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27 Dec 2009   #1
scoopeeedoo

 
 
about cpu temperature...

Hi everyone!

Certainly the question was asked yet, but let me please tell you about my problem :

I had a new mother-board last week. After installing it, and also my CPU (recuperated on my old board), everything runs well but when i use Speedfan there is a "temp3" very high... With my old board, that value was "-129" or "-179C" so i never worried, but here this is between 70 and 80C.
So i thought i had put too much thermal paste or maybe crashed my processor and decided to buy a new one (for my pleasure too, of course).
Operation done, i turn on the pc, everything runs well,... and Speedfan : Temp3 72C!
I tried all logs : HWMonitor, HMonitor, Everest... : idem, pareil, same

Could someone please have a look at those values and tell me if i have to worry or not cause i don't even dare to play a game...

Temperatures in BIOS are : System 44C, CPU 41C.

Thanks for reading and, maybe, answering...




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27 Dec 2009   #2
DocBrown

Win7 Enterprise, Win7 x86 (Ult 7600), Win7 x64 Ult 7600, TechNet RTM on AMD x64 (2.8Ghz)
 
 

What is the temp program you are using ? I would like to try it. Thanks


" Doc "
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27 Dec 2009   #3
scoopeeedoo

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DocBrown View Post
What is the temp program you are using ? I would like to try it. Thanks


" Doc "
Which one?
up-left on the screenshot :
HWMonitor (freeware) CPUID
up-right : SpeedFan (freeware) SpeedFan - Access temperature sensor in your computer
down-left : HMonitor (trial, very limited)
down-right : Everest Ultimate

And you can have gadgets for at least 3 of them...
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27 Dec 2009   #4
richc46

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, clean install, upgrade disc
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by scoopeeedoo View Post
Hi everyone!

Certainly the question was asked yet, but let me please tell you about my problem :

I had a new mother-board last week. After installing it, and also my CPU (recuperated on my old board), everything runs well but when i use Speedfan there is a "temp3" very high... With my old board, that value was "-129" or "-179C" so i never worried, but here this is between 70 and 80C.
So i thought i had put too much thermal paste or maybe crashed my processor and decided to buy a new one (for my pleasure too, of course).
Operation done, i turn on the pc, everything runs well,... and Speedfan : Temp3 72C!
I tried all logs : HWMonitor, HMonitor, Everest... : idem, pareil, same

Could someone please have a look at those values and tell me if i have to worry or not cause i don't even dare to play a game...

Temperatures in BIOS are : System 44C, CPU 41C.

Thanks for reading and, maybe, answering...
Doc will get back to you on the question. But regardless of the answer, if you are concerned, a cooling pad would reduce your anxiety and the temp of the puter. Something to think about.
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27 Dec 2009   #5
scoopeeedoo

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by richc46 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by scoopeeedoo View Post
Hi everyone!

Certainly the question was asked yet, but let me please tell you about my problem :

I had a new mother-board last week. After installing it, and also my CPU (recuperated on my old board), everything runs well but when i use Speedfan there is a "temp3" very high... With my old board, that value was "-129" or "-179C" so i never worried, but here this is between 70 and 80C.
So i thought i had put too much thermal paste or maybe crashed my processor and decided to buy a new one (for my pleasure too, of course).
Operation done, i turn on the pc, everything runs well,... and Speedfan : Temp3 72C!
I tried all logs : HWMonitor, HMonitor, Everest... : idem, pareil, same

Could someone please have a look at those values and tell me if i have to worry or not cause i don't even dare to play a game...

Temperatures in BIOS are : System 44C, CPU 41C.

Thanks for reading and, maybe, answering...
Doc will get back to you on the question. But regardless of the answer, if you are concerned, a cooling pad would reduce your anxiety and the temp of the puter. Something to think about.
Do you mean a thermal material between CPU and heat sink/fan? Or do you talk of something else...? Because, of course, there was material on the sink/fan...
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27 Dec 2009   #6
richc46

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, clean install, upgrade disc
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by scoopeeedoo View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by richc46 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by scoopeeedoo View Post
Hi everyone!

Certainly the question was asked yet, but let me please tell you about my problem :

I had a new mother-board last week. After installing it, and also my CPU (recuperated on my old board), everything runs well but when i use Speedfan there is a "temp3" very high... With my old board, that value was "-129" or "-179C" so i never worried, but here this is between 70 and 80C.
So i thought i had put too much thermal paste or maybe crashed my processor and decided to buy a new one (for my pleasure too, of course).
Operation done, i turn on the pc, everything runs well,... and Speedfan : Temp3 72C!
I tried all logs : HWMonitor, HMonitor, Everest... : idem, pareil, same

Could someone please have a look at those values and tell me if i have to worry or not cause i don't even dare to play a game...

Temperatures in BIOS are : System 44C, CPU 41C.

Thanks for reading and, maybe, answering...
Doc will get back to you on the question. But regardless of the answer, if you are concerned, a cooling pad would reduce your anxiety and the temp of the puter. Something to think about.
Do you mean a thermal material between CPU and heat sink/fan? Or do you talk of something else...?
That choice would be yours. I was just suggesting that there are products out threre to protect your valuable investment. What you actually buy is a personal choice. As far as I am concerned they are all equally valuable.
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27 Dec 2009   #7
scoopeeedoo

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by richc46 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by scoopeeedoo View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by richc46 View Post

Doc will get back to you on the question. But regardless of the answer, if you are concerned, a cooling pad would reduce your anxiety and the temp of the puter. Something to think about.
Do you mean a thermal material between CPU and heat sink/fan? Or do you talk of something else...?
That choice would be yours. I was just suggesting that there are products out threre to protect your valuable investment. What you actually buy is a personal choice. As far as I am concerned they are all equally valuable.
Sorry but i'm not sure to understand... What could i do more than the original thermal material... I did it last year, exactly the same way, and without any problem... What is the choice that you are talking about...?
Anyway, thanks for your interest!
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27 Dec 2009   #8
richc46

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, clean install, upgrade disc
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by scoopeeedoo View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by richc46 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by scoopeeedoo View Post

Do you mean a thermal material between CPU and heat sink/fan? Or do you talk of something else...?
That choice would be yours. I was just suggesting that there are products out threre to protect your valuable investment. What you actually buy is a personal choice. As far as I am concerned they are all equally valuable.
Sorry but i'm not sure to understand... What could i do more than the original thermal material... I did it last year, exactly the same way, and without any problem... What is the choice that you are talking about...?
Anyway, thanks for your interest!
I have seen, just once actually, a pad that serves as a cushion under the lap top, that is suppose to keep it cool. But the thermal material would be better, now that I am making a choice.
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27 Dec 2009   #9
scoopeeedoo

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by richc46 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by scoopeeedoo View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by richc46 View Post

That choice would be yours. I was just suggesting that there are products out threre to protect your valuable investment. What you actually buy is a personal choice. As far as I am concerned they are all equally valuable.
Sorry but i'm not sure to understand... What could i do more than the original thermal material... I did it last year, exactly the same way, and without any problem... What is the choice that you are talking about...?
Anyway, thanks for your interest!
I have seen, just once actually, a pad that serves as a cushion under the lap top, that is suppose to keep it cool. But the thermal material would be better, now that I am making a choice.
Well, i see what you mean now, but i don't have a laptop, so i couldn't use that kind of pad... But effectively, i read recently something about that on the web.
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27 Dec 2009   #10
richc46

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Windows 7 Home Premium SP1, clean install, upgrade disc
 
 

I no longer need a lappy I have a DELL xps 20 desktop. Great machine.
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