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Discussion in 'RealTemp' started by buttery_silk, Jul 30, 2013.

  1. buttery_silk New Member

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    Dell Inspiron R N5110
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    MS Windows 7 Home Basic 64-bit SP1
    CPU Intel Sandy Bridge @ 2.10GHz
    RAM 3.0GB


    The image - Is it good or bad
    Pls explain?
    I don't understand Real Temp. Pls help me... Thanks a load...
     
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    Temperature is the current temperature

    Distance to TJmax is how much higher you can go before your CPU throttles

    Minimum is the lowest the temperature has gone since you opened the program, maximum is the highest

    The temperatures in your picture are average-low for a laptop CPU
     
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    You say average-low, so could you pls explain whether it is good or bad? Generally people say the higher Distance to TJmax the better, so mine is not good?:shadedshu What is that core 0 and core 1?? Pls be little bit more specific, thank u...:)
     
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    Temps are fine.

    Core 0 and core 1 are the cores inside your CPU.
     

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