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Program to show AVERAGE cpu core temperatures?

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Does anyone know of a program that will show the AVERAGE cpu core temperatures of an i5-3570K?

I use RealTemp and Core Temp, but they just show the current temps which fluctuate a good bit, and the min / max temps.

I'd like to find a program like the old Everest program that would also show the AVERAGE.

It makes it easier that way to determine exactly what impact my cooling changes make on cpu core temps.
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Uh well you could log Real Temp to a file over time but that still might entail some manual work to get the actual average. Things like Afterburner have a graph that can be used to get a better idea of what it is when and over time but that is for GPUs of course. Don't see CPU temp in the Monitoring options.
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RealTemp T|I Edition
http://www.overclock.net/t/1330144/realtemp-t-i-edition

RealTemp has an average feature for the individual core temperatures. Run RealTemp, go into the Options window and turn on a core temperature icon in the system tray and then right click on that icon and select what data you want to look at:

Current
Minimum
Maximum
Average


The Average feature does not seem to be working yet for the new CPU Package temperature but I think that is on the things to do list. smile.gif

When testing your cooling mods, you are better off running a program that puts a consistent load on your CPU like Prime 95 - Small FFTs and then monitor for the peak CPU Package temperature. I personally would not use the average temperature but it is there if you need it.
Edited by unclewebb - 12/30/12 at 9:18am
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