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    Speedfan showing 125C!!

    hi,

    I'm just worried about the temperature SPEEDFAN is showing of the AUX. Can someone tell me what AUX is for.

    Its currently showing it as being 125C, which sounds very hot to me...is this right?



    If not what can I do to correct this?

    Thanks

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    I would ignore it, or remove it from the list. Mine says 20C all the time which is impossible...

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    I use SensorsView (a bit simpler than SF) and some sensors are obviously wrong - one was enough to melt solder!
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    thanks guys...will ignore it.

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    my AUX shows 125C too (asus p5b), i turned it off and it doesnt seem to have effected anything so i'll ignore it.

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    I think the AUX is strange for everybody. Mine always shows -2C

    The new speedfan is really great though. I'm well impressed. It now shows all my hard disks, the motherboard/chipset temperature, the surface temp of the CPU, and also the temp of the individual cores. And every temperature seems to be very accurate. The core temps for example, show me the exact same temperature as IntelTAT. And the hard disks get their readings from S.M.A.R.T so thats right too.

    It seems great now.

    But yeah, that AUX one is best ignored it seems.

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    The cpu temps on speedfan are about 15-18c too low on mine.
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    I too have the same problem with speedFan. Mine reports a constant 127C for AUX! Whether my PC is idle or under load. I have disabled that reading in the configuration screen.

    SpeedFan is very good and easy to use. SpeedFan is about 4C out from CoreTemp (@ idle). Under load SpeedFan is dead on.

    I have now got SpeedFan set-up so it controls my fans as temps rise. Much better than ASUS Q-Fan. ASUS Q-Fan didn't really work for me, what ever setting I set it to the fans where always running at the same speed.

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