Realtemp & Coretemp – Two Windows 7 CPU Temperature Monitoring Solutions

Mostly overclockers are worried about their CPU temperature. However, on hot summer days it can happen that your CPU temperature is reaching it’s limit even if you don’t overclock at all. Overclockers usually use big fans, a small wind tunnel or a water cooling system to lower the temperature of their CPU. I suppose, you don’t have all that stuff, that’s why it would be wise to install a CPU temperature monitoring tool.


Here are two of the best CPU temperature monitoring solutions for Windows 7.

1. RealTemp (Intel only)

Realtemp

Realtemp

Download Realtemp

2. Coretemp (supports AMD + Intel)

Coretemp

Coretemp

Download Coretemp

Alternatively, you can always look up your CPU temperature in your BIOS.

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2 Responses to Realtemp & Coretemp – Two Windows 7 CPU Temperature Monitoring Solutions

  1. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    Paul said:

    What does the distance to “TJ Max” have to do with the CPU temperature?

  2. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    Nate said:

    I am guessing it is the number of degrees you have to add to the temp of your CPU before the machine shuts down? Or it is for the shopper in your life to know how far she has to drive to get to a good clothing discount store…?

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