High cpu temp, low voltage

By rage6839 · 6 replies
Jul 3, 2006
  1. Hello everyone, I hope you can provide some answers or at least point me in the right direction. I have 2 software programs running and this is what they are telling me. [​IMG]
    Now besides the high cpu temp and low voltage readings, I get sporadic "windows explorer" crashes. Yet, I'm still able to capture my television shows, burn dvd's, and play madden and tiger woods gold. I thought it might the thermal paste, so I bought some and applied it with no change. The temp stays at 113 or 114 Celsius. If anyone has any suggestions, feel free to share.
  2. eazy_duz_em

    eazy_duz_em TS Rookie Posts: 102

    i really don't see any temp in that screenshot...but it must be a wrong reading by de software
    Look at the temperatures within bios.
  3. rage6839

    rage6839 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Sorry, in the lower right corner, underneath all the bittorrents ;0, there is a red 113 coming from motherboard monitor 5. I tried to checked the bios but there was no cpu readings. Thanks anyway
  4. blue_dragon

    blue_dragon TS Rookie Posts: 190

    to convert to celsius its 114 -32=82
    82/1.8 is about 45C? i dont think that is very high
    check that your temp program is measuring in celcius not farenheit...by the looks of it its speedfan..
  5. rage6839

    rage6839 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    to convert to celsius its 114 -32=82
    It is celsius because when I convert to farenheit(sp), it is about 235
  6. blue_dragon

    blue_dragon TS Rookie Posts: 190

    i dont think its possible

    either your monitoring software has gone wrong or theres something wrong with your motherboard temperatrues..check your bios
    also if it was running over 100C then your system would have shutdown, it be inoperatable
  7. wolfram

    wolfram TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,967   +9

    It CAN`T be over 100ºC. Your PC would shutdown instantly. And the CPU would be dead in less than 1 week :hotbounce :hotbounce
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