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Windows 7: high CPU temperatures;upto 100 degrees celsius

14 Nov 2013   #21
aaryan

Windows 7 home basic 64bit
 
 

removed all the monitors. trying the one in the link provided by you.


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14 Nov 2013   #22
MilesAhead

Windows 7 32 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by carwiz View Post
If you are running more than one monitor, they can get confused and even crash the CPU.
How did simultaneous monitors get in the picture? That's as inane as running concurrent AV shield software. I don't suggest either. I think for the OP's piece of mind he's better off to swap drives. If nothing runs cooler then at least he knows for sure.
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14 Nov 2013   #23
aaryan

Windows 7 home basic 64bit
 
 

as per ypur directions i downloaded that application. i have attached screenshot.
shows normal readings for the CPU! though it doesnt show the individual core temp.
but can i infer something about the core temp from this result?


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14 Nov 2013   #24
aaryan

Windows 7 home basic 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by MilesAhead View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by carwiz View Post
If you are running more than one monitor, they can get confused and even crash the CPU.
How did simultaneous monitors get in the picture? That's as inane as running concurrent AV shield software. I don't suggest either. I think for the OP's piece of mind he's better off to swap drives. If nothing runs cooler then at least he knows for sure.
not running multiple monitors.
trying one at a time.
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14 Nov 2013   #25
N00berG00ber

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

check task manager to see CPU usage and RMA usage. also install cpuz to check cpu frequencies to make sure ur cpu is scaling. change power plan settings to balanced and make sure minium power usage is 0%. if still getting hot, its most likely the thermal paste or cooler was not put on rite.
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14 Nov 2013   #26
aaryan

Windows 7 home basic 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by N00berG00ber View Post
check task manager to see CPU usage and RMA usage. also install cpuz to check cpu frequencies to make sure ur cpu is scaling. change power plan settings to balanced and make sure minium power usage is 0%. if still getting hot, its most likely the thermal paste or cooler was not put on rite.
CPU usage and RMA usage are very low.
CPU frequencies are also fine.
went to the HP service center, got the thermal pasting done again plus the fan is working properly.
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14 Nov 2013   #27
MilesAhead

Windows 7 32 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by aaryan View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by MilesAhead View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by carwiz View Post
If you are running more than one monitor, they can get confused and even crash the CPU.
How did simultaneous monitors get in the picture? That's as inane as running concurrent AV shield software. I don't suggest either. I think for the OP's piece of mind he's better off to swap drives. If nothing runs cooler then at least he knows for sure.
not running multiple monitors.
trying one at a time.
I should say so. heh heh
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14 Nov 2013   #28
aaryan

Windows 7 home basic 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by aaryan View Post
as per ypur directions i downloaded that application. i have attached screenshot.
shows normal readings for the CPU! though it doesnt show the individual core temp.
but can i infer something about the core temp from this result?
MILES check this!
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14 Nov 2013   #29
carwiz

Windows 7 Pro-x64
 
 

AMD only gives a design temperature for the CPU (all cores). That could be why the temperature is shown as an aggregate. The CPU may only have one sensor placed in the middle of all cores. In any case, those temps look closer to reality. What's your ambient (room) temperature?
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14 Nov 2013   #30
aaryan

Windows 7 home basic 64bit
 
 

See carwiz if according to you those temp values seem valid to you and can be relied upon taking AMD architecture into consideration, then for me those values are just fine..room temp around 25-30.
But cpu temp ~45 degrees Celsius is just fine for me..cz this is lesser than at which it usually works :-P
So according to you if these values are legit! Should i bother this matter any further?
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