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Core Temp vs. Speedfan

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which one is more accurate? i'm getting to completely different readings even when i refreshed it...
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Add 15c to your core temps in speedfan. You can configure it that way if you want allthough I thought the latest one allready did that for you.

Coretemp is right and so is speedfan just speedfan is 15c off lol.
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post #3 of 4
Go with CoreTemp.

There is also Hardware Monitor by CPUID

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post #4 of 4
it's pretty obvious speedfan is wrong, i mean your ambient temp is probably like 20C
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