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Oh, so Everest will give me an idle temp, the BIOS will read me a close to full-load temp. That sounds pretty good.
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post #12 of 32
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Originally Posted by Patrice Mersault
Nothing's poppin' up when I go to sensor. That part that gives readouts is gray.
here is a pic of what it should show
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post #13 of 32
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Oh, so Everest will give me an idle temp, the BIOS will read me a close to full-load temp. That sounds pretty good.
Everest WILL give you the temp your computers is running at currently it constantly updates Idle Full Load anything
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I have an older computer right now. My systsem specs are what I'm going to be getting. Maybe this old P3, 933 MHz, 128 MB RAM DeLL Dimension 4100 doesn't read temps.
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Ah, so to check it at full, I should just open BF2 or something, then alt+tab to Everest, huh?
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I have an older computer right now. My systsem specs are what I'm going to be getting. Maybe this old P3, 933 MHz, 128 MB RAM DeLL Dimension 4100 doesn't read temps.
that may be the case but then how does your BIOS get the temp? you might wanna see if there is another program that may read it. post a pic of what you get when you click on sensor also please
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Oh no, I don't get any readout in BIOS. x_x
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post #18 of 32
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Ah, so to check it at full, I should just open BF2 or something, then alt+tab to Everest, huh?
that would work
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40c in BIOS = about 48c full load
50c in BIOS = about 60c full load
    
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Oh no, I don't get any readout in BIOS. x_x
where are you getting your reading?
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