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 07/25/2014 10:11 AM
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nanulin
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Hello all,

 

First of all, sorry for my english because is not my native languaje. I'll do all my efforts for that all you can understand my message. ( All corrections will be welcomed )

 

How I told, I have a AMD Phenom II X6 1090T and I am trying to find the correct temp of my CPU.

 

I'll put a img when I was trying with differents programs to find this data.

 

 

How you can see I have 2 readings ( in HWinfo ) about my CPU.

 

- CPU 0 = 31.3º

- CPU = 43º

 

This data is with the computer in idle.

 

The problem come when I play Far Cry 3 for exemple. Then the CPU 0 stays on 55º aprox but CPU rises to 63-64º.

 

AMD tell that for this processor is better does not bring the temperature above 62 º

 

Then ¿Which is the right temperature? If is CPU 0 is not to be worried but if is CPU then something is going wrong.

 

Again, sorry for my english and I'll wait for your messages.

 

Regards,

 07/25/2014 10:44 AM
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(CPU 0)  is the core temp and the one you want to keep your eye on

(CPU)   is the reading coming from the motherboard and not the cpu it self and is usually 10 or more degrees warmer than the core temp.

 

Your on the safe side with a core temp of 55 but thats still pretty warm and by going by your mobo temp of 40c I would say you need better airflow though your case.



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 07/25/2014 10:59 AM
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(CPU 0)  is the core temp and the one you want to keep your eye on

(CPU)   is the reading coming from the motherboard and not the cpu it self and is usually 10 or more degrees warmer than the core temp.

 

Your on the safe side with a core temp of 55 but thats still pretty warm and by going by your mobo temp of 40c I would say you need better airflow though your case.

 

Hi and thx.

 

This night I'll look the load temp correctlly. (maybe its a bit wrong because I am just remembering)

My case is this one (Zalman Z11 plus)

http://www.zalman.com/global/product/Product_Read.php?Idx=476

and I have a CM Hyper 212 EVO

 

I believe its a good and enough airflow right?

 

thx again



Edited: 07/25/2014 at 11:40 AM by nanulin
 07/25/2014 11:22 AM
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Thats a nice case!

Ok so airflow is not problem and if your max load temp is 55 than your good.

 

I didn't see your GPU temp there so thats what cousing your mobo temp of 40c (my bad)



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