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here it goes...how and where do i find out how hot my comp is running cuz its hot in the back of my pc..........and how do i find out all the things that came with my computer????
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Have a go with this

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Click + next to computer then summary, click sensor for temperature

Edited by Keith, 19 May 2005 - 12:04 PM.

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this is how its running...tell me if it is normal...please....ty....Field Value
CPU 2096 RPM
Field Value
Chassis 1388 RPM
this is my cooling fan...do u need the rest of it....plz let me know...ty.
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If you click sensor which is at the lower end of list when you click + next to computer then you get temperatures hopefully below 80
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If you click sensor which is at the lower end of list when you click + next to computer then you get temperatures hopefully below 80

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thats the temp of my cooling fan.....what i posted...
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I only see the speed, it's the three above that, motherboard, CPU and AUX, which could be 60C 35C and 60C
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I only see the speed, it's the three above that, motherboard, CPU and AUX, which could be 60C 35C and 60C

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its m.b 35o c(95of)cpu 56oc(133of) samsungsv6oo3h 29oc(84of)thanks for ur help....
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Nothing unusual there
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Nothing unusual there

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thanks alot keith ..i appreciate ur input.....
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If you click + next to software then installed programmes, it will show you what is there with most of the version numbers. Generally, click anything to see what it tells you.

Thank you for letting me know how you got on
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pc health in bios is another way

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