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From the screenie below, I have n idea what Temp 1 Temp 2 and HD0 means, plus Temp 1 just jump from those 3 temperatures. Can someone exp[lain to me what does these things mean and how to tweak SpeedFan? Thanks so much!

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http://thepcreport.n...s-temperatures/
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http://thepcreport.n...s-temperatures/


Wow thanks! :) The only problem now is that my hard drive is always showing a flame
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First of all SpeedFan allows to set temperature level at which it'll show a flame. I believe, 50C is the default.
Secondly, SpeedFan doesn't always label temperatures correctly.
In your case, Temp1 is a fake, usually, non-existing sensor.
I think, Temp2 is your CPU and HD0 is your video card.

Download, and install Everest: http://www.majorgeek...wnload4181.html
Open it.
In left pane expand Computer folder.
Click on Sensor and see what temperature is listed there for CPU. Compare it to SpeedFan reading.
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