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Topic Title: Which temp do I go by on pc wizard?
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Created On: 11/08/2006 12:32 PM
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 11/08/2006 12:32 PM
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zucca
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PC Wizard 2006 Version 1.70
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User Compaq_Owner
Operating System Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition 5.01.2600 Service Pack 2
Report Date Wednesday 08 November 2006 at 12:28


Voltage, Temperature and Fans
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Monitoring Chip : SMSC DME1737


General Information
SMBus Address 0x4C00
SMBus Address 0x4C40
Support Asus NAGAMI2L

Sensor Information
Sensor SMSC DME1737
Mode SMBus
Configuration Standard Configuration 0

CPU Core : 1.32 V


General Information
Voltage 1.300 V
StartupVID 1.300 V
MaxVID 1.350 V
MinVID 1.100 V

+3.3V Voltage : 3.30 V


+5V Voltage : 5.03 V


+12V Voltage : 12.25 V


Chassis Fan : 1575 rpm


Processor Fan : 1078 rpm


Processor Temperature : 28 °C


Processor Temperature (Core 1) : 38 °C


Processor Temperature (Core 2) : 43 °C


Mainboard Temperature : 29 °C


Power/Aux Temperature : 55 °C




Monitoring Chip GPU : nVidia Driver + Thermal Diode


GPU Temperature : 46 °C


GPU Diode : 701 °C


GPU Fan : 100%


So my question is, which one is my CPU temp to compare with AMD specs?

 11/08/2006 05:28 PM
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The processor temperature (28 C) is your CPU temp. Don't forget that you can't trust the temps to 100 % because the probes are uncalibrated. They give you a hint of the heat in the component but you can't say that something is "1 C warmer" than something else.
 11/10/2006 11:48 AM
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quote:

Originally posted by: Toby1
The processor temperature (28 C) is your CPU temp. Don't forget that you can't trust the temps to 100 % because the probes are uncalibrated. They give you a hint of the heat in the component but you can't say that something is "1 C warmer" than something else.


So core temp is just a closer to each core temp? I guess I keep processor temp at under 40...closer to 32 at tops most times..Ill be fine.
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