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22 cel ambient on air cooling (core temp isn't always 100%)

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22 cel ambient on air cooling (core temp isn't always 100%)

Do your temps mean anything to me? If yours are 10C on air, am I fine? I dont think its a faulty sensor.
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post #23 of 28
what i'm saying is there is no way my computer can be 12 cel cooler than room temperature.

The mb sensor says its at 50 when this one says 10
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OK thx guys, I guess it was just low because I had just started it up after a cold night. Its running at around 22 or 23 now. I guess its just normal.
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i idle at around 22-25c at 3.4ghz - if you keep your room colder than me! BURRRRRRRRRRRR! grab a hot lady!
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post #26 of 28
Those Coretemps are WAY off. E4300/E4400 temperatures are recalibrated in the Coretemp 0.95 release. You'll find it's around 15*c higher on each core.

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post #27 of 28
I am MOST surprised that, after 3 PAGES, you have not even bothered to measure your ambient temperature. DO THAT RIGHT AWAY!

Idle temps are usually around 10C above ambient. More if stock cooling, less if top-notch cooling (lapped and IHS removed etc).
post #28 of 28
to find your real processor temperature, do the following:
1. download coretemp and find your tjunction
2. download crystal cpuid: http://crystalmark.info/download/ind...l#CrystalCPUID
3. go to function>msr editor in crystal cpuid
4. in msr number, put 0x19c
5. click the rdmsr button, and translate the last 2 hexidecimal digits (not including the zeros at the end) into celcius degrees using a converter to find the DTS http://www.tonymarston.net/php-mysql/converter.php
6. subtract your DTS from the tjunction to get the true temp.
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