Check my temp..I believe it is too hot..

  • albin
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I think I have high temperature.
Anyone one would like to check this?

I have Asus P5 Mother Board with 40G Samsung SP0411n, TSSTcorp CD-R/RW SH-R522c, 500w Powersupply, Pentium 4 3.00 Ghz, SoftV92 Data Fax Modem, Via Rhine II Fast Ethernet Adapter.

Thats pretty much whats installed in my mother board, I'm not using the modem anymore since I'm using lan connection for my internet and I seldom use my cd-rom.

My power supply is not a dual fan, don't have also case fan, my heatsink is clean with fresh thermal paste on it.

I'm using desktop fan to reduce the temperature of my pc.


Speedfan

Fan1: 4592 rpm
Temp1:67c
Temp2:41c
Temp3:-128c

Vcore1: 1.38v -12v: -16.97v
Vcore2: 3.30v -5v : -8.78v
+3.3v : 3.07v +5v : 5.13v
+5v : 5.11v Vbat: 3.18v
+12v : 11.78v


temp1 stands for the temp of what device/parts?
temp2 stands for the temp of what device/parts?

is there anyway to reduce my temperature?
Don't have any AC in our living room.
Tnx! Have a nice day! =)
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  • suzie
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Hello Albin,

My computer also gets hot at the moment. We, my son mainly thinks we need a new motherbord because it keeps getting too hot and then it switches off suddenly sometimes. Now i have a big domestic fan running at the back of the machine and one more domestic fan running inside the main area.

Maybe you need a new motherboard too.But of course yours may be fine wait..
S
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I'm planning to buy a new pc. I've been using my computer for about 3 years now. I'm starting my first job probably weeks from now and i'm hoping that I could save some money from my earnings to buy new one. I'm thinking to buy pc that really have good cooling system. Btw, I'm living in the Philippines, its a tropical country so its one reason why my pc's temperature is high. hehe..I couldn't use AC because we have really high rate of power here in country its too expensive. ;)
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Ah Albin,

Asia: I was looking at one of your countries sites last week, very nice it was too.

Good luck with the new job, and the computer!

S

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I take it that 67 is under full load?

//EDIT - Old thread. Oops.

67 under load is no problem basically. At idle id be expecting more around the 45 mark. Depends upon ambient temperatures etc, old Prescott core Intels used to be the worst for temperatures.

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