Question about FMI CPU Sensor Alarm Temperature Monitoring Device
The better the cooling you can add to the processor the cooler and better your cpu will be. the 140mm fan is a case fan, yes?
you will need to upgrade your cpu fan and heatsink.
CPUs on 45nm core are overall cooler than their predecessors on Core micro-architecture. However, the temperature different under 100% workload makes only 4-5 degrees. The thing is that Wolfdale processor core is smaller and features higher transistor density within a semiconductor die, which makes it a little harder for the heat flow to dissipate properly. That is why Wolfdale and Conroe heat up almost identically in idle mode. As for the relatively low temperature of AMD Athlon 64 X2 6400+, with twice as high TDP as that of Core 2 Duo actually, it can be explained by the not very best location of the on-die thermal sensor that is situated quite far from the hottest spots of the processor’s semiconductor die.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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