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My mobotemp and my cpu temp are too high !!!!

  1. #11


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    Thanks for help ,if I wll still have the problem I reopen this thread.

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  2. #12


    You do that,although a software forum,some hardware tricks,might do the job!
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  3. #13


    Posts : 18
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    I go with the pc on a service and if they not fix it I do everything even this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXs0I5kuoX4.
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  4. #14


    First things first,even if you survive deliding,CPU lid still might be "curved",check its surface in a cross pattern with a razor,do the same with the cooler,might save you the risk...
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  5. #15


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    Quote Originally Posted by proudtobegreek View Post
    First things first,even if you survive deliding,CPU lid still might be "curved",check its surface in a cross pattern with a razor,do the same with the cooler,might save you the risk...
    Hey man I think I find the problem ,I looked one more time on my cpu and i saw a bit of paste on cpus pins.I cleaned the pins and now the higher temp is 64 but I think it's a bit to high for an Athlon 64 x2 , but what I saw an pc when I start it is cpu's temp is 23 and cores temp has 64 when i test the cpu.I think the difference is too high , can be from the paste between cpu and cpu's cores?
    And I have difference temp on cores ,about 3-4 degrees.
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  6. #16


    Correct me if i misunderstood.When booting you have like 23C and while testing-benching you are getting 64?Sounds pretty good,benching up to 64 is like,you cant get it any better.
    There should not be any paste anywhere but your CPU's surface,less is always more,the dot method is recommended by the majority of people,tinkering with their systems.
    The three to four degrees difference is usual,nothing to worry about.
    Since you re-checked your processor,did you take a razor to confirm if its surface is all flat?The cooler?
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  7. #17


    Posts : 18
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    Quote Originally Posted by proudtobegreek View Post
    Correct me if i misunderstood.When booting you have like 23C and while testing-benching you are getting 64?Sounds pretty good,benching up to 64 is like,you cant get it any better.
    There should not be any paste anywhere but your CPU's surface,less is always more,the dot method is recommended by the majority of people,tinkering with their systems.
    The three to four degrees difference is usual,nothing to worry about.
    Since you re-checked your processor,did you take a razor to confirm if its surface is all flat?The cooler?
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    If you see in the image cpu temp on my laptop is equal with cores temp,but on pc cpu temp is 23 even if cores temp has 64 oe 70 (when is in test). Not when I start the pc has 23 and is goes at 64 that it is normal for me too, but the cpu temp is allways stays on 23 even if cores temp are 64-65 or 100.
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  8. #18


    Where do you see CPU temp 23? I really cant understand what you mean...who is "pc cpu temp"?
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  9. #19


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    Quote Originally Posted by proudtobegreek View Post
    Where do you see CPU temp 23? I really cant understand what you mean...who is "pc cpu temp"?
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    This is my pc ,if you see there cpu temp is not equal with cores temp.
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    I dont have that much of difference.On the other hand,i trust coretemp more than any other app.Please install version 1.05 RC5 and do NOT install version RC6,it gave me trouble every time i tried.HWinfo is also pretty accurate...
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