Question laptop APU temperature

uncommonusername

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I have an A-10 series APU on my laptop and when looking at the temperatures in Hwinfo64 it shows two different numbers, can anyone explain these? I could only assume that tctl is the CPU by itself (so that would be the real CPU temp) and tsi is the CPU and graphic temp combined (so subtracting tctl from tsi = the real gpu temp??). Also are these temps too high?

 

Zephyl

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The CPU temperature is from a sensor in the CPU socket of the mainboard, the package temp is from a sensor in the CPU's core itself. And yes, those temps are pretty toasty. Might want to work on getting those cooled better.
 

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