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    hey guys i was looking for a little insight. i always used speedfan for my temps and what not, but when i got my new mobo it had all these sensors on it.
    im used to it commin pre-labelled like(HDD) (CPU) (GPU) (M
    can some please help me re-lable these temps so i can understand it better.
    thanks (screenshots below)

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    AFAIK they are pre-diefined in speedfan and you cant rename them.

    Best solution - use everest.....

    " There are some things Man should not know, for rest is Google"
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    no geralt i can rename them..
    i just dont know what to rename them to..
    i dont kno what sensor they are on so i dont kno what temp it is for..
    what all the name defined to liek mobo and cpu and gpu and soo on..
    also when ur done awnsering that qustion i have 2 more if u dont mind >><<<

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    i've seen those "remote temp" and "internal temp" before but couldn't figure out what is what on those.

    you can easily figure out which is for mobo cpu sensor by using "cpu burn-in". it will raise the cpu usage to 100% for defined time and just watch which sensor is going up the fastest. that's the cpu one. and i think it'll be temp1 anyway. or temp2. so whichever is cpu, the other will be NB. the third you can discard. it always showed bonkers for me, with any mobo.

    the last two sensors might be from your video card. check the chip which are they coming from in configuration of speedfan.

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    ok..do i google cpu burn in or is it a app in speed fan..
    sorry im a bit confused with ur post ..
    can u label it for me like this
    temp1---
    temp2---
    temp3---
    internal temp---
    remote temp---
    core---
    thanks alot for the help

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    cpu burn-in

    temp1--- either cpu or north bridge
    temp2--- either cpu or north bridge
    temp3--- definitely some crap
    internal temp--- some crap
    remote temp--- some crap
    temp1--- gpu (probably)
    core--- gpu (probably)


    you can determine those last two ones by looking at the configure screen of speedfan. you can see if they are gpu sensors if the chipset is labeled after your card ( for me it was nv..something for nvidia )

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    thanks alot....gonna look some more on the web,

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    download Hardware Monitor, it will give you temps of your complete system http://www.cpuid.com/hwmonitor.php

    They also have a pro version, but you have to pay for the pro version. Both show you voltages, system temps, video card temps, and your processors temps.

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    hey thanks alot...soon to post the results of my overclock

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