Windows 10: Need CPU Temperature?
Here's the thing. Temperatures are reported by the hardware as a negative offset from TJMax. The software then adds what it thinks is the correct TJMax for the processor to the reported temperature. If the software uses the incorrect TJMax, the temperature will be off. Different software may use different Tjmax.
From what what I have been able to find, TJMax = 90 seems right for that processor. But what is being reported by the hardware is that you are 90-82 = 8c degrees away from TJMax. That number (8c) is correct and means your processor is running really hot. you are only 8 degrees from thermal throttling of the processor.
At this time i'm at tenforum and temp is
and in case anybody wants to try this Core Temp without no crap pretty clean.
laptops sometimes run hot.
That doesn't look bad.
Speccy and latest Win 10 update
I lost Speccy, which was gr 8 t when Win updated its new build for 10. Sure wish I had a replacement.
I also lost Unlocker and wonder if MBAM's File Assassin does the same?
You can reinstall Speccy and it will work.
This is the reply I just got from another person,
" I haven't lost any programs, but I did install Speccy yesterday to check some temps and it caused all sorts of freezing problems with the latest build of Win 10.
After I uninstalled Speccy, everything went back to normal."
I am now confused.
Keep in mind that the person who replied might have had other issues that cause the temp to spike and the freezing. From my understanding you can install Speccy without any issues and it will work just fine.
That is true. I will see how it works. I thought lost both programs when the update occurred but will check again.
You can get the temperature in the BIOS...
I am having strange problems with my desktop & laptop with W10 10240 installed.
I have a Toshiba Portege ultrabook with i5 2520m cpu, which usually ran at high temperatures under W8.1 consuming up to 55W. Now the temperature won't go above...
On normal, it stays on 60-70, maybe 80 sometimes, but as soon as I start something that's graphics related, it kicks up to 90s. The fan really starts to kick in when about 93 degrees are reached, but it doesn't go down unless I stop the graphics...