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Core temperature or CPU temperature?

Q: Core temperature or CPU temperature?


I have an AMD 955 CPU and ROG Crosshair III formula motherboard

When testing, I use both HWM Pro, AMD Overdrive and LCD Poster to watch out for the temps.

In both HWM Pro and LCD poster there is the CPU temperature showing.

I use AMD overdrive to look for Core temps...

The max temp is 62C...

Is that the max CPU temp or max CPU core temp???

While testing, Highest CPU temp was 53C (@3.8GHz, IntelBurn) and Core temp was 59C....

So which one shall I look out for?

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A: Core temperature or CPU temperature?

''personally'' i watch the (CPU temp), the individual core temps fluctuate far too much for a constant temp reading.

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I would like to ask if core of my procesor is too hot. When i play games it reaches a little more than 70 degrees C otherwise is temperature somewhere about 60 degrees (speed fan).

Tip procesorja AMD Athlon 64, 2200 MHz (11 x 200) 3400+
Main board nVIDIA nForce3 250, AMD Hammer
Sistemski spomin 512 MB (PC3200 DDR SDRAM)
Grafična kartica RADEON 9600 SERIES - Secondary (128 MB)
Grafična kartica RADEON 9600 SERIES (128 MB)
3D-pospeševalnik ATI Radeon 9600 (RV350)
Monitor LG L1970HR(Analog) [NoDB] (1607404)
I would aloso like to ask what do you think i should buy and change at my computer so i could play some games (like NFS carbon) at normal quality?
thank you

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A few weeks ago I bought a new PC with a dual core processor (3800+). In the last few days I checked the temperatures with a few programs like everest, Sisandra, SpeedFan etc but each say soemthing else. what I mean by that, is that they all detect the same C numbers but associate it with a different part. for example, Everest reports the MB is 32C and the CPU is 70C while PC Wizard 2006 reports CPU as 25C. SpeedFan I dont even know which part is which since it only names them as Temp1, Temp2, Temp3 etc.

Problem is, that Everest, SensorsView and Sisandra (partly and I'll explain why) think its the CPU at 70C. when I say Sisandra is partly saying its the CPU, its because under "Mainboard information" it says CPU 1 temp 34C but CPU 2 temp 70C while on the "CPU & BIOS" section it says each core is 32-34C. and the tip it gives me is that the mainboard is too high temperature. so as you can see they're conflicting their own readings.

When I go to the BIOS it always says the CPU temp is around 35C and I even set it to alert me at 60C.
Last night, while being on windows I started to hear short one second beeps coming from the inside of the PC and I had to shut the PC down to make it stop. when I turn it on a minute later it was fine as usual. this morning, I guess after PC was turn on for max an hour, it started with the beeps again. and again now as I type this message and I was clicking on "Mainboard information" in Sisa... Read more

A:Dual Core CPU temperature

Have you checked the cd that came with the mobo for any monitoring software? If there is any on it then it may be more accurate!!!

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I recently built a PC and I've been noticing that it runs pretty hot. The specs are:

P4 3.2 ghz Prescott with Zalman CNPS7700-AlCu Ultra Quiet CPU Cooler
1GB OCZ Gold Dual Channel DDR RAM
250 GB Seagate SATA Harddrive
PNY 7800 GT (256mb)

Now I noticed there's a lot of heat building up inside the case, so I checked the GPU core temperatures and I was up at 55C and that was under minimal load. Playing a game, I reached around 70-75C. I was wondering are these safe temperatures for the GPU to be operating at? I've got the Zalman CPU cooler on full speed.

Also, I think I'm going to get a case fan, but I don't want to drill in my case. On the back, there's 2 grills near the top/side that say DUAL FAN. One grill says 8x8cm and one says 7x7cm. They both have 2 holes drilled diagonally. So if I buy a 80mm case fan, will it work there? The grill is also weird in that it's more of a bunch of slits that point down, will the fan still work with it?

Thanks in avdvance.

A:Safe GPU Core Temperature

You should be able to fit an 80mm exhaust fan to your case. This will help with overall temps.
As for gpu temps, those are about normal. I see around 62-65C for my 6600gt.

FWIW the the driver defaults to a max temp of 145C as the temp to begin core slowdown.

Here is a screenshot of my current temp with the core slowdown threshold shown as 145C.

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Can anyone confirm by how many degrees the room temperature would increase in an office if there were to be an increased number of PC's and Monitors?
I am assuming that this will be dependant on the size of the office, the temperature of the computers and the number of staff in the office.
Does an equation exist to work out the increase in temperature?
Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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Hey can someone explain this to me, In pc wizard it says different temperatures for each core and the processor. I thought both cores were packed together, which would mean 1 temperature.What is the actual temperature?

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hi there, i have the quad core i7 920 cpu on a gigabyte ex58-ud5 mobo and 6gb ddr3 ram. the problem is that even under small loads the cpu temperature rises and the mobo starts beeping (a very annoying sound which initially starts as short beeps and eventually - if i don't quit the application - it becomes a continuous sound similar to a dead man's cardiogram ). everest shows that i have a multi cpu with 8 cores as seen in the attached image. iddle temp is about 40C-100F, i use the stock fan which seems pretty clean. any suggestions on what causes the temperature to rise? thanks very much in advance!!

A:Intel Core i7 920 temperature issue

did you install the cooler yourself?
what thermal paste are you using?
did you ensure that the cooler is seated properly?
did you attempt to reseat the cooler and apply fresh thermal paste?

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Need serious urgent help, please.... HELP ME!

Its been 1 week since I bought core i7 920, it was running at 2.93 Ghz at full load and 1600 Mhz at no load on first day. but now the problem is at full load its not going above 2800 Mhz, And TDP reaches 147.34 !! watts! but maximum is 130 watts for i7 processors... Also in the BIOS its written 2.93 Ghz, but its not going above 2800 Mhz.... TDP at no load is 43.76 watts and at full load (all the 8 threads used up by a chess program), is 147.34 watts.

Earlier my programs including the same chess program was working very fast.

At idle condition, core temperatures are 50 - 55 degree celcius (129 - 131 F)

And at full load, core temperatures are 70-73 degree celicus !!

I have windows 7 RC 7100 installed on my system.

I have stock cooler, and cooler master pro elite cabinet, and coolermaster 600 watts PSU, PSU fan is giving hot air from behind, quite hot!. my room temperature is 39 degree celicius.

A:Core i7 freq. and temperature and TDP problems!

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I'm just wondering what a safe Dual Core CPU temp is for most laptops so I can always keep that in my head when checking coretemp gadget.


A:Safe Dual Core CPU Temperature

Quote: Originally Posted by mustangman16

I'm just wondering what a safe Dual Core CPU temp is for most laptops so I can always keep that in my head when checking coretemp gadget.


This is a matter of opionion, as different people will have different ideas as to what is considered safe. On my previous desktop I had an AMD Athlon x64 Dual Core, and my cooling system had it at around 45/57c (idle/load). At the time, that was acceptable to me.

Now, with my AMD Phenom 9600 Quad, even with the brutal summer temperatures we get here in South Africa, I've peaked at around 32/47c (idle/load).

What temperatures are you getting? (Both idle and loaded)

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Hey everyone I recently bought a new computer about 2 months ago and to be honest it works great. I recently (2 days ago) started playing SC2 and I'm playing it with everything on ultra and it runs perfectly fine but I heard my video card make this noise I think its the fan I'm not sure it starts to spin faster.
So tonight I decided to download riva tuner to check out my video card temparature and right now (I'm not playing SC2) the core temparature is at 61 and when I start playing SC2 goes up to 70.

I had a terrible experience releated to overheating my old computer motherboard overheated and gave a horrible blue screen of death so I just wanna make sure this dosen't happen again.

This are my comp specs.

System Model: Studio XPS 8100
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3 CPU 530 @ 2.93GHz (4 CPUs), ~2.9GHz
Memory: 3072MB RAM
Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
Card name: NVIDIA GeForce GTS 240
Manufacturer: NVIDIA
Chip type: GeForce GTS 240

A:Is my video card core temperature ok...?

Yes that is absolutely fine as they are within manufacturers stated operating zone. Most cards that are employed to work intensively operate between 60 and 80c.

There are a lot of variables involved which determine temps, one of which is the game being played, some require more juice than others.

If it starts to ever reach 90-95+ then it's time to check things are functioning as they should.

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Motherboard: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd., P43T-ES3G
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E8400 @ 3.00GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 6
Processor Count: 2
I have tried several software monitoring programs (real temp, core temp, OCCT)
And they show both cores at Idle at 41C. When I stress my CPU core #1 goes up to 51C max, core #0 never moves off 41C.Not a critical problem but curious why. I searched on Google but only found stuff about not showing extra cores. Found something about advanced options in MSconfig set to boot with 2 cores and I checked that. Looked in the bios but couldn't find anything relevant. PC health in bios showed 1 temperature 36C. I do have the stuff in the bios turned on that clocks the CPU down to 2GHz while idle and as soon as it gets a load it goes up to 3GHz. I guess it is possible that the core #0 temp diode is bad. Well I guess I will find out, I have a modified 771to 775 Xeon X5472 quad coming in a couple of weeks for this board and will see how it picks up those cores.

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Since a few days ago my laptop fan runs very often and makes quite noise, even if I am only surfing in the internet, not playing games or something like that. I bought this laptop last January and it is a good machine and powerful, I think it is not normal this is happening. I'd like to ask you how can I diagnose if the core temperature is higher than normal values, why it is happening and how can I solve this.

A:High temperature in Intel Core i7412mq

You need to fill out your system specs with more detail so we know what we are dealing with.

You can use HWInfo64 to check temperatures and fan speeds.

Get it here. It's free.

HWiNFO, HWiNFO32/64 - Download

Are you sure the noise is coming from the fan?

Laptops run hot anyway. You could have a failing fan, clogged fan vents, or something that is causing your CPU to work harder than normal that is causing the fan to work hard.

Post a screen shot of what you see in HWInfo64, particularly the fan speeds.

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I'm at my wit's end. I've thrown money at a new case, two tubes of Arctic Silver 5 and a bottle of isopropyl-alcohol so far and my problem still persists. I just cannot keep the idle temperature of my Pentium 4 530 (Prescott) below 55C, and it's damn near impossible to prevent it from throttling back under 100% load. The core temp skyrockets from ~60C idle to 85C in just a few seconds with an infinite while-loop.

I've applied different amounts of Arctic Silver with somewhat impressive idle temperature results (lowest so far being 50.5C) but the temperature easily exceeds 80C under load in all cases. I've pressed the heatsink as flat as possible against the CPU heat-plate - measuring the length of each protruding socket "foot" at the back of the motherboard to the nearest millimeter. Stranger still, the CPU fan speed maxes out at 2720 rpm even at high temperatures (it used to roar like a Boeing 747 at 4800 rpm not too long ago).

Besides buying a new heatsink, what do you folks recommend?

A:Unsettlingly large variation in CPU core temperature

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having just installed a zalman heatsink/CPU fan i've started looking into the temperatures inside my PC...

my CPU temperature goes from 38C to 45 C depending on if i have the CPU fan running or not,

my motherboard temperature goes from 43C to 48C likewise depending on the CPU fan... which is around 5C above the CPU temperature...

should this bother me?

(CPU athlon 1800, m/b ECS k7SEM)


A:motherboard temperature bigger than CPU temperature

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One of my Intel Core 2 Quad processor cores has a temperature consistently lower than the other 3 cores, WHY?

Hello. I have a question. I need to know the reason why one of my cores (Core 2) is running about 3-4 degrees below the temperatures of the other 3 cores on my Intel Core 2 Quad processor. Restarting and rebooting seems not to help, it is always the same core with the lower temperature. Is there something wrong with that particular core or something overly defective with the processor itself??? It rarely ever fluctuates and stays at 33 degrees Celsius. The other core temperatures are around 36-37 degrees at rest/idle and do frequently go up when an action is performed on the computer.

Please let me know what is going on with this consistent core 2 temperature and please provide me with a reason why this is happening. Is it something that is beginning to go with this processor? Is there anything that can be done about it to get all four (4) core temperatures in balance.

Thank you!

A:One of my Intel Core 2 Quad Processor Cores Has A Temperature Lower Than The Others?

Likely an insignificant problem. Something as simple as air flow within the case, or a variation of fan speed. I cannot see that it is anything to worry about, unless the higher temperature one is consistently over 64C.
I suppose you could interchange the two cores and see what changes result.

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One of my Intel Core 2 Quad processor cores has a temperature consistently lower than the other 3 cores, WHY?

Hello. I have a question. I need to know the reason why one of my cores (Core 2) is running about 3-4 degrees below the temperatures of the other 3 cores on my Intel Core 2 Quad processor. Restarting and rebooting seems not to help, it is always the same core with the lower temperature. Is there something wrong with that particular core or something overly defective with the processor itself??? It rarely ever fluctuates and stays at 33 degrees Celsius. The other core temperatures are around 36-37 degrees at rest/idle and do frequently go up when an action is performed on the computer.

Please let me know what is going on with this consistent core 2 temperature and please provide me with a reason why this is happening. Is it something that is beginning to go with this processor? Is there anything that can be done about it to get all four (4) core temperatures in balance.

Thank you!

A:One of my Intel Core 2 Quad Processor Cores Has A Temperature Lower Than The Others?

Is that a Q6xxx series or a Q9xxx series quad core?

The idle temps aren't particularly accurate as some of the sensors can become 'stuck'. As long as the temps move (and aren't too high) when under load, it's all okay.

On quads, it's not uncommon for an uneven temp to be reported across all the cores.

On my chip, my 2nd core always reported lower than the others and over time my 1,3 and 4th core sensors stopped moving at idle temps. Stuck sensors are more common with the Q9xx series.

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Software temperature monitor vs Hardware temperature monitor, which one give accurate temperature from overclocking and monitor your PC temperature?

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my pentium IV (2.4Ghz) reaches a 65 degrees celcius
I have this fan : coolmaster IHC-L71-socket 478

should I get anxious

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Is a CPU temperature in the 70's with a max of about 85 too high for gaming when playing battlefield bad company 2.

I have a quad core i7 3630 cpu.

Will this high temperature damage my cpu? Should I be worried?

What kind of temperatures do you guys get?

A:CPU Temperature

Is this a desktop or laptop? If a desktop, what type of cpu cooler do you have installed?

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I just built a new AMD system for the first time. Here's what I have then i'll get to my question: Asus A7N8X2.0 Deluxe motherboard, AMD XP Athlon 3000 with a thermaltake k7 volcano 11+ xaser edition fan for the cpu , 1024MB of kingston hyperx pc2700 ram, aspire 500W atx dual fan power supply, sound blaster audigy 2 platinum, dvd rom, cdr/rw rom, floppy drive, and a thermaltake xaser 3 super tower with 7 fans and fan control monitor/controller. Okay here's my question is the cpu temperature i'm getting good or bad or what should it be at? asus monitor says cpu temp 45C/113F but the thermaltake connector which I connected under the cpu says 57.6c/136.1F are these temps god or bad? The fan has adjustable speed control and I have the other 7 fans on high. If I let the cpu decide and just hook the connectors into it the fan is running at 4800 rpm's all the time and it sounds like my vaccuum really loud. Help please I don't want to destroy the computer since I just put it togeather.

A:CPU temperature ?

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i have hp laptop core i5 and the temperature 71-81 C is it bad ?


It isnt very good temperatures... Is this the temperature under load or idle, is the charger plugged in or not?

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Hi my computer always freezes like 2min after i login to windows and in the biosthe cpu temperature is 64 is that bad and that could be the reason it might be freezing?

A:CPU Temperature

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Ok..i play this game and like 5 mins after i start it my computer restarts itself so i go to setup and it says that there is a problem in the hardware monitor and when i go there the cpu temperature is higlighted in red

A:CPU Temperature..HELP!

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I have a NVIDIA 6200 LE. My case has 2 120mm fans and one 80mm. I am using stock cpu fan. Everest shows that my gpu temperature is 60C/140C.
Is that normal? Any tips.
I haven't have a problem yet. it has been 3 days since I build this computer.

I havent overclocked anything. My CPU temperature is 33C and harddrive 81C.
I dont play any games.
Please help.

A:GPU temperature

Video cards run hotter,so that is still in the normal range.
CPU is good.
Your hard drive seems to be a bit hot.

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I am not crazy! I was somewhere in the settings and saw an actual temperature! Not sure if it was the video card or the CPU, but something was 49 degrees I think. Now I cannot find it again to save my soul!! Anyone know where I was?

A:Where Did I See That Temperature?!

It could have been a s.m.a.r.t. system on one of your hard drives.

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I am working on a new build and I am concerned about the cpu temp.

At the moment, I have the system only posted into bios. The new Gigabyte board has a cpu temp monitor that I am looking at on the bios screen. I do not have any other hardware or software installed or running and the temp is 42C.

The cpu is a celeron 2.93 gig. I have an "Ultra" brand aluminum heatsink with silver thermal paste applied. The ambient temperature her in my basement at the moment is 60 degrees F. The side cover to the case is off and I have one 93mm case fan running along with the CPU fan.

I'm thinking that 42c IDLE , with such a low room temperature seems high.....

A:cpu temperature

That isn't high at all, given that the Celeron 2.93GHz dissipates 73W* (Socket478) or 84W* (Socket775), that's the same as an Athlon64 3500+.

* this is the thermal design power, the maximum power dissipation is higher

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AMD Athlon 64 x2 4000+ Socket AM2 940pin

My CPU temperature stays at 63-70

While i try to play a game my computer shut down immediatly...The temperature while im playing is up to 80C...
plz any suggestion

A:Is my CPU temperature ok?

That is a high temperature, especially for your CPU type. And 80C is enough to roast your finger.
The temperature should ideally never be above 65C, even under heavy load.

Usually, the computer beeps and boops before shutting down due to over-heating. However this is not always the case.

Check your BIOS! It should mention something about 'PC Health' -- inside you should find options for fan speed warnings and heat shut-down protocols. It's very easy to understand once you find it (should it be there).

My suggestion after that is:
1. Post (on this thread) the numbers you find under 'PC-Health'
2. Remove, and clean your CPU heatsink from dust.
3. Re-apply fresh thermal paste, preferably a silver-based solution.

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The memory in my rig has a temperature around 48 degrees celsius on full load.

I've been searching around on the web but I couldnt seem to find any info or recommendations about temperature.

Should I start to worry and point a fan towards my memory sticks?

What's normal temperature of the RAM?

Will the last several years longer if I get the temp how many degrees down?

Thanks on forehand for any reply

A:Max temperature of RAM?

I don't think 48C is anything to worry about it that's the maximum. There is a rule of thumb about semiconductors, each 10C rise in temperature reduces the life by 1/2. However, I suspect that if the temperature normally runs in the 30's and only gets to 48C under full load, the RAM will outlive you.

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I have a P4 3.00GHz 800Mhz FSB processor with 2Gb PC400 DDR, on a Gigabyte 8KNXP motherboard.

I am currently using the standard Intel HS & fan and the BIOS temperature reading of my CPU shows that it idles at about 52 degrees, and under load rises to about 57-58 degrees. At this temperature, the fan is quite noisy, rotating at 4500 rpm.

Is this the normal operating temperature, as it seems a bit hot?

I was thinking of upgrading the HS & fan and was looking at the Coolermaster Aero 4 or the Thermaltake P4 Spark 7+. I don't particularly want the noise level to rise too much, but I would want a good cooler.

I already have intake and extractor fans in the case.

I was also looking at water cooling, but it is a bit excessive it is not really necessary, and I don not have that much room in my case.

I would appreciate your thoughts.


A:CPU temperature

The temperature is a bit high. I would be looking for ways to cool it myself if it was mine. I am sure others can point you to good HS and fans combinations. Also make sure to use a quality thermal paste.

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I came to know about my HDD temperature.it will always be above 50c.is it normal?


If thats accurate:

A bit warm, especially if at idle.
I would get some air flow going across it.

The normal reccomended temp range is approx. 35-40?С

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I'm running an Athlon XP 2400+ at 2GhZ and the temp is at a steady 50 degrees C when I monitor it in BIOS. Is this an accurate ready for when I'm in WinXP running applications and games, too? Or does my temp go higher than 50 when I start running programs? If so, how can I monitor my temperature for when I'm active?

Next, does anyone know/think the heatsink fan that comes with the XP cpus is good enough? Are there fans that are much better that will drop my temperature?

And finally, is 50 degrees C even that hot? What's the average user's temp with my specs? Thanks.

System specs:
Asus A7V8X mobo
AMD Athlon Xp 2400+ (2GhZ)
GeForce4 TI 4400

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I have a Genuine Intel(R) CPU T2300 @ 1.66GHz on my laptop the temperature is running at around 60c. Is this too hot?

A:Cpu temperature

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I just bought Dell Inspiron 17 7778 ! After usage of 45 mints i can feel its warm beneath! A bit hot ! Cpu temp is between 40-43 C Is it normal? 
One more thing how i can check whether laptop is Refurbished or Not?

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didn't even know about cpu temps. is there a program to find out the temperature of the cpu or do you have to do it manually?

A:cpu temperature?

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Hell Everyone...

Im Running Vista Ultimate SP2 32bit on my Acer Aspire Laptop which has a Core Duo T2350, 2GB of DDR2 RAM....

My CPU temperature when idle is around 60-65 degrees C. However, when i run any 3D programs or 3D games my CPU temperature jumps up to 85-92 Degrees C. is that normal, or should i get my laptop Checked out?? please help me out...


Extra Info.

Core Clock: 1862.24 MHz
Thorttle: 1862.24 MHz
FID: 14.0x
VID: 1.2625V

A:CPU Temperature!

Hello zombifier,
That does seem to be a bit hot, but in your part of the world its going to get hot.
I would clean all the vents and make sure the system fan is working OK.
Another option is to get a Laptop cool mat, this will reduce the temperature.

Hope this helps, good luck and post your results.

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Does anybody know the max and normal temperature of northwood intel pentium 4 2.66 ghz?
The highest was a 74C. I need to know this because I transfered everything to a new box and added 2 more fans.
I have a big box, 500 wats psu, 2 frontal fans that suck air and push it in the computer, 1 fan in the back that sucks air from the pc and pushes it out. The psu also has 2 fans, 1 that pushes air out. It has plenty of ventilation.
The average temperature is usually 50-51. Is that good?
Should I change the 2 frontal fans to suck air out of the pc? I put them that way to make an airflow system. Theres also a heatsink on the motherboard.


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Hi nowadays my laptops touchpad warming so much. Then i installed everest and looked for temperature;

So is my temperatures OK?

A:Is my temperature's OK?

Your temps look fine ... Laptops are notorious for their heat buildup.. You may want to get a cooling pad and see if that helps..

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Hi everyone.

I just got a new computer and I have downloaded PC Wizard 2007 to check the temperatures (I had an overheating problem on my old one).
This is the result: http://img341.imageshack.us/img341/799/temperaturesxf9.jpg
(This is at mostly idle ... just a few IE windows open, Winamp etc.)

When I am playing games the Core temperatures go to 80-90C which I am guessing is way too much but the Processor (and Motherboeard) temp stays at 55-60C during that time. Also, the computer keeps behaving normally (no lag, programs launch quickly etc.)

So, which temperature should I keep an eye on ? Core or Processor ?
And why are Core temperatures so high ?
Another question is about the 12V Voltage that seems low but I have no idea what to do to up it to arount 12V ?

My system specs:
AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ - 3,0 GHz
NVidia nForce 590 SLI
Double NVIDIA® GeForce? 8800 GTX - 768 Mo, SLI
2 Mb RAM

Thanks for your help.

A:CPU temperature

Did you try downloading some other tools, like Everest or speedfan, I prefer speedfan because its pretty quick.

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Can someone take a look at this.. are these temperatures normal?

Sorry if im over reacting a bit but i saw the flame sign and just used my common sense..

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does anyone know of any programs that tell the temperature of your system & processor so you dont have to go into BIOS to check it out?

A:Temperature Look Out

Hi dan015 ,
Try this site!!

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I have a i7 930 with a Cooler Master Hyper N520 on it and temperatures seem high. What is normal?

A:CPU temperature ?

Those temps are high for idle; you'd expect to see something between the low 30s and low 40s depending on the temp of your room. I'm assuming you are not overclocking.

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hey guys i bought a new laptop.

hp dv4-5008tx

here are the specs

Processor Core i5 (2nd Generation)
Variant 2450M
Chipset Intel HM77 Express
Brand Intel
Clock Speed 2.5 GHz
Cache 3 MB (Smart Cache)
Expandable Memory Up to 16 GB
Memory Slots 2 (Unused Slots 0)
System Memory 6 GB DDR3
Dedicated Graphics Memory Type DDR3
Dedicated Graphics Memory Capacity 2 GB
Graphic Processor NVIDIA GeForce 630M

i performed windows experience index and noticed the temperatures. here is a screen shot. the room temperature is 32 degree celcius. anything to be concerned about?

A:CPU temperature

Warm ambient, laptop = not all that surprising.

Make sure the exhaust vent isn't blocked. Alternatively you can buy a cooling pad.

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is there a software program that can monitor your cpu's temperature while in windows..

A:CPU temperature???

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Hi! This is my first post in many time...

i would just want to know what is the normal temperature for the CPU to have... I was just cheking the BIOS and got to where it tells the CPU temp and it was around 40 degrees and i think it is a high temperature. does someone know the average or knows if the tep of my computer is high?


Specs.... (just in case needed)
Pentuim IV 1.60 Ghz
Windows XP professional
128 Mb RAM

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can any pls see if my internal temperatures are all good or all bad.. TNX!!

Field Value
Sensor Properties
Sensor Type Winbond W83647HF (ISA 290h)

Motherboard 52 °C (126 °F)
CPU 55 °C (131 °F)
Aux 46 °C (115 °F)
Seagate ST3250310AS 50 °C (122 °F)
Seagate ST3320620AS 48 °C (118 °F)

Cooling Fans
CPU 2909 RPM

Voltage Values
CPU Core 1.11 V
Aux 2.69 V
+3.3 V 3.28 V
+5 V 5.51 V
+12 V 12.71 V
-12 V 2.53 V
-5 V 3.75 V
+5 V Standby 4.97 V
VBAT Battery 1.97 V
Debug Info F FF 3A FF
Debug Info T 52 55 46
Debug Info V A5 A8 CD CD D1 D4 E4 (03)

i got this from everest..

A:CPU temperature

Well it would help to know what CPU you have at what clockspeed ?
but If I had to guess I would assume 55c idle would be a little high as your only at 1.11v, but seeing how the mobo is close to the cpu your ambient temp must be high? as well it could be that you need better air flow in your case

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i installed the Motherboard monitor 5, and it reads my case temp = 45deg, chipset = 40deg, CPU = 60deg. u reckon my CPU temp is too high? how to lower it? currently i only have 1 fan at the rear n a big fan facing down from the PSU. u guys reckon i should get a new casing(P180 antec) or get a cooler (Thermaltake Big Thypoon)??

A:CPU temperature

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