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Old 06-25-2007, 10:55 AM   #1
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Default Confusing Temps

well the pic kinda explains itself



n e 1 know a different program for getting temperatures so i can check what my temps actually r ?

EDIT : for some reason the screen shot came up really small so everest ultimate shows 26'C and PC Probe shows 47'C ?
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well try SpeedFan It is able to control ur fan speeds and tells the temperatures pretty close to what they really are
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just downloading now but im on my laptop so ill let u know the results later
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I'd download PC wizard to get temps. I too get such a low score with Everest, and find the ones from PC wizard to be more realistic for my conditions.
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well pc wizard and speedfan gave me the same result on my laptop 55'C so i will check on my desktop later.

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Just to add, don't trust PC Wizard's voltage monitoring. It's reading my +12V at about 14.3 volts. If that was true, my computer wouldn't work. That, and PSU testers that I have that simulate a computer load read it at like 12.07.
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right downloaded speedfan and pc wizard and well ... look



now u can c that everest CPU temp matches pc wizard Power/aux temp
everest motherboard temp matches pc wizard processor temp and speedfan temp 2 ?

if you look at them there are a few links that u can see in temps but i dont know which temp is which lol

please help whats my CPU temp ?
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have alook in the bios but i am lucky as pc wizard tells me the same as the bios
@celegorm pc wizard does that to my voltages on the 12v and 5v it adds two to each one
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well im stumped O and the CPU on that little blue thing the Number below it is F right. If u see that and look at Everest the temp in F they are the same.
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no thats 66'C its my CPU threshold i get warning beeps and screen pop ups if the temp goes over that.

its not farenheight lol.

nice thinking though.

and muz wont it be a diff temp in the bios seeing as its hasnt had to work to load windows yet ? so it will be lower ?
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