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Old 07-17-2005, 05:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Trying to read Speedfan's temp

Well I'm trying to figure out how to read this speedfan monitoring system I installed. It's similar to the Asus Prop program I have, so I can figure out some parts. Anyway, here's the readings

Temp1:27c (Motherboard)
Temp2:33c (CPU)
HD0:31c (HD I'm guessing?)

I have no idea what the 15c and 127c ones are. But I'm quite concerned that it's 127c!!! Is that the video card of something? Is it going to burn out. And I have no idea why there are two 127c readings. My vid uses one slot up. It's a GeForce 6600 GT.

Also are my other temperatures fine? The CPU goes up to 40-45c when I'm playing a game.

edit: Here's a pic


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Old 07-18-2005, 10:03 PM   #2 (permalink)
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holy cats man 127c either the reading is bad or something is litterly on fire in ur computer lol
ok ur not gonna get a clear reading for ur gpu so just forget that just edit it and make it soo that u can only see mobo cpu and hdd since the others are haywire have no clue what temp 3 is for the gpu u need to right click the nvidea symbol then pick ur monitor or profile and there should be a temp sensor in there somwhere
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