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HP Z2 Tower G9 Workstation Desktop PC (4Y0H8AV)

Hi everybody,

I´ve just started using a Z2 tower G9 Workstation to perform numerical calculations. It´s expected a high load of work with this machine.

I´m a bit worried about the temperature in the CPU. With a 55% of usage I get these values in the cores:

Temperature 0 92 degC (197 degF) (Package)
Temperature 1 99 degC (210 degF) (P-Cores (Max))
Temperature 2 85 degC (185 degF) (E-Cores (Max))
Temperature 3 56 degC (132 degF) (P-Core #0)
Temperature 4 70 degC (158 degF) (P-Core #1)
Temperature 5 85 degC (185 degF) (P-Core #2)
Temperature 6 92 degC (197 degF) (P-Core #3)
Temperature 7 84 degC (183 degF) (P-Core #4)
Temperature 8 89 degC (192 degF) (P-Core #5)
Temperature 9 87 degC (188 degF) (P-Core #6)
Temperature 10 99 degC (210 degF) (P-Core #7)
Temperature 11 85 degC (185 degF) (E-Core #8)
Temperature 12 85 degC (185 degF) (E-Core #9)
Temperature 13 85 degC (185 degF) (E-Core #10)
Temperature 14 82 degC (179 degF) (E-Core #11)
Temperature 15 79 degC (174 degF) (E-Core #12)
Temperature 16 77 degC (170 degF) (E-Core #13)
Temperature 17 80 degC (176 degF) (E-Core #14)
Temperature 18 80 degC (176 degF) (E-Core #15)

 

Can the system withstand this performance? Any recomendation?

Thanks

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You have not said what  utility you are using to monitor the processor, but it can't be accurate since the processor itself would have shut down due to a thermal event it it were.

 

Most processors have limits at which thermal events cause shutdowns to prevent damage.

 

It would have been great if you had identified the installed processor. I can't look up it's datasheet without it.



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Hi Erico,

My PC has a Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-10900K CPU @ 3.70GHz 3.70 GHz and I used CPUID CPU-Z to monitor the temperatures.

The machine is new so I´m not sure if it could be a malfunction with the fans.

 

Thanks

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You're welcome and Thanks for the information.

 

Your Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-10900K processor has a T junction temperature limit of 100C.

 

The temp that CPUID CPU-Z are showing are likely to be inaccurate if the PC has not shut down due to a thermal event.

 

Have you checked in the BIOS to see what the thermal settings are?

 

I would use the Core Temp utility instead.  Read the Readme.txt when you install it. 

https://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/#google_vignette

CPU-z does not have the greatest reputation for processor temperature accuracy. 

 

 

 



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