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Impruv
01-07-06, 07:16 PM
When using speedfan to check my tempertures; the temperature beside the CPU title says -128C...what does that mean?

CPU: -128C
Ambient: 40C
Remote: 47C
HD0: 39C
Temp1: 40C

I understand that ambient is the case temperature; HD0 being the harddrive....what exactly is remote and temp1? I assume remote is the graphics card and why is CPU -128C?

TierMann
01-07-06, 09:31 PM
Someone labeled it wrong. Temp1 is probably your CPU and that -128 you can just hide because it's a sensor that's not present. A good test is to run something that's going to get your cpu going at 100% like folding@home or prime95 and see which temp goes up the most.

Impruv
01-07-06, 09:40 PM
okay; ty tier

Edit: Remote was the actual CPU temperature; TY =D

Damn Pentium D's; they run so hot.

Guess no OC'ing for me on stock fans :(

Dazz
01-08-06, 11:14 AM
Remote: 47C sounds like your processor temp.