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before I open my case maybe these temperatures are effected by how the long the system has been running before testing
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These are my actual speedfan temps and fan speeds and my system has been running for about
5 months solid.
I reboot every other day but unless replacing a internal component my system runs all the time.

Also note my 12+ volt rail compared to what yours is showing..
I still think that is a problem.
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temperatures are effected by how the long the system has been running before testing

Nope. If you don't use any demanding applications, temps should stay at about same level.
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The temps will change slightly due to the air temp in the room. It should not be a drastic change unless the room temp is doing a really drastic change.
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well my pc is mainly for gaming but have not played any games for awhile a rshaffer weird question are you running to hard drives or something I know HD in compter talk is hard drive but I'm un-sure in this program
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sorry and two 123runner I actually keep it chilly in this room so I highly doubt thats a cause
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The temps will change slightly due to the air temp in the room

That's it.
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so my core temperature is super hot because its cold in my room?
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No :)
We said, they shouldn't change MUCH, with room temp changes.
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oh lol,I got ya now so in a minute I'll open up my case and clean it up and will tell you if my temperature changes
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Also note my 12+ volt rail compared to what yours is showing..
I still think that is a problem.

If you mean that +11.43V, the ATX Form Factor standard calls for +12V +/- 5%. 5% of 12 is .6V so you are barely in there and I would keep an eye on it over a wide range of loads.

temperatures are effected by how the long the system has been running before testing

Nope. If you don't use any demanding applications, temps should stay at about same level.

Temperatures are affected by how long the system has been running. But, once the computer reaches normal operating temperature, the temperatures will stabilize, then vary depending on the load presented by the test, and ambient temps.

It really does not matter if the room is freezing if the case is not providing sufficient front to back air flow through the case by pulling that cool air in. Then it really does not matter how much air the case is moving through it if everything is covered and clogged with heat trapping dust and dirt.
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Temperatures are affected by how long the system has been running.

Hmmm...my system has been up for 5 hours now, running mostly Firefox, Thunderbird, and Windows Explorer.
CPU temp stays at constant 18C (+\- 2C)
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like I said I'll post back when I cleaned the case(hope that did not come off as rude)
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Hmmm...my system has been up for 5 hours now, running mostly Firefox, Thunderbird, and Windows Explorer.
CPU temp stays at constant 18C (+\- 2C)

And that is normal. If you put a load on it, such as running a benchmark, or do some folding where the CPU is run at 100% full time, the temperatures are sure to rise. Then once the system goes to idle, the temperature will drop back to idle temperatures.

BTW - unless you are running alternative cooling, or you have your computer in a refrigerator, there is NO WAY your computer is running at 18°C in Southern California. 18°C = 64.4°F and it would defy the Laws of Physics for a heat generating machine to be cooler internally than the surrounding environment using conventional (fans) cooling.

Edited by Digerati, 09 July 2009 - 08:30 PM.

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If you put a load on it, such as running a benchmark, or do some folding where the CPU is run at 100% full time, the temperatures are sure to rise. Then once the system goes to idle, the temperature will drop back to idle temperatures.

Total agreement here.

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