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How come CPU0 is showing as 127c?

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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
Will post pics in a min.

Tim
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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#2
because its hot?
#3
Tiz your ambient temperature within the PC case I am sure, just checked mine also but I have a reading of 36c.

Take off your PC side panel and see if the temperature goes down, if so then it may well be a ventilation problem.
#4
I get the feeling it just may be a dodgy reading as it hasn't moved from 127c, it would of killed itself the CPU if it was really that temp lol...


Tim
#5
timothyw9
I get the feeling it just may be a dodgy reading as it hasn't moved from 127c, it would of killed itself the CPU if it was really that temp lol...


Tim


recent pcs can run @ 150 degrees so it will be ok but install a faster fan on the case and maybe a zalman cpu cooler....... :)
#6
timothyw9
I get the feeling it just may be a dodgy reading as it hasn't moved from 127c, it would of killed itself the CPU if it was really that temp lol...


Tim


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#7
faevilangel
recent pcs can run @ 150 degrees so it will be ok but install a faster fan on the case and maybe a zalman cpu cooler....... :)


Could certainly do with a better CPU fan - the one on it whines like hell - damn u emachines lol :-D
#8
for more reliable temperature reading check your bios
#9
timothyw9
Could certainly do with a better CPU fan - the one on it whines like hell - damn u emachines lol :-D


buy a dell :p mine is whisper quiet :-D
#10
I know - Dells are very quiet - I used to a have Dell Optiplex 170L which was very quiet.

Tim
#11
my intel e4500 dual core is running at 36'c and my 2 hd's are at 36 and 32 :-D they have the stock fans on them ........ :p
#12
kwl

Core 0 and Core 1 are running at 31c according to speedfan.... with whatever emachines stuck on lol
#13
faevilangel;2986017
recent pcs can run @ 150 degrees so it will be ok but install a faster fan on the case and maybe a zalman cpu cooler....... :)


:w00t: Silicon most definitely cannot handle those heats, thats madness. 127 degrees is so hot it is almost certainly a false reading - to be sure, reboot and quickly enter the bios menu and check the CPU temp from there... :thumbsup:
#14
faevilangel
recent pcs can run @ 150 degrees so it will be ok but install a faster fan on the case and maybe a zalman cpu cooler....... :)


I'm pretty sure it's still 120°C absolute maximum, and around 90°C for the temperature reading you get.

As others have said the problem is likely speedfan, try a different monitoring utility like Real Temp and see if that gives the same reading.
#15
I cant even hear my dell and its only a p4
#16
Quick shut down your PC and chuck it in the bath that will cool it down
#17
it's definatly a bogus reading from speedfan, wouldnt worry about it dude, but check the temp in bios like others have said.
#18
RedIron
Quick shut down your PC and chuck it in the bath that will cool it down


lol :-D!!!

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