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    Different Temps


    Does anyone know what the difference is between the #1 temp and #2 temp in CPU COOL?
    Also, why are these temps so different in Motherboard Monitor 4.17.

    CPUCOOL

    TEMP#1---35c
    TEMP#2---40c to 50c


    Motherboard Monitor

    TEMP#1---34c
    TEMP#2---74c

    thanks

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    no way temps 2 is 74c ... that sounds way off ... check and tell us which sensors MBM is reading.

    PS. Usually winbond 2 P2 thermal diode = CPU temp and winbond 1 = mobo temps.

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    Hey,

    MBM sensor one says ASUS 1, and sensor two says ASUS 2

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    ha? Are you sure you are using MBM? I never saw this one before?

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    If MBM is Motherboard Monitor 4.17 then yes I'm sure..

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    Why don't you try the PC Probe (not sure about the name) that came with the mobo, it's a monitoring program.

    salt

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    OK....

    Now I have three different motherboard/CPU temp monitoring programs telling me that the CPU is around 74C and the motherboard temp is about 35C.
    What is the NORMAL CPU temp? Is mine really high?
    I have a PIII 600 overclocked to 800 with a triple fan.(I want to go higher but my memory is holding me back)
    Has anybody fixed this problem by FLASHING the BIOS to the new 1005 for a ASUS P3B-F.

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