try speed fan instead. what I use and get better temp/fan read outs.
or the FREE version of Everesthome.
the idea is to make sure your program is reading correctly.
"drg55" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:267B833A-89FC-42C9-99FD-55CB93196EE5@microsoft.com...
This appears to be correct. I have an Asus k8v-x and with cpu-z processor is
running at 2000 when it should be 1000 unless pushed. I have enabled cool
and quiet in the bios and set power management in control centre to minimal.
Rebooted and still running at 2000 per cpu-z (a great utility) but temp is at
least down to 31 this time (per Asusprobe). Temp usually runs at about 32 c
in win2k, but has reached 42 in Vista. While this is safe, I am not at all
happy about it, and at the least I don't expect any arguments from Microsoft
activation if I upgrade the motherboard - but I figure best to do that later
this year or early next when more drivers and vista specific motherboards
> OK, for posterity, responding to my original query, I think Cool 'n' Quiet
> under Vista is dependent on the specific motherboard and/or processor.
> With my old machine Cool 'n' Quiet did not work with Vista. With my new PC,
> it works great.
> Same software and settings.
> My original question concerned:
> Asus K8V SE Deluxe motherboard
> AMD Athlon 64 3200+ socket 754 Newcastle
> Cool 'n' Quiet worked under Windows XP SP2, the processor usually operates
> at 1/2 speed (1100 Mhz).
> Cool 'n' Quiet did work not under Vista x64 beta 2, always full 2200 Mhz
> My new machine:
> Asus A8V-E SE
> AMD Athlon 64 3200+ socket 939 Venice
> Vista or XP SP2, the CPU is mostly running at 1000 Mhz, revs up to 2000 Mhz
> when needed.