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What is "temperature 2" ?
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Hi I have a problem with my pc, keeps shutting down Confused
I think some sensors are "broken"
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now that I've found you I know I'll solve the problem
I'm sure something is wrong there
thanks


and another question
why GPU utilization is 0% ?

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#2
That "Temperature 2" value might be an invalid reading of a not-connected sensor input. It depends on mainboard model. Does the value change depending on load ? If not, then it's an invalid value that should be ignored.
As for the GPU load, have you put some load on the GPU like graphics applications/games ?
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(06-18-2012, 10:30 PM)Martin Wrote: As for the GPU load, have you put some load on the GPU like graphics applications/games ?

yes I have some facebook game running
in fact those games are heating my cpu, and full load it Huh
if I don't play that games it stays cool


ohh...forgot to tell what is most important Blush

Gigabyte GA-MA78G-DS3H
AMD Athlon 64x2 5200+ (brisbane)

temperature 2 stays high no matter what and more : in games reaches 100-104 celsius

thank you for you support Martin Rolleyes
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