean it out. There should be a heatsink with a fan on it, which keeps the CPU cool. I would not be surprised if that's full with dust.

The best is to get a can of compressed air and blow the dust out. If you can't get that, carefully use a vacuum cleaner. Don't use brushes, since they can cause static electricity.

Also, check if all the fans in the case work. If you only have one fan in your case, add another one. The best basic solution is to have one fan in the lower front pulling air in the case (120mm preferably) and another one in the higher back to pull air out of the case (also 120mm preferably)
    
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also what is your room temperature?
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new system only 7 days ,
room temperature around 28, 30

i have old system with single core processor 2800 mhz , whe i am using 100% cpu it's comming maximum 58 c. now this new system dont know how much temprature comming with 100 % cpu usage,

how i can find temprature on 100% cpu usage
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post #19 of 21
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i check with tuneup utilities it showing,
temperature sensor ( ts ) = no
thermal monitor and software controlled clock ( acpi ) = yes
thermal monitor support ( acpi ) = yes
thermal trip ( tpp ) = no
software thermal control ( stc ) = no

what are this means , problems from bios setting ,
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post #20 of 21
I think I would try this.

http://www.intel.com/design/motherbd/software/idu/
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