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Old 09-18-2009, 03:18 AM   #1
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Can somebody please tell me what the 3 readings in CPUCOOL mean, I am running this program and am getting these readings 43-83-25, The middle temp is peaking at 92-95 on start up then drops to around 80-85c this temp is concerning me, in CPUCOOLs table it reads as Temp sens 0 83c, I only have two fans in my tower the one on the heat sinc and one I added myself for cooling, I am having lots of regular crashes/ restarts on start up and am sure its heat related but cant figure out how to stop it, I have cleaned out my PC dozerns of time but it is becoming more frequent now, also how do you get the heatsinc off? heres my confusing part, I have another program called WINDOCTOR which came with my PC, when I run that in the temperature table it lists two temps.....SYStemp.....27 and CPUtemp at 44 both highlighted in green meaning OK so if the CPU is fine and Systemp is fine what is the high temperature reading im getting in the CPU COOL program?

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Old 09-18-2009, 05:19 PM   #2
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I recommend you download CoreTemp, Everest, or Hardware monitor. All those found here (links at the bottom): http://computerforums.org/showthread.php?t=88420
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