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Solved: Temperature Sensors

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by AtlBo, Jul 21, 2012.

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  1. AtlBo

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    I just installed SpeedFan on a HP DC7700 I use in the office at home to monitor temperatures. The list of sensors looks something like this:

    GPU
    Temp 1
    Temp 2
    Temp 3
    Temp 4
    HD0
    HD1
    HD2
    Core 0

    Trying to get an ID for Temp 1-Temp 4, and I'd like to know if HD1, 2, and 3 correspond to the system hard drives in alphabetical order of their names. On this PC, I have 3 drives, which are labelled C, D, and G. In other words, is HD0 hard drive C:, HD1 hard drive D:, etc.?

    Setting up some meters using a Rainmeter skin. Processor is a Core2Duo...

    Thanks
     
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  3. AtlBo

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    Thanks found the information in PC Wizard...
     
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