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Old 08-05-2007, 10:00 AM   #1 (permalink)
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just downloaded everest home edition and i get these temps:

motherboard: 38 degrees celcius
CPU: 37 degrees celcius
Aux: 95 degrees celcius

obviously i know what the CPU and Motherboard temps are but whats Aux, whatever it is that temp seems high
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Old 08-05-2007, 10:30 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Yea...that temperature does seem really high. I been reading the aux, is the power supply temperature. I could be wrong. I also read that sometimes, it can be a bogus reading.
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yeah i got that feeling like temp1 in speedfan is like 95 degrees celcius
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Try Restarting your comp and leaving it for a while

If it's a real problem when you execute the program and check the temprature it should show it as rising i.e. 50 -55 -65 - 69 -73 etc.

If it already says it is 95 after having a long restart then its just the program
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Speedfan does have a tendency to show bogus temperatures.
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Just wondering what normal temps would be?
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i think the Aux temp is a dud as nothing on my system is that hot and it runs fine
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What is Aux anyways? Is it actually the PSU temperature?
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i dont think so as my PSU us about 20 degrees not 95
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Speedfan does have a tendency to show bogus temperatures.
what program would you recommend instead of speedfan?
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