CPU temperature

  ordep 06:38 27 Feb 03
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I want to establish the temperature in the computer. I believe I do that in BIOS.


Had a look but did not see anything about temperature.


Did a search, above. But absolutely nothing came up!

  cream. 07:04 27 Feb 03

I don't know if this is of any use. It is on a free trial.

click here+

  muppetmark 08:51 27 Feb 03

Speedfan works within windows click here and is freeware

  powerless 08:55 27 Feb 03

free at click here

However you need the temperature balh blah chipset on the motherboard to monitor the temperatures.

  Andsome 09:06 27 Feb 03

When I bought the computer I had PC Doctor fitted, it is not expensive. It supplies a constant readout of three temperatures. CPU, HDD and SYS. The only problem is that no one has yet been able to give me an idea of what the maximum should be in each case. At present the temperatures are CPU 30, HDD 35, and SYS 25. This is with the room at about 20 degrees. My problem is that on very hot summer days this room can reach as high as 32 degrees. The system runs Pentium 4, 2.4 GHz with an ABIT BD7-11 Motherboard, and 512 DDR X 333MHz memory. HDD 20GB ST 320014A, and Maxtor 6Y060L0. Any info would be gratefully recieved.

  Andsome 09:07 27 Feb 03

PS. The Maxtor HDD is 60 GB.

  ordep 19:33 27 Feb 03

Thank you gents, seems my temperature is 29c.which seems about right.

  Legolas 20:10 27 Feb 03

SiSandra will tell you all you need to know download it here click here= the standard version is free

  Gaz 25 21:15 27 Feb 03

Mine runs at 18 but there is no point even 40 is good.


If it gets over 60 Then Worry.

  he he :-) 21:41 27 Feb 03

mine runs at 37c.

  siouxah1 22:03 27 Feb 03

Andsome,

take a trot over to the Intel site. They have all the specs for all their CPU's. That is if you can understand their figures and you monitoring system is accurate.

Regards Brian j

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