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    how to know the temperature of the processor and the motherboard

    Hi all how can we know the temperature of the processor and various components is it a program or in the BIOS

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    Re: how to know the temperature of the processor and the motherboard

    You can use the software Speedfan for temperatures.

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    Re: how to know the temperature of the processor and the motherboard

    T ° c normal depends on the CPU.
    In what concerns you, a P4 3Ghz it seems to me that 40 - 45 ° c seem appropriate, since it seems that the P4 heat more than the Athlon 64.
    The trend was reversed by a few years or duron turned Toll to 50 bp and Pentium 30 - 35
    takes in the 25 - 30 ° C, according to the breakdown of the tower.
    My Athlon 64 runs at 36 - 38 at rest, and 26 cm - 29 ° depending on the T c of the room.
    Anyway, in case of overheating CPU current is cut off before they deteriorate

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