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post #11 of 16
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Looks like you guys are right about Temp3 and the second Temp1 values being the real ones.

haven't had a chance to fool around to test temp changes out yet... but i'll post an update as soon as i do.

again, thanks all.
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post #12 of 16
Not trying to get you to speed any money. But if you are feeling flush , a good $19-$25 investment would be for a PC temperature sensor. My case has two built in and they have great advantages over the software-based ones, because you can move them around. Most software-based options give one temp for the mobo, yet there can be great variances between say the Northbridge and Southbridge. I was focusing on the NB as the mobo heat generator, but was surprised to find my Southbridge was quite hot and ended up adding a small chipset fan to it.
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post #13 of 16
Have you go any access to the BIOS readings..if so use them to compare your Speedfan readings.
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post #14 of 16
speed fan is exteremly flaky and is not compatible with alot of mobo's. i always use the software that came with the mobo since its almost always compatible even if its 3rd party program. If none came with it then google your mob and see what works best with your mobo.
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post #15 of 16
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Thanks all. look like a hardware system thermameter might not be a bad idea. I'll have to look into it...
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post #16 of 16
lol, this is where a little common sense comes in handy, lol

127C would have your case melting, your compy would immediatly shut off, and you would smell, and see smoke.

there have been alot of those latley, speedfan is getting unreliable.....for everyhting but CPU, that still works.
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