|15-07-2013, 10:52 PM||#1|
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[How to] check if your CPU is overheating
So, I've seen a lot of people facing this problem and I though that a guide can really help them. Here's what you have to do:
1. Download a little Piece of software called Core Temp.
2. Extract the content of the archive and open the Core Temp. exe
3. At the bottom of the window, you will see three lines - Tj max, Core #0 and Core #1 (if you have a dual core, like me).
4. For Intel, the Tj Max si somewhere around 85 degrees, while for AMD is more than 100 degrees. Make sure to check the Tj.
5. After this, it's simple. If the values from Core #0 and Core #1 are closer to the one from Tj. max, it means that your CPU is overheating and your system needs some cleaning.
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