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If your processor was at 115C there would be insane ammounts of heatwaves coming out of your computer, and you'd melt your motherboard/processor pretty fast..

100C is the temp that water starts to boil. Another 15C would kill it almost instantly.

I dont even think processors run at 115C with no heatsink.
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yes i took off the old stuff and then put arctic silver 5. I didn't use the old and new or any weird combo.

Everest is telling me 115 C under load from Prime 95
Asus PC Probe 2 is telling me 188 C for some reason.

What are the odds it is just a defective sensor sense the HS is warm to the touch only and I am getting no errors with any programs, no bluescreens, no random reboots or shutdowns and no burning of my new PC thank god.

Let me try those 2 programs really quick.
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I would assume a bad sensor. I am not sure if it is from the mobo or CPU, though.
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Here are a few pics of the different programs i have used so far to see the temp and only one is making sense.



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Wow your PSU is so messed up, I'm surprised it even boots!

It looks like it might actually be your motherboard thats defective, since all of the sensors seem to be off, and I don't think +7V on the +12V would be able to boot your computer...
    
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I didn't even notice that my voltages were messed up. Thanks for pointing that out.

Yay now i get to get my multimeter out and check everything to see if is my PSU or Mobo that is bad.

With that being said. My mobo has a 24 Pin Connector as the main power from the PSU plus the 4 Pin ATX. I have all 24 Pins plugged from my PSU. Should i only use the 20 Instead of 24?

Should it be 24 and 4
24 and no ATX one
or 20 and the 4 pin ATX?
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my friend...i think you are just reading your temps in Fahrenheit...if you take the reading from your Coretemp and convert it to Fahrenheit ...its right around what you are telling us your temp is in Celsius.your cpu cannot be that hot , it would melt the plastic retainers around it.what does the temp in your bios tell you ?
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I am not reading my temps in F. I am talking about C. I posted a few pics a few post ago with the temps shown as proof
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Did you remove the plastic cover on the stock HS?

Anyway, those temps can be correct, the CPU would be dead at those temps, period.
    
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Did you remove the plastic cover on the stock HS?

Anyway, those temps can be correct, the CPU would be dead at those temps, period.
LOL yes i took the plastic off. I didn't even use the stock compound.
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