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CPU temperatures (Core i5-2500K)


charlie2005
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"CPU" temperature reflects the surface temperature of your processor, measured by the onboard sensor chip built onto your motherboard.

Your processor itself has quite a few temperature diodes integrated onto certain parts of the CPU die. "CPU Package" reflects the average inside temperature of your processor, "CPU IA Cores" is the average temperature of the processing cores (classic CPU cores) part, "CPU GT Cores" is the temperature of the HD Graphics IGP (integrated GPU of your processor), while the "CPU #1 / Core #n" temperatures are the per-core temperatures.

I hope this helps ;)

Regards,

Fiery

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