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luckyboym

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Okay, I just had a huge scare with speedfan. I ran it and got this insanely hot temp on one of the sensors. Anyway, after a little research I found that this could mean that the sesnor is not actually connected to anything. My question is that I saw this temp fluctuate, will it fluctuate even if the sensor isn't connected? Or, do I really have a problem after all? The temp was up to 119*C so you can understand why I'm freaked.
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Download and install Everest Home Edition

Run the programme, click + next to computer then sensor

Look on right for any temperatures, check the same ones with speedfan, minimize Everest then check it regularly

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119*C=246 *f cpu would not be going ever

119*F =48*C cpu operating normal but warmish

More likely speedfan set to fahrenheit not celsius
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nope, its in *C, but it wasn't the cpu that was 119. I can't figure out what that temp is for and think that it might be disconnected. The speedfan site says that disconnected sensors will read very high or very low. My only question was if it was disconnected, would it still fluctuate?
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