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Old 07-03-2006, 01:55 PM
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CPUCool ti da 3 temperature diverse (temp1, temp2, temp3)...qualcuno sa cosa rappresenta ognuna di queste 3 figure?


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CPUCool ti da 3 temperature diverse (temp1, temp2, temp3)...qualcuno sa cosa rappresenta ognuna di queste 3 figure?

quoto nn capisco che temperature sono!!!!!
ragazzi mi aiutate!!!?????
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Old 07-04-2006, 12:24 PM
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premetto che nn conosco il programma... ma potrebbero essere:
Tmax, Tmin e Tmedio????


oppure, riporto sito in inglese, potrebbero essere di tre parti diverse:
"You can see the temperature, voltage and fan values of your motherboard chipset, inclusive dial-up adapter display and processor parameters." E inoltre continua: "From Notebooks you can see the ACPI Temps and from NVidia Grafic cards you can look at the temps of the grafic processor and the fan speed. ATI will come soon hopefully. "

boh... fatemi sapere se sn stato utile!!!!


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Old 07-04-2006, 12:33 PM
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Boh puo' essere che sia Tmax, Tmin e Tmedio.

temp 1 e temp 2 sono praticamente stabili mentre temp 3 varia molto - in un minuto ci sono balzi da 10 gradi a 40 gradi.


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Old 07-04-2006, 12:36 PM
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puoi pubblicare uno screenshot??? e vediamo di svelare il mistero!!!!

e poi: ma non esiste un help in linea in qusto programma????


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Old 07-04-2006, 12:43 PM
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CPUCool ti da 3 temperature diverse (temp1, temp2, temp3)...qualcuno sa cosa rappresenta ognuna di queste 3 figure?

non so che versione hai, ma in questa guida v5.1.93 ci stanno solo due temperature, Temp1 sta per temperatura precedente mentre Temp2 si riferisce all'ultima lettura ..magari a te fa la stessa cosa con tre temp..
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