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Anyone know this 4th temperature?

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its the HD temp reading. Hitachi Sata drive are known to run hot as to most reviews I have read. they speak of temp of 51c to be normal

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MBM5 with DFI NF4 config file will run on that board.

You will need to change some of the labeling.

Might be worth the install to verify with temperatures are which

http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread...8&highlight=mbm

Not sure about Everest, but it may.

The thread has a link to a number of voltage/temp utilities at the bottom of fist post. Use the one you want but nice to compare sometimes. :)

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MBM5 with DFI NF4 config file will run on that board.

You will need to change some of the labeling.

Might be worth the install to verify with temperatures are which

http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread...8&highlight=mbm

Not sure about Everest, but it may.

The thread has a link to a number of voltage/temp utilities at the bottom of fist post. Use the one you want but nice to compare sometimes. :)

For the RDX-200 ????

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Sorry, I was reading the signature.

No, MBM5 does not work on the RDX-200 that I know of.

 

For the CFX-3200 definitely yes. pershoot and others are using MBM5.

If not the 3200 he may want to try one of the other programs for comparison purposes.

Which board is it for sure?

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You can use SmartGuardian too.. but the temp you are talking about is the PWMIC, in real the zone of voltage regulator for CPU and DDR.. install a fan on for refresh the little cooler "aluminium" you see near the ATX pin.. you will get a big surprise see this decrease of 10°C.. but 50-60°C is not dramatic..

 

For HDD, i have 2 Hitachi SATA2, and Smartguard allways give me 31°-33C for them max..

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For HDD, i have 2 Hitachi SATA2, and Smartguard allways give me 31°-33C for them max..

 

How do you get Smartguard to show HD temps?

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IT's not the pwn temperature. If ya look on the picture on the the speedfan, the first 3 is the core, pwn and chipset temperature. they're well under control. the 4th number i am not worried about because it's always below 40. It's the 5th number that's i am curious about. Because sometime it gets up to 70.

 

So i downloaded mbm and i can't seem to find motherboard for nf4, only the oldre motherboard, are there any other utilities i can use? thanks.

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So please verify, is it RDX200 or CFX200?

You'll need to read the MBM5 post I linked if you want to setup MBM5 on the board.

Did you try the Everest Trial www.lavalys.com ?

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