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High there my problem is i have core 2 duo E6850@3.0Ghz.
Well,problem is when i use core temp each core is showing a very different temperature.(1 core is always higher than the other core).
At idle 1st core is 30-31 while the other is 34-35.
At,load 1st core is 48-50 while the other is 54-56.Can i know wat is wrong.??!!!

Some of solution u shouldn't tell for i know and tried.
1.Reset and reapply thermal paste...well done tat many time(4x) and everytime it's the exactly same problem.....And everytime i take OUT the heatsink ..i CAN SEE THE PATTERN OF THERMAL PASTE SPREAD IS FULLY COVERING THE CPU....it's perfect actually..
2.Not only core temp all other software is REPORTING TEMPERATURE thatwise
3.Sensors malfunction..i see no reason since i never spill or over apply my thermal paste or run my temperature very high.


After all,,i used my core 2 duo E4600...tat cpu doen't have this problem.....So,cpu is problematic...well E6850 it runs very stable under prime 95 and Intel burnin test(maximum) and passmark is always higher.......

sO,WAT COULD BE THE PROBLEM....Should i reinstall windows...clean cpu contact(dangerous rite!!)...or try intel stock heatsink or...or.....wat should i do...help pls!!!
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too much thermalpaste perhaps?
will hold temps from transferring.

I would say that it couldve moved but since you have reapplied many times not sure.

Next you could try switching thermlpaste. not all are made equal.
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