In da Silva et al. (2005) is presented the detailed spectroscopic analysis of 60 evolved stars, which were previously studied for accurate radial velocity variations (Setiawan et al. 2003). The observations were made with FEROS and the 1.52m ESO telescope of La Silla, partially in the ESO-Observatório Nacional (Brazil) agreement. The main goal of this study is to determine precise atmospheric fundamental data (Teff, log g, [Fe/H] and micro-turbulence velocity) to derive ages and masses of the stars, trying to link them to the detected radial velocity variabilities. Here, due the short space at our disposal, we discuss only the effective temperature determination, comparing the values obtained from the excitation equilibrium of FeI and from (V-K) index with those from (B-V).