SpeedFan GPU Temperature

By jtickner1
Apr 19, 2008
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  1. Hi, I was just wondering if anyone could assist me in figuring out which of these SpeedFan temps is my GPU.

    The 2 pictures I have uploaded show the Temperatures and the Chip of each temperature it's monitoring.

    Temp 1 - I don't know
    Temp 2 - I don't know
    Temp 3 - I don't know
    Local (LM90 Chip) - I don't know
    Remote (LM90 Chip) - I have a feeling this may be it
    HD0 - HDD
    HD1 - HDD
    Core - CPU

    Would be great if someone could help me out as I think my GPU's fan is starting to fail and I would like to monitor the temperatures.

    Thanks

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  2. xXxZxXx

    xXxZxXx Newcomer, in training Posts: 107

    I'm not sure of that program, but to make sure, your video card isn't onboard right? If so it won't display a tempature, but you can try a different program like Everest Home Editiion or Pc Wizard. You'd to have to find Everest, but I know the link for PC Wizard, theirs two ways to use the program also, run it from a exe without installing it or install it. http://www.cpuid.com/pcwizard.php
  3. BMfan

    BMfan TechSpot Guru Posts: 470   +47

    i would say it is both,one is the pcb and the other is the gpu(normally the highest) Local =PCB Remote=GPU try and find GPU-Z it might help.
  4. BMfan

    BMfan TechSpot Guru Posts: 470   +47

    How are your hard drives so cool?
  5. jtickner1

    jtickner1 TechSpot Chancellor Topic Starter Posts: 663

    Uhm. I'm not really sure. I may have just turned my PC on. They have no fans blowing directly on to them :p
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