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Do i have temperatures problem?

Mapotholik

OSNN Junior Addict
#1
My xp freeze about few times a day and then I need to restart it.​
I already took my pc to the computer store and twice and they said that they examined my hardware and it was fine.​
Now I took screenshot of my hardware temperatures with program called SpeedFan, and wanted to ask if the information in the screenshot show hardware problem?​
Thanks,​
 

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VenomXt

Blame me for the RAZR's
#7
what motherboard is it? Take a look and see if motherboard monitor supports your mobo. Post a screen shot of it if it does. 54c=129F while its high if its on a gpu or cpu then its iffy. How many fans dou have? Take of a side panel and see if the proplem persists.
 
#10
Actually, I was thinking the same thing, but about Brad's answer without most of the facts. (But it is a little testy to us sensitive types...)
Where was I? Oh yeah.

The Core temp of 37 deg C is fine (CPU is ok) and so is the HD.
We need to know what hardware Temp 3 at 54 and Temp 1 at 37 represent.
They could just be meaningless unused sensors.

Try Sandra Lite like Lancer said. It lets you check at idle and has a full set of burn in utilities so you can stress each hardware part one at a time to see if any have a heat problem or a flaky part causing the crash.

General Rules:
CPU under 45C at idle is ok, under 60C at full load is ok.
MB Chipset 35-45C is typical.
Video GPUs run hot. depending on model:
ATI 60C idle to 100C loaded
Nviida 45C idle to 80C loaded
HD seldom have a heat problem. If they do the SMARTS funciton will alert you to it. Make sure SMART is on in BIOS.
 

Brad

Moderator
Political User
#12
LeeJend,

If you have a problem with the way that I post, Please PM me about it. I did not mean it to be "testy" in the least bit.
 

Mapotholik

OSNN Junior Addict
#13
what motherboard is it? Take a look and see if motherboard monitor supports your mobo. Post a screen shot of it if it does. 54c=129F while its high if its on a gpu or cpu then its iffy. How many fans dou have? Take of a side panel and see if the proplem persists.
thanks, i already tried removing the side lid and the XP still freeze.
 

Brad

Moderator
Political User
#19
Just remember that I didn't come in here picking any fights. I was accused of taking a testy tone and then I defended myself. So, for you folks to come in here and attack me is completely unfair.

Good day.
 

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