Jump to content

Real Temp - v3.7.0.0 & v3.7.5.0


Recommended Posts

Real Temp



Real Temp is an application created to monitor your Processor's temperature.

Each core on these processors has a digital thermal sensor (DTS) that reports

temperature data relative to TjMax which is the safe maximum operating core

temperature for the CPU.

As your CPU heats up, your Distance to TjMax will decrease. If it reaches zero

your processor will start to throttle or slow down so maximizing your distance

away from TjMax will help your computer run at full speed and more reliably too.

Here are some key features of "Real Temp":

· Reads temperature information from all Intel Core based processors.

· Ability to individually calibrate Real Temp for each core of your CPU.

· Program is based on temperature data gathered using a Fluke 62 IR Thermometer.

· Test Sensors feature will check your DTS sensors for any sign of problems.

· Keeps track of Minimum and Maximum temperatures with full logging features.

· Reporting and logging of the Intel PROCHOT# thermal throttle activity bit.

· Quick, very accurate and repeatable benchmark.

· Displays MHz, TjMax, VID, CPUID, APIC ID and Calibration settings.

· No installation or registry modifications required.

Changelog:•Support for Sandy Bridge CPUs. •VID based power consumption estimates for the newer CPUs. •Improved log file formatting. •Added a single system tray icon that reports the maximum core temperature. •RealTemp GT updated for the 6 core Sandy Bridge E CPUs. •i7 Turbo GT 1.30 multiplier monitoring tool.


Addon Release Date: April 25, 2012

Shortcut created in: Control Panel

Uninstallable: Yes

Credit: *Reaper*


Download x64

Size - 176 kb

MD5 - 6c017bafa605949774949d65b1ead5b4

Download x86

Size - 176 kb

MD5 - 5f2ebcc5c3516a837930cf43079d3e93

BELOW is the Tech/Inferno Edition Of RealTemp


The Tech\Inferno version includes the following new features:1) CPU Package temperature reporting.The newer Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge CPUs contain information about the CPU Package temperature which is equivalent to the hottest core temperature.  Monitoring this one value makes it easy to see the overall temperature of your CPU.  Previous generation CPUs that do not have this information within the CPU will display the Maximum core temperature in the fifth data column.2) Adjustable Turbo Power and Turbo Time Limits.Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge CPUs also contain adjustable Turbo Power Limits.  If the turbo power register is left unlocked by your bios, you will be able to adjust these values including the amount of time your CPU can use the higher turbo power limit.  Right click on a temperature icon in the system tray - notification area to access the Power Limits window.3) CState residency reporting.This new feature for the Core i CPUs uses high performance timers within the CPU to determine the percentage of time your CPU cores are spending in the deeper sleep states like C3/C6/C7.  It also shows you the percentage of time the overall CPU Package is spending in these sleep states.  Eliminating background tasks and maximizing the percentage of time your CPU spends in these sleep states is a good way to increase battery run time.4) VID and VID based power consumption monitoring.These two features have been added for the latest Ivy Bridge CPUs.5) Finer Clock Modulation control.The Clock Modulation feature can now be adjusted in smaller steps of 6.25% for the newer CPUs.  Many modern laptops have inadequate cooling so this feature is a simple way to limit the maximum speed of your processor as well as its heat output.Known Bugs:RealTemp is not compatible with the Windows 7 and Windows 8 Notification Area Icons feature that allows you to hide some Notification Area icons.  To reliably see the RealTemp temperature icons, go into the Control Panel - Notification Area Icons and make sure this is checked:Always show all icons and notifications on the taskbar
Download x64

Size - 134 kb

MD5 - bc71407ffd2f60272564c7c829e22861

Download x86

Size - 134 kb

MD5 - e591455f0e4616c556f26b14a8725483


Edited by *Reaper*
Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 3 years later...
  • 1 year later...

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Reply to this topic...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.


  • Create New...