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Old 02-02-2007, 11:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Right basically ive always wondered why Everest ultimate lists 3 seperate cpu's? as you can see its got cpu then cpu 1 and 2, now i know what cpu 1 and 2 are, but whats the first cpu for? and why is it higher than both the other 2? i thought maybe that was an "average" of both cores maybe?
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I think it's the die temperature.
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Yea it's the die temp, basically the average as you thought.
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Old 02-03-2007, 05:09 PM   #4 (permalink)
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die temp? never heard of that, but you say its basically the average like i thought so thats cool!

P.s incase anyone comments on my temps, that was AFTER about 2 hours of online gaming on Battlefield 2142
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Your temps are not bad. After a load and then restarting (using the BIOS temp monitor), my PC was at 39 degrees. If I shut it off at night, and turn it on at morning, it's at 28 degrees.
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