Everest Ultimate vs Real Temp, HW Monitor and OCCT

Discussion in 'Processors and motherboards Intel' started by Indeed, Jul 3, 2009.

  1. Indeed

    Indeed Member

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    I was browsing through Everest this morning, when i stumbled upon something. My cpu temperature readings surprised me! Everest reports an idle temerature reading of 32 degrees C. Real Temp, HW Monitor and OCCT report it as 42 C.
    Is everest on th wrong here? This is the first time i'm using everest so, I'm not that experienced. I'm pretty sure since my A/C is off, the temperatures should be around 40.
    I'm using the 680i LT motherboard with q6600.
     
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    dshramek Ancient Guru

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    Real Temp & Everest match on temps for me. I find Everest to be very accurate.
     
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    morbias Don TazeMeBro Staff Member

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    Go into preferences and make sure Everest is using the same Tj max value as the other programs.
     
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    thanks man! I was just about to add, that the Tj Max in Everest was 80, where's in Core temp it's 100. So I guess, Everest is in the wrong. :3eyes:
    How do I find the Tj Max option? There's like gazillion options there!
     
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    inklimited Ancient Guru

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    TJMax for 65nm Intels is 100.
     
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    File>Preferences>Hardware Monitoring>TjMax Temperature.
     
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    Thanks man, I appreciate your help. Cheers! :banana:
     

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