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I have no idea why speedfan always shows -48C. The temp never changes either. What could it be?
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Originally Posted by subbeh
I have no idea why speedfan always shows -48C. The temp never changes either. What could it be?
I have the same problem but the other way around. My cpu is 81c
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It's purely a glitch. Either Speedfan is reading a sensor improperly or it's trying to read a sensor that isn't there.
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Nice temps sladesurfer xD. Guess i'm going to have to check all of my connections.
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OH download MBM 5 and run it before you start speedfan, thats what i have to do so that it detects the sensors properly

because one day i had both running and i uninstalled mbm and speedfan wasn't running right.

try it and tell me, then maybe i can make an FAQ on this.
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