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Look at the temperatures in Bios that will give you the most accurate reading.

If the cores in there are ok temperatures your good to go.

Core temperatures are ok in bios. Does it mean faulty sensors for Cputin/Auxtin ?
Can that get an influence on my fan speed ?
post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by eurekastreet View Post
Core temperatures are ok in bios. Does it mean faulty sensors for Cputin/Auxtin ?
Can that get an influence on my fan speed ?
No software based monitors do not influence fan speed unless you change it yourself. If the fans are set to PWM in bios then they will regulate speed with the temperatures.


So yes I think it's a bug.
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Those three sensors (SYSTIN, CPUTIN, AUXTIN) are all motherboard sensors.

On my motherboard, they are marked incorrectly. SYS is actually my CPU temperature, as recorded by a sensor in the CPU socket. It reads, on average, 10 degrees cool than the sensors on the CPU die. The other's are up for debate. Could represent VRM temperature, or chipset temperature. They rise and fall relative to the CPU temperature.


In your case, I would return the motherboard for a replacement. A random temperature sensor reading 90*C makes me uncomfortable. Could be a bad sensor, or it could be something serious just waiting to fail.
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If the core temps are OK I wouldn't worry. You could RMA the chip but your issue shouldn't affect anything. Just be sure to disable thermal-shutdown options in the BIOS so your computer doesn't turn off under load if that temps goes up under load.
 
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