Subject: Opinions regarding cpu and board temps
By: Frank (IP: 76.255.197.*)
Written on: 14-10-2008 08:25

hey guys, Ive seen several things going around with my computer
I was wondering if the temperature had to do something with its behavior
(such as blue screen messages or computer going off by itself)

let me show u what my temperature monitor shows(I use PC Wizard 200 :

Hardware Monitoring : Winbond W83627THF
Voltage CPU : 1.23 V
+3.3V Voltage : 3.30 V
+5V Voltage : 5.00 V
+12V Voltage : 17.65 V
Processor Fan : 3590 rpm
Processor Temperature : 37 C
Mainboard Temperature : 29 C
Power/Aux Temperature : 113.5 C
ACPI Thermal Zone : -269.2 C
Video Monitoring : nVidia Driver + Thermal Diode
GPU Temperature : 51 C
GPU Diode : 51.9 C
GPU Fan : 100%
Hard Disk Monitoring : S.M.A.R.T
Hard Disk Temperature SAMSUNG HD160JJ : 31 C

By the way, Im new to this forum and also Im new in cooling tecniques so if this topic has been already discussed before, I do apologize I dont intend to spam but I didnt find anything that would match my issue.

Thanks for your help

By: Ray (IP: 86.164.224.*)
Written on: 29-11-2008 04:42


The following make no sense:-

> +12V Voltage : 17.65 V
> ACPI Thermal Zone : -269.2 C
> GPU Fan : 100% (assuming \"Processor Temperature : 37 C22 means that your PC is idling.

Reply with BIOS readings for 12V & GPU fan.
Try Sisoft Sandra for a cross-check and look at the ACPI Thermal Zone.
I assume you\'ve got a laptop? If so there are lots of problems here and lots of solutions but they may be specific to your particular hardware, for which you will need to supply all possible details to a corresponding manufacturers\' support forum?
HTH, Ray
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