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post #1 of 6
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Thanks for looking at this.

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Asus P5N-t deluxe 1001 bios
QX6700 OC 9x 333 1333 FSB 3006.5 MHz
4 Gb Dominator PC 8500 Sync Mode 667
8800 GTX SLI 765's No OC
4 Seagates SATA 160 Gb Stripe set 300 Gb x2
1 Seagate SATA 1Tb
BFG 1000 w PSU
Reserator 2 Water Cooler w/ 4 120 MM fan Mod
North and South Asus heat Pipes ( stock )
Xaser II case with 2x120mm Side fans one pushing MB, one pulling heat from 8800's
Vista x64 up to date

Okay nothing crazy but check out the img. Two temp apps two completely different temps, and not by a little almost double. Each show all four core temps and no one can agree on a temp. Asus PC Probe also shows MB temps and CPU temp close to Real Temp. ***

Who do I believe, I had this system running at 3318Mhz on XP forever until I loaded vista and had to reload all the apps and this started.
post #2 of 6
I know that this happens to me as well.

Download a prog called "HWMonitor," it's pretty reliable. Otherwise, I would say trust Coretemp.
    
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post #3 of 6
I would believe the Asus Probe because they made it for their Mobo's, and while your at it, maybe try HWmonitor, used it on Laptops and Desktops not a problem; everything from fanspeeds to voltages on all your hardware.
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keep power settings in balanced mode to stop overheating
post #5 of 6
coretemp is right.

coretemp either the right one, or is 99*/-99*c lol.

wait, were those idle? if thats idle then coretemp is wrong, i hope.

check HWmonitor. also check your bios temps.
    
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post #6 of 6
Coretemp is correct, you're running 1.42v through a QX.
The QX is a hot hot running proc.
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