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Laptop cooling problem????

Posted on 2011-03-06
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Just bought a new Toshiba Sat Pro with i3 330M (Win 7 64) and out of interest I installed Core temp -it shows that at idle Core 0 is around 30-33C, Core 1 39-41C and ripping a DVD showed max temp on Core 0 around 46C, Core 1 54C though Core 0 seemed to be doing most of the work.

Though of course this isn't hot in any way is such a differential a problem??

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No. That is reasonably normal in my experience for what you are doing. Check for your own PC what the maximum full time operating temperature is and stay below that. .. Thinkpads_User
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the official temp range for i3 cpu's is idle 30-40 C
and max. 45-55 C
so it make your temperature looks fine  :)
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