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Old 09-23-2008
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hey im having a few problems understanding the temperature readouts, ive identified my gpu sensor but im not sure where the cpu one is or what the others are for.
Heres what it says right now

Temp1: 43C
Temp2: 43C
Temp3: -128C
HD0: 30C
Core: 49C
Core: 60C (GPU i think)
Ambient: 0C

if anyone has this program and can make some sense of this id be gratefull
Thx
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Fire up Everest and you'll figure.
My wild guess:
Temp1-CPU
Temp2-MB
Temp3-ignore
Core-core
Core-GPU
Or start Orthos/OCCT and see what temperatures rises fast. This is your CPU temperature (TCase).
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Do you have a dual core or dual processors?

Usually, in speedfan, core is a processor core. Your GPU should be, well, GPU. Should point out speedfan only accesses temp sensors in Nvidia cards.
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