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August 29, 2007 3:47:05 AM

I just recieved my new pc and am testing everything on it, I installed PC wizard and was browsing through everything and came upon this,
Monitoring Chip : ITE IT8718F
Voltage CPU : 1.34 V
+3.3V Voltage : 3.34 V
+5V Voltage : 5.04 V
+12V Voltage : 13.08 V
FSB_VTT : 3.34 V
VBAT : 3.15 V
Chassis Fan : 1854 rpm
Processor Fan : 5314 rpm
Power/Aux Fan : 10 rpm
Processor Temperature : 39 °C
Processor Temperature (Core 1) : 24 °C
Processor Temperature (Core 2) : 24 °C
Mainboard Temperature : 42 °C
Power/Aux Temperature : 25 °C
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GPU Fan : 100%
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Two questions, 13V too much on a 12 volt rail or is this just a bad reading?, second, 10 RPM on the power fan and 5300 on the proc fan? do you think thats a bad sensor or it really is that way, my old P4 machine makes more noise at idle than the proc fan, which is the only thing i hear.

EDIT: Also, Does anyone know of other programs for readings like this? and that can change fan speeds?

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August 29, 2007 4:15:59 AM

Doesnt anyone know if 13V is too much?
August 29, 2007 4:25:09 AM

dude, its 12:25am on the US east coast, 8:25PM west coast. Dont expect a lot of answers to come blazing in at this hour. Be patient and check back tomorrow.

Good luck.
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August 29, 2007 4:26:44 AM

starcraftfanatic said:
Doesnt anyone know if 13V is too much?


13V is within the tolerable limits. +/-1V won't kill the system. What kind of power supply does this system have? As far as the 10 RPM, it is probably being read from a lead off the power supply. What kind of processor does this system have? A 5K RPM reading for the processor fan may be normal for the type of processor used. Much more info is needed to help answer your questions reliably without just guessing.
August 29, 2007 4:30:54 AM

Acutaly its 11:30 here, was just waiting for 530MB BF2 patch to finish downloading and im going to bed, I have a CoolerMaster 600 Watt, 8800GTS, E6750, Liquid cooler, one of the cheaper models, guessing fan is the radiator that is the only noise tonight, its at idle, just sitting here typing and waiting
August 29, 2007 4:44:21 AM

starcraftfanatic said:
Acutaly its 11:30 here, was just waiting for 530MB BF2 patch to finish downloading and im going to bed, I have a CoolerMaster 600 Watt, 8800GTS, E6750, Liquid cooler, one of the cheaper models, guessing fan is the radiator that is the only noise tonight, its at idle, just sitting here typing and waiting


Not familiar with your choice of software (PC Wizard), I use SpeedFan for snooping fan speeds and temp readings from the various thermal sensors (other than the ones on the front of my case). You can pick it up here http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php.
August 29, 2007 4:55:30 AM

PC Wizard, made by same people that make CPU-Z
Thanks
That really helped and it also made things more confusing, says i have 3 fans, ones running at nuclear explosion iminent speeds, other two dont work, says 12V line running at 12.08....

EDIT: also says 3.3V line doesnt have any voltage
August 29, 2007 5:01:41 AM

starcraftfanatic said:
PC Wizard, made by same people that make CPU-Z
Thanks
That really helped and it also made things more confusing, says i have 3 fans, ones running at nuclear explosion iminent speeds, other two dont work, says 12V line running at 12.08....

EDIT: also says 3.3V line doesnt have any voltage


SpeedFan? It works for me... You may have to configure the program to your sensor chip. Did it give you a pop-up notice on what it found during it's initial bus scan? You will need to configure the program to what it says or the readings will not be accurate.
August 29, 2007 5:09:56 AM

I'm going to take a wild guess that you have an nVidia chipset motherboard like a 650 or 680?
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