Yes, Speedfan does have the temps that Everest has. But those temps never change, while under load, or idle, or inactive. The Speedfan temps stayed at 25C & 36C. The rig has a funnel blowing air directing onto the HSF, but no extra case fans (other than the PSU). I know that case fans are cheap, but my budget litterally had enough for the parts I bought at the moment, so Im stuck without them for the moment.
Anyway back to the temp readings. My T-Bird rig had some false readings on some of their sensors in Speedfan, such as 112C, those never changed and I know nothing in that rig was that hot, cause I'd be burnt right now, so I removed them from my readings. So if the temps NEVER change from a cold boot, to having the rig run for days, to putting it underload, and to letting it idle; shouldn't that mean they're false readings or sensors not being used?
With your 3rd statement samm, how would I know which it which then? I ask this in relation to my "temp1 (top one)" & "core" temps. Both are always close, and when I put the CPU under heavy load, or remove the tunnel fan, to try and raise the CPU temp so I can lable them right and thus know which one is which; both temps start to go up. Could this be two different CPU sensors? Like how you also posted in your 2nd statement? Could one be a Die temp and the other under the cpu? If that's the case then which one should I be more concerned about?
Also Speedfan shows fan1 (CPU fan) running at 150000RPM. I know that's reported wrong. Is there another program I can use to check speeds and temps?
Thanks for all the help and info on why they're all different.
Edited by Xenotron, 10 June 2007 - 02:17 AM.