Help on PC temperatures

Metalingus

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May 22, 2012
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Recently my CPU fan started to make alot of noise, which I couldn't bear. So I've turned down its RPM, but then I started worrying about GPU, CORE etc. temperature. It will only be for a few weeks till I've ordered a new fan.
I have NO idea when it comes to temp, so what I really would like to know is if I'm in danger-zone or if it's cool. I'll post both the results of when I've got programs I've always got on (msn, spotify, skype and whatnot), and when I'm ingame.
As I have no idea how, or if it's possible, to attach a picture, I'll just write the results I got (with SpeedFan, if it matters).


Temp1: 50C
Temp2: -128C
Temp3: 36C
HD0: 34C
HD1: 36C
GPU: 42C
Core: 55C



While ingame:

Temp1: 57C
Temp2: -128C
Temp3: 36C
HD0: 35C
HD1: 37C
GPU: 62C
Core: 62C

I'm happy to provide if any additional information is required.
Thanks in advance


 
Ignore temp2 it is erroneous,
your temp one seems to be the Cpu and its not dangerous, although you don't post your set up so I'm making with the educated advice,
amd chips tend to have a safe limit of 62'C and intels are usually 70'C or therabouts,
we need more info on the system, case, number of fans atm etc
for pictures, sign up on photobucket and use the direct img link
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Metalingus

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May 22, 2012
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The case is a Cooler Master HAF 912 Plus Midi Tower
Windows 7 64bit
AMD Phenom II X4 965 Processor

SpeedFan1.jpg

SpeedFan2.png


 

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