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Originally Posted by justadude View Post
I've been told that if Coretemp shows your tjunction max as 85C, then it's readings are off by 15C. This was in the E2180 or Gigabyte DS3L thread.

this is the reason for the discrepancy in the reading of Coretemp and also the primary reason why Real Temp was written. to resolve the discrepancy by taking into account the correct TJunction Temp of the corresponding CPU.
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Just to reiterate OCCT doesnt monitor temps, it displays which ever temp monitoring programm you have installed. You can configure this as has allready been stated.

I am not sure if it works with realtemp but it should be easy to find out.
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I'm liking OCCT a lot vs running prime and watching core temp and uGuru!

Temps all agree with coretemp/realtemp/everest, though there are some differences between voltages. I'm trying to get it calibrated for my setup, the graph generation after a run is is very cool (at least for me!).
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