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    hey hello, can anybody help me please. I bought a new Laptop with i5 2.53Ghz , and right now is the first time i use it for encoding video. Im running RipBot to convert a file, and i was concerned about the cpu temp. i have 2 programs that give me cpu temp, one is coreTemp and speedfan, and both give me diferent temperatures,
    coretemp: 71(in red numbers) and 68 (in blue)
    speed fan: 51, 50 ,49 ,49 ( each one for a core)

    the thing here is that maybe speedfan thinks i have 4 cores becouse of the virtualizacion in i5 , so it displays 4 cores, and coretemp just gives me 2 core temperatures.

    my question: which one should i listen to? and what about the temperatures are they ok?
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    thanks a lot man, it seems that the bad one was speedfan, maybe it is not compatible with my CPU. The temperature given by CoreTemp and RealTemp are the same, so conclude those are REAL temps (:, though i like more the GUI on Real temp.

    thank you man
    SALUDOS from MEXICO
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