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Hello Hardware.

I just have a quick question about SpeedFan. For the CPU, it has one reading for the CPU as a whole and one for each core. When I'm testing, should I be looking at all temperatures or does the general CPU one carry more weight?

I've attached a screenshot of what I'm talking about just in case. Thanks in advance.

Devin
 

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Re: SpeedFan Readings

either one really, I think you would be better off using asus probe to monitor temps its made specifically for asus boards, speed fan is more of a general program thats made specifically for fan speed and they throw in the temps as a extra
 
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