CPU Temp

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by G-Lizard86, Jul 10, 2002.

  1. G-Lizard86

    G-Lizard86 Guest

    Hey people i was wondering what is a better setting for my agp card? x2 or x4, it's now set @ x2, and another question, where can i find a program that monitors (in windows) the temp of my cpu? This is supported by the mobo but now i can only c the temp in the bios setup screen, and not in windows, and last but not least can someone help me overclock?
     
  2. Iceman

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    4x of course, if your vid card can do it,

    Motherboard monitor cpu program

    MBM

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  3. G-Lizard86

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    Like thanks, and what about that overclocking issue..where the hell is catch when you need em? Come out Come out wherever you are....:D:D:D
     
  4. Iceman

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    But of course, didn't get voted as Superhero for nothing :D

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  5. UniSol

    UniSol I'm all ears

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    I can help you overclock, aslong as your'e not 13 or below!
     
  6. Iceman

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    First off, looks from your specs u have a Packard Bell puter, (biting tongue real hard), I would not even consider overclocking that system.

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  7. mikewat49

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  8. UniSol

    UniSol I'm all ears

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    Search on Overclockers.com

    Celeron Tualatin 1300 Results....

    Total Entries in Database for Celeron Tualatin 1300 - '18'
    Average overclocked speed - 1598 Mhz

    Not bad, top one was 2Ghz!

    I think you could get about 100Mhz maybe.
     
  9. G-Lizard86

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    Amigo amigo...first of all, i'm 15yo and from Amsterdam:)D), second this packard bell isn't original, it has a new mobo from AOpen (look @ specs), and an Intel Celeron 1.3, also not original are the vidcard, WD harddrive the burner and 256 mb xtra memory. Originally it was an PB Miami mobo, with an AMD K6-2 450 mhz, i even got that one up to 550 mhz by changing the multiplier jumpers on the mobo, so don't worry bout this one, any recommendations?
     
  10. G-Lizard86

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    read the specs...says 'new' doensn't it?
     
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  12. G-Lizard86

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    Sorry those last two replies were for Iceman..lol :D :D
     
  13. G-Lizard86

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    hey mikewat, i tried the program, it does work, but i get one reading (Temp 2) that says around and about 36C and the others give (Temp 3)128 and (Temp 1)127 and they dont change....

    I dont really get it..
     
  14. Iceman

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    Okay got you, but why not take the Packard Bell out of your sig then? cause you've replaced everything, might clear up the confusion.

    I wasn't flaming you by the way, I just don't overclock.

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  15. vdubVR6

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    you sure didnt wast no time getting a new board did you G-Lizard86 :D do me a fav what is the version of your aopen mobo so i can check it out!!
     
  16. G-Lizard86

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    Euhhmmzzz, AOpen MX3S-T, i think the processor is an Intel Celeron 1.3 ghz, but tweak xp says its an intel III Xeon and Speedfan says its an Intel II
     
  17. G-Lizard86

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    Consider it done...
     
  18. vdubVR6

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    :D LOL (processor thing) well at least you know what it is.

    okay well let me ask you did you look around bios to see if there are any hardware config. features that allow you to adjust say the frequency of the cpu......should be in mhz,
     
  19. vdubVR6

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    or you might want to try one of those programs from b4 they might work..