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Hi I own a Compaq nc4400 laptop with Hewlett-Packard HP Compaq nc4400 (EN004AV) motherboard, Mobile Intel Calistoga-GM i945GM chipset, windows 7. The question that I have is why the AIDA64 does not show me any sensor regarding the cooling fan, the GPU diode and for the motherboard.

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Most mobile systems do not feature a sensor chip, so very limited temperature and voltage readings may be available for those systems. If your GPU is the i945GM IGP, then I'm afraid Intel video controllers do not feature a temperature diode, so it's normal to not have any GPU related temperature readings for your system.

Regards,

Fiery

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