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High temp on speedfan


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mozzer11

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I'm getting a high temp (106c) on 'Temp3' with speedfan but i'm not sure what 'Temp3' is. Can anyone help?

In everest it says it's the CPU temp, but i'm sure its not as the fan is spinning fast.
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What temperature readings do you get in Everest for the cpu, hard disk and motherboard? Regarding SppedFan I stopped using it a long time ago because I could never understand what temp belongs to what item. As a matter of fact I can't understand why they didn't change this.
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Well everest doesn't detect my CPU temp, but my HD and mobo temps are 25c and 33c respectively.
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Now temp3 on speedfan has gone down to -5 :whistling:
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As far as I remember 106 degrees indicates to open circuit which shows the top reading of SpeedFan. I guess that -5 is the minimum. Both indicate that there is no sensor to be read as temp 3.

It is possible that the cpu doesn't have a temp sensor or that it's faulty. Enter the BIOS and in Computer Health, or something of this nature, look for cpu temperature. If you don't find it there then probably there is no sensor. Please report what you see.
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In the BIOS it's @ 32c.
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That looks fine. I have no explanation as to why Everest don't read the sensor.
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Have you tried MBM (mother board monitor)?
I have been using that a lot and it seems to be quite configuarable .
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