| I have a stock fan CPU (never changed). My PC is now 4 – 5 years old. This is my first CPU serious problem. My cores temperatures are getting very high. My CPU is Intel 2 Core 2 Q6600 2.40 MHz. I‘m used OCCT monitoring. For example: |
When I get some Window and twisted on the screen I see how the temperature goes up very quickly:
CPU-TIN – Value 49C; Min – 55C; Max -65C
1. Core# 0 – Value 59C; Min – 55C; Max – 74C (with games - 100C up and leave out to the desk)
2. Core# 1 – Value 59C; Min – 55C; Max – 73C
3 .Core# 2 – Value 51C; Min - 47C; Max-70C
4. Core# 3 – Value 55C; Min - 50C; Max – 61C
When I twisted the KM player with HD movie the temperature increased to:
CPU-TIN: Max -70C
1. Core: Max - 82C
2. Core: Max - 82C
3. Core: Max - 77C
4. Core: Max - 79C
When all process stops back to those values. The temperatures aren’t so stable. May be I have a broken cores? Just I don’t know! It’s strange, because the temperatures can’t slow down or support the normal temperatures when is something process work (like games). The CPU fan is 2009 RPM. Sys fan is 1361 RPM. Even I increased to fan max, noting change. And now, I don’t use OC on GPU and CPU. Before I used only with the video card. Before I’m had the problems with the nVidia’s driver issue. Now, I’m with the new - 269.10 drivers, its fine. Motherboard - Asus P5K. BIOS - 0704 ver. (never update). I won’t touch it, because I don’t want to make some mistake.
Sorry for my English.