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speed fan for power users


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That program will work on any computer I believe. mine is custom so yeah... it works. Just try it. It won't hurt anything.

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If thats your CPU Temp. then your fine. If it hits 160 or higher then worry.

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that seemed pretty hot to me.

theres only a temp monitor on the CPU, right?

also, its showing 2 fans but only one is running acording to this.

im not sure how many i have though but if it shows up with 2, i should have 2, right?

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Actually no. Mine does the same thing. It's a bug in the program I believe. Your on your Laptop right? If so then the Temp. is fine. Laptops go around that temp. anyways. The program does not read CPU. It only reads HDD and system temp. only. My system temp. is 81F which is fine cause I'm on my desktop.

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Typical of Dell, this is my second system that it doesn't read the temperature on or have control over the fan speed.

 

i HATE dells.

their pc's arent that great and their support sucks!

i dont think ill EVER deal with them.

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agreed. especially with their new exploding laptops :P

 

Yeah, but that's why Apple did a recall of a particular laptop or whatever they call their laptops. I heard it on the radio yesterday morning about a fire risk, they then mentioned the Dell incident.

 

"If your laptop sets your crouch on fire or explodes it into bits, sue, sue, sue!"

 

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I posted on here using Internet Explorer, and my god no wonder I don't use it anymore, suck it does. The fonts are too small and the post window where text is typed in is so small I need binoculars. But hey the CCleaner logo at the upper left does line up perfectly unlike in Opera and Firefox where it doesn't.

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It actually used Sony batteries... so it's Sony you should be pissed off at...

 

SpeedFan is very useful, you can use it to set up scripts which change your fan speeds from low to high depending on your temperature.

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