HDMonitor Program indicates both internal & external CPU temps. Which is best to note for optimum temp?
Posted on 2008-06-09
HDMonitor indicates/states both the internal & external CPU temps.
I find that the "core" or internal temps for duo-core is about 5 degrees cnetigrade
less than the external or I suppose that's the temp as with the heatsink area.
I really don't understand the differences, as I may have even stated this
That HDMonitor Program does not explain anything about the readings.
I also use the Probe II ASUS Program to monitor the temps.
I'd like to monitor my computer as it's hot in the room.
My air cooling is the best with lot's of fans & super case, so
I do not need any advice re. those components.
Core temps are with just this website as load & anti-virus etc. running are: 39 degrees C.;
as the CPU are not OC. I could OC but want to know what temp to watch:
internal/core or external???
Just an explanation re. what to look for in the core & external temp readings,
Jim aka "vineyardtechie"