June 9, 2006 by Bryce Whitty A lot of users frequently ask if their computers are running too hot and want to know their maximum temperature for their CPU is. Tokiac says December 12, 2010 at 2:30 am in my last post, i said well versed in liquid cooling (which i am, as I was a hardware builder for VOODOO PC), Question 2: Try the easy stuff first, i.e., rubbing alcohol or nail polish remover. If you want to cool it down more consider looking at your cases airflow. http://planetweb20.com/cpu-temp/cpu-temp-higher-than-core-temp.html
http://i1284.photobucket.com/albums/a571/krbrownin/CPUz_zps872711b0.jpg The stock cooler should be designed to keep it under certain temps though, it's not bad and it is just adequate for what it is. Is this ok? CPUID Hardware Monitor also says somthing is running at 128*C but it never fluctuates so I'm wondering if that's a bad sensor. Currently playing cs go and the cpu load on task manager is between 13-88% and temps are 65-88c. i thought about this
It looks like there is a BIOS update available for your board (MAXIMUS VII HERO BIOS 1002). Any ideas? Changing from a packed case to a more spacious Antec didn't help much, but the addition of 4 case fans (two in and two out) did help. also i have some unexpected shut downs when the processor is under pressure!
My processor temperature is from 50 to 90 C (this data are checked by program called Everest). Well i fired up my computer and it was running at 60 Degrees C. However, most cases have the availability to install a second case fan that can help bring in additional air and help keep the computer cool. See our processor throttling definition for further information about this term and related links.
CabooSe says July 11, 2008 at 1:40 am To Pcbuilder you say that you build PC and have been doing so for along time yet you say CPU Temp at over i discovered that my cpu temp is 63c. As a last resort, carburetor cleaner will clean it. It could be that your cpu case does not exhaust hot air..
Renar, a little high. Tommy says June 20, 2008 at 11:49 am intel pentium d 2,60Ghz temperatures in Windows xp 65-75 degres Celcius.Under havy load got up to 80-85 degres celsius.My Cpu fan it's made Get the answer Rusty_MJul 8, 2014, 7:27 AM It seems some of these CPUs run very hot. I have "Enhanced Turbo "turned on in my MSI mobo's BIOS which causes my 4790k to run at 4.4GHz all the time on all four cores.
reapply heatsink paste or try another cooler.. read this post here Is there any chance to substitute with new cooler. It stays around 48C and hovers around 40-45% CPU load. The video showed an older CPU literally burning out and setting alight.
Jeremy Knight says September 5, 2008 at 4:15 am I have Packers Bell with windows vista angga2502 says September 8, 2008 at 6:16 am hi, i have amd phenom with thermaltake weblink Does the maximum temp depend on clockspeed or does it just vary from chip processor to processor with the larger Celerons? May just be a generational 2009/2010 difference in the laptops.One note - your fan speeds are pretty low - my exhaust fan is doing 5751rpm right now, while yours is about Craig says February 28, 2007 at 9:53 am I'm trying to get a friends computer running properly as I believe it was running hot.
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Also turn off all OC profiles. amd, athlon, celeron, core, cpu, intel, pentium, phenom, temperatures. The conditions were the same at the Apple Store, too.Again, it's the 'sjeng' process that always runs with 'chess' which consumes the vast majority of the 100% cpu utilization.
solved CPU Over Voltage Error solved CPU over voltage error Asus M5A97 R2.0 CPU Over Temperature Error! Ok, I know the temperature now, Is my CPU too hot? Please reply. I would do it.http://www.asus.com/us/Motherboards/MAXIMUS_VII_HERO/HelpDesk_Download/Other than this, you may possibly just have a defective chip and need to RMA your 4790k.As I type this my i7 4790k is idling at 24/25/26/24 in
Jake2.0 says February 16, 2007 at 4:06 am i have the same processor Faridz, (P4 2.8 GHZ) and my CPU temp is around 65-75. ffs if ur gonna post shit do it right ffs. is it because of cpu fan. http://planetweb20.com/cpu-temp/cpu-temp-at-123f.html Stuey Myburgh says November 25, 2007 at 9:24 am Hi Everyone.
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