Speedfan readings

By toothmkr57 ยท 7 replies
Nov 19, 2006
  1. Ok, I have been having someissues with my computer, So I wanted to run speed fan and check out what it was doing and I have no clue what I am looking at??????????????

    Which temp means what and what fan is doing what and what? and what do the different voltages mean? or Rails?(is that correct terminology?)
  2. kimbo.ati

    kimbo.ati TS Rookie Posts: 135

    Temp 1 = CPU
    HD0 = Hard drive
    Temp 4 = (might be ambient pc temp)

    as for temp 2/3 i have no idea becuase on my speed fan it says -55deg which isnt possible. id say they would be graphics card temp and ambient graphics card temp but if you have a older graphics card if wont be displayed. which ever of the 2 (temp2/3) is higher will be the graphics card temp and the other will be its ambient temp.

    hope this helps !
  3. toothmkr57

    toothmkr57 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 16

    Ok that could possibly be concerning? My temps read like this

    temp 1 96C
    temp 2 29C
    temp 3 51C
    local 34C
    Remote 51C
    HDO 38C
    Temp 1 40
    Core 36C

    Fan 1 1688rpm
    Fan 2 2722rpm
    Fan 3 0(which I can't even find the plug for this one???)

    Vcore1 1.39v
    Vcore2 2.54v
    +3.3V 3.34v
    +5V 5.11v
    +12V 6.46v
    -12V -4.30v
    -5V -2.89
    +5V 5.03
    Vbat 4.08

    Do these look kosher?
  4. kimbo.ati

    kimbo.ati TS Rookie Posts: 135

    Hmm thats odd i have no idea what could be 96 degrees this one is different to my version. ill try and interperate that :p and post back
  5. toothmkr57

    toothmkr57 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 16

    Thanks, much appreciated. Let me know if you need more info
  6. kimbo.ati

    kimbo.ati TS Rookie Posts: 135

    I didnt have any luck in undestanding the program :( perhaps someone else might post and have more luck than i did. all i can do is suggest another program which provides comprehensive computer information such as temps, voltages, fan speeds which is very easy to read and understand also it allows benchmarking to be done on your ram and harddrive. ps - hope this is the right program im on a work computer havnt got admin rights so i cant install and check for you :p

  7. brianj

    brianj TS Rookie

  8. toothmkr57

    toothmkr57 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 16

    Thanks, I'm trying it out right now
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