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    Default "Core Temp" - A program for accurate Core, Core 2 and K8 CPU temperature monitoring

    Download Core Temp v1.11

    This program lets you monitor Intel's Core, Xeon, Pentium, Celeron and Atom series, AMD Ryzen, APU, FX, Phenom, Athlon64 and later VIA C7 and Nano chips' die temperature.
    The temperature readings are very accurate as the data is collected from a Digital Thermal Sensor (or DTS) which is located in each individual processing core, near the hottest part.
    For more information click here

    There is also an article posted about Core Temp and a little background on standard thermal sensors - Article
    Please help out Core Temp popularity by Digging it.

    If you find any bugs, please post it in the "Bugs" section ASAP!
    Any suggestions on improvements or ideas are welcome in the "Development" section.
    Note 1: Please read the ReadMe!.txt file for some useful tips.

    Are you a developer yourself and have ideas for new features?
    Click here for information about developing your own plugins for Core Temp.

    What's new:

    Version 1.11 - 4th November, 2017

    *** Core Temp Monitor is now available, a Windows Phone and Android app to monitor your machines from anywhere in the world!
    More information is available here


    - New: Support for AMD EPYC (Naples) processors, Stoney Ridge APUs.
    - New: Multiple processor group support. Fixes detection of CPUs on multi-socket systems with more than a total of 64 threads.
    - New: Support for Intel Coffee Lake, Denverton, Gemini Lake.
    - New: Support for Intel Xeon Phi (untested).

    - Fix: AMD processor or core recognition issues on multiple generations.
    - Fix: Some AMD processors reported incorrect Max temperatures when other hardware monitoring utilities are used.
    - Fix: Power detection on multiprocessor Intel machines.
    - Fix: Correct topology information on high-end, high-core systems.
    - Fix: Check for updates on older operating systems.
    - Fix: Settings window Tab control background when themes are disabled in Windows.
    - Fix: L1 Instruction cache was reported as L1 Unified cache on most processors.
    - Fix: L2 cache was incorrectly reported on newer VIA processors.
    - Fix: Multiple other VIA related improvements and fixes.


    Older versions
    Last edited by The Coolest; 04-11-2017 at 16:19.

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    Hello, I hope that its OK for me to post this here, as this concerns overclocking/temperature monitoring much more than just "Software".
    If you have any recommendations/suggestions/comments please post.

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    Thanks for Coretemp.

    Slightly off topic but for Intel people who have trouble looking for Intels Thermal Analysis Tool (TAT)... here is the link

    http://www.hardware.fr/marc/TAT.exe
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    Thanks.

    Nice of you to post kind of competing program in this thread

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    love this app, will be using it to test temps on a cooler roundup in the next few weeks

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    Cool

    BTW:
    My article which discusses motherboard temperature sensors and DTS has been posted.
    I updated the first post with the article link and a "Digg it" link so to increase Core Temp popularity. so please click on it and digg it:
    http://digg.com/hardware/Dual_Core_C...itor_EACH_core

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    didn't know you worked for overclocker.com, consider it dugg regardless

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    Heh, I don't quite work for them. Just usually the main site I hang at, so I decided to send the article to them.

    Thanks

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    Version 0.94 - 16th November, 2006
    - Fix: Temperature log file not created in EXE folder.
    - Fix: Temperature log file left "Processor" field blank.
    - Add: An actual icon for the EXE/System tray.
    - Add: An option to display temperature in Fahrenheit.
    - Add: An option to start Core Temp minimized.
    - Change: Only list physical processors in CPU selection.
    - Change: Improve Intel CPU detection.
    - Remove: GCPUID button.

    Older versions


    I know that many of you have expected to see a system tray icon that would display CPU temps.
    I'm just way too busy to get any work done lately, I started some course so its work then come home and do homework.
    Next release should have an OSD display if I can get it working quickly enough.
    Hope you like the update, Intel users will get better CPU recognition and Revision detection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Coolest View Post
    Cool

    BTW:
    My article which discusses motherboard temperature sensors and DTS has been posted.
    I updated the first post with the article link and a "Digg it" link so to increase Core Temp popularity. so please click on it and digg it:
    http://digg.com/hardware/Dual_Core_C...itor_EACH_core


    I'd like to know what temperature sensor AI booster and the Asus probe is using, is it using the Super IO chip? It seems CoreTemp and Intels Thermal analysis tool report similar readings. I'm using ASUS P5W DH Deluxe motherboard with Intel Core 2 E6600

    Here's a JPEG of all the applications open on my overclocked system, while running prime95 and Ntunes torture test for the Geforce 8800, while running the Ntune monitor as well.

    http://i10.photobucket.com/albums/a1..._duo_temps.jpg
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    I believe that they both use the Super IO chip.
    Core Temp and TAT do use the same and exact sensor, but I can't figure out why the readings sometimes differ between the two programs.

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    Version 0.95 - 17th March, 2007

    - Fix: Revision F Turion/Turion X2 detected wrong.
    - Fix: Core Temp fully loads one core on a dual core AMD CPU.
    - Fix: Core Temp crashes on Dual Core Opteron 200 series systems.
    - Fix: Core Temp misdetected certain Dual Core Opteron CPUs.
    - Fix: Must set Core Temp to run as Administrator in Vista.
    - Fix: Can't see Core Temp GUI if Core Temp was last closed minimized.
    - Fix: C2D L2 rev. report very low temperatures. (Tjmax to 100C)
    - Fix: Core Temp reported wrong temps after a while. (Driver conflict)
    - Fix: Core Temp reported Max VID on Intel CPUs. (Now shows current)

    - Add: Show temperature in System tray.
    - Add: Manual refresh option by pressing F5 or "File" Menu.
    - Add: Show "Delta to Tjunction" temperature for Core 2 CPUs.
    - Add: Support for latest Intel and AMD CPUs.
    - Add: Minimize/Restore option in system tray icon right click.
    - Add: Save last window position.
    - Add: Prevent 2 instances of Core Temp from launching.

    - Change: Rewritten Intel CPU recognition code.
    - Change: Core 2 Duo codename change to Conroe-2M from Allendale.
    - Change: Pop up bubble-window with temperatures removed.
    - Change: Not Beta status anymore.

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    If anyone is having problems with Core Temp crashing on them, please look at the appropriate thread and post there your problem and system spec. I think this way it will be very effective at getting to the bugs faster.
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    does core temp and/or TAT support Intel Pentium D procs?

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    Version 0.95.4 - 22nd August, 2007
    - Fix: Core Temp causes restarts/BSODs on start.
    - Fix: Core Temp causes hard shutdowns on some AMD systems.
    - Fix: System tray icons are black squares on less than 32bit desktops.
    - Fix: Some other minor bugs fixed.

    - Add: Support new Intel CPUs.

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    Thanks for that

    If i had a newer CPU i'd definitely give it a shot.


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