Help with some Temps and Voltages Please

Hi all, I'm very new to learning about correct/acceptable temps and voltages and was wondering if anyone might help me in determining if these temps and voltages are good or bad. these were taken at idle..here are my PC specs:

3.00GHz AMD Athlon 64 X2
500GB SATA II HD
3GB DDR2 667
DVD+RW Dual Layer
Lite-ON DVD-RW LS
Corsair VX450W 12V@33A PSU
ASUS 9600GT 512M DDR3
Vista 32bit

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  1. Just wanted to add that the side of my case stays off..I am just basically wanting to know if there is anything there that I should be worried about..thanks
  2. Everything looks fine except for the delta between both cores but I don't thing its a big deal.
  3. um 10C is a big deal... did you build this rig? you may have to reseat the coolre.
  4. V3NOM said:
    um 10C is a big deal... did you build this rig? you may have to reseat the coolre.


    This is a Gateway GT5656 that I got from Tigerdirect several months ago, But..I did put the 9600gt video card and the Corsair VX450W power supply in this as an upgrade..Sorry to sound dumb but what exactly do you mean by 10C being a big deal? I don't even know what Delta means, lol..Forgive me, i'm in my learning process...and also what can i do to resolve this? thanks
  5. 10 C as in degrees celsius. Delta means the difference between two things (in this case, the two cores). if you're not ocing i wouldn't bother, however if you are ocing you should get anew HS anyway so
  6. V3NOM said:
    10 C as in degrees celsius. Delta means the difference between two things (in this case, the two cores). if you're not ocing i wouldn't bother, however if you are ocing you should get anew HS anyway so


    Ohh ok, I knew what celsius was, lol..just didn't know where the difference was coming from...No overclocking here so i suppose i'm good 2 go..thanks so much for the help
  7. you're welcome. great to see someone grateful for our help lol
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