How do I monitor my CPU fan?

Find your hardware settings, which is usually under a more general “Settings” menu, and look for the fan settings. Here, you may be able to control the target temperature for your CPU. If you feel your computer is running hot, lower that temperature.

How do I check my CPU fan speed?

Click the “Charts” tab, select “Fan Speeds” using the drop-down menu and place a check mark next to the label corresponding to your CPU fan to begin generating a chart of the variation in the fan’s speed. Leave the program running for some time while you use your computer.

How do I check my CPU temp and fan speed?

For those who want to simply track their temperatures without much fine tuning, NZXT’s CAM software is great because of its visually pleasing user interface. It has a mode that tells you the temp, load, clock and fan speed of your CPU, as well as your GPU, in real-time. You can also adjust the clock speeds from CAM.

How do I monitor my fan RPM?

Review the data on the “Readings” tab for fan speeds. Depending on your computer’s configuration, SpeedFan can report on your system fan, your CPU fan, your graphics card fan and a number of other fans. It reports fan speeds in revolutions per minute.

What temp is too high for a CPU?

However, typically anything over 80 degrees, is very dangerous for a CPU. 100 degrees is boiling point, and given this, you will want the temperature of your CPU to be significantly lower than this. The lower the temperature, the better your PC and its components will run overall.

Can CPU fan speed be controlled?

The easiest way to adjust CPU fan speed is through the BIOS. Every BIOS is different, so instructions may differ from computer to computer, but you need to look for a tab or screen to do with Hardware monitoring. Set the fan to your fan type (DC or PWM). Select what mode you want the fan to run at.