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hey guys i was curious as top why my bios, or monitoring software has my cpu temp up sometimes 10 degrees C higher than what my Aerogate 2 Display reads (sensor is wedged in between Zalman 9500Cu-LED heatpipes inside the block itsself)
any info you could give would be great

thanks
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The Temp probe you have used wont be all that accurate as its not sitting in the Core of the CPU. As its on the heatsink it will only detect the heat from the actuall heatsink while heat is disapating. It wont get the correct reading.
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I'm getting the strangest sense of Deja Vu...

I could have sworn that I saw this post earlier and that it had responses...something about temp diodes and proximity...

oh well, I must be going wacky...

ENTERPRISE1701 is correct.
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Your BIOS will show your Core temps at roughly 80% Load...Thought i might just add that.
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I'm getting the strangest sense of Deja Vu...

I could have sworn that I saw this post earlier and that it had responses...something about temp diodes and proximity...

oh well, I must be going wacky...

ENTERPRISE1701 is correct.
no, you're not crazy: http://www.overclock.net/intel-mothe...eem-wrong.html
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