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Just put up my new system : I5-2400, Asus P8h61 evo and my old 8800GT on top of it. It's the first time I put a computer up by myself so all of this is new to me, I'm still learning about checking if I've done things the right way...

Installed Hardware monitor, AIDA and speedfan to test my system temperatures. Everything seem to be ok, core temperatures included but


a) according to 3 programs, CPU/cputin temperatures are too high to be normal.
Is it a problem with the way the information is collected/calculated (or the sandy bridge models isn't calculated properly yet by those softwares ?) or could it be a real issue ?
My system seem to work perfectly fine but these figures seem strange...





b) Speedfan deems my gpu is too high but I read it was normal idle temperature. As for the AUX at 53 C, I have no idea what it is...if you know, thanks for letting me know.



I have the intel oem fan and heatsink above the cpu.
5 extra fans inside the case (4 linked to the case, 1 to the mobo), split this way :
Blowing air in the case : 2 in front , 1 on the side panel towards the gfx card and processor
Blowing air out of the case : 1 on top, 1 in the (upper) back
5 fans might be overkill for that kind of system, but I'll test it without the side fan later (I read good and bad things about those), I'd like to test and stabilize stuff first...

Anyone care to comment about the CPU temps ?
post #2 of 14
hmm...i'm not familiar with those temp readers...could you use coretemp or realtemp?
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faulty sensor ?
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hmm...i'm not familiar with those temp readers...could you use coretemp or realtemp?
Here's the realtemp one

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faulty sensor ?
I guess that's impossible to check
How come they manage to put zillions of transistors on a thumb-sized piece of metal and can't produce a decent thermometer ?
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Bumping this....does everyone know if I should worry about those high temps...?
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real temp ones look ok so something is deffo wrong.
real temp readings are what you would look at when you OC so as long as they are ok then your CPU should be fine.
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real temp ones look ok so something is deffo wrong.
real temp readings are what you would look at when you OC so as long as they are ok then your CPU should be fine.
By real temps, you mean the core temperatures ?
Not planning to overclock for now, just trying to see if my (first ever) build was done the right way.....and I don't understand where those high figures come from....
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By real temps, you mean the core temperatures ?
Not planning to overclock for now, just trying to see if my (first ever) build was done the right way.....and I don't understand where those high figures come from....
Look at the temperatures in Bios that will give you the most accurate reading.

If the cores in there are ok temperatures your good to go.
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By real temps, you mean the core temperatures ?
Not planning to overclock for now, just trying to see if my (first ever) build was done the right way.....and I don't understand where those high figures come from....
no real temp as in the software real temp you posted after your initial post.
for multi core cpus you look at the temp of each core and not one overall figure.
The temps reported by real temp are fine.
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