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The strange thing is that when it comes to CPU Core temperatures, HWMonitor shows 0 degrees C (32 F).
Why does it show 0 degrees Celsius?
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The strange thing is that when it comes to CPU Core temperatures, HWMonitor shows 0 degrees C (32 F).
Why does it show 0 degrees Celsius?

that's normal. all amd chips that unlock will not register core temps. core temps are always lower than cpu temp. when cpu temp is in the safe zone, then the cores are safe as well.
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So during the stress test I didn't know the exact CPU temp except for the TMPIN1.
I restarted to enter the BIOS and check from there and I saw CPU temperature 32C.
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So during the stress test I didn't know the exact CPU temp except for the TMPIN1.
I restarted to enter the BIOS and check from there and I saw CPU temperature 32C.

could you post a pic like this . . .

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could you post a pic like this . . .

This is what I got
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so, what is TMPIN0 and TMPIN1? which one is closer to cpu?
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so, what is TMPIN0 and TMPIN1?

I wish I knew. There are so many different guesses and opinions, that the more I search the more confused I get.

rdr09 doesn't have these indications in his screenshot.

Here's another one with HWinfo
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so, what is TMPIN0 and TMPIN1? which one is closer to cpu?

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I wish I knew. There are so many different guesses and opinions, that the more I search the more confused I get.

rdr09 doesn't have these indications in his screenshot.

Here's another one with HWinfo

to be on the safe side, go with hwinfo32 or 64, which labels the cpu clearly. another way is to compare these two apps with another like Speedfan. anyway, i would guess using hwmonitor that your cpu temp maxes out at 45 at stock. so, you have room to oc. try 3.4, 3.6, 3.8 or even 4GHz. see if your cooler can handle it. for vcore, do not exceed 1.475V. i benched mine all the way to 1.6v.

start by raising just the multiplier and see how far stock volts will take you. BTW, at stock unlocked you can undervolt your chip to 1.16v and see your load temp go down to 38 - 40 C at load.wink.gif



and chel, not sure what gpu you have but my 6870 and my zosma as a quad at 4.0GHz played c3 at medium settings.
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Sounds like you have smart fan enabled in bios or whatever ASUS's equivalent is. Fans won't spin up till it gets to a certain temp.
I have an asrock board that the lowest smart fan target is 40 C which annoys me

That is an issue with mine but isnt affecting idle temps as i usually override them with speedfan to 100%. The problem is with that automatic fan control even when my cpus at like 57c its only at 440rpm(max is 13000rpm) sucks when you forget about it and looks at the temps and they 60c + lol . But even now fans overrided to 100% with ambient temp of only 8c and its idling at 32c, id more expect low 20's. Will be rebuilding this pc soon so ill reapply thermal paste, see if that was the issue.
    
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It'll almost always be tmpin1 that is the CPU socket and the temperature you want to be most concerned with. It's also rather easy to see by turning on a stress test and see which temperature begins to climb.
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