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Old 06-11-2008, 03:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Speenfan shows my System @ 88-94C

WTF?! where's the mouth to the floor smiley face? =p

Seriously though, am I supposed to take this as a real reading?!.. There's no way my rig is running that hot and living through it.. right?!

Thanks for any help..

Edit: heres a bloody pic!

CPUZ shows my Vcore @ same voltage although my bios says 1.50 vcore and temps are 50-55C (cpu) board is like low 30'sC

I see my 12+ rail is 6.92 though in my bios is read normal.. What is going on?

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Download Everest Home Edition, i find it to be the most accurate.

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Speedfan isnt accurate

maybe CoreTemp or Everest
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Everest seems quite nice, thanks guys!
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I'm the opposite. Coretemp reads -9C for my system.
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