Purchase or Last Upgrade Date
Dec 31, 1969
Estimated Value ($)
$650$
Form factor
Generic Laptop
Brand & Model
HP G4
Installed OS
Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
CPU (Processor)
AMD A8 Quad(4) Core Processor [Trinity 32nm Technology]
RAM (Memory)
6 GB DDR3 Memory
GPU (Graphics)
Inbuilt Graphics
Motherboard
Hewlett-Packard 184A
Storage
PNY CS1311 240GB Internal SSD
Hitachi 500 GB 5400 RPM HDD Enclosed With Transcend 25S3 2.5" Casing
Case
HP G6 2201AX
PSU (Power Supply)
Laptop Power Adapter
Monitor (Display)
External Display with 22 inch LG IPS Monitor
Keyboard and Mouse
Circle ADROIT X 7C Backlight Keyboard,
REDRAGON 2400 DPI Wireless Mouse [Model:M610],
RAZER Goliathus Gaming Mouse Pad Small [Control Edition]
Notes
SENNHEISER HD 201 Headphone
DLink DIR 600M Wireless Router
JioFi2
My computer protection
https://malwaretips.com/threads/purshu_pro-2017-software-configuration-2-pc.69425/

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Try "HW Monitor" in the above link^^

PS:I have just downloaded a new version of Core Temp and now my anti virus software has flagged it as containing a virus or trojan!
Core Temp does not contain a trojan. Core Temp contains 2 driver binaries (32bit and 64bit) as part of the executable, Core Temp extracts the drivers and starts them at run time, as discussed above. This may bring up a red flag in some antivirus scanners triggering them to believe that Core Temp contains a virus or trojan code.
Usually AV companies patch this kind of thing up very quickly and the warning goes away after an update.


http://www.alcpu.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=892
Thanks I have downloaded and some how managed to run it. I can see these results in core temp and speccy shows this way , what to believe?
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You may be ok, look into other tools as some have suggested. I had a brand new HP for a week, with AMD A10, and on idle it would register 92c.. Come to find that Speccy would not read the core temps correctly from that chip, and in general does not play well with certain motherboards when it comes to reading..

Does the system feel hot to you, the air coming out of the vent, does it burn your hand when you place your hand on the vent.. When is the last time you took compressed air and gave it a squirt?
 

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I guess my system I running well, speccy is giving false answers, core temp and speed fan are showing identical results. That is
55 degree c. correct me if i'm wrong, so that is the temp of my cpu right?
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Does the system feel hot to you, the air coming out of the vent, does it burn your hand when you place your hand on the vent.. When is the last time you took compressed air and gave it a squirt?
Not all time, just say 4 min in a day would be the right answer or any high end application is running. Currently cool breeze is flowing from the vent, its just warm when I type near the mouse track pad( that's where the processor held), I haven't blown any compressed air since last 10 months.
 

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Could be a faulty component? Have you still got warranty on the device? Try a cooling pad.
No its not faulty , if it was my HP system diagnose would have detected that. Found that Speccy is showing wrong readings when compared to other programs that I have been asked to test with.
 
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Not all time, just say 4 min in a day would be the right answer or any high end application is running. Currently cool breeze is flowing from the vent, its just warm when I type near the mouse track pad( that's where the processor held), I haven't blown any compressed air since last 10 months.
I would say by the other two program readings you are fine. AMD tend to run a little warm depending, but SHOULD NOT be 102c ;) Those temps look about right for your processor on the other two readings, as they will fluctuate..
 

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exactly.. Speccy has as i mentioned above, a problem with reading certain processors and motherboards.
Not just speccy I tried HW monitor, it also displayed the same way. I tested with another one, Open Hardware Monitor, it matched core temp and speed fan
 
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Not just speccy I tried HW monitor, it also displayed the same way. I tested with another one, Open Hardware Monitor, it matched core temp and speed fan
It has something to do with the chip in the processor giving false readings with certain programs.. If your exhaust from your processor does not feel like you could cook and egg with it, you are probably experiencing false readings from speccy and HW. One sure way to know this is, your system once so hot, will shut down by itself, a safety measure. If it has not been doing this, then i doubt you were running at 102c
 
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