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Old 01-13-2007, 05:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i downloaded speed fan and I got temp 2 (assuming that is my processor) 76C. Doesn't that seem ridiculously high? i have no problems with the computer performance. but it does concern me if the reading is right.

other temps

temp 1 34C
temp 2 76C
temp 3 16C but keeps jumping around from 54C to 4C
HD0 35C
temp 1 75C

like to get everyones input on this see if i should do something or the readings are off
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After you get these readings you should go into your BIOS and check in your system health for temps. Just for a comparison.
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speed fan and other software temp monitors and fan controllers arent as accurate as the bios or hardware versions as you can see with those temps jumping like that.

so like splat said check in your bios.
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