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My CPU is 90 degrees and so is the GPU

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December 8, 2013 7:48:16 AM

I have AMD A10-6700 Quad Core with GeForce GTX 645 2 GB.
I am not overclocking anything. I got this PC form HP. I selected the parts.

When I am gaming, my CPU and GPU reach around 90 degree Celsius.
Games like Battlefield 3.
This is what CUPID says:

Fans:
FANIN0 892 RPM
FANIN1 883 RPM

Fans PWM:
CPU: 20%
System Fan 1: 35%
System Fan 2: 49%
System Fan 3: 100%

I am just wondering if the fans are not doing their max. Is this bad temperature for the CPU and GPU?

PS the power supply is 460 W

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December 8, 2013 8:33:41 AM

90 degrees isn't a good temperature for any component. Try turning all the fan speeds to 100%, it could be loud but it will keep it a little cooler. You should probably invest in some case fans to help the airflow in the case. If none of the above are possible, you could try removing the side panel of your PC case to allow fresh air to come in, and hot air out. It is not recommended as dust could come in the case and ofcourse, the hardware is open without protection, so be carefull with that.
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December 8, 2013 10:16:02 AM

Zalkard said:
90 degrees isn't a good temperature for any component. Try turning all the fan speeds to 100%, it could be loud but it will keep it a little cooler. You should probably invest in some case fans to help the airflow in the case. If none of the above are possible, you could try removing the side panel of your PC case to allow fresh air to come in, and hot air out. It is not recommended as dust could come in the case and ofcourse, the hardware is open without protection, so be carefull with that.


I think I read something wrong. On CUPID, it doesn't say Core#1: [Temp] Core#2[Temp] It says package: [Temp] Under my CPU.
I tried speedfan and it said CPU: around 40C, which CUPID's package temp never reached. So I am guessing that the real temp is around 40C, like what speedfan said. But then what does Package mean under my processor?

Also my fan goes up to 1500 RPM when gaming. Is this good enough?
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December 8, 2013 12:48:31 PM

Huskynine said:
Zalkard said:
90 degrees isn't a good temperature for any component. Try turning all the fan speeds to 100%, it could be loud but it will keep it a little cooler. You should probably invest in some case fans to help the airflow in the case. If none of the above are possible, you could try removing the side panel of your PC case to allow fresh air to come in, and hot air out. It is not recommended as dust could come in the case and ofcourse, the hardware is open without protection, so be carefull with that.


I think I read something wrong. On CUPID, it doesn't say Core#1: [Temp] Core#2[Temp] It says package: [Temp] Under my CPU.
I tried speedfan and it said CPU: around 40C, which CUPID's package temp never reached. So I am guessing that the real temp is around 40C, like what speedfan said. But then what does Package mean under my processor?

Also my fan goes up to 1500 RPM when gaming. Is this good enough?


If 1500 RPM is the max then it's good. Also, personally I suggest Realtemp as a CPU temperature monitor, it logs the max and minimum temperature and is very simple to use. It also tells how hot the CPU may got before thermal throttling switches on. Was 40 degrees on the CPU while the system was idle or when under load?
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