Temp Concerns

I have been looking over the temp threads and I am a little worried about my system temps, I think I am running
to hot. Any advice would be welcomed.

Nvidia GT9600
AMD Phenom II x4 940 3.01GHz
x1 120mm Case Fan
PSU Scythe Stronger 700w
Gelid Tranquillo Quiet CPU Cooler
NZXT Hush Black Silent Case

4 GB Ram
x2 HDD
x1 DvD
Dual monitors.

Cpu @ 49 degrees celcius
mobo @ 45 degrees celcius
Fan @ 1548 rpm
Vcore @ 1.41v
+12V @ 12.16v

Temps taken sat at the desktop. I am not overclocked in anyway.
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  1. Which tool did you use to check the temp? If its those inbuilt motherboard ones then its not accurate enough.

    Try downloading Real Temp and see the temperatures.
  2. Hey Hell_Storm,
    I used PC Probe II to get the temps. My concern is I spent a bit of cast to get the cool n quite hardware and it seems im still running hot. Want me to get Real Temp and post again?
  3. Yes! PC Probe as a software sucks!

    Trust HWMonitor, Real Temp, Core Temp for temperatures.
  4. I hope this helps.

    Hardware Monitors
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    Hardware monitor ITE IT87
    Voltage 1 1.41 Volts [0x58] (VIN1)
    Voltage 2 3.33 Volts [0xD0] (+3.3V)
    Voltage 3 4.95 Volts [0xB8] (+5V)
    Voltage 4 12.16 Volts [0xBE] (+12V)
    Voltage 7 3.66 Volts [0x88] (+5V VCCH)
    Voltage 8 3.18 Volts [0xC7] (VBAT)
    Temperature 0 49°C (120°F) [0x31] (TMPIN0)
    Temperature 1 44°C (111°F) [0x2C] (TMPIN1)
    Temperature 2 16°C (60°F) [0x10] (TMPIN2)
    Fan PWM 0 99 pc [0x7F] (FANPWM0)
    Fan PWM 1 99 pc [0x7F] (FANPWM1)
    Fan PWM 2 99 pc [0x7F] (FANPWM2)
  5. Hardware Monitors Running World of Warcraft..
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Voltage 1 1.41 Volts [0x58] (VIN1)
    Voltage 2 3.31 Volts [0xCF] (+3.3V)
    Voltage 3 4.95 Volts [0xB8] (+5V)
    Voltage 4 12.16 Volts [0xBE] (+12V)
    Voltage 7 3.66 Volts [0x88] (+5V VCCH)
    Voltage 8 3.18 Volts [0xC7] (VBAT)
    Temperature 0 53°C (127°F) [0x35] (TMPIN0)
    Temperature 1 45°C (113°F) [0x2D] (TMPIN1)
    Temperature 2 21°C (69°F) [0x15] (TMPIN2)
    Fan PWM 0 99 pc [0x7F] (FANPWM0)
    Fan PWM 1 99 pc [0x7F] (FANPWM1)
    Fan PWM 2 99 pc [0x7F] (FANPWM2)

    I got a quick fan warning also.
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  7. How old is your PC? Have you ever applied TIM?
  8. PC is new, all bought and built in the last 8 months or so approximately. I have applied no TIM at all. I took the side off the case off and at idle "well Outlook running and replying this post" the temps are,

    CPU @ 34c
    Mobo @ 34c
  9. 34 deg is fine. Then i don't think you have any such problems. Still to be on the safer side, you can go ahead and apply a fresh coat of TIM to your proccy and it would help you in the long run.

    Its only $10 - $15!
  10. Its back up again, dare not put the side back on the case as it goes higher. Have I a broken Heat Sink or fan or something? Please advise.


    Hardware monitor ACPI
    Temperature 0 40°C (104°F) [0xC3C] (THRM)

    Hardware monitor AMD Phenom II X4 940
    Power 0 140.40 W (Processor)
    Temperature 0 55°C (130°F) [0x1B5] (Core #0)
    Temperature 1 55°C (130°F) [0x1B5] (Core #1)
    Temperature 2 56°C (131°F) [0x1BC] (Core #2)
    Temperature 3 56°C (131°F) [0x1BC] (Core #3)

    Hardware monitor NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GT
    Temperature 0 55°C (131°F) (GPU Core)

    Hardware monitor WDC WD10EARS-00Y5B1
    Temperature 0 33°C (91°F) [0x21] (Assembly)

    Hardware monitor WDC WD3200AAKS-00L9A0
    Temperature 0 33°C (91°F) [0x21] (Assembly)

    [CPU]----------[AMD Phenom II x4 940 @ 3.01 Ghz]
    [MainBoard]---[ASUS Crosshair II Formula Republic of Gamers Series nForce 780a SLI]
    [GFX]---------[Nvidia 9600GT]
    [RAM]----------[x4 2GB DDR2 pc2-5300 @ 333 Mhz]
    [PSU]---------[Scythe Stronger 700w]
    [Cooling]------[Gelid Tranquillo]
    Display]------[Dual 20inch Acer moniters]
    [HDDs]-------[x2 Western Digital]
    [Case]------[NZXT Hush Black Silent Case]
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