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I'm kind of new to pc so I'm not sure what is the normal standard to these thing. Also, which software allows me to check the temp and the usage of each parts without going to the bios?
 

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Normal standard - is far too wide a question
CPU`s for instance run at vastly varying temps
as do graphic cards

A simple search on the manufacturers site will reveal temps expected.
Check of temps can be made - apart from such as BIOS or the motherboard monitoring which many have as do graphics by using one of the third party apps
of which there are many
https://www.google.co.uk/search?sou...2i30j0i22i10i30j0i13i30j0i8i13i30.SmdI4uMiFhs

always best to compare results.
Most reliable are the manufacturers monitoring programs
 
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Not sure what normal is but I check my temperatures with this free version.
I know what the numbers are showing so I watch for any large deviation but temps always close to the daily range.
Never had an issue,
https://www.ccleaner.com/speccy

I don't use ccleaner but the speccy is the little thing that I am recommending.
 

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If you are interested in temps and voltages, most motherboard mfg have monitoring software available on the support page for that particular board. This is going to give you much better data than a third party program. Asus, Gigabyte, and Asrock all have this option.
If you are inquiring about a big box system ie dell, hp, etc, your options are much more limited. If you have an intel system, the intel extreme tuning utility has monitoring capability.

Unless you are attempting to overclock and or game, you really do not have to worry too much about temps. It is only when you stress a system that you really need to worry about temps and or voltages [unless you are having some problem]
 

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An actual reply, rather than simply marking your topic solved, is appreciated.
 

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An actual reply, rather than simply marking your topic solved, is appreciated.
First off, sorry for the late reply.
I want to apologies for not replying you guys. I'm not really familiar with the rules of this forum and I usually will reply but I was feeling lazy that day, so I hope my rudeness doesn't offend any of you guys. I didn't do it intentionally, I will definitely remember that and I will never do it again. It won't do me any good to upset you guys since this is the best forum for pc noobs like me and I'm not saying this to kiss you guys' butts.
 
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