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    Hello everybody ,
    i have a Q8200 CPU , and a GIGABYTE motherboard p45 .
    recently i've downloaded a couple of softwars that check's the Temp' of the CPU , and every Software gives me another results...
    i have the Prime95 , SpeedFan , EasyTune6(gigabyte Utality),CoreTemp,HWMonitor_111 ...
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    CoreTemp will show ONLY core temps, and Easytune and Speedfan show CPU Temp. Looks like you need to configure speedfan to show your CPU Temp, and well as 11 additional Core.

    Core Temps are all you need to keep a eye on though as CPU temp is not usually any hotter.

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    That version of Core Temp is out of date as well, get the 0.99.3 as it has the correct TjMax, your temps are actually 5C lower than what is being reported.

    Hardware Monitor appears to be correct.
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    c , but still on CoreTemp the temp' r above the normal and higher that the results on CPUID for ex. ... Cpuid shows the the core Temp's r 64,61,60,61 , on the other hand CoreTemp shows 69,67,64,65 , its close to 70 C ...
    btw i will download the new v. as u said...
    10x

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    Which cooler are you using?

    What was your ambient air temp when you took that screenie?

    How's your case airflow?

    With regard to the above screenie, Core Temp is using an incorrect TjMax at 105C as it has been announced by Intel on the Intel Developer Forum that the correct TjMax for 45nm Q8xxx & Q9xxx is 100C.

    The 0.99.3 version of Core Temp "should" be using this and reporting the temps at 5C lower than in the screenie you posted. If it is not then there is an error in the software, you can also use Real Temp (preferably v2.75.4 or later beta releases)

    According to Intel the SLB5M thermal spec is 71.4C so although you are in the "upper range" you are in no way near the maximum.

    If you are using the stock Intel cooler physically check each of the push pins is completely and correctly engaged as they are notorious for releasing thus giving insufficient contact between the IHS and the cooler base resulting in elevated temperatures.

    Another point, is your vCore set manually in the bios or is it set to "Auto"? If it is indeed auto this could go part way to explaing your "elevated" temps as the auto setting is notorious for over volting, more volts = more heat. Preferably, set your vCore manually


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    I use thermaltake's ‏Blue Orb II Silent CL-P0257‎ .
    the air temp 25 +-
    my airflow is good , i have 3 Fan's , one on the HDD , the other on the Side and another one is from the back ...
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    what does the tjmax means ?

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    TjMax is the temperature that an Intel cpu will throttle speed/voltage in the case of a thermal event (overheating)


    Google it and read up, there is the Intel document that was released, you can download a copy from here
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    thanks alot bro'...

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