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Try using the latest version of CoreTemp, which I believe is 0.96.1. See what your results are then. I know that I had a ridiculous temperature on my E2140 with one version of CoreTemp, but the later version was much more in line.

Core Temp 0.96.1 is off by 15C it only show Tj. Max of 85C and not 100C

here the temp with 0.96.1 The last two is @ 3.4GHz with 0.96.1



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OK, as stated, there are 2 versions of coretemp that just came out recently. On has the tjmax at 100C while the other has it at 85C. Since the 0.96 version is 100C, it basically scales the entire range up by 15C. The newer version, 0.96.1, goes back to 85C and hence drops the temps back down by 15C.

I have yet to get a straight answer as to which one is correct. Many people state that the 0.96 is correct as the M0 stepping has a tjmax of 100C. However, I also refuse to believe that these CPU's idle at that high a temp stock. So, although the tjmax is correct, I still think it is an error caused by coretemp 0.96 to scale the core temps by the same increase. I personally use 0.96.1 as the temps look more reasonable. The important factor is the delta between core temp and tjmax anyways, so as long as you are within 20C or so of tjmax, you'll be ok.
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