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August 15, 2008, 4:32 pm
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I'm using Everest and Speedfan, but they have conflicting labels for the
temperatures. I have core1 and core2 that seem to tie up (both around 44),
but the CPU temperature is reporting differently on both. Everest has a CPU
temp of 35 and speedfan says 51. Is the central core CPu temp normally
higher or lower than the 2 cores? I would expect cooler, so would tend to
The 51 degree reading that speedfan has called 'Core' seems to match the GPU
(graphics) temperature in everest. (7600GS).
I know that speedfan is generic and won't get it right - this isn't a
complaint I just want to figure out which label is which! Speedfan has 9
temperature readings and Everest only shows 6:
Everest - motherboard, cpu, core0, core1, GPU, HD1.
Speedfan - GPU, temp1, temp2, HD0, HD1, core0, core1, core, ambient
Fantastic thanks. It would appear that I don't actually have a temperature
for the CPU! Only Core0 and Core1. The Configure page shows:
GPU = GeForce Video Card GPU
Temp1 = Winbond (motherboard temp1)
Temp2 = Winbond (motherboard temp2)
HD0 = obvious
HD1 = obvious
Core0 = obvious
Core1 = obvious
Core = NVidia Video card core
Ambient = NVidia Video Card ambient (reports zero)
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