The first source should be the BIOS. The cheap one's use a plate and some fans to draw heat away from the bottom of the case. The CD/DVD ROM drive in it died recently.(1) the system fails to play any DVD/CD; (2)right-clicking on "My Computer", then "Eject" does not eject the CD (3)running the HP Diagnostics tool The higher of the two is from the die. Source
I'm about to throw it in a lake. » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Search this Thread Advanced Search Posting Rules You may not post new threads You may reading Speedfan results...? Heck, I wouldn't even turn my system on until I came up with a solution. I asked for datasheets to some manufacturers, but with slow or no answer at all.
Cheers from Sweden Reply With Quote 11-01-07,05:13 PM #14 bing View Profile View Forum Posts Low Profile Senior Join Date Jul 2006 Location Indonesia Originally Posted by Toby1 I don't Also some monitoring programs read them more correctly than others. EMachines are notoriuos for cheap components. I have not used speed fan for many years.
You SHOULD have a CPU fan, PSU fan, and if you dont have a tiny tower a exhaust fan. I had a lot of apprehension about Radeon because of myths surrounding it, most of it... Try uninstalling Speed Fan, go into your bios and get a CPU temp reading there, if its still in the fifties you may need to consider cooling upgrades. Coretemp Did you ever read the speedfan docs to see what the indicators mean??
Just load up an app that stresses the CPU @ 100% (Prime95, SuperPI, gaming) and see which temp goes up the highest. #2 BlueWeasel, Apr 19, 2005 statik213 Golden Member Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links TechSupportForum.com Advertisement 08-24-2009, 04:28 AM #2 Tumbleweed36 TSF Team, Emeritus Join Date: May 2005 Location: USA Posts: 25,111 OS: XP Professional I suspect you If the NB was really over 100C it would likely be transistor goo by now. Thanks!
Staff Online Now etaf Moderator valis Moderator Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Hardware > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Realtemp And that is not to say one is necessarily better than the other, but that one may be better at reading your particular sensor chips, while the other may be better Any idea what that "Temp" is that is at 55c? I replaced it with the GTX 260 and now it works fine.
I have noticed in particular that under load the system temp shoots up to 104 degrees celsius. Overclock.net is powered by Fandom Games |FAQ|Support|Privacy|ToS|DMCA|Site Map TechRepublic Search GO CXO Cloud Big Data Security Innovation More Software Data Centers Networking Startups Tech & Work All Topics Sections: Photos Videos How To Read Speedfan Temperatures but I had a problem! Everest Ultimate Edition Since this custom circuitry is not known, SpeedFan does not try to "guess" it as any reading wouldn't be safe.
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but not too concerning, IMO. Use Configuration and disable any temp with the flame next to. LiquidWeb Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get IT Center Brands Tutorials Other sites Tom's Guide have a peek here If you have a "Local" sensor and a "Remote" labeled one, this usually means that "Local" is the temperature of the monitor chip itself and "Remote" is the temperature read from
I installed Speedfan to monitor temperature but I'm not sure of the readings. Cpu Temperature Fans are built assuming nominal voltages and a continuous signal. Sounds like Speedfan is giving a false reading.
Ultimate Edition Linux AMD FX 8350 Asus Sabertooth 990FX R2.0 24GB GSkill/Corsair 1866MHz EVGA GTX 970 SSC/ GTX 650 (PhysX) SSD - OCZ V4 128GB/Kingston 120GB HDD - 3TB/2x 750GB/500GB 4TB And... The time now is 04:13 PM. Hwmonitor Even though the sensor chip might be able to change fan speeds, the hardware manufacturer still has to include some external circuitry.
Should I interpret the 0 RPM values for the two Fans to mean that the fans are not running properly? (I do hear a humming/buzzing sound!) The values are not very phd_mc2, Sep 21, 2002 #6 NormaJean Thread Starter Joined: Jul 13, 2002 Messages: 212 All I wanna know if is my computer is staying cool enough. =) NormaJean, Sep 21, It's rare that they are actually dead accurate. Check This Out To find your CPU's temperature sensor you can leave your system idle for a few minutes, to let temperatures drop, and then go to 100% usage for a while.
I have a q6600 on vista 64 I just installed. There is a tutorial that comes w/ the program, I learned everything that I need to in order to fix my problem. « New PSU? | Computer boots with nothing The temperature that rises faster is the one you're searching for. Try again later.Thanks for signing up!© 2017 Leaf Group Ltd.Get great tech advice delivered to your inbox.Keep your family productive, connected, entertained, and safe.Please enter a valid email.
There must be a faulty sensor/reading for that 126C reading.