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    ..Deluso dalla vita.. L'avatar di Apache
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    Occhiolino temperatura con speedfan



    Volevo chiedere se qualcuno sa cosa significa che in Speedfan in readings dice: Temp1: 40°
    Temp2: 26°
    Temp3: 19°
    HD0: 0°

    Come faccio a sapere quali di queste temperature si rivolgono a CPU, scheda video e motherboard?

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    la seconda dovrebbe essere la CPU, a regola. Cmq io le ho piu alte
    juventino, dailyrander, informatico, musicomane, giocatore

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    Temp1 corrisponde alla temperatura della cpu
    Temp 2 e 3 non hanno un'origine precisa, dipende quali sensori utilizzano, cioè quali hai montati sul tuo sistema.
    Non esiste un file readme o un'opzione di configurazione nel programma? Io non l'ho mai usato.

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    Dj "Zio Jack" L'avatar di fituzzo201
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    le mie temperature sono temp 1=44 e è verde
    2=58 e fiamma
    3=83 immaginatevi voi
    hd0=35 in discesa
    hd1=32 in discesa

    non capisco la 2° e la 3° come mai così alte?????
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    Dj "Zio Jack" L'avatar di fituzzo201
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    il file cè e cè SpeedFan 4.01
    Copyright 2000-2001 by Alfredo Milani-Comparetti ([email protected])


    There are so many changes every time that I release a new version that I've chosen to
    update mainly the web page. Currently it's located at:

    http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php


    What it does:
    SpeedFan is a freeware program that monitors fan speeds and temperatures in computers with
    a known monitoring chip. Its main feature is that it can control the speed of the fans
    according to the temperatures inside your pc, thus reducing noise and power consumption.

    How to setup:
    Create a new directory wherever you like, put the all files from the distribution ZIP
    in there and run the EXE. Set the options according to your needs. That's all.

    Feedback:
    Feel free to contact me at [email protected] if you've got any question or suggestion or
    discover any strange behaviour.
    I would like to receive an e-mail from those of you who try and find useful my program.
    Not much: just a line of text :-)
    Thanx for your attention :-)

    History:

    0.90 - first release
    0.92 - added basic taskbar icon showing temperature 1
    - buffered taskbar icons to speed up repainting
    - set to 100 the upper limit for fan speeds
    0.94 - DLL and SYS files are searched in the same directory as the EXE (in earlier
    releases they were searched in a fixed path, causing some users to be unable
    to run the program properly)
    - used an internal font to show temperature 1 on the taskbar
    - added support for WINBOND W83627HF
    0.95 - improved taskbar font appearance
    - taskbar icon is update only when necessary
    - taskbar appearance is now stored in INI
    - added option to set fans at full speed on program exit
    - SYS and DLL are now searched in the executable directory
    0.96 - if it's impossible to find SYS and DLL files in the EXE directory, then they're
    searched in default directories
    - Gudjon Adalsteinsson submitted a bug in processing WARNING TEMPERATURES when the
    temperature index was different from fan index: now it's fixed
    1.00 - fan speed readings can be limited by a user defined value useful when bad values
    are retrieved from sensors)
    - added a user definable value for the delta value used to increase or lower fan
    speeds (useful for those of you with CPUs that change their temperature very
    quickly)
    2.00 - added a checkbox to enable DEBUG MODE that will issue more infos in the message
    b2 box
    - added PCI SCANNING to enable CHIPSET detection
    - added preliminary SMBus support for Intel PIIX4 and Intel PIIX4E
    - increased compatibility with other monitoring software
    - preliminary AMD756 detection
    - preliminary INTEL ICH 82801AA/AB/BA detection
    - preliminary VIA VT82C686A support
    - preliminary VIA VT82C596 support
    - completely rewritten sensor detection routines
    - avoided a FLOATING POINT ERROR
    - tested with Intel PIIX4tested with VIA VT82C686
    - tested with Winbond W83783S
    - added USE ISA BUS and USE SMBus options
    2.00 - added SUPERBETA DIMM readings to check SMBus functionality
    b5 - added AMD756 SMBus support
    - AMD756 support starts working!
    - buffered some UI values to lower CPU usage and improve reliability
    - Winbond sensors' detection routine shows ChipId and VendId for unknown sensors
    - DIMM info now shows a message if no info is found
    - tested with INTEL 82801AA
    - completely rewritten the logic that changes fan speeds
    2.02 - done extensive testing with SMBus and PIIX4E
    b1 - buffered all UI values to lower CPU usage
    - extensive testing of the new fan speeds' changing strategy
    - DIMM INFO seem to work fine though I'm not sure if it will work with every DIMM
    - starting tests to use AS99127F ($31), W83781D and W83782D fan ON/OFF
    - trying to use register $59 to control FAN1 on AS99127F ChipID=$5CA3, ID=$31 and
    ChipID=$12C3, ID=$31
    - preliminary AS99127F fan speed changing support thanx to Carlo Adami!
    - should have been fixed an overflow that led to showing -256MB with 256MB DIMMs
    - removed SCAN PCI FOR CHIPSET checkbox as it was a safety measure in case
    something didn't work properly with it, but nobody ever reported any problem
    2.03 - VENDOR ID=$FFFF and CHIP ID=$FF are no longer shown as detected
    - fixed a minor bug that caused two sensors to seem to be detected when they have
    got the same CHIP ID (like some from ASUS and WINBOND) (thanx to Aaron Larson)
    - removed a lot of debug messages from SMBus (mostly 'reset' and 'NOT completed')
    - added a filter on collected values (for temperatures) in order to ignore single
    peak readings that are obviously wrong
    - added FAN2 control for AS99127F (thanx again to Carlo Adami)
    - by popular demand :-) info on the main page are now put in a memo and can be
    cutted&pasted :-)
    - when in debug mode, the main page shows which southbridge has been detected
    - VT82C596 southbridge has been removed from the supported list as it has been
    reported not to work properly :-(
    - added a button for sending a report without having to cut and paste :-) you are
    not forced to specify an email address, but it would be of use in case you
    expect some support
    2.05 - applied changes to INTEL SMBus support to increase its compatibility with ICH,
    ICH0 and ICH2
    - DIMM INFO memo box is now READ ONLY :-)
    - FANx% are now properly disabled according to sensor capabilities
    - trying to ignore spurious high values for fan readings
    - fan readings are now reduced to one third as they are only informational and
    not vital, thus reducing BUS overhead
    - almost completely rewritten INTEL SMBus support
    - enabled support for Intel ICH2 SouthBridge (I wrote "AB" instead of "BA" in the
    code)... all CUSL2 users should be happy now :-) thanx to Massimiliano Battaglia
    for extensive testing and debugging!
    - added an option to specify your motherboard model when sending a report (please,
    use this feature :-))
    - added a preliminary detection routine for LM75 and LM78
    - negative temperatures should be handled properly now
    3.00 - completely rewritten the whole program :-)
    PR2 - tray icon background should be fixed now
    - added detection for multiple southbridges on the same PC
    - added detection for multiple sensors
    - sensors' selection and use is now fully configurable
    - added full support for ADM1021, THMC10 and MAX1617A
    - added detection for GL525SM
    - reenabled VIA VT82C596(B) support: it works perfectly now (it didn't work
    because I followed a datasheet in order to properly detect SMBus functionalities,
    but there was an error on the datasheet itself :-))
    - added support for Winbond W83781D with CHIPID=$11
    - added detection for VIA686 sensors
    - added VIA686 temperature sensors readings
    - added detection and support for MAX1617
    - added detection and support for ASUS AS97127F
    - added detection for LM84
    - added support for LM76, but I can't find any easy way to distinguish it from
    LM75. If you know you have an LM76 chip, I would be pleased to do some
    testing :-)
    - automatically preferred ISA access for sensors that are available on both ISA
    and SMBus
    - added VIA686 fan speeds readings
    - fixed a bug inside internal statistical computations
    - added icons to show temperatures' trend
    - completely rewritten configuration dialog
    - added support for LM78 and LM79 (needs test)
    - removed APPEARANCE tab
    - removed EXTRA tab
    - added preliminary SUSPEND support
    - automatically avoided reading from chips from which the user didn't select any
    value to be monitored
    3.02 - attempt to detect GL518SM (please REPORT if FOUND!)
    - attempt to detect GL520SM (please REPORT if FOUND!)
    - attempt to detect GL523SM (please REPORT if FOUND!)
    - attempt to detect MAX1618 (please REPORT if FOUND!)
    - attempt to detect MAX1619 (please REPORT if FOUND!)
    - attempt to detect MAX1669 (please REPORT if FOUND!)
    - attempt to detect THMC50 (please REPORT if FOUND!)
    - hibernate and suspend support verified ok
    - added W83782D voltages' readings
    - added preliminary W83781D voltages' readings
    - added W83783S voltages' readings
    - added W83627HF voltages' readings
    - added AS99127F voltages' readings
    - added full support for LM87
    - added a safety feature when auto-assigning used sensor in case the primary
    sensor that has been detected hasn't got temps or fans or pwms and the next
    one has some
    - used a different font for the trayicon
    - the trayicon now limits its values from -99 to 99 and properly shows negative
    values
    - added full support for LM78
    - added preliminary LM79 voltages' readings
    - sent additional debug info (telling me how sensors are shown on the main
    window)
    - added full support for LM84 (I hope so :-))
    - sent additional debug info (regarding some interesting internal registers for
    selected chips)
    - shown VOLTAGES
    - added full support for PWMs for IT8712F
    - IT8712F is set in PWM SOFTWARE MODE upon detection, but original settings are
    restored on program exit
    - fixed PROXY SETTINGS when sending a report (it couldn't be edited)
    - added full support for LM80
    - attempt to detect W83697HF
    - added preliminary W83697HF temps' readings
    - added preliminary W83697HF fans' readings
    - added preliminary W83697HF voltages' readings
    - added preliminary W83697HF pwms' support (the datasheet is far from bein
    clear on this subject, please REPORT!)
    - added detection for IT8702F
    - added preliminary IT8702F fans' readings
    - added preliminary IT8702F pwms' support
    - added preliminary IT8693F detection (please REPORT!)
    - -12V and -5V are not (yet) shown for AS99127F as there seem to be different
    ways to decode them and I need testing (send REPORTs, please :-))
    - if SpeedFan is started with '/NOPCISCAN' then no PCI scanning is performed
    - added preliminary support for DS1780, ADM9240 and LM81
    - restored standard titlebar icons :-)
    - added PRELIMINARY VIA686 voltages' readings (I need reports)
    3.04 - changed the order of detection for some sensors
    b8.5 - no longer displayed AS99127F -5V and -12V readings
    - fixed GL518SM and GL520SM detection
    - added full support for GL518SM
    - VIA686 sensor chip now reports a few more data in the REPORT
    - added a BALLOON HINT at program startup (you need at least Win2k or Me I
    think)
    - I hope the tray icon is ok now :-)
    - default minimum value for fan speeds is now set to 0%
    - fan speeds are no longer variated as a default (you must enable them); I
    had to set it this way because a lot of users reported they couldn't change
    fan speeds, but it was due to the fact that SF was restoring them to
    appropriate values (according to temperature readings)
    - if a sensor is detected on ISA and then found again on SMBus, that SMBus
    address is no longer probed for other sensors
    - tried to distinguish between VIA686A and VIA686B
    - LM80 detection is delayed if all others fail
    - added a CONFIG option to start SPEEDFAN minimized
    - fixed an occasional bug in VIA TEMPs' readings (RANGE CHECK ERROR)
    - VIA686 is handled properly on a Soltek SL-75KAV, thanx to Janko Laszlo :-)
    - this version should work fine on every motherboard with VIA686
    - fixed a minor bug with AS99127F that was introduced with an internal beta
    release :-)
    - rewritten decoding of WINBOND and ASUS chips; I hope they are all fine now
    - added support for the fourth PWM register available in Winbond's W83782D
    - added support for forced suspension (when no confirmation is asked to
    running programs)
    - SEND REPORT sends some additional info about which is your operating system
    and your CPU
    - beta test with a SOLTEK motherboard
    - all readings show a hint with their last, minimum, maximum and mean value
    - main window no longer shows double values (last and mean)
    - added register reporting for unknown WINBOND chips
    - added '/NOSMBSCAN' command line option to solve problems with those
    motherboards where SMBus contains some chips that hang the system when read
    from (like some SOLTEKs)
    - fixed a problem when too many sensors' reading were available (more than
    those that could be shown)
    - added full support for ADM1025
    - added fans' and pwms' readings for LPC47b27x
    - added '/SUPERIO' command line option to enable detection of LPC47xxxx
    SuperIO chips with integrated hardware monitoring

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    Dj "Zio Jack" L'avatar di fituzzo201
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    questo è il rimanente
    capabilities
    - added preliminary detection for SMSC LPC47b27x
    - added preliminary support for LPC47B37x (PLEASE REPORT)
    - added preliminary support for LPC47M10X (PLEASE REPORT)
    - added preliminary support for LPC47M13X (PLEASE REPORT)
    - added preliminary support for LPC47M14X (PLEASE REPORT)
    - added preliminary support for LPC47S42X (PLEASE REPORT)
    - added preliminary detection for ADM1022 (PLEASE REPORT)
    - added preliminary detection for ADM1023 (PLEASE REPORT)
    - added preliminary detection for ADM1024 (PLEASE REPORT)
    - added preliminary detection for MAX6650 (PLEASE REPORT)
    - added preliminary detection for MAX6654 (PLEASE REPORT)
    - added preliminary detection for MAX1668 (PLEASE REPORT)
    - added preliminary detection for ADM1028 (PLEASE REPORT)
    - added preliminary detection for ADM1030 (PLEASE REPORT)
    - added preliminary detection for ADM1031 (PLEASE REPORT)
    - added preliminary detection for ADM1032 (PLEASE REPORT)
    - added full support for GL520SM
    - added preliminary detection for GL523SM (PLEASE REPORT)
    - trying to detect VIA686 sensors on SMBus
    - preliminary detection for SiS 85C503 (PLEASE REPORT)
    - trying to support AMD766 SouthBridge: PLEASE SEND ME SOME FEEDBACK as I do
    not have it at home and can't do any test by myself :-)
    - added preliminary IT8693F temperature and fan readings
    - trying to detect VIA VT8233
    - added a test in order to detect some ASUS hidden features
    - added detection for MYSON MTP008
    - added full support for MYSON MTP008
    - removed MINIMIZE button on the main window
    - added preliminary detection for NE1619 (PLEASE REPORT)
    - added a checkbox on the main window to enable or disable automatic fan
    speed variation in one easy step
    3.06 - complete SMBus support for VIA VT8233 M2
    b1 - rewritten ALi1543 detection
    - revised ALi SMBus access
    - added support for SiS85C503 DAM Module FAN speed reading
    - added (beta) support for Intel 82801CAM (ICH3) (PLEASE REPORT)
    - added and fully tested ALi M1543 SMBus support (thank you Samuel!)
    - added +5VSB and VBAT readings to W83697HF
    - fixed -5V and -12V readings for W83697HF
    - fixed internal routines when accessing PCI registers at invalid offsets
    - added and fully tested ALi M1535D SMBus support (thank you Graziano!)
    - when set to start minimized to tray, SF minimizes before doing any hardware
    detection
    - slightly speeded up SMBus transactions on INTEL and ALi
    - fixed a RANGE CHECK ERROR
    - SMBus failed transactions are now retried when they first fail
    - written a DOC to illustrate how to configure SpeedFan :-)
    - I've been told (thank you Alfred!) that on "ASUS A7V266, rev 1.06, BIOS
    v1002" you need to set CPU THERMAL OPTION, in your BIOS, to SHUTDOWN in
    order for SpeedFan to be able to variate fan speeds. Let me know about your
    experience :-)
    3.07 - I've completely rewritten the installation procedure.
    Actually, now, there is none :-)
    You should no longer need to put any needed file nowhere, as SpeedFan is
    able to recreate them on the fly :-)
    - DLPORTIO.SYS and DLPORTIO.DLL need not to be manually put anywhere as
    SpeedFan should be able to recreate them if missing
    - fixed a bug with label when disabling ALL fans or ALL temps or ALL voltages
    or ALL speeds; if you try to reproduce this bug, please remember to check
    the fans each temperature is supposed to use; please note that this is not
    a bug in my code, but a "feature" from the compiler :-)
    - fixed an exception when sending a report using WinXP
    - GIVEIO.SYS needs not to be manually put anywhere as SpeedFan should be able
    to recreate it if missing, to install it as a service (under NT, 2k, XP) if
    not yet done and to start it if stopped :-)
    - autoinstalled GIVEIO.SYS if needed
    - changed icons: I know I'm not good with graphics, but I hope you will
    appreciate the effort :-) By the way: drawing a fan with THOSE 16 colors is
    not that easy :-)
    - /SUPERIO command line parameter has been removed: now SuperIO detection
    starts by default (I've done several tests with no reported crash :-)). If
    you need to disable SuperIO detection, use the /NOSUPERIO parameter instead
    - startup SMBus detection is now much faster; it you realize that some of
    your sensors are not properly detected, please use the /SLOWDETECT command
    line parameter and let me know
    - current PWM values (speeds) are updated after RESUME
    - confirmed full support for variating fan speeds with SMSC LPC47M13X
    - added preliminary detection for a lot of new SMSC and NATIONAL SuperIO
    chips
    - fixed MTP008 fan speed reporting
    - fixed an error with PWM readings from ADM1021
    - redesigned the REPORT PREVIEW dialog
    - the report sends info about the SMBus (I've created this test in order to
    be able to create a faster startup sensor detection; PLEASE SEND AS MANY
    REPORTS AS POSSIBLE)
    - ADM1025 properly initialized if not yet enabled
    - fixed ADM9240, DS1780 and LM81 initialization
    - fixed a problem when setting PWMs
    - reversed PWM max and min logic on IT8712F: the datasheet says nothing on
    this subject, so I had to guess :-)
    - ADM9240, DS1780 and LM81 are properly initialized if not yet enabled
    - minor debugging changes to INTEL and VIA SMBus routines
    - added preliminary detection for FMS2701 (PLEASE REPORT)
    3.08 - restored the proper use of MUTEXes: this should fix the problems when
    running SF together with other hardware monitoring softwares. I don't know
    how it could happen, but the compiler put an "END." in the wrong place,
    thus removing my INITIALIZATION routine
    - W83601R now properly reports its revision
    - trying to detect IT8703F
    - added full support for ALi M1533 South Bridge
    - the report now includes an ISA scan
    - initial detection of SiS5595
    - fixed GL520SM TEMP2 and +12V readings
    - properly handled MODE 1 and MODE 2 readings from GL520SM
    - rewritten THMC50 detection (PLEASE REPORT)
    - slightly revised INTEL SMBus code
    - initial test to try to enable disabled SMBus Hosts on INTEL 82801BA (ICH2)
    - initial test to try to enable PMU on ALi south bridges where it's
    currently disabled
    - full support for INTEL 440MX SMBus
    - added detection for more SuperIO chips
    - added a progress dialog when sending the report
    - SIS5595 now should show the temperature reading (but it needs to be
    enabled by the BIOS)
    - trying to enable fan speed control for LPC47b27x
    - trying to access SIS5595 SMBus
    - greatly reduced the amount of debugging info shown on the main window
    - added full support for VIA VT8231 SMBus
    - added preliminary support for VIA8231 sensors
    - slightly modified the starting sequence for VIA SMBus access
    - added preliminary support for PWM with IT8693F
    - reinstalled GIVEIO service if previous installation got broken
    - added PC87366 voltage and temperature readings
    - added MAX1669 temperature reading
    - properly enabled SMBus support on Intel 82801 south bridges
    - added MAX1669 PWM (or DAC, depends on original settings) support
    - added full support for LPC47m10x fan speed reading and setting
    - trying to access LPC47N252 PWMs
    - preliminary MAX6650 fan speed reporting
    - added support for DELL NOTEBOOKS. If you can't variate fan speeds with
    the controls on the main window, you might try to check the DELL option
    in the configuration dialog. This is actually something that works on
    DELLs, but there is no official info on this subject. It is based on a
    research from Michael Henze. It has been successfully tested on Latitude
    CPi D266XT and Inspiron 8000. Please, let me know if it works on your DELL
    - better detection of problems when sending reports
    - GL518SM should be fixed at last! this chip drove me crazy, but I found a
    PC with it and, finally, understood what was causing the problem :-)
    - added preliminary MAX6655 detection (PLEASE REPORT)
    - revised VIA SMBus support
    - added full support for LPC47N252 PWMs (tested on a DELL INSPIRON 8000,
    even though it's not that useful as I was unable to find any temperature
    sensor...)
    - trying to enable PMU on ALi M1533, M1543 and M1535D/D+ if not yet enabled
    - WINBOND has informed me that W83697HF has got no PWM :-(
    - added support for PC87364 and PC87366 fan speed readings
    4.00 - properly reported IT8712F voltages
    - SMBus support is enabled on some VIA686 revisions if disabled
    - added SiS5595 sensor support
    - properly reported IT8693F voltages
    - CPU USAGE is now shown on the main window and supports multiprocessor
    systems too
    - added CPU speed computation (it works only for processors after and
    including Pentium I, but it appears to be extremely precise :-))
    - minimum and maximum fan SPEED settings are now selectable in 1 increments
    - reported samples now show their measure units
    - the balloon hint now appears only when a different sensors set is detected
    - fixed initial reporting about IT8693F settings
    - added preliminary support for FDC37n972
    - added full support for SIS630 SMBus
    - added full support for SiS730 SMBus
    - the message "ISA seems to be unused" has been changed to type INFO,
    instead of WARNING because several of you were afraid about the message
    itself :-)
    - added support for PC87364 PWMs
    - added support for PC87366 PWMs
    - fixed detection and usage of VT8231 and VT8233 SMBus
    - slightly changed SEND REPORT when probing SMBus
    - on the main window, the EXIT button has been replaced by MINIMIZE
    - finally fixed and tested all voltage readings from GL518SM (now
    everything is in sync with the datasheet)
    - added support for S.M.A.R.T. drives that report temperatures
    - added a TAB with S.M.A.R.T. info
    - enabled temperature monitoring on PC87366 if in standby
    - enabled S.M.A.R.T. monitoring for those HDs that have got it disabled
    - completely rewritten tray icon support
    - tray icon background and text colors are now fully configurable
    - IT8705/IT8712 voltages' readings are now enabled if BIOS didn't
    4.01 - the last PWM (SPEED) can be properly set once again (thank you Sander for
    making me notice it :-))
    - added an option to choose between CELSIUS and FAHRENHEIT when showing
    temperatures

    io non ne capisco niente voi? fatemi sapere
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    Di solito se la scheda madre ha un sensore di temperatura con essa viene fornito anche il relaativo programma di monitoring. Consiglio di usare quello, che probabilmente sarà anche più preciso essendo progettato per quello specifico hardware.
    You will die, mortal


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