Core Temp

Monitor processor temperature and automatically prevent overheating"
A review by John

Who hasn’t had their computer get inexplicably hot sometimes? While power users might subject their terminals to performance-heavy tasks on the regular, others get the same issue while not doing much at all. It is hard to pinpoint on your own what exactly could be the source of the overheating, and this is why you need a program that can diagnose and fix those issues for you before something bad happens as a result of the heat.

A simple solution that doesn’t use many resources from your already overworked system is CoreTemp, a piece of software designed specifically to track the performance rates and temperature of each of your processor’s cores. The CPU is, put simply, the brain of your computer, while the cores are basically the neurons making all the thinking and task processing happen in real time.

With this product installed, you can get instantly notified when your CPU starts to heat up, including details of which cores are performing beyond their limits and concrete actions to fix the problem. It only works on Windows machines running on x86 processors.

Core Temp is licensed as freeware for PC or laptop with Windows 32 bit and 64 bit operating system. It is in system info category and is available to all software users as a free download.

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Arthur Liberman
Last Updated On
September 19, 2018
Runs on
Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista / XP
Total downloads
File size
1,19 MB

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