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Hi all,sorry for my bad english; in full load programs like core temp and cpu from HWMonitor detect a temperature of 60-62 °C, but the sofwtare of ai suite 2 of Asus detect at a maximum of 46 degrees, the problem is that this software also adjusts the fan speed of the CPU and if it detects a wrong temperature the cpu is at risk to overheat and be damaged too, I have updated bios and software to suite but the problem remains, apparently the bios read the average cpu temperature and the ai suite read the cputin sensor, do you which sensor read the bios?

P.S. i have an asus p8z77-v lx and a i5 3450 (ivy bridge) cpu
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Frankly, the ASUS AI Suite isn't very good. Just go into BIOS and use the "CPU Q_Fan Controller" option.
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Frankly, the ASUS AI Suite isn't very good. Just go into BIOS and use the "CPU Q_Fan Controller" option.
ok but wich senosr read the bios?the cputin or the middle temperature of cores?
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Die temp is measured by a sensor and measures the difference between Tjmax, 105C for your CPU and its reading yielding the temp read-out. The TDP is 77W, found on main page. Now see Datasheet Volume 1 -- Recommended Intel CPU voltage goes from .25 to 1.52V, pages 77-79. Other important voltages are on pages 84-86. And they said the Tcase, the mid point on the top of the IHS is a max of 67.4°C So they figure if Tcase is 67.4 then the die at 105C. With air cooling I'd not go over the Intel recommended voltages by more that 10% and I take NO responsibility if you fry you CPU.
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