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ASRock 939Dual-SATA2 temperature sensors

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by steveb1492, Aug 11, 2006.

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  1. steveb1492

    steveb1492 Thread Starter

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    Does anyone know where I can find the information about what sensors sense what (for eithe motherboard monitor or speedfan)? I cannot, for the life of me, figure out what is what.

    Here's the options:
    Core (is this the CPU)? averages around 45 and fluctuates a lot (in frequency, not size).
    Temp 1 is constant at 36 (except for one random jump to 37)
    Temp 2 averages at about 41 and is pretty stable with a few small spikes when Core spikes
    Temp 3 averages about 34-35 and fluctuates a lot (like Core)

    Anyone have any ideas?
     
  2. coorrel

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    What program are you using?

    If core is around 45 I'm guessing it's the CPU.
    The rest may be HDD's... You have 3 hard drives?
    I don't really know.
     
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    Speedfan right now. Hdd's are on different sensors (HD0 and HD1). Default temperature to display in the taskbar is Temp2, so could that be the CPU??? I think temp2 and core are northbridge and cpu, but i dont know which is which. And then I have no clue about the others.
     
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    OK. Temp 2 is the CPU (compared cold temps with those from bios). Anyone have a clue about the other temps?
     
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