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Hi GTG,

Can anyone tell me to what hardware these temperatures (Temp 1,Temp 2, HD0) below correspond? Another thing, Temp 2 is often over 56C like HD0. What should I do to keep those two low? I thought of Increasing fans but on which hardware (I mean Cpu? VGA?)?

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Alan :whistling:

Edited by alandemartino, 01 April 2006 - 12:15 AM.

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Are the fan speeds adjustable, they seem low

Download and install Everest Home Edition

Run the programme, click + next to computer then sensor to check other temperatures, the hard drives are usually the lowest
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Hey Keith,

Thanks for getting back at me. I had that program :whistling: I compared the temperatures and they are exactly the same.

Thus, with speedfan:

-> Temp1 = Mobo Temp.
-> Temp2 = CPU Temp.
-> HD0 = HD Temp.

How can I adjust the fan speeds if they're at 100%?

Thanks,
Alan

Edited by alandemartino, 01 April 2006 - 04:06 AM.

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If that is the maximum then it looks like new faster ones, I have

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Check the options for changing the CPU fan, adding chassis fans

Post the relevant details if you need help with this
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I already have chassis fans. Average mobo temperature is 34. I just switched on my pc from a little nap, thats why the temperatures aren''t that high.

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