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So I have a X6 1055T and i was just wondering about my temps... cpu isn't overclocked at all and i have a H50 cooling it. temps are as follows:

Core Temp:
CPU #0 = 15C (LOAD = 32C)

Hmonitor:
CPU #0 = 15C (LOAD = 32C)
CPU #1 = 29C (LOAD = 29C)
CPU #2 = 30C (LOAD = 29C)

So really my question is which one is better?
Which CPU do i look at?
Is this realistic?
Can you recommend me the best CPU temperature monitor?

Thanks in advance
    
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CPU #0 = 15C (LOAD = 32C)
CPU #1 = 29C (LOAD = 29C)
CPU #2 = 30C (LOAD = 29C)
They are all cores mate, it should go up to the 6th core (CPU #5), if the reading is right those temps are very good. The reason that I doubt the accuracy of them is that the idle is 15C and I imagine that you're room is between 18-24C maybe?
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looks like standard deviation. Rock on
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Originally Posted by golfergolfer View Post
So really my question is which one is better?
Which CPU do i look at?
Is this realistic?
Can you recommend me the best CPU temperature monitor?
Have you reviewed the guide written by ALUCARDVPR yet? You can find it here. It should answer your questions, and if it doesn't, I'm sure ALUCARDVPR will be happy to help you.

Too bad the guide is not sticky (yet).
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They are all cores mate, it should go up to the 6th core (CPU #5), if the reading is right those temps are very good. The reason that I doubt the accuracy of them is that the idle is 15C and I imagine that you're room is between 18-24C maybe?
thats the problem... i would expect that but it only goes to what has been shown... is there any settings to change or a different program to use? and room should be around 18ish

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looks like standard deviation. Rock on
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Use coretemp its good!
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Originally Posted by golfergolfer View Post
So I have a X6 1055T and i was just wondering about my temps... cpu isn't overclocked at all and i have a H50 cooling it. temps are as follows:

Core Temp:
CPU #0 = 15C (LOAD = 32C)

Hmonitor:
CPU #0 = 15C (LOAD = 32C)
CPU #1 = 29C (LOAD = 29C)
CPU #2 = 30C (LOAD = 29C)

So really my question is which one is better?
Which CPU do i look at?
Is this realistic?
Can you recommend me the best CPU temperature monitor?

Thanks in advance
Both programs read the same "Core Temp" value. Your actual temp is 32C at load (highest core). Ignore idle temps.

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The reason that I doubt the accuracy of them is that the idle is 15C and I imagine that you're room is between 18-24C maybe?
The "Core Temp" value is designed for peak temps (45C+) and temps under load to help you avoid the max recommend limit for your CPU - it is not accurate at idle.

And as nostalgia mentioned see my guide for more information:

AMD Temp Information and Guide
Edited by ALUCARDVPR - 10/8/11 at 7:35pm
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Originally Posted by ALUCARDVPR View Post
Both programs read the same "Core Temp" value. Your actual temp is 32C at load (highest core). Ignore idle temps.



The "Core Temp" value is designed for peak temps (45C+) and temps under load to help you avoid the max recommend limit for your CPU - it is not accurate at idle.

And as nostalgia mentioned see my guide for more information:

AMD Temp Information and Guide
so my load temp is 32C? idle doesnt matter which has occurred to me but i want to watch my CORE temp to see what i get at load right?
    
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so my load temp is 32C? idle doesnt matter which has occurred to me but i want to watch my CORE temp to see what i get at load right?
Correct, your actual temp under load is 32C - watch the cores
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Correct, your actual temp under load is 32C - watch the cores
kk good to know thanks for your help, i thought that i may of had a problem with my temp reader cuz it just seemed too low. Rep+
    
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