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angel81

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hi g2g :whistling:

i am looking for a program that monitors my cpu temp etc but i have had no luck in finding one that supports my motherboard its the VL33 mobo if anyone can help i would appreciate it

thanks in advance angel
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Facedown98

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Hi. I suggest the following...

Speedfan

Everest Home Edition


Give them both a shot and see which works for you. SpeedFan is the most popular for just temperatures, but Everest is the only one of those two which offers computer information, etc.

Let us know how it works for you :whistling:
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hey thanks for the fast reply :whistling:

i have installed the speedfan prog and its says :

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so i guess that ok right ?
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Try not to double post, if your browser is sluggish only press the button (submit) once, and exit the browser then re-open.
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Well, if you can, please try to figure out what Remote 1 is. The fire means that the temperature is too high (but you probably didn't need me to tell you that :whistling: ) 51 degrees Celsius is 123.8 degrees Fahrenheit. Depending on what Remote 1 is, that temperature might be just a little above what it should be, or it's way over. I'm tempted to say way over either way, but my video card gets to 120 Fahrenheit sometimes, so if that's what it is, you aren't too far off from the norm.
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angel81

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i have just found out bu using everest that the remote 1 is my cpu temp so 51C is bad :whistling:
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Well, what were you doing when you took that screenshot? Were you running anything that takes up a lot of resources? Just quit anything that takes up resources?
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i wasnt running anything apart from this forum but i have taken the side off my case and the temp has gone down to 45C so i'll just get another fan :whistling:
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Before you buy another one, have you cleaned the ones already installed? Dust and other forms of debris might be stopping them from going at their best. How about air ducts, or "holes"? Is there dust preventing the air from coming out of the computer?
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theres no dust that i know of the fans and the case are all new only 2 days old
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Ah alright. It very well might be that you need more fan power. I'd say install another one, it will likely serve you well :whistling:
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:blink: yep added two new fans todays and the temp has gone right down to 35C and only goes to 42C when in playing online games

thanks for your help :whistling:
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Very welcome :whistling:
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