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What makes Core Temp unique is the way it works. It is capable of displaying a temperature of each individual core of each processor in your system. You can see real-time temperature fluctuations with different workloads. Core Temp is also motherboard independent. Core Temp makes it easy for you to control the temperature of any modern x86-based processor. The program is compatible with processors from all three major manufacturers; Intel, AMD and VIA.

What processors does Core Temp support?

Core Temp is compatible with most modern processors from Intel, AMD, and VIA. All Intel Core, Atom, Celeron, Pentium and Xeon series. AMD Ryzen, Epyc, FX, APU, Athlon, Turion, Sempron and Opteron as well. VIA Nano and C7 series.

How does Core Temp work?

Core Temp reads information directly from the DTS or digital thermal sensor on each core, allowing for virtually no lag and very accurate readings.

What makes Core Temp stand out?

Core Temp’s ability to display every core temperature within the processor package is what sets this program apart from other system monitoring and information applications.

Core Temp also provides a platform for plugins, which allows developers to add new features and extend their functionality. You can find our plug-ins and add-ons here. If you are a developer and are interested in creating your own addition, check out the developer’s page.

Intel processors from the “Core” series to the new Core i7, including all derivatives. AMD processors starting from the first series of Athlon64 and Opteron processors, all new APUs from Phenom and AMD are supported. VIA processors from the C7 generation of CPUs, including all derivatives based on the C7 architecture. All Nano-based processors are also supported.

Temperature readings are very accurate, as data is collected directly from a digital thermal sensor (or DTS) located in each individual processing core*, near the hottest part. This sensor is digital, meaning it doesn’t rely on an external circuit located on the motherboard to report temperature, its value is stored in a special register on the processor so the software can access and read it. This eliminates any inaccuracies that can be introduced by the external circuits and sensors of the motherboard.

AMD Supported Processors

All Ryzen/Epyc series. All FX series. All APU series. All Phenom / Phenom II series. All Athlon II series. All Turion II series. All Athlon64 series. All Athlon64 X2 series. All Athlon64 FX series. All

  • Turion64
  • series. All

  • Turion64 X2
  • series.

  • All
  • Sempron series. (Based on K8 and above)
  • All Opteron processors.
  • Single-core opterons from revision SH-C0 and above. (based on K8)

Intel

All Core i3, i5, i7, i9 series. All Atom processors. All Core Solo series. All Core Duo series. All Core 2 Duo series. All Core 2 Quad series. All

  • Core 2 Extreme
  • series. All

  • Celeron-M 400 and 500
  • series.

  • All
  • Celeron series. All
  • Pentium
  • series.

  • All Xeon processors (core-based)

VIA

  • All Nano series
  • .

  • C7 Series and derivatives.

What’s

New New: Support for AMD Zen 4, Zen 3 APU and Zen

  • 2 APU
  • New:

  • Support for Intel Raptor Lake and Alder Lake New
  • :

  • TDP, TjMax, multiplier range detection on AMD desktop Zen platforms
  • Fix: Fix

  • kernel-mode driver vulnerability/exploitation
  • issues Fix: Redesign Bclk detection in

  • all AMD platforms starting with Phenom series Fix: Workaround to Bclk detection issues
  • in Intel Skylake and newer series Fix:

  • Bclk detection on older Intel platforms, using x2Apic configuration
  • Fix:

  • Thread count in Intel hybrid architectures (Raptor/Alder Lake
  • ) Fix: Improve compatibility with multiple older AMD

  • and Intel
  • processors Fix:

  • Base multiplier detection
  • on AMD Zen processors Fix:

  • Incorrect temperature on AMD Zen processors (-49C offset is missing)
  • Fix:

  • Engineering Sample recognition on newer Intel processors
  • Fix
  • :

  • Changing several minor bugs
  • : Windows Vista 64-bit is no longer supported.

Previous Release Notes

Fix: Crash on

  • some AMD Opteron/FX/A-series APUs (Bulldozer-based)
  • Fix:

  • Crash on older versions of Windows
  • New: Support for AMD Zen

  • 3 and Zen 2 APUs
  • New: Intel Rocket Lake support New:

  • Alder
  • Lake Preview Support

  • New
  • :

  • Very preliminary support for Meteor Lake
  • Fix: “

  • CPU not supported” message when only some cores have HT enabled
  • Fix:

  • Epyc Rome/Threadripper 3rd generation Platform detection
  • Fix: Gemini Lake Platform Detection Fix:

  • Whiskey Lake codename
  • Fix: Incorrect VID reports on some Celeron/Pentium processors Fix: Crash on

  • Intel Banias (Pentium/Celeron M)
  • based processors Fix:

  • turbo multiplier in Nehalem/Westmere
  • Fix:

  • Errors related to response to DPI changes Fix
  • :

  • VID reports on some
  • AMD Athlon64 processors

  • Change: Improve the accuracy of information about unsupported
  • Intel CPUs New: Support for

  • 10th Gen Intel CPUs (Cannon/Ice/Comet Lake)
  • New:

  • Power Read Pack for AMD Zen-based CPUs
  • New: Very early support for Intel

  • Tigerlake
  • New: AMD

  • Renoir preview support
  • New:

  • AMD Picasso
  • detection

  • New: Intel Lakefield detection
  • Fix:

  • System crashes during ATI SMBus dump in AIDA64 Fix
  • : Crash when screen changes DPI Fix:

  • Crash when opening Settings dialog box
  • Fix:

  • Main window incorrectly resized when display
  • changes

  • DPI Fix: High CPU usage
  • on unsupported Intel CPUs Change:

  • Expand available information
  • on unsupported Intel CPUs Change:

  • Improve version detection on supported Intel CPUs Change: Frequency detection
  • changes for Nahelem/Westmere to be consistent with newer Intel CPUs

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