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Need a look at my speedfan results

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Hello, attached is my speedfan results, can somebody take a look for me whether I have problem with my fans or not?

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Looks like you have 5 fans running so I suppose this is a desktop.  That's a lot of fans.  Are the additional fans part of your GPU? 

Looks like the CPU is running nice and cool.  GPU is a bit hot but that's pretty normal.  Wouldn't hurt to make sure its heatsink is clean and that airflow to it is not blocked.


Watch a video or run an anti-virus scan for at least 5 minutes and then check the temps again.  What does it look like now?  We expect some increase in temps just don't like to see it go over 65C.

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