Are these temps/voltages safe?

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DocHolliday2006

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Motherboard -80 degrees C
CPU - 29 degrees C
CPU diode - 98 degrees C
CPU Core - 1.66V
AUX - 1.66 v
3.3v - 3.28 v
+5V- 4.84 v
+12v -12.02v
-5V - -4.55v

cpu FAN = 3444 rpm

Are these all safe? it's from a computer that keeps resetting itself that I've already tested for viruses.

Thanks for the help.
-Andrew
 
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The 80°C and 98°C temps are not safe, but I suspect they are more related to the lack of understanding of the software used to produce the readings rather than the readings themselves in that there may be no sensors on the motherboard.

The CPU seems too cold to make much sense. But on board sensors could be 10°C out anyway, whick would make it OK. It's also highly related to the room temperature, which we don't know. Could be right if your room is close to freezing...

You need to give us more info, such as how you are getting the readings, before we can comment? Plus motherboard details.

If you are using third party software not designed to work with the motherboard the readings could be anything, unrelated to reality.
 

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kiwiguy said:
The 80°C and 98°C temps are not safe, but I suspect they are more related to the lack of understanding of the software used to produce the readings rather than the readings themselves in that there may be no sensors on the motherboard.

The CPU seems too cold to make much sense. But on board sensors could be 10°C out anyway, whick would make it OK. It's also highly related to the room temperature, which we don't know. Could be right if your room is close to freezing...

You need to give us more info, such as how you are getting the readings, before we can comment? Plus motherboard details.

If you are using third party software not designed to work with the motherboard the readings could be anything, unrelated to reality.

It's my brothers computer that I built years ago for him. It recently started to shut off on him at random times (I think he may have moved it), but he's in Boston and I can't get to it to check it myself. The mobo was an A7N8X Delux. The sensor is Asus ASB 100 bach.

I had him download the program everest home edition and click on sensor. That's how he got the readings. He emailed them to me so I have no direct control. With those readings, I thought it would be a good idea to install another fan.

Any advice welcome.

Thanks.
 
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mobo and CPU diode, if Ur CPU diode is 98 Celsius your machine is probably bursting into flames...
 
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