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    Thumbs up cpu temp and core temp

    my cpu temp is 50c under 100% load with prime95 soft

    system temp is around 43-44 c

    my core temp is around 68-70 c

    is it normal or i have to use a custom cooler ?

    i am using core 2 duo E6300 1.86 GHz

    please suggest.

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    Default Re: cpu temp and core temp

    U said that ur core temp 68~70 and cpu temp is 50. Which doesn't make sanse to me. Try clearifying this. Because core temp & cpu temp reffer to same temp. And even if ur temp is 68~70 under load, u dont need a custom coolar mandatoryly. But if u have problem accepting this temp then u can get one. But in my opinion its not needed.
    Last edited by Raa; October 17th, 2011 at 08:44.

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    Default Re: cpu temp and core temp

    Quote Originally Posted by engapu View Post
    my cpu temp is 50c under 100% load with prime95 soft

    system temp is around 43-44 c

    my core temp is around 68-70 c

    is it normal or i have to use a custom cooler ?

    i am using core 2 duo E6300 1.86 GHz

    please suggest.
    what are you using for monitoring system temps? HWinfo?

    temps are actually alright. E6300 (Core 2 Duo) has a tjmax of 85c. so you are safe as long as you dont cross 75c under normal load. prime95 e to temp beshi hobei

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    Default Re: cpu temp and core temp

    Quote Originally Posted by Raa View Post
    U said that ur core temp 68~70 and cpu temp is 50. Which doesn't make sanse to me. Try clearifying this. Because core temp & cpu temp reffer to same temp. And even if ur temp is 68~70 under load, u dont need a custom coolar mandatoryly. But if u have problem accepting this temp then u can get one. But in my opinion its not needed.
    nope core tem and cpu temp doesn't reffer same thing...
    core temperature is collected from a Digital Thermal Sensor( DTS) which is located in each individual processing core, near the hottest part. it doesn't rely on an external circuit located on the motherboard to report temperature...
    The Cpu temperature is usually read form a sensor embedded within the socket of your motherboard or from the heatsink...it is more important coz cpu cooler rpm is directly related to it...that means your cpu fan speed will rise with the increase of cpu temperature....

    Quote Originally Posted by engapu View Post
    my cpu temp is 50c under 100% load with prime95 soft

    system temp is around 43-44 c

    my core temp is around 68-70 c

    is it normal or i have to use a custom cooler ?

    i am using core 2 duo E6300 1.86 GHz

    please suggest.
    can you post a screenshot of HWmonitor or any other monitoring software..your core temp seems a bit high considering the cpu tem..your fan speed(rpm) won't increase much to cool down your core temps if the cpu temp remains just 50C(which is kinda impossible with stock cooler and under p95 if you are from bd)
    Last edited by @nonymous™; October 17th, 2011 at 15:07.

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    Default Re: cpu temp and core temp

    @nonymous you are absolutely right. i am posting some screenshot.
    1st one is my cpu under load I tested it for about an hour. 2nd is when its idle. though i took the shot after 2 mins of the test.but i think the temp is ok.third one is under load and and you see I oveclocked my cpu from 1.86 to 2.33GHz. I can push only this limit bcos my motherboard doesn't support any voltage change. Click image for larger version. 

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    so whats your opinion? can i run my pc at this level of temp? is the core temp is normal? i think my system temp and cpu temp is good. but i have less knowledge about safe core temp. so experts of these matters please help

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    oh i should have mentioned that my casing is thermaltake dokker, psu is Thermaltake tr2 500. a pre installed 120mm fan with casing and i installed a 80 mm underneath the Harddisk drive. i am planning to buy msi gtx 560ti hawk but now its market out, do i need any other fan to install after buying the card.

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    Default Re: cpu temp and core temp

    Quote Originally Posted by engapu View Post
    oh i should have mentioned that my casing is thermaltake dokker, psu is Thermaltake tr2 500. a pre installed 120mm fan with casing and i installed a 80 mm underneath the Harddisk drive. i am planning to buy msi gtx 560ti hawk but now its market out, do i need any other fan to install after buying the card.
    On Intel processors core temp's are usually 10°C-15°C higher than the "CPU" temperature. Have a look HERE it explains more about Intel 64nm C2D/Q/X Thermal Designs...imo your core temps are still okay and quite impressive after OCing.....
    but if you wanna get something like gtx560ti then your CPU upgrade would be a kind of mandatory..... you can't imagine how much bottleneck it will be if you try to run it with your poor c2d. so i think you should not waste money at this moment for your current cpu.....

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    Best soft for thermal monitoring is real temp, Download this. You can use TT 120mm LED casing fans. that can reduce 2-5 C easily.

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    thanks , i know that gtx 560ti is not suitable for my pc. but i will update my pc also later. but i didnt find any 460ti or 560ti. so i bought sapphire 6850 today.6870 is even market out

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    Try Managing a C2Q cpu atleast......Ur C2D will bottleneck a 6850.........Even if u oc it to 2.33Ghz it wont be enough.......And moreover now-a-days all most all games will be able to run very fine in Quad core cpus........But not on C2D cpu........

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    Default Re: cpu temp and core temp

    i am running all maxed out. no problem at all. but i will try to upgrade my cpu asap

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