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Windows 7: Is this a good tempture?

29 Aug 2009   #11
pparks1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by gamepro127 View Post
POSSIBLE. But how do you fix that?
Oh yea, the laptop is 3 months old. I dont think theres that much dust...LOL.
If your CPU was really getting that hot....the case of your laptop would certainly be extremely warm to touch. If your laptop shell feels roughly the same when you are running 32-bit and when you are running 64-bit...you probably have a problem with the software or the sensor.

Try a different app, for example CoreTemp or RealTemp and see what your results are.


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29 Aug 2009   #12
gamepro127

Windows 7 Enterprise x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by pparks1 View Post
If your CPU was really getting that hot....the case of your laptop would certainly be extremely warm to touch. If your laptop shell feels roughly the same when you are running 32-bit and when you are running 64-bit...you probably have a problem with the software or the sensor.

Try a different app, for example CoreTemp or RealTemp and see what your results are.
Yea its a problem with the Sensor.
What difference does CoreTemp or RealTemp Make?
Usally, were the system is booting up into 64-bit and the CPU is 100% due to loading windows the system shuts down because it gets so hot.
The fan, well. It does NOT start until the temp hits 190F. Then it gets really loud, blowing out hot-as-hell air. It stops at 180F.
The "HeatSink" or w/e you call it that blows out warm out without making any noise does NOT work in 64-bit, but in 32-bit you can feel cool air coming out.
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