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How to read northbridge and mobo temperature?

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May 19, 2007 6:07:17 PM

^^Topic
May 22, 2007 10:03:53 AM

yeah i have that software, but it indicate so many temperature... i dun noe which is the mobo temperature....
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May 22, 2007 6:13:41 PM

What is the CPU? What is the MB and what is ambient temp? It's probably one of the following:

Temp1: 43C
Temp1: 45C
Core: 12C

Unless your room temp is 50 °F, I wouldn't trust that "Core" temp value at all. If you have a dual core chip, it could be that your MB temp isn't displayed. If you have a single core chip it's one of those "temp1" numbers probably. What happens to them if you run orthos? One should shoot up if single core, and both should shoot up if dual core. Your MB temp shouldn't be over say 45 C unless you have a serious problem.
May 23, 2007 6:59:00 AM

i am using dual core...when i run orthos, only first Temp1 is shooting up.. but 2nd Temp1 dun... does it mean that 2nd Temp1 is mobo temperature?
May 23, 2007 7:04:10 AM

Stop using speedfan and try rmclock which is much better in my opinion.
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