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Temperature, in hardware, refers to the degree or intensity of heat present in the hardware. Generally, excess heat is damaging to hardware which makes it necessary to monitor the temperature of hardware and take steps to reduce it.

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Is there a way I can retrieve PCIe device temperatures in windows?

I'm planning on doing some cooling upgrades to a X540T2 NIC - I've a spare one, and am planning on testing replacing the heat sink paste with a PTM7950 pad and wire up the fan pads for a fan. Since I ...
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Difference in temperature between two CPUs with the same usage

Let's say we have two Intel Core CPUs, A i5-1135G7 (4 cores / 8 threads, 28 Watt) and a i7-1360P (12 cores / 16 threads, 28 Watt) (hopefully this comparison is correct enough). These CPUs have the ...
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I can't set max temperature using `lm-sensors`

When I try to update lm-sensors settings: chip "coretemp-isa-0000" compute temp1 99,100 compute temp2 100,99 compute temp3 @-2,@-1 compute temp4 @-1,@-2 after service lm-...
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How to get CPU temp in MSI Afterburner without hwinfo?

I just got a new laptop (HP Victus) with a Ryzen 7 8845HS CPU. It seems that MSI Afterburner has trouble picking up AMD CPU temps and the solution is to use HWInfo to provide the data. However, latest ...
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Temperature vs Power has strong positive correlation

So, I just bought super high RPM fan for my laptop, it's worked fine, it reduced temperature. I noticed multivariate time series real time graph between temperature and power that they have similarity ...
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Intel CPU frequency limited after a while under heavy multithreaded load

I have a Linux Mint system with an i5-13600 CPU and an all-in-one watercooler on a MSI MAG Z790 Tomahawk motherboard. I've noticed that when I put a heavy computational load on my system (like ...
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Stop my laptop from freezing/overheating when gaming

My laptop frequently overheats when I'm gaming. Some games it overheats in are VALORANT, Tom Clancy: The Division 2, The Finals, and Resident Evil 2. Not sure if this is connected or not, but ...
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My Nvidia 3090 FE insists on running super loud and cool in Ubuntu - how can I change the firmware fan curve?

pSensor readout of my GPU fan speeds and temperatures. I've got an Nvidia 3090 FE. Pictured is a readout of my system temperatures (GPU temp is at 58 deg C in red). This screenshot was taken while I ...
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How to reset power settings on Windows 11?

On my company Lenovo L13 (i5-1145G7 2.60GHz, 16GB), the fan never stops, even when CPU temperature is just at 41C. It's been MONTHS of non-stop fan, nobody knows what is going on, I am getting mad. ...
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How to exclude sensors from output?

There is a well known issue where certain chips will report temperature readings that are completely bogus (probably because there is no sensor at all connected). They will show in lm_sensors output ...
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High temps on MoBo?

Just built myself a new PC and checking out my temps with HWMonitor it shows that most things are fine, except for the motherboard... Any suggestions? It's an ITX unit and I have built it in an SG13 ...
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High cpu temperature until i open task manager then it drops down to normal [duplicate]

i have problem.with cpu temps it started yesterday when intalled some shady program and nothing happend when i clicked that exe file, i think in background it did something, When i leave pc on idle ...
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CPU frequency or voltage optimization

I'm running a CPU-bound code with OpenMPI on my old Linux server (Core i7-3770, 4 cores with HT). It works fine, but I found CPU throttling sometimes occurred and the overall performance decreased ...
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BIOS error temps: Sometimes jumps 30 degrees with no explanation

Firstly I apologize for my English. I have a rather curious problem, I have a B450m board with a Ryzen 5500, update the BIOS to be able to use the 5000 series processors. Basically the BIOS sets a ...
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How do I read T_SENSOR on Windows?

I Just checked from my BIOS -> Monitoring -> Temperature Sensor, it reads 27C. This is the temp sensor of my water pump. I tried a bunch of different apps, HWMonitor seems to almost do the trick:...
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Is it possible to see system temperature without entering BIOS?

Is it possible to see the system (not CPU) temperature without entering BIOS? I can see my system temperatures whenever I enter my BIOS, and as I can see CPU and GPU temps in 3rd party apps such as ...
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Dell Latitude 5400 i7-8665U Processor Thermal Paste/Temperatures

I purchased a used Dell Latitude 5400 with an i7-8665U processor. With any 'new' laptop that I purchase I always give it a good internal clean, internal blow out, processor fan cleaned, old thermal ...
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Normal running temperature of a FX-8320E

My FX-8320E has small liquid cooling which might be insufficient. The CPU stays at 60+°C even when idle. Is this temperature dangerously high ?
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Minisforum Mini PC - CPU fan starting to become loud

The unit is Minisforum DeskMini HM80, CPU: AMD Ryzen™ 7 4800U , 8 Cores/16 Threads. So the CPU fan is becoming quite loud, depending on the temperature. Measured temperature while in BIOS is 61C. Is ...
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Does the ambient temperature at the time of reading effect the readibility of cds?

While going through a lot of old data CDs (all round about 20 yrs old) I noticed, that the ambient temperature of the CD and the CD-Drive seems to affect the readibility of the CD if both of them are ...
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Laptop shutting down and has CPU temperature spikes

So I have a Predator PH315-51 laptop for 3 years. I usually change the thermal paste, clean it and reinstall windows every 3 months. Yesterday my laptop just shut down while playing a game. Never had ...
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WiFi sensor temperature increases when disabling wifi

For some strange reason, when I disable wifi with the nmcli command nmcli radio wifi off I see an immediate rise in the wifi sensor temperature, from around 30C to more than 60C. Because of this, I ...
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HDD temperature difference between linux and windows

On Windows 11 and Pop OS dual boot laptop (both operating systems installed on ssd and linux /home and data shared between both OS on Seagate ST1000LM048 HDD) HDD operates within 35-38 degree celcius ...
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Processor frequency goes down with load, temperature low, TDP not reached [duplicate]

TL;DR: Xeon E5-2630 does not reach even the TDP, turbo boosts the clock only when idle, reduces when under load and stays cool as cucumber, despite removing all limits except for the built-in thermal ...
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Intel Core-i5 12500H. Is it normal for one P-core to have higher temperatures than the other cores by up to 10 °C?

A few days ago I bought a brand new HP Victus 15 laptop with an Intel Core-i5 12500H processor (4 P-cores and 8 E-cores). During tests for multi-threaded CPU load (I used CinebenchR23) at the same ...
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Replaced old 3-4 year old thermal paste, temp goes up to 90 degrees celcius over time

So i slapped on some new thermal paste, reinstalled cpu cooler (ive got a intel i5 4570) and noticed my idle temp was around 50, when entering games it slowly rises degree by degree over time before ...
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High fan speed when touching the left underside of my laptop

Problem When i touch the left underside of the laptop the fan speed goes up drastically Other than in this situation, the fans almost never spin up (unless i run something like a 3d game or do heavy ...
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TLP vs sysfsutils for limiting machine temperature

Let's say we wish to keep our desktop, which runs Debian stable (with some minor upgrades from snapshots), relatively cool (e.g. because the machine has only passive cooling) by limiting the machine ...
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Is 100 Celsius considered too high for an NVMe during filecopy?

I have a Samsung PM991a NVMe SSD, and during idle it's pretty cool (around room-temperature). However, during filecopy (10ish GB total size), it gets pretty warm (ie. HOT): Is 100 °C considered too ...
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CPU running at 100 degrees is my CPU overclocked?

I bought a pre-built PC a couple of months ago. It's working well, but the fans can get very loud. Because of this, I thought I'd check the temperature using the Predator Sense bloat ware that came ...
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Should the sticker on top of a HDD be peeled?

I have measured the temperature of my new HDD, which is currently lying on the desk, doing backup and waiting for the enclosure to arrive. Temperature-wise, there is a huge difference between an ...
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AMD FX-8350 confusion on heating

My AMD FX-8350, from what I understand, is overheating. The issue is, when I research it, I get conflicting results. It's idling at around 52c-58c, I was able to get it to 48c with the side open and a ...
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Is there any evidence that running PC components at temperatures higher than +80c actually affect the lifespan of said components like CPU or GPU?

Many people say you should keep your computer hardware's temperature below 70-80c by claiming it increases longevity of hardware components. If that is really the case, then why hardware manufacturers ...
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Unable to see CPU temps for new AMD Ryzen 7700x

I have the following problem with a new PC. Linux Mint was installed on a PC (data see code block), but I can not display the CPU temperature in any way. ╭─user@machine03153 ~ ╰─$ sudo inxi -Fxz ...
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CPU overheating even under moderate load, fan/heatsink looks ok and is properly installed

CPU: Intel 7th Generation Core i7-7700T BX80677I77700T with stock cooler Motherboard: Supermicro X11SSZ-QF-O Bench tested the motherboard, CPU and RAM overnight, and it ran memtest86+ all night ...
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Wildly fluctuating CPU package temperatures

I’ve used 3 different apps to monitor the CPU and GPU temperatures on my Windows laptop and I notice that the CPU temperature can be 80C one second and 50C the next, or 60C one second and 90C the next....
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What are the 3 temperatures (composite and sensors) reported by a WD_BLACK SN770 NVMe?

I have a WD_BLACK SN770 SSD NVMe that may be running too hot under load. So to monitor it, I installed Western Digital Dashboard and it reports 3 temperatures: Libre Hardware Monitor reports 3 ...
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How to find the position of a sensor?

I found critical temperatures in my computer using Libre Hardware Monitor. Sensor #3 shows 95°C and sensor #6 83°C. I tried to find out, where these sensors are. But I can not find it in the manual. ...
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What, if anything, should I do about an SSD reporting low temperatures?

Kubuntu's disk monitoring feature has recently (last few weeks) started giving me alerts about an imminent disk failure on my NVMe M.2 SSD (a Crucial P2) at boot. I have been running sudo smartctl -a ...
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My PC restart when playing games, not sure what happen

I have a problem with my PC and I can't figure out what can be wrong. If I am playing games, the PC will restart after 30-40 minutes of gaming. Here's a picture of the temperatures and the voltages ...
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How to correctly get the temperature of any CPU in Linux?

What I need? I am creating a software and I need to obtain the temperature of any CPU (x86_64), either through reading files, executing some api written in C or executing some command with or without ...
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Components Damaged Due to CPU Overheating?

Recently, I have been having odd issues on my computer. Occasionally (maybe 40% of the time) when I start it up from being fully shut down, the right audio channel is completely silent (I have tested ...
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How to convert sensor SPI/I2C output to serial (RS-232)? [closed]

I have a home automation project which requires me to connect small, temperature/GPS sensor boards (normally used in Arduino/Pico project and output to SPI/I2C) to an industrial controller which uses ...
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Do MSI variants of RTX 3060Ti have especially bad temperatures

I recently bought an MSI RTX 3060Ti, it has 2 month warranty left. I am not sure how much is it used. I use 2K monitor 144Hz display. Max temperature on FurMark is 76 and when playing games, the ...
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Can I change thermal shutdown into sleep or disable altogether?

I am having some overheating problems with my DELL XPS 13 9310 up to the point that it shuts down (not so) gracefully (with the "Windows is shutting down" screen) - point is, it doesn't ...
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PC overheating at very low CPU usage

My PC has started overheating really quickly while seemingly maintaining low CPU usage. In idle it usually sits around 50-60°C and maintains a temperature around 70-80°C while doing simple things. ...
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How to set fans to 0% on Clevo NP70PNH laptop

I am using Windows 10 on a Clevo NP70PNH laptop and Clevo center fan speed settings custom minimum speed is 30%. I want to sleep with my computer on, and 30% of the fan noise is too loud for me. I am ...
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Is it a good approximation to say that the CPU temperature increases linearly with the room temperature? (passive heatsink)

I need to use an embedded computer outdoors, and I don't know how the CPU temperature will change according to the outdoor temperature. What would be a good approximation? For example. If my CPU works ...
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Have I fitted my water cooler correctly?

This is my first time water cooling a CPU, so I don't know if the temperatures I'm seeing are bad or reasonable. I've got an AMD Threadripper 3970x with a Corsair iCUE H115i PRO XT. I'm running the ...
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CPU-core temperature rising quickly since switching to Linux

Ever since switching to Linux from windows my fans have been going faster overall, especially when using a lot of RAM. I changed fan-settings and now it seems like my CPU-core temperature rises ...
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