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#1 JensenBreck

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Posted 06 September 2017 - 07:03 AM

Hi,

I usually have 2 programs that are always running, speedfan and OpenHardwareMonitor.

I use speedfan to control the speed of my cpu fan--It never goes above 30% otherwise.
I use OpenHardwareMonitor to monitor the temperatures.

Speedfan and OpenHardwareMonitor always give different temperatures, with speedfans being significantly cooler, so I go by what the other one says instead.
Today, I decided to get another similar program and compare it to OpenHardwareMonitor to see if there was a difference. The other program I downloaded is CPUID HWMonitor. Again, there is a difference, this time the new programs temps are even higher.

I would go into BIOS to settle this, but I can't.... No prompt comes up, and I've pressed every button/ button combination I've ever heard of and haven't been able to open it.

Also, I put in a new fan in my computer yesterday, in hopes of being able to keep the cpu cooler and not have its fans up so high (Even at 70% it still gets to the max temp of 68°C (Going by OpenHardwareMonitor)). The fan I put in doesn't help any at all, really, but it doesn't go up very high by itself. I also can't control it with any of the programs I have. The slot it is plugged into on my mobo is labeled PCI fan. Any way to control that?







I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
References:
https://www.computer...ccurate.241591/

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