Question about Intel Core I3 2130 / 3.4 Ghz Processor

3-2130 always working on 80 degrees

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Try reseating the CPU heatsink/fan with some fresh thermal paste like this:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835100007

Posted on Aug 12, 2012

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A Celsius degree is larger than a Fahrenheit degree by 80%. But, Celsius sets its zero point at the freezing point of water, which is 32 degrees Fahrenheit. So The conversion always includes adding 32 when going from Celsius to Fahrenheit and subtracting 32 when going the other direction. So the two formulas are as follows: Degrees F = Degrees C times 1.8 plus 32.

Degrees Celsius = (Degrees F minus 32) times 0.5556

Now, keeping it straight as to when to add or subtract 32 is also easy. Always do it while in degrees F. So, if you are going from degrees F to Celsius, subtract that 32 first because you are sill in F sized degrees. Conversely, when going from degrees C to F, wait until you've done the multiplication to convert your degrees to F, and then add the 32. Those 32 degrees in the differential are F degrees, not C degrees.

Finally, it may be easier to remember just the 1.8 or 180% instead of that 0.5556. That's ok. Just whip out your calculator and divide 1 by 1.8, which in math is called taking the reciprocal.

Degrees Celsius = (Degrees F minus 32) times 0.5556

Now, keeping it straight as to when to add or subtract 32 is also easy. Always do it while in degrees F. So, if you are going from degrees F to Celsius, subtract that 32 first because you are sill in F sized degrees. Conversely, when going from degrees C to F, wait until you've done the multiplication to convert your degrees to F, and then add the 32. Those 32 degrees in the differential are F degrees, not C degrees.

Finally, it may be easier to remember just the 1.8 or 180% instead of that 0.5556. That's ok. Just whip out your calculator and divide 1 by 1.8, which in math is called taking the reciprocal.

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What's the question?

Do you want 80 degrees F converted to some other scale?

80 degrees F is about 26.7 degrees C, 539.67 degrees Rankine, or about 299.8 Kelvin. (Not "degrees Kelvin," just "Kelvin.")

Do you want 80 degrees F converted to some other scale?

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