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post #11 of 101 (permalink) Old 04-27-2007, 12:45 PM
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temp 2 still says -128

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post #12 of 101 (permalink) Old 06-14-2007, 07:38 PM
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hmm my temp 1 says -55c and my temp 3 says -1 and my temp 2 says 22? im lost
Mid 50s c seems to be normal for E6400 processors, I have the same one and was rather alarmed when I first installed Speedfan, so I installed Everest with the same results. Intel website says 61c is acceptable for that processor! Even so I will be upgrading heatsink and fan soon, but I dont doubt anything in the 50s.

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FYI:

SpeedFan v4.33 is out, you can download it here:

http://www.almico.com/speedfan433.exe

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4.33 - completely rewritten the detection and the identification strategy of ITE IT871xF chips (fan readings are now ok)
- xAP support is now properly reenabled between sessions
- fixed context sensitive help (F1 key) on Windows Vista
- enabled, if needed, the SMBus on Intel ICH7 and ICH8-M
- added several checks to CPU usage routines, fixing a nasty issue where an error window appeared once every second
- added full support for ATI SB600 SMBus
- added full support for Intel ICH9 SMBus
- added full support for nVidia MCP55 SMBus
- added sull support for ADT7475
- added nVidia Control Panel access to read video card temperatures
- supported the IT8716F and the IT8718F hardware monitor at unusual addresses
- added some SMB scan exceptions for Compal 08A0
- SMBus address $15 no longer scanned on AOpen i975Xa-YDG
- fixed an issue that caused the DFI LP UT NF4 SLI-DR Venus to power off on program start
- added support for Fintek F71872F voltage readings
- IT8712F-J now uses two undocumented FAN DIVs
- speeded up Asus M2N32-SLI DELUXE program startup
- added detection of an unknown Fintek chip (to avoid false detection of other sensors at the same address)
- W83627EHF and W83627DHG now properly show SMARTFAN III in CONFIGURE / ADVANCED
- W83627EHF and W83627DHG can now change PWM TYPE from PWM to DC in CONFIGURE / ADVANCED
- fixed FAN DIVISOR settings for Winbond W83791D
- added PWM OUT BASE CLOCK selection for WINBOND W83627DHG, W83627EHF and W83627EHG
- warning temperature can now be set as high as 125C in CONFIGURE
The 4.34 beta is out as well.

Great download section btw!

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post #14 of 101 (permalink) Old 12-13-2007, 06:38 AM
 
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125,000 Fan speed and my processor is running at -21c, I think this shows i have a high quality processor and CPU cooler..

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Brisbane hates temperature sensors

So i just stick my finger against the side of the CPU to see if its hot or not
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IMHO I dont you should really relly only on this program for temp readings
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Hey need some help please i was using a fan controller before it died on me. I was controlling 3-4 fans. I never used speedfan before to control fans. I really dont know how to do that. Can someone help please thanks
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OP has been updated with the latest version

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is it normal for my E6600 to stay at 29c underload?

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is it normal for my E6600 to stay at 29c underload?
Are you reading the right Temps?

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yea Core 0 and Core 1 read 30c under load. When its normal they are around 16c. I have the E6600 SL9ZL. I was told that this processor runs cooler than the first model E6600. I do have a Cooler Master 3 pipe heat sink on it with arctic silver.

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