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October 23, 2009 2:18:58 PM

What is AUX Temperature?

Myne is 36 degree,But my friends was 115 degree!What does this mean? :??: 

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October 23, 2009 4:01:25 PM

No one here is clairvoyant. My crystal ball license was permanently revolked years ago, so please explain yourself clearly. A few more keystrokes; include more details, and be specific. Are you perhaps referring to SpeedFan?
October 24, 2009 1:12:37 AM

CompuTronix said:
No one here is clairvoyant. My crystal ball license was permanently revolked years ago, so please explain yourself clearly. A few more keystrokes; include more details, and be specific. Are you perhaps referring to SpeedFan?



I am using CPUID HW Monitor for checking temps,My temps are:

SYSTIN 35 Degrees
CPUTIN 42 Degrees
AUXTIN 45 Dregrees
HDD 31 Degrees

I dont know wat is the AUX temp and how can i reduce it?
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October 24, 2009 1:23:40 AM

That's a little better, however, exactly what is Hardware Monitor ... monitoring? More information, please. System specs? Motherboard? Processor, etc.?
October 31, 2009 1:04:45 AM

CompuTronix said:
That's a little better, however, exactly what is Hardware Monitor ... monitoring? More information, please. System specs? Motherboard? Processor, etc.?



Intel P4 HT 630 @ 3.63Ghz
Asus P5KPL AM/PS
Transcend 2x1GB DDR2 800MHz
Seagate SATA 250GB 7200.12
Sony DVD-RW
AND an Intex 450Watt psu(will buy another when i buy a new gfx card)
November 1, 2009 1:05:59 AM

In this instance, Aux is simply an unassigned thermal input, which will typically read invalid values. When a hardware platform has no unassigned inputs, then Aux will instead read values from thermal sensors for memory, northbridge or southbridge chipset temperatures.
November 1, 2009 1:26:39 AM

CompuTronix said:
In this instance, Aux is simply an unassigned thermal input, which will typically read invalid values. When a hardware platform has no unassigned inputs, then Aux will instead read values from thermal sensors for memory, northbridge or southbridge chipset temperatures.


Ok how can i reduce it & wats ur AUX Temp?

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November 1, 2009 1:32:07 AM
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In Hardware Monitor, if Aux is being read from an unassigned input, then just ignore it. In SpeedFan, Aux can simply be disabled, and therefore ignored. My Aux temperature is currently 17c, which isn't possible, since ambient is 25c. I've seen it vary from -19c to 127c, which means it's an unassigned input from the super I/O (Input/Output) chip on the motherboard. It's a common anomoly.
November 1, 2009 1:40:21 AM

CompuTronix said:
In Hardware Monitor, if Aux is being read from an unassigned input, then just ignore it. In SpeedFan, Aux can simply be disabled, and therefore ignored. My Aux temperature is currently 17c, which isn't possible, since ambient is 25c. I've seen it vary from -19c to 127c, which means it's an unassigned input from the super I/O (Input/Output) chip on the motherboard. It's a common anomoly.


Ok guy,Thanks for ur help,See u in next thread!
November 1, 2009 1:42:35 AM

You're welcome, and thanks for the "Best Answer".
May 27, 2010 5:14:22 AM

hello im using everest home and i compare temps with the asus probe2 softare and i found out that my AUX temp value in everest was the same that the pwr (power supply) in probe2 so i deduce that my aux temp was the power supply one hopee it help :) 


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May 27, 2010 11:19:21 AM

mozartripper said:
hello im using everest home and i compare temps with the asus probe2 softare and i found out that my AUX temp value in everest was the same that the pwr (power supply) in probe2 so i deduce that my aux temp was the power supply one hopee it help :) 


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Which is your powersupply,I dont think its my psu,bcoz i am using intex generic psu 450w!

Thanks for your reply!
June 18, 2011 11:36:37 AM

Hello, im having problmes with my Aux temp , beacuse of its hight temp the goes over 100°C and it makes my pc crash with an blue screen , what can i do to lower its temp?

Aux 95 °C (203 °F) this is the avarreg temp

This is my system
Procesor HexaCore AMD Phenom II X6 Black Edition 1090T, 3664 MHz (16 x 229)
Chipset AMD RD890, AMD K10
2x DIMM1: Corsair CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9 4 GB DDR3-1333 DDR3 SDRAM
NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT (256 MB)
VIA VT2020 @ ATI SB800 - High Definition Audio Controller
HDD Maxtor 6L160M0 ATA Device (160 GB, 7200 RPM, SATA)
HDD ST31000524AS ATA Device (931 GB, IDE)
Corsair 650W power supply
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