[SOLVED] CPUID HWMonitor temps ok? no idea how to read this.

Feb 28, 2019
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No idea how to read this the monitor it has the Temps at the top TMPIN0 and so on are the TMP the temps for my cpu? I should be looking at?, the it shows my cpu temps under the intel 9900k tab again.

Are my temps ok and which ones should I be looking at?

My cpu is i9 9900k

thanks for any help

 
You're looking at the bottom section under "Temperatures"
The package temperature is usually the highest core temp or the die.

The Core#X are your individual core temperatures. The 3 columns are:
  • Value (current recorded value)
  • Min (minimum temperature recorded since HWMonitor started)
  • Max (maximum temperature recorded since HWMonitor started)
I'm going to assume the temps above are whilst idle / low load. 30-35 degrees is very cool. No issues at all.
Then under load you will want to keep them below 80 degrees effectively.

But based on the image above, no issues with temperatures at all.
 
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Feb 28, 2019
28
2
35
0
You're looking at the bottom section under "Temperatures"
The package temperature is usually the highest core temp or the die.

The Core#X are your individual core temperatures. The 3 columns are:
  • Value (current recorded value)
  • Min (minimum temperature recorded since HWMonitor started)
  • Max (maximum temperature recorded since HWMonitor started)
I'm going to assume the temps above are whilst idle / low load. 30-35 degrees is very cool. No issues at all.
Then under load you will want to keep them below 80 degrees effectively.

But based on the image above, no issues with temperatures at all.

Thank you sir, greatly appreciated
 

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