The cpu fluctuations are a result of Intel Speedstep and the CxE Function. These are Power Saving features that should be disabled for overclocking (disable them in the bios). The Fan fluctuations are also/probably the result of a bios setting, namely the fan speed setting. It is probably set to automatically adjust the fan speed based upon the cpu temperature. So with the power saving features constantly changing the cpu speed, which directly effects the cpu temperture and the fan setting on automatic, a wide variation in fan speed is to be expected
Set the fan speed to Manual / 100%
Creating The Image
First of all you will need to locate the "Print Screen" button on your keyboard. It is in the top right hand corner next to F12 and has "PrtScn and SysRq" on it.
With the apps displayed on your desktop press the PrtScn button to capture the image to the clipboard.
Open up your "Paint" program (or any other image manipulation software you have installed) by clicking on Start... All Programs and locating it..
For example if you are using Paint... then its Start.. All Programs... Accessories.. Paint.
Once the program has loaded up click on EDIT and then PASTE from the drop down menu which has appeared. The image will appear in the screen below. Crop and edit it as desired.
Saving The Image
If you click on FILE at the top of your Paint Program and then SAVE AS. This allows you to choose where you want to save it to and what you want to call it.
So you are now presented with a box and you need to type the name you wish to give this image into the box marked "File Name".
File Type - for this you will need to click on the drop down arrow to the right of the selection box and select "JPEG"
If you look at the top of the screen you will see its asking you where you wish to save it to. The default location is "My Pictures" which in your computer is easy to find. Click on START.. Click on "My Pictures" which is to the top right of that screen when you click on start!
Uploading The Image
Now if you do not have your own "Homepage" and need a good imagine hosting site there are many free ones out there.
Imageshack and Photobucket are two good sites. They are both FREE!!
ImageShack® - Online Media Hosting
and Image hosting, free photo sharing & video sharing at Photobucket
Once you upload your image the hosting site will assign you a link for that image.
As an example
I took a screenshot and named and saved it as sample.jpg
I uploaded it to imageshack and it gave me the following link minus the quotation marks
now I add the forum image code to the link minus the quotation marks
and the image appears