What does AUX mean in Speedfan program? Mines hot!

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I have a stable overclock with my e6600 at 3.2ghz and in the speedfan program I'am getting a reading of my AUX temp of: 125-127c. What exactly is aux? I've run TAT and Orthos only getting my cpu temps up to no more than 54 degrees C. Any one know?
 

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All of my other temps are no more than 38 degrees C idle. I ran TAT for 30 mins and had no trouble, so i'm not too worried about it. Just wondering if anyone knew specifically what AUX might mean.
 

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OMG! Your auxilliary chip is burning up!

Just kidding :)

Everyone has AUX 127. No one knows what it is. You can uncheck it in the Temperatures list in SpeedFan to ignore it. It's probably not a fan, as fans do not have thermal sensors. At least I don't have any thermal sensors on on my fan, and I still have AUX 127. I think AUX indicates a failure to read a thermal sensor that simply doesn't exist on the motherboard. Maybe they removed it at some point.
 

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Ah ok...thought that somewhat loud noise was my 120mm case fan, ended up being my artic cooler pro 7 cpu fan. Thought those were supposed to be quiet?
 

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What motherboard is it, btw? Also, what I was asking was which other temps were being read.

@Blouge
Not everyone has the AUX 127 chip. I know I don't...


This may just be a pointer just pointing off into space on the ISA bus. The number 127 is significant, as it is one away from being the decimal representation of the last one of an 8 bit number. Since things in computers are generally numbered 0-whatever, the number 127 could possibly be the last allocatable "thing" (for lack of a better word) on this interface. For some (as yet) unexplained reason, the program is picking up this thing and "reading" it, showing the temperature being the highest temperature (I suspect) speedfan can represent, 127 degrees (0 to +/-127 degrees, either scale). Perhaps if you switch the readouts to using Celsius and the "temperature" stays the same, you can attribute it to a hardware malfunction/program bug, and disable it from being shown in your view.


Just a thought...
 

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I have a stable overclock with my e6600 at 3.2ghz and in the speedfan program I'am getting a reading of my AUX temp of: 125-127c. What exactly is aux? I've run TAT and Orthos only getting my cpu temps up to no more than 54 degrees C. Any one know?
May i ask what your final settings are for that overclock. Will be building my E6600 machine on tuesday and am looking to get at about 3.1-3.2
 

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Sure, thanks to someones advice I changed the multiplier from 9 to 8 and then the frequency to 400mhz which will give you 3.2ghz and a 1600 fsb and enable you to use your ram at, for instince mine 4-4-4-12. It's very stable, here's my specs:

Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 Conroe 2.4GHz 4M shared L2 Cache LGA 775
ASUS P5B Deluxe/WiFi-AP LGA 775 Intel P965 Express
ARCTIC COOLING Freezer 7 Pro (cpu fan)
Kingston Hyperion PC2 6400 2x1gb (2gb) 800mhz timing: 4-4-4-12 cas: 12
COOLMAX CW-650T EPS12V 650W Aluminum ATX v2.01
Sapphire ATI x1900xt 512mb video card

Good luck.
 

noam kvet

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hii guys! my gpu is 37c the system is 111 the cpu is 32 and the auxtin0 is 37 the auxtin1 is 104 the auxtin 2 is 102 the auxtin 3 is 102 the hd0 is 35 and hd1 is 30 is my temepreture is ok ? or do i have problem's in my system?
 

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