The main temps you care about are Core which is your CPU and GPU which is your graphics. These are staying fairly cool even under load so I wouldn't worry about Temp 3 which isn't getting that hot. If a fan starts quickly and doesn't make any odd noises there is no need to replace it.
Posted 07 March 2018 - 01:54 PM
i know a few times the fan has gotten to 60C and the GPU fan was hovering around 50-51C when playing that same game
Posted 15 March 2018 - 01:25 PM
i have no idea what to do. this is a speccy report after me just having chrome open for less than 10 minutes:
Posted 16 March 2018 - 05:07 AM
Speccy doesn't look bad. What's the problem?
Your fan picture needs to show a part number or at least add a ruler to it and tell me what kind of connector it has. 3 wire or 4?
Posted 26 minutes ago
Sorry about not replying until now. Been busy with work
The one problem fan was almost at 65C and one other was over 50C (which rarely happens now).
I don't know what kind of connector but I did get the pics. I had to turn off the fan and unscrew it since it was screwed to the casing of my desktop.
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