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What CPU Temp is actually the real one?

My spec:

Streacom FC8 Fanless Case
Asus Z87I-Pro
Intel Core i7 4770S 3.10GHz

I'm confused on what my real CPU temp is. Could somebody help me out.

Core Temp



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  1. It's 92c. That is very high. Get a case fan or 3.
  2. ewok93 said:
    It's 92c. That is very high. Get a case fan or 3.


    Do you know why they have different ratings of temp ? I have a case fan inside atm but it doesn't reduce any temps.
  3. 92c is realistic. 130 is not, and that is not a monitor anyway. Get another case fan and maybe an aftermarket cooler.
  4. ewok93 said:
    92c is realistic. 130 is not, and that is not a monitor anyway. Get another case fan and maybe an aftermarket cooler.


    What is 130 ? And why would I get a fan ? The whole point in me buying this case is to be fan-less.
  5. Best answer
    130 is a bad reading. That is not a temperature monitor. If you want it fanless, you need a good passive cooler, and those can get expensive. Fans aren't there just to look cool, they have a use, and if you want to get rid of them, you have to replace them with something.
  6. ewok93 said:
    130 is a bad reading. That is not a temperature monitor. If you want it fanless, you need a good passive cooler, and those can get expensive. Fans aren't there just to look cool, they have a use, and if you want to get rid of them, you have to replace them with something.


    Please look at my case : http://www.streacom.com/products/fc8-fanless-chassis/

    My case is a its ultra-efficient heatsink. So no need for fans.

    And again what are you talking about 130 ? 130 what ?
  7. Nothing. Ignore 130. Interesting case.
  8. On core temps you can see a list of your cores, in your case you have 6 cores. Out from them you can see some temps at each core. so actually your whole CPU is about 91C That's pretty high, you should get a new CPU-Cooler or some fans.
    It's hard for your computer, if it can't pull some fresh air in, and some warm air out.
    Like, if you're sitting in a warm room, your computer will pull the warm air in to the case and warm air out.Then it will allways be over room temps (But this wont happend if you have at least a great Cpu-Cooler or some super fans. Or you could just put you build inside of a fridge:3)

    Note: 'Okay' temps for a cpu like the one you have, would be about 55-65C

    Hope this was help enough:3
  9. Yeah, you should only go up to 80 max. Get a silent fan or something.
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