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What is the system temp in Ai booster, is it case temp, chipset temp, or somethinge else?

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It *should* be CPU temp. However, you might be better off getting Speedfan. It's a bit of a hassle setting it up, but you'll get all temps you need (+volts and fanspeeds). Also, I hope you do your OC in BIOS...
    
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System Temp usually Entails the Chipset temp unless Specified as Something else as the CPU temp is just called ''CPU TEMP''
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Originally Posted by Chozart
It *should* be CPU temp.
Wouldn't the gage labeled CPU be the CPU temp?
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You guys are right. The CPU temp is the temp in the large dial on top. the system temp is the MoBo (or case) temp.

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post #6 of 13
it's cpu temp.
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post #7 of 13
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Yeah, It is overclocked in the bios. I just used AIbooster because it was easier, I had trouble with speedfan last time. I'll give it another try, any tips on setting it up
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I think that I like PC probe the best of them all.
post #9 of 13
I would get Speedfan its a very good program.
post #10 of 13
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I have speedfan, just don't really like it to much. Haven't really found any advantages to it over pc probe. (at least w/ pc probe the temps are labeled)
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