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Old 02-04-2006, 05:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi Everybody,
I just got Motherboard monitor to see what my temps are and i'm a little comfused. Fist off, i have a Compaq Deskpro EN which is supported.

The only sensors i have to work with are temperature of the CPU. There is the ADM1028-1(local) titled CPU and the ADM1028-2(remote) which was just "sensor 2".
The local one is staying around 32C (96F) and the local one changes a lot with an average of 33C (91F) with a high of 47C (116F) and a low of 31C (87F).
Does anyone know what the other one is? I'm pretty sure it can't be the case temp because the case is open and it's only 67F in my house. It fluctuates a lot if thats any clue.
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try changing the wire connecting to the CPU......or remove the fan above the CPU and clean it....with a dry broom......if it persists contact u r admin and maybe the temp rising is of the wires, IDE cables, motherboard, and all the stuffy wires including SMPS
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