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Old 08-30-2005, 03:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Anyone familiar with "SpeedFan"?

I just downloaded the program and its giving me some bizarre temperatures. Some of them make sense and others dont. The temperature that was defaulted to my taskbar, the one that you should be most concerned with im assuming is at 126c. Now I know thats not right. I'm pretty sure I can change with temperature sensor it will show down there, but im not quite sure. The one im thinking is the "Local" sensor. Im trying to view my CPU temperature. Is there a way to view your GPU temperature on the taskbar as well? Thanks alot all

EDIT: I was playing around with it a bit and I can't get it to change which temperature it views on the taskbar, so even if I did know which one, I wouldn't be able to change it. Atleast I don't think. Is there a way?
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