Windows 10: Show Us Your Temps
I do not know. I compare it to my Bios readings and it is accurate for me.
Fires, do you have some reason to think the temps are not correct?
No, I have no evidence that Speccy indicates incorrect temps. I was just wondering how the vendors of temp measuring apps verify that their product actually show the actual temps of the CPU and motherboard. I hope they submit their apps to Intel and MB manufactures to test if these apps are reliable.
Speccy does report inaccurate temps on certain CPUs. My AMD APU has the temp reported wrong in Speccy, but SpeedFan shows the correct temperature.
How do you verify that SpeedFan shows correct temps? Has AMD certified that SpeedFan is reliable? The manufacturers of CPUs are the only people who can know for sure what the actual temps of their CPUs are under various load conditions.
speccy and core temp comparison, both use the same thermal resistors .
Here are my idle temps , cpu usually only hits mid 30's low 40's under heavy load .
Here's mine idling:
My laptop, although it incorrectly identified the CPU. It's a 4810 MQ
Noctua U12-S cooler on stock Intel i5-2500; Noctua NF-F12 intake and 500 rpm Antec exhaust. All BIOS fan controls set to maximum quiet mode.
Intel XTU: hottest core reaches 63
Prime 95 version 188.8.131.52: hottest core reaches 67 on all 3 tests
Ambient temps constant at 27.
Speccy pic below is at idle
I'm building a PC and I know that many of you here have custom built PC's.
So, I though that maybe it would be nice to have a thread where you could show off your work.
Just a thought,
Here is my community centre PC's Desktop.