Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by BGBG, Feb 13, 2018.
I notice when running the temperature at fan outlet reads 95 degrees. Is this too much?
What really matters is the CPU temp. Download Speccy to get a reading of your CPU temp.
For different manufacturers, the normal CPU temperature may be different: Intel - the temperature lies in the range from 60 to 70 degrees. If the processor is not loaded then its temperature should be about 35 degrees
Installed the Speccy but not sure how to use it to find CPU temp.
Run it. It is self explanatory , the temps will be clearly shown.
Convert temps to Fahrenheit by putting it in here
I am looking on Windows 7 laptop and using version 1.31.732 64 bit. Motherboard does not seem to show a temperature but the Graphics and Storage do.
I installed it on the XP laptop also but did not check it recently and will now do so.
Same version on XP but 32 bit shows temperature in Storage but not Motherboard or Graphics. I am unsure which temperature I am looking for and where to find it. Trying.
Click on Summary. (We don't need to see 3 screenshots). Then go back and read post #2 above.
So you want to click on CPU and see if any temp is listed. Mine doesn't show a temp reading.
If the temps are yellow, you are okay; if the temps are in red, then you have a problem.
Thank you. I shall try that.
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