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SpeedFan is an hardware monitoring software that is able to change fan speeds according to system temperatures. SpeedFan can read S.M.A.R.T. values (and temperatures) from your hard disks and change the FSB speed.

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Thanks, good info, I was having some issues with the 4.28, kinda slow start.

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can you tell me what those temps represent?
Temp 1, Temp 2 and Temp 3.

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If you hit F1 when you have the speedfan window open, it will take you to his help files. They are pretty good.

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can you tell me what those temps represent?
Temp 1, Temp 2 and Temp 3.
Differs from each mobo, usually the highest temperature is your CPU, the lowest one your mobo and the middle one PSU/PWM.

If you have one that gives an abnormally high info, you should just disregard that, because it's your motherboard that doesn't read the PSU temperature/the PSU doesn't have a thermometer in it.

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If you have one that gives an abnormally high info, you should just disregard that
Does that apply for AUX also? I don't know what AUX represents but I'm getting readings of 130*c, while every other temp is fine.

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hmm my temp 1 says -55c and my temp 3 says -1 and my temp 2 says 22? im lost
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If anyone have any abnormally high or low temps, please disregard them.

The AUX displayed further up is a good example, it's simply just because the sensor doesn't get any data so it "guesses" or so what I've heard.

Also v!p3r^ > Please use PC Probe from ASUS instead of Speedfan, because ASUS doesn't support Speedfan (or is it reverse?)

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The newest version of the program is supposed to handle things somewhat better than in the past, particularly when it comes to core temps on C2Ds. The best way to "calibrate" speedfan temps is to run them along with another comprehensive program such as Everest that provides more info. Once you figure out the meaningful temps, you can disable the garbage ones. I believe you can also rename temps, though I may be mixing up programs.

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