Current System Temperature

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Current System Temperature

Option name:

Current System Temperature

The option description:

The given information option displays current temperature in the system unit (normally around the system controler of a chipset). Normal values from 25 to 50°C (value in many respects depends on the thermal sensor location) are considered.

If at stopping in BIOS you see the temperature which closely is coming nearer to the upper admissible mark (without speaking about its excess), it is occasion to reflect on efficiency of cooling of components in the system unit. First of all it is necessary to pay attention to normal operation of all available fans.

Enough frequent error of vendors of motherboards, with enviable stubbornness repeated from model to model, it is possible to recognize the confused channels of sensors of temperature of the motherboard and the processor. So, when you see explicitly uprated temperature in the system unit, pay attention and to processor temperature. If last more low, means to you "carried" and it is necessary to wait for new audit of an insertion for correction of a described error.

At some implementations BIOS there is a color selection of the deduced information. If temperature within norm, you see dark blue digits if it quitted for admissible limits, color of digits will be replaced with the red. It is quite often possible to refuse temperature control generally. For this purpose it is enough to select for an option value [Disabled] or [Ignore] (truth, is better not to do it).

Other options identical to destination:

Current System Temp.

Internal Temp

M/B Temperature

MB Temperature

Motherboard Temperature

Remote Temp

System Temp.

System Temperature

System Zone 1 Temperature

System Zone 2 Temperature

System1 Temperature

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