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Old 08-20-2007, 02:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know a good program I can use to detect/read/or see what the CPU Temp is and um....... fan speeds on ur computer while running Orthos?

Edit: Also, when i did an Internet speed test on my computer, with Stock speeds and settings, the ping is lower which is good. But with it overclocked to 2.7Ghz with 300FSB, the ping nearly doubled/trippled from 15 to 30-45 and my speed results are lower. 1/3rd the speed i usually get. I usually get around 18Mbps download now its around 6Mbps.
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Old 08-20-2007, 02:33 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: Temperature and Fan Speed Reader?

The speed of a computer, has absolutely nothing to do with internet speed. It must be your service provider.

I'd recommend using Everest and CoreTemp for temperature and fan speed monitoring.
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CoreTemp doesnt work with Windows Vista 64 Bit. When I run it, it has popups saying "Drivers failed to load" and it just kept doing it windows after windows popups. Maybe I downloaded a virus ahhh grr shrugs..

But is this where you download CoreTemp? Cuz thats where I got it from. Hopefully its not a virus considering I dont have any Virus Scan on my computer cuz none works with Vista 64 Bit.

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Oh it doesn't support the Vista OS...sorry about that. Try Everest.
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Default Re: Temperature and Fan Speed Reader?

I downloaded SpeedFan and it seems to be working. When running Orthos, it was at 46C steady. But one of the temp reading was at 119C it was AUX reading. I dont know what AUX is lolz. It just said

AUX 119C

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Anyway gonna test and run 3D Benchmark and see how it goes at 3Ghz.
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NO! Are you running Orthos? Don't run anything that makes the CPU stress even more!

Aux from what I've heard is probably the PSU temperature.
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NO! Are you running Orthos? Don't run anything that makes the CPU stress even more!
Why not? That would make it, even more stable, if it doesn't crash.
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