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Windows 7: Interpreting CPUID

30 Dec 2011   #11

Windows 7 64 bit

So after a good clean out it seemed to hold the temp down to 70-71C . Horrible fan noise appeared above 2400 RPM but did stop when I ended the test. Can I assume Fan1 is the one over the heatsink and Fan2 is the one at the back of the PC casing? Oddly Fan2 peaked at 2600 RPM, but then sat at 2000RPM even while the temp was pushing above 70C. Is that obviously why Fan2 doesn't run at full capacity to keep the temp as low as possible?

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