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SpeedFan is a program that monitors voltages, fan speeds and temperatures in computers with hardware monitor chips. SpeedFan can even access S.M.A.R.T. info and show hard disk an supports SCSI disks too. SpeedFan can even change the FSB on some hardware (but this should be considered a bonus feature). Jul 02,  · The core temps are read by on-die (part of your CPU die) thermometer. Most motherboards have a temperature monitor for the CPU socket. It’s this temperature that is . Feb 08,  · Likes Received: 0. Trophy Points: 5. I have m15x alienware. When I see the Speedfan i see five temp indicator. HD0 which i think is HDD, core0 and 1 which probably means CPU temp, GPU and Temp1. Strangely, temp1 stays 80 Celcius all the time. do u know what this temperature indicates?

 

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Feb 08,  · Likes Received: 0. Trophy Points: 5. I have m15x alienware. When I see the Speedfan i see five temp indicator. HD0 which i think is HDD, core0 and 1 which probably means CPU temp, GPU and Temp1. Strangely, temp1 stays 80 Celcius all the time. do u know what this temperature indicates? Jul 02,  · The core temps are read by on-die (part of your CPU die) thermometer. Most motherboards have a temperature monitor for the CPU socket. It’s this temperature that is . SpeedFan is a program that monitors voltages, fan speeds and temperatures in computers with hardware monitor chips. SpeedFan can even access S.M.A.R.T. info and show hard disk an supports SCSI disks too. SpeedFan can even change the FSB on some hardware (but this should be considered a bonus feature).
 
 
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Post by karmusjc » Mon Jul 26, pm. Post by The Coolest » Mon Jul 26, pm. Post by marieke » Sun Aug 29, am. Post by The Coolest » Sun Aug 29, am. Post by marieke » Sun Aug 29, pm. Post by The Coolest » Tue Aug 31, am. Post by mystere » Fri Feb 11, am. Post by The Coolest » Fri Feb 11, am. Privacy Terms. Quick links. Core Temp Vs. Speed Fan – Which one is correct?

A place to discuss topics related to Core Temp. I recently downloaded their newest version of this gadget which uses Core Temp but the previous version used Speed Fan. So here’s a screenshot with both apps side by side.

My question is which one is right? Re: Core Temp Vs. Post by The Coolest » Mon Jul 26, pm The TjMax value, which is the reference point for temperature monitoring is not simple to detect on the Atom processor. Core Temp takes it’s best shot of guessing the TjMax correctly, but is not always right. For that reason Core Temp has temperature offset settings Options menu. Usually it’s best to keep the processor at least 20C below the TjMax value while under heavy load.

As long as you manage that, the “real” temperature is not important. In your case, an offset of between to may be needed to give you correct and realistic temperature readings. Both readings at same clock speed, mind you. Processor a bit overclocked and throttled. If it just needs to read a Digital Sensor, which is so accurate? You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.

Post by marieke » Sun Aug 29, pm so the TjMax is not fixed, provided by Intel, for every one to know? Or SpeedFan is not up to date on the data maybe. They have also posted TjMax values for 65nm processors, but most of them were simply giving impossible readings. So for the 65nm chips, TjMax is mostly a guess. I don’t know where SpeedFan gets their values, I get mine from trial and error. Post by mystere » Fri Feb 11, am hello, I also wanted an explanation on the difference in temperature indicated by these three programs.