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Temp. Sensor placement

Q: Temp. Sensor placement

I got this new case and it came with a temp. sensor (lcd on front of case). I want to place it on my GPU but I don't know exactly where the best spot would be. Any suggestions?

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A: Temp. Sensor placement

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Need more details.Is this a CPU cooler ?
Anyhow it should have install instructions.
You do mean "CPU" don't you ?

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A:Razer's new Mamba features 16,000 DPI laser sensor in wired and wireless configurations

I'll pass. I don't game on anything that low. :\
Does anyone even go outside the 800-2000dpi range? I keep my mouse at 2000dpi.
 

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A:XFX HD 4850 clicking noise, High temp and then PC crashes

I'm having a bit of trouble following (more than likely my fault). What is the GPU fan speed during load?

If the RPM's seem normal, it could be thermal bond in the thermal paste that is broken.
If the fan speed doesn't appear to be normal, the fan itself could be broken.
 

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A:A8-5600K temp monitoring issue

Trust the package temp, that's the one on those processors you should be watching for.
 

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A:HD 7850 max temp?

GPUs are generally quite resilient to high temperatures, 80C won't be a problem. My 7970 in a Crossfire sandwich gets above 90C on a hot day and it's been running merrily for about 18 months.

Voltage is also important and will kill the card if you up it too much.
 

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A:CPU temp while gaming on laptop

We need to know the specs of your computer. Download a program called 'speccy', and give us the details, along with your laptop model name.

But, that being said, 55c while in a game is excellent for a laptop.
 

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And excuse my bad grammar.
 

A:Weird temp error? (hopefully)

Do not use Speed fan to monitor temps. Use Core Temp or HWmonitor and then report back.
 

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A:3570k @ 4.8 GHz with CPU temp of 70c

Just as an update, CPU Temperature is now sitting on 65C after 1 hour of Prime95, although it can sometimes shoot up to 69 or 70C and stay there for a while.

Am I just reading this wrong somehow?
 

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A:How concerned should I be if CPU temp is 85C?

That dose seem high, You may want to open up the case and get a can of air. To blow out any dust build up. Maybe put some new thermal paste on the cpu and see if this helps. This may be the cause of your freezes . In the thread under Software Apps.
 

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I did replace the thermal paste

i replace another processor to confirm that is not a faulty processor's thermal sensor

I tried to change power setting to 'Always On' and is still the same

I tried to overclock it using NHC but its still slow

Anyway that i can disable the temp throttle down?
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A:Max temp to allow EVGA GT 240 before cranking fan up?

Hi Debbie,
GPU' s are designed to run warmer than CPU's so while cooler is better, 50-60c is nothing to get overly concerned with. increasing the airflow through your case to lower temps would be preferable to running the cards fan at 90% constantly if you can. The upper thermal limit for GPU's (AMD & Nvidia) is 105c. while thats to warm as far as I am concerned, If you can keep idle temps below 50c and load temps to 85c or less, the card will probably outlast your use for it.
Hope that helped
 

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also ambient room temp is at 25C
 

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A:Northbridge temp too high?

If that was under full load then no its not too hot.* They are designed to run at those temps.
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A:Video card temp programs

gpu-z

Try gpu-z. Lightweight utility with all the information you need on your gpu.
 

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A:CPU over temp

Check to see if your cpu fan is starting up from the get go.
go into your bios before you boot into windows and check the temp, and check to see what the CPU temp warning is set at.
 

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A:Temp reading question

These are very good Idle temps. I have a phenom II X3 720 OC'd to 3.8 and it runs at around 42-45c load. That is a higher overclock though and I' cranked up the vcore to get as much out of it as I could. You don't need to worry about temperature if it is under 50C. It's been my experience that you can run a CPU at 65C max without killing it. After 50C it really is your choice if you want to take the risk. You have a very good heatsink, though. You have lots of overclocking headroom if your CPU will hold up.
 

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A:CPU temp is 80C, measured via Nvidia monitor, is this possible?

It's entirely possible, and 80c is quite enough to shut the system down.

Before you do anything else you should check to make sure the heat sink fan hasn't come off the CPU, that the fan is working, and the fins are clean.

You can get a second opinion about the actual temps from several programs, "Speed Fan", and "SIW", (System Information for Windows). If you decide to use SIW, make sure you download the, ""Freestanding English Version". You don't have to install this version, and it's free. Yuo want this version; "SIW Without Installer (English-Only)", from this page; http://www.gtopala.com/siw-download.html

Plus, sometimes the motherboard's maker has software available for this purpose also.
 

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A:Help with fan placement in Thermaltake V3

Fans are comparatively cheap, and I err on the side of more airflow is better so i would say fill all of the available fan spaces, or put one more exhausting air than pulling it in for a negative airflow. Its a bit more dusty, but gets more air through the system.
 

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A:GTS 250 temp issues

Any idea what the rest of your system specs are? Computer make and model. Power supply wattage. Motherboard make and model. Amount of memory installed. Version of Windows... Get the idea?
 

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A:How can I read GPU temp?

Hii infantry,
This program is excellent for temps, I have found it to match the bios temps very well. I would not depend on it for accurate voltage readings.

http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor.html

most software that comes with the GPU is very good as well Catalyst, for ATI etc. or the specific card brand. Asus Smartdoctor for example.
 

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A:Really noob temp questions :(

If I were you I'd try and clean out the dust, but your temps seem pretty much fine. Just to be sure you might want to check your processor temps also.
 

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A:Discrepancies in temp readings

Whatever readings you are getting, trust the BIOS readings over any software you are using.
Best thing you could probably do is to start the pc up and let it run until the temperature normalises, then boot into the bios and record the reading.
Use that reading and add the offset to your software.

As an example, my thuban in bios might read 25C and when I boot into windows, CoreTemp says 15C. I add 10C to the CoreTemps offset, thus getting the more accurate readout.

Make sure you have the latest bios too .
 

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A:GPU temp is 70C, does this restart my computer?

the GPU temp is fine, i wish mine would stay that cool
 

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A:CPU temp threshold error

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A:How to set color temp w/an Acer x243w monitor?

Warm White adds red...
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A:Need Temp/fan monitor for my Pavilion

This is my preferred software for temp/voltage/fan readings and monitoring
http://www.cpuid.com/softwares/hwmonitor/versions-history.html

Hope it helps
 

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these are my computer's specs:

Intel original motherboard 915gux
intel pentium 3.0 Ghz LGA 775 socket
ATI HD 4350 PCI-E
2 GB Ram
2x 250 HDD

Thanx
 

A:CPU temp reaches 96C and restarts PC

You definitely should not require water cooling on that Pentium. What are the ambient temperatures like? I think that the thermal compund may have not been applied correctly or the contact between HSF and CPU is not sufficient. I hope you did not apply too much TIM. Sometimes that acts as an insulator resulting in very high temps. Remove the HSF and clean off all the residual TIM from it and the CPU. Ensure that nothing falls into the mobo as it could cause a short. Then re-apply the thermal compund and re-assemble it. If it still doesn't help, look to getting a better aftermarket HSF.
 

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Without getting into any technical aspects, I just wanted to know if having the CPU heat up to this temperature (I started it up several times before realizing the problem) would cause damage to the CPU AND/OR the motherboard. I can understand if the CPU has been damaged, but could it also have damaged the mobo?
 

A:CPU and/or mobo damage after 108*C CPU temp

It can, but doesn't usually... if the temperature rise is brief... No way to know without trying it...

Often the actual temperatures are not close to what your system reports... It can handle 64 to 70 degrees without trouble, and above that it is luck of the draw.
 

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A:CPUTIN vs Core Temp

I think that CPUTIN is the temperature you should be concentrating on and not the individual core temperatures. 65C is pretty high even on load. What are your system specs?
 

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A:Quirky CPU temp problem

CPU at 39C is fine. When exactly do you get the spike to 100C? If this persists I suggest that you reapply the TIM on the CPU and fit the HSF properly after cleaning.
 

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A:Worried about mobo temp

To verify what the software is stating, check the temps in the actual system BIOS before the computer loads the OS, during POST. The mobo temp is typically read from the northbridge on the motherboard which controls RAM, video, and CPU. Some chipsets run hotter than others but 80+ temps isn't normal for anything I'd say; you def want to check it out.

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I also dumped the stock cooling for a zalman fan.

It seems like my cpu idles anywhere from 35 - 40 C. When I just tried overclocking from 1.8 to 2.8 i noticed the cpu was jumping to about 70 - 76 C, on 100 percent load.

The only thing I can think of is my problem when I put thermal paste on. I can never seem to do it right. Does anybody have any tips? On how to cool this thing down.
 

A:Help cooling down cpu temp

idle temps are fine... i would try some Arctic Silver 5, Tuniq TX-2 or OCZ FreeZe compound. The Zalman grease (if that's what you ended up using) is okay but I've had better overclock temps using other solutions. The cooler itself should be fine just check that the fan is spinning at the correct speed under load.

if you're having trouble applying the thermal, take a look at this: http://www.arcticsilver.com/ins_route_step2intelas5.html
 

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my motherboard intel DG 31 PR

my processor temp: 30 intel duo2 core 2.8 model:7400
ram: 2
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2nd:ddr2 2giga

iuse pci skystar 2 satellite card

and graphic card : nividia 9400 1 giga

and iuse 2 chassis fans

what is problem?
 

A:Problem: motherboard temp above 80 c

drpc2007 said:





what is problem?Click to expand...

um, heat. lol

it's most-likely the northbridge chipset, so i would recommend cleaning out the tower and perhaps even installing a different northbridge cooler w/ fan. case fans may help with ambient temps inside the chassis, but a nb cooler would certainly help the chipset directly.
 

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A:CPU Temp Shooting Up

Your CPU fan is not very good. You should buy a better fan.
It is normal for CPU temps to go up under load, but the temp usually is lower and there is less noise when you have a good fan/cooling system.
 

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A:GTX275 Temp issue

The threshold temperature should be much over 86C. However, the XFX GTX 275 is expected to run at about 75C or lower on load. What case do you have? Is there sufficient airflow?
 

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A:Z-5500 speaker placement

It's not going to affect the printer...

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udated my bios to latest version.
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while software like everest,realtemp showing normal temp
what should i do...


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intel dual core E2140 1.6ghz
gigabyte GA G31M S2L
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A:Urgent help temp 127 degree

Tell us more about your monitoring software... and your cooling fans... along with case fan and case size.

First thing I would do is replace the power supply with one of more wattage and a reputation ands specs that show more constant output...

Then I would be certain I have cleaned the CPU and re-applied the thermal paste to be certain it is as thin as possible while still providing contact... as the common mistake is having to much. Too much acts as an insulator rather than a heat transfer tool.

Then I would replace the fan most likely to be ineffective.

I trust Everest and Realtemp, but I worry about your sensors.

Much more info might be helpful.
 

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A:Temp Question

Yes the temps are fine...
 

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A:Temp readings toggling in speedfan?

I have never heard of this happening before, i would not worry though. blame it on speedfan and try a diffrent temp monitor.

The old pentium 4 thats been running for years in my bedroom reads a core temp of -136 degrees in speedfan..
 

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A:Temp Issue

What are you using to measure the graphic cards temps? Are you having issues like freezing or other problems with your computer?
 

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A:Oki Data Giving me a Y Sensor Error

Oh the Oki data I'm working on is a C5150
 

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A:Temp Issues

How's the air flow in your case. Adequate? Do you know at what speed the fan is spinning? Or if it is at all.
 

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A:Q8200 CPU individual core temp issue

I would completely ignore these readings... They maybe meaningless. In fact, I'm sure they are
 

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A:System/cpu temp?

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A:Max safe temp for E7400

Maximum case temperature at the maximum Thermal Design Power (TDP) value: 74.1C
From here: http://processorfinder.intel.com/details.aspx?sSpec=SLB9Y#
 

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A:Temp for AMD 64 3800

It says here that your Max temp is: 71C
http://www.amdcompare.com/us-en/desktop/details.aspx?opn=ADA3800DAA5BV
 

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Ive done some more research and most people regard this 'CHIP' sensor as the ambient (case) temperature.

But my case is currently lying open on the floor AND has a 120mm fan in the front, so is my motherboard duff???

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A:CPU Temp at 99 celsius

It may be a defective motherboard... 99C would melt through the board. It wouldn't hurt to clean off all the thermal paste and apply a clean thin layer of fresh paste
 

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A:GPU Temp

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A:GPU temp

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A:Memory slot placement

'If you look at a board that uses an AMD CPU however, the slots used are 1-2 and/or 3-4.'

refer to the MSI K9N - which see;

http://www.bosamar.com/K9N/review.html

Dual channel with slots 1/3 or 2/4.

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-5v = 5.41v
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A:Faulty sensor? Or worse?

I use Lavalys EVEREST Home Edition to view system parameters. The home edition is free and can be found at MajorGeeks. Try it and if you get strange readings, then there's a problem with your BIOS.

Best,
-- Andy
 

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Thanks
 

A:Any recommendations for temp monitoring?

Read here: http://www.techspot.com/vb/showthread.php?t=98948
There are some issues with Temp reporting
I don't believe you could ever get it truly accurate, unless you attach a temp gauge to the underneath of the CPU Heatsink

Another read: http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic13759.html
 

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A:Ideal GPU temp

That temp for your GPU is Ok.

The GPU can run about 20c hotter than the CPU safely.
If the CPU is less than 50c Idle and no more than 65c under load then that is within Normal Temps
If GPU is less than around 65-70c Idle and no more than 80-85c under load then that is within Normal Temps as well.

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did you build the computer your self
 

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A:Correct Temp Reporting

Unless you are having computer problems like you mentioned, freezing, blue screens or shutdowns, temp readings are not critical. Temp sensors on motherboards are notorius for being less than accurate. Even if you used a good thermocouple to measure the temps, it would depend on where you placed the probe to get the most accurate temp. For a CPU the best place for the probe tip would be between the CPU heatsink and the CPU die... As you can imagine, this is not practical
 

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Now I know the CPU shouldn't really exced 60C but what about a GPU?
Mine runs at about 55C to 70C (70 when playing games) but when not doing anything its about 60C

So what should the Temp of a GPU be?
 

A:GPU Temp

Technically i believe the GPU can be a bit higher than what the CPU runs at.
CPU's have a threshold of about 100C forcing an automatic shut down, Graphics cards have them about 20C higher than that
At 70 under load that is bordering quite Hot but ok, as long as it doesn't hit 80C and over at that temp it could start causing damage.
The same with a CPU over 60C and that could start causing damage.

Which Graphics Card do you have?
Normally a Idle temp around 50-60C is what is normally seen and around 70-80C when under load for GPU's, Because this is only a rough estimate on GPU's yours may be different
 

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A:Problem with higher temp of comp

I think the auto shut down is only for the CPU.

As for solving the problem... depends on how you caused the problem. Is it possible that more dust went into the HSF unit, and caused some clogging? I know this might be a little hard to get rid of...

Another solution would be to change the whole HSF unit. You'd get lower temps, but it'll cost you money, and the warranty.
 

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I have a 780i Evga mobo and a q6600. Also i am running a evga 8800 gt akimbo 1gb video card.

I was wondering if hwmonitor is the best program for temps and also if the following temps were ok.

q6600 temps

core #0 - 47 C
core #1 - 47 C
core #3 - 44 C
core #4 - 43 C

Also what is the best core 2 quad heatsink and fan ?

The temp for the 8800 gt Akimbo is

58 C

So if anyone could reply it would be very much appreciated. Thanks
 

A:Temp Question

Temps are fine. Their isn't really a "best" air cooling system, just better. Zalman's stuff is good. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835118223
 

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A:Which Temp is true?

Probably lean towards TAT, but you might want to read here: http://www.techspot.com/vb/showthread.php?t=98948
 

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A:Temp Checks in FX5500

There should be a temperature monitor in the drivers. Depends what version ur drivers are.
 

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A:Online Temp Storage Solution

Too bad its Windows 98. Mozy Home seems to do exactly what you need.

Here is a list of some others, a few of which are free. XDrive looks promising except that I couldn't find OS requirements: http://davie.wordpress.com/2006/06/30/couchsurfingcom-goes-down-but-a-lesson-learned/

If you are just looking for a place to dump files and not a true 'backup solution' then I think it gets quite a bit easier. http://www.listible.com/list/online-file-storage
 

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Rick
 

A:Looking for CPU Temp Display Software

try speedfan
 

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2. The FEAR performance test showed me getting a steady 15fps no matter what settings i used (Minimum or Maximum)

3. My card idles at about 70 degrees celsius. Seems a bit hot?

My computer specs:
P4HT 2.8ghz
3GB ram
7900GT
 

A:7900GT: Some artifacts/performance issues/idle temp concerns

70c at idles does seem pretty hot....

Do you have enough circulation in your case? How many fans (in and out)?

If at the start of gaming you have no artifacts, and they increase with time, that is a classic sign of an overheating issue.

Edit: another possibility is your PSU. What make is it, and how many watts is it rated at? Also open up you case and look at the sticker attached to it. How many amps is it putting out on the +12v rail?
 

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A:CPU Temp Question

Agreed, good advice zeno, I would of said the same thing.
 

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A:Hardware Temp's Min & Max....

I'm not sure its published. They give temps like Max Case Temp for the processor, and that is something like 63C, but if you look around you'll see people's core temps exceeding that and still running. Something is screwy with my setup right now and my core temps will get to 67C on a E6400 when running Intel's Thermal Analysis Tool. I'm going to put on a better heatsink/fan soon. I have it sitting here next to me, but I killed 2 computers yesterday when I was inside them so I'm taking a break on replacing stuff for a bit. I have no idea what went wrong.
 

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Cpu temp questions please read

I just installes a new heatsink and fan on a amd athlon xp 2500+ 1.84 ghz . the idle temp before was 34 now it idles at 45. It runs well however should this temp be a concern for this chip? I used a cooper heatsink and artic silver5. Most of my computers i can get to idle at 35-39.
I also have a new P4 3.20 that no matter what I do it idles at 54. It is running vista mone basic if that matters. Should I be concerned about this one?
Can anyone direct me to a free site that I can run a program to see these temps at high load? Thank you
 

A:Cpu temp questions

Heat dissipation is also greatly affected by heatsink fan speed/air flow.

Is the new fan slower or setup differently in bios or connected differently?
 

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Also shows processor temp with the same settable threshold
warning. It's a 2.8 P4 Northwoods.

Trouble is, I don't know what those threshold temps should be?

I have added extra cooling fans and vents to the upright case.

Thanks!
 

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A:Striker Extreme temperature sensor placement

Temperature you report is normal for idle. The CPU runs hot. 62C is even normal for operation when in use.
 

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A:Cpu temp question

Depends on where the sensor is. Both are within the safe range of 62C
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A:Random shutdowns, suspect bad temp sensors

You didn't mention it so let me touch this base: when you installed the processor onto the new motherboard, did you clean off the old thermal compound from the heatsink and processor and reapply fresh compound?
 

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Hello everybody

I have build my own pc but I think I've made a mistake because I can't see the temperature or the fan-speed of my GeForce 8800gt.

Everest Home edition just shows blank fields where the data is supposed to be shown. PC wizard does the same. And nTune does not give any data either..

I have the latest drivers, so I wonder if I have forgotten something when I installed the 8800gt (hardware problems?)

The card: Asus Extreme GeForce 8800GT 512MB

Please help me
 

A:Help: 8800gt cant see temp or fan-speed

I would start by downloading the latest nvidia driver to your desktop. Then uninstall the current driver in safe mode (tap f8 on boot). Restart and then install the latest one in safe mode.

Restart normally.

then update your card's bios from here: http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us

Please double check this is your exact card.
 

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When I play games, it easily go 55 degrees celcius (i've clicked alt f4 when i reach 55..), and SpeedFan shows a logo of a fire when it's in 50 degrees so i turn all games down.

is it safe to play in 55-57 degrees?

I have the BTF95 cooler (passive) from ZEROtherm.

btw i haven't overclocked.
 

A:AMD Athlon X2 6000+ AM2 temp.

Yes LMAO. This is with stock cooler? than thats awesome. Withmy old stock cooler on my X2 5000+ overclocked to 2.9GHz I ran Prime95 and it almost hit 80C and was still perfectly stable, although it raised room temperatures quite a bit (in the high 35+C). Don't know what games ran at but I'm guessing well over 60C. Hell those temps you got there used to be my idle temps.

I have since than got a Thermalright Ultima 90 and raised volts a little and got a 3GHz speed (equivalent to your X2 6000+) and now my temps never exceed 60C. They idle in the high 30's low 40's But thats because its summer here and room temps get VERY hot.

Your temps are perfectly fine. Its when they start hitting in the mid/high 60's I'd start to worry. Cause by the sounds of it, your running stock.
 

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A:Cpu..Hd's..temp issues...

Baraka said:



any advise or hints are welcome no matter how basic or trivial...Click to expand...

Some other basics
CCleaner
Defrag
Check Disk
Turn off screen savers
Check Startups
Check for any Scheduled tasks
Update and scan with your Antivirus
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A:Fan placement question

czplayer said:



I'm going to buy 120mm case fan would it be ok to tape it out on there? My case doesn't have any slots to put a fan into.
I'm also wondering i could maybe place it on bottom panel below my graphics card.Click to expand...


 

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(me)
 

A:CPU thermo-meter placement???

I looked up this system and am glad to know about it. The page I was reading explained clearly where to place these probes.
 

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A:Core 2 quad q6600 temp

That's not a bad temp but it could be lower. You could get a Zalman heatsink/fan (hsf), i have found them to be very effective.

Google for reviews if you want, to find one that will reduce your temp the most
 

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Tom
 

A:Temp confusion

Are you using the latest version of speedfan?
 

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A:LM78 Temp data fluctuating wildly

Noobs have to start somewhere - welcome!
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A:I think my new Vid Card doesn't have a temperature sensor

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A:CPU temp. of over 100C

If the fan is spinning and you are getting that hot, then there are 2 possibilities I can think of. Thermal sensor failure (unlikely) or the heatsink has stopped making good contact with the processor (more likely). I'd remove your heatsink/fan clean off the thermal paste with alcohol, then reapply a thin layer of paste and reattach the heatsink/fan to the processor. That should fix you right up.
 

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