Originally Posted by amd-pcmarlow
Originally Posted by KyadCK
Which is why people tend to avoid software-overclocking. Sometimes however, it's unavoidable, like the 900-series MSI boards where you are almost forced to use their software to get any reasonable overclock.
I was advised to get it to monitor temps more acurately, as I was oc'ing in the bios, i wasnt using easy tune to alter anything, it was having a negative effect on my oc so in plain speaking was cancelling my oc and making my system unstable, now im running stock cpu, no easy tune just oc memory until my vrm heatsink comes and i can push it a little
Eh... Package temp in HWmonitor is the temp you want to look at. Aida64's OSD gets it right, I think CoreTemp gets it right, CPU0 in HWiNFO is correct.
"CPU" is socket temp in easy tune I think, which is bad. You want Core temp, not socket, to stay under 62C.