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I dont know about the fan speed but I think that if your motherboard isnt of a recent make then it might not have the sensors needed for measuring temperature :)

 

edit: Oh yeah and also try an older version of SpeedFan and see if it still doesnt show

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I have a feeling that 122875rpm is wrong. A jet engine runs at about 20,000rpm. That's 6 times as fast. If it's turning that fast, you'd better have your computer bolted to the floor :P

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Don't stand too close to the intake.

 

Did you see that Real TV clip where the guy got sucked into the engine of a jet on an aircraft carrier? Not a pretty thought :mrsgreen: .

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I bet the temp is high on your CPU with that fan speed! It probably sucked everything in the room to the PC and is blocking the inlet :P

Uninstall Speedfan and reload it again, somethings wrong with that reading!

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