Sign in with
Sign up | Sign in
Your question

Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz

Last response: in CPUs
Share
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 28, 2010 6:03:08 AM

Hello, i have this temperatures and i want to know if its normal.

SpeedFan results:
GPU 63C
CPU die -1C
Motherboard 46c
ICH 84C
MCH 67C
HD1 41C
HD0 46C
Core0 90C
Core1 87C
Core2 90C
Core3 88C
Core 63C
Ambient 0C

Thanks
a b à CPUs
March 28, 2010 6:44:39 AM

I dont like speedfan myself. I use HWmonitor. Since its free, I'd cross ref the speedfan temps with something else to make sure your getting good results.

As for those readings, its still below tjmax of 100, but higher than I'd like to see generally. I take it this is under load.
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 28, 2010 11:13:58 AM

Thanks i will try HWmonitor and i will send you my new results..

Meanwhile i made some checks and i think maybe is HD the problem.
I have 2 installed and one is SATA. On that i have Windows XP and on the other Windows 7.
When am loading on windows 7 everything it seems to be ok but when i load windows xp then its start beeping and finally shuts down with overheating problem..
Related resources
Anonymous
a b à CPUs
March 28, 2010 11:40:48 AM

Hello again, i run HWmonitor and the results are with this order: value, min, max.
Core0: 79, 78, 82
Core1: 77, 74, 81
Core2: 79, 78, 82
Core3: 78, 77, 81
GPU: 67, 66, 67
Windows XP HD
Assembly: 37, 37, 37
Air Flow: 37, 37, 37
Windows 7 HD
Assembly: 45, 45, 45
Air Flow: 45, 45, 45

That's it.. i hope everything will be fine
a c 172 à CPUs
a b å Intel
March 28, 2010 11:56:27 AM

Your temperatures are too high. Is your cooler properly installed?
March 28, 2010 3:21:17 PM

does it depend what version processor it is, i.e. the G0 one or the other one?

could try using Core Temp as well to measure
a b à CPUs
March 28, 2010 4:40:24 PM

These are idle temps, so yes, you have a cooling problem.

Get some more HSF goo and reinstall the CPU fan. You can use this as a guide:
http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/274745-31-step-step-g...

Also, might be a good idea to take the side of the case off for now and have an extra fan blowing into it. It will give you a chance to see if the CPU fan has failed.

Is this a new build or just started having these issues on a computer thats been working a while?
a c 123 à CPUs
March 28, 2010 11:02:23 PM

daviduk109 said:
does it depend what version processor it is, i.e. the G0 one or the other one?

could try using Core Temp as well to measure


True, but ot to where he is getting near 80c. The B3 was the first one nd it would run about 5c hotter than the G0 but never that bad.

I too suggest checking the HSF. It seems like its not making proper contact or the case has really bad air flow.......
!