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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
i was using your screenshot from Coretemp as my example.Coretemp is probably giving a more accurate reading of your temps than the others you tried.
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I would trust the Coretemps reading, there's no way your cpu can run at 188c and not fry. But 45-47c sounds reasonable.
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6400's run hot- fact of life. However, I would RMA that chip. Having temps that high have certainly shortened the lifespan of your chip. Maybe it goes today, tomorrow or 10 years. You probably had too much Thermal compound or an improperly seated HSF as the problem corrected with your repair. My 6400 idles at 33 c and under load it heats up to 48c. It is very stable and cools down quickly. I have the stock AMD heatpipe HSF that performs extremely well in reviews. I have avoided the after market CPU coolers as they all are heavy , expensive and noisy. Why fix it if it isn't broke?
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Nerozero00, an excellent way to rule out in faulty parts would be to start swapping your existing with "known working parts". Do you have another AM2 processor to test with? How about another AM2 motherboard to test with? All of those readings are wrong. Every single one. That motherboard is not reading anything correct. Put that processor in another AM2 board and see how the temperatures are.
I would also measure the PSU with a multimeter to verify that voltages are operating at their correct spec. Here are two guides that will show you how to perform this:
http://www.devhardware.com/forums/po...est-75111.html
http://www.clunk.org.uk/forums/guide...ing-guide.html

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Didn't you say that your bios read 45-55°C? If yes, then these are normal values for a stock HSF and you are all fine. It's just that not all programs work with all pc's together. Use coretemp, seems to be working fine.

As for the voltages, I doubt that these values are correct, your comp shouldn't even work with voltages like these. Look into your BIOS, you should be able to monitor them in there.
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Ok i just got my new motherboard in because my PSU testing fine when i tested it with a multimeter. After installing the new mobo I opened up Asus PC Probe first to see what was going on and if the problem was resolved, Everything showed it was working properly. Then I check the probe with speedfan coretemp and everest. Everything was working fine until I opened up Everest. Once everest was open it went haywire with all of the number.

How is it that once Everest has been open and then even shutdown and uninstalled that all other programs will still show the incorrect voltages? I am beginning to think that my last motherboard wasn't DOA but was that one program cause all of my problems cause it was always one I opened up first cause it is what I used on my old machine. I guess it doesn't work with my new machine. could it be the fact that it is a free copy from long ago I have had save for a while and my new comp is a dual core?

Everything appears to be working fine as long as i don't open that program up. Thanks all for the help.

P.S. I wish i had enough parts to swap stuff in and out to see what was the problem but this is the only setup. That would have been the first thing I did.
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Sorry forgot to mention that after 5 mins in prime95 the highest the temp got was 55C. I am gonna do a bigger burnin to see what happens but that was just a quick one to see whats up with it.
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have you tried updating your bios?

and whats the ambient temp in your room like?
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How is it that once Everest has been open and then even shutdown and uninstalled that all other programs will still show the incorrect voltages? I am beginning to think that my last motherboard wasn't DOA but was that one program cause all of my problems cause it was always one I opened up first cause it is what I used on my old machine. I guess it doesn't work with my new machine. could it be the fact that it is a free copy from long ago I have had save for a while and my new comp is a dual core?
Nerozero, it could just be a problem with the applications not reading the sensors on the Asus M2N32 properly. That's what I'm kind of starting to think. Anyone else here have a M2N32 that experiences the same issues?

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Ok i just got my new motherboard in because my PSU testing fine when i tested it with a multimeter. After installing the new mobo I opened up Asus PC Probe first to see what was going on and if the problem was resolved, Everything showed it was working properly. Then I check the probe with speedfan coretemp and everest. Everything was working fine until I opened up Everest. Once everest was open it went haywire with all of the number.

How is it that once Everest has been open and then even shutdown and uninstalled that all other programs will still show the incorrect voltages? I am beginning to think that my last motherboard wasn't DOA but was that one program cause all of my problems cause it was always one I opened up first cause it is what I used on my old machine. I guess it doesn't work with my new machine. could it be the fact that it is a free copy from long ago I have had save for a while and my new comp is a dual core?

Everything appears to be working fine as long as i don't open that program up. Thanks all for the help.

P.S. I wish i had enough parts to swap stuff in and out to see what was the problem but this is the only setup. That would have been the first thing I did.
the reason for this may be that traces of Everest may still be left behind in your system registry...try searching for and deleting anything "Everest" in your Windows registry and see if that helps.

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Nerozero, it could just be a problem with the applications not reading the sensors on the Asus M2N32 properly. That's what I'm kind of starting to think. Anyone else here have a M2N32 that experiences the same issues?
Everest is the only program i use to monitor my temps , it works perfectly on my MB...M2N32-Sli Deluxe WiFi
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