in previous thread i have tried sensors command of (lm sersors app), and that was the result:
and that is pc info:
I want to understand what each line in that result mean,I want to know what each fan point to, and what each temp point to, and why the temp1 is considered as the temp of pc? and which one sometimes cause the high noise?
You have a pretty funny reading on temp4, there...
You can check the hwmon tree to try to figure out which points directly to which hardware.
Sadly, it is not always straight forward.
In your case, Temp1 refers to the First Core of your processor, which is why it is considered the probably average CPU temperature.
no that is the result i get it now, but it's categorized to pci adapter and isa adapter, i think isa adapter refer to 4 core of cpu(temp1,2,3,4), and pci refer to gpu, i don't know k10temp-pci-00c3 refer to, may be the app can't recognize good to old pc
i have searched about my gpu, and i found it is difficult to get temp of that type of gpu, they r talking about if it's official or opensource driver, and i don't know which driver i have , that is the websites of psensors and lm-sensors, http://wpitchoune.net/psensor/
also i have serached for any app or commandline to get the temp of my gpu type, i have found a lot of commands and apps but also can't get it
i don't know if is that just software for getting info about gpu, or it is installing the official driver,i will install it after checking, i don't know if i'm using official or opensource one as default
I have found that, they talked about:
a 4200 is an onboard card and is on the boards chipset. so the chipset temperatures will show the cards temperature. Only some boards allow overclocking of this GPU.
On many boards hwmon calls a motherboard temperature chipset. Try to run a game and when done, go see how far the motherboard temperature rose(it will save a max temp for you). should give you an idea.
I have searched about How to find the temperature for the on-board graphics card :
I found they talked about guessing that :because the IGPU is actually on the CPU, its temps are part of the CPU temps. All the motherboard does is pass the signals to the connectors.
I also think that, if I applied that on the result I get in sensors command:
there is temp2=73(cpu +igpu), temp3=35(i dont know ,may be vram,or power supply),temp1=40(cpu cores processor),
temp4=-128(default value from lm-sensors app when he can't read sensor)
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