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 02/07/2009 07:51 PM
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Bmf2000uk
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Hi, My notebook has Athlon64x2 ql-60 1.9ghz
I'm wondering about it's temp
Idle 35-40 Celsius
Load 50-60 Celsius Are these ok?
P.s temps recorded with coretemp with chillmat on
I've read sometime there is an offset needed for coretemp is this relative to my processor or not
Thanks for your help.
Hopefully they're in range
 02/07/2009 08:12 PM
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Coretemp measures the temperature per core and although it's an indication, that's not what you should be looking at. You need the CPU temperature, reported by Everest, for example.
If they are not that different from those you reported, I'd say they're ok for a laptop.
 02/07/2009 08:26 PM
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Ok i got everest and my cpu temp is 45 C both cores 1 & 2 are 46 C this is idle with chillmat running how are these... ? and is everest the most accurat for my kinda cpu
 02/07/2009 08:41 PM
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Yep my temperatures are around this range too
My Processor is RM-72

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 02/07/2009 08:49 PM
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ok thanks but does anyone know the max temp for my processor? QL-60
 02/07/2009 09:26 PM
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Heffy
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I never saw AMD publishing that kind of info for mobile processors on their site. However, PackardBell states it's 100°C.

http://support.packardbell.com...220000&ppn=PC24QD0091

As to Everest, I don't know whether it's the most accurate, but it's quite accurate. You may compare with some other softwares, to make sure it reports right. It's never a bad thing to double-check.
 02/07/2009 09:30 PM
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Bmf2000uk
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Perfect Thanks Heffy I really appreciate yours and everyone else's help .. have a good day
 02/16/2009 10:54 AM
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I found a temperature stat here, but I'm not sure... if I read it right it looks like 100 degrees C?? http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/...-%20AMQL60DAM22GG.html

Hope this helps.
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 02/19/2009 11:47 PM
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Very helpful tips. Thanks!
 03/07/2009 05:16 AM
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Why dont you get a aftermarket cooler from newegg

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 03/22/2009 08:48 PM
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I have a temperature of TL-60, under load, rising to 80C

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Originally posted by: Petrovytsh

I have a temperature of TL-60, under load, rising to 80C


Time to Clean the dust or add another cooling pad ......
 05/06/2009 04:10 AM
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can i ask something? does cooling pads varies depending on the type of laptop or not? thanks!

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 05/06/2009 05:17 AM
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I think you will get better temperature drops by replacing the default factory thermal paste.
When I open up my Laptop I found thermal pads on the GPU and silicon based thermal paste on the CPU
Replaced it with AS 5 temperature drops by almost 10 degrees on average immediately.
I haven't even account for the "set in" required by AS 5

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 05/09/2009 10:43 AM
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those mark are ok.. hmm that processor has pretty good heat resistant range about less than 90degrees i think
 06/13/2009 12:59 AM
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See here for temperature averages on AMD CPUs:
http://www.heatsink-guide.com/...?content=maxtemp.shtml

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