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NORMAL CPU temp CORE2 DUO 2.4GHZ USING THERMALRIGHT XTREME

By roc2x ·
Can anybody advice me if my CPU temperature
is normal?
Morning when i open my PC CPU temp is at 37-
39C. But when started to to internet
browsing,Streaming,etc my CPU temp goes up to
44-50 degC during afternoon and night my temp
would b around 44 degc.

Hi Im using ASUS P5Q-E MOBO and CPU 2.4 ghz
core2duo with Thermalright xtreme 120 using
S-FLEX fan 1600rpm

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It looks normal to me

by Jacky Howe In reply to NORMAL CPU temp CORE2 DUO ...

but here is a second opinion. Core 2core 2 Quad and Duo Temperature Guide - by CompuTronix
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http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/221745-29-core-temperature-guide
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sound ok

by .Martin. In reply to NORMAL CPU temp CORE2 DUO ...

the temps sound ok...

I am just interested in the RPM of the fan, not being able to find info on the fan (I didn't look too hard either), it seems strange, my CPU fan is always above 2500RPM with my chassis being above 1900RPM...

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Thank you guys

by roc2x In reply to sound ok

Bcoz right now im planning to redo the
application of thermal paste.
And I thought that my NEW THERMALRIGHT XTREME
is not OK

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You can run these stress tests if you like

by Jacky Howe In reply to Thank you guys

Test the Power Supply Unit and the CPU.
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Download Prime95.
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http://www.mersenne.org/freesoft.htm
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Prime95 is used to put your system at full load. Prime95 - When run for the first time, it is necessary to click on Advanced, then click on Round off checking so that errors caused by instabilities will be flagged as they occur. Also go to Options and run the Torture Test. Run the Inplace FFTs (Max Power, Heat and some Ram). Prime95 will automatically thread all Cores, and will expose insufficient CPU cooling and computer case cooling, or excessive Vcore and overclock. At no other time will a CPU be as heavily loaded, or display higher temperatures, even when OC'd during worst-case loads such as gaming or video editing. Prime95 can be used with SpeedFan to observe CPU temps, while stress testing for system stability. During single threaded gaming and applications, Core 0 typically carries heavier loads and higher temps than other Cores.
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You want your system at full load when checking your voltages to ensure your PSU is up to spec.
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If your PC restarts during this test you have a faulty Power Supply (PSU) and it will need replacing.
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Download SpeedFan and check the Voltages and Temps while Prime95 is running.
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http://www.almico.com/sfdownload.php
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You will want your 12-volt rail to be within 11.52 to 12.48 during load. This means when you are running your cpu at 100% you do not want to drop below 11.52 or you may experience stability problems including but not limited to system restarts and Windows crashes. For the 5-volt rail, you want it to be within 4.8 to 5.2 to be within the 4% range. As for the 3.3 volt rail, you want it to be within 3.17 to 3.43
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Video Memory Stress Test 1.4
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http://www.majorgeeks.com/Video_Memory_Stress_Test__d5896.html
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