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How do I check my North Bridge temps?

asked Jun 09 '10 at 20:37

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Blind Fury

SIW it is a free download. Look for sensors on left hand panel, if it's not shown then there is no sensor on mobo and you'll have to install one.

answered Jun 09 '10 at 20:40

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Thankyou very much.
Now it's giving me 3 different temps:
TMPIN0 37c
TMPIN1 35c
TMPIN2 47c

I'm not sure which one is my NB...

(Jun 09 '10 at 20:54) Blind Fury Blind%20Fury's gravatar image

the chipset temps are sometimes read by programs like speedfan (Google it) and mark them as temp0 etc.

some boards don't have a thermal sensor on the chipsets, so the only way is to either get a bay/fan controller or display that has heat probes and attaching one to the heat-sink on it. or getting an infra red thermometer, and check the temp of the heat-sink directly.

these methods will show the temps slightly lower because there off the heat-sink. a thermal sensor is usually the best way.

answered Jun 09 '10 at 20:43

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SpeedFan or CPUZ will normally read them fine.

answered Jun 09 '10 at 20:55

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