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i touched the heatsink and its REALLY cold,the processor was IDLE when this picture was taken.
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... lol. It means Core Temp is wrong and your CPU is cooled very well.
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Yeah, Core Temp is so last year. You should be using RealTemp now anyway. It will also help you check for stuck sensors.

Get the uber-small download here: http://www.techpowerup.com/realtemp/

Cheers!
Rob

ps. The difference in these two programs may make now difference in your reading, because your sensor seems to be stuck, but you can try it. If nothing else, you can confirm that your sensor is stuck.
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Actually for 65nm CoreTemp, Everest and HWMonitor are the best. Realtemp is better for 45nm.

What it means is either you are about to die of hypothermia, or the sensor is wrong. Basically you can't read temps, but if you have a good seat with a good cooler, shouldnt be a problem. Try checking temps in your BIOS.
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Actually, with my E6420 at 1.08v and 1.6Ghz, at idle, I'm reading 4-5C over ambient. This means that Real Temp is also excellent for this processor. Don't forget, the author is running an E6400 and an E8400 himself. His goal was to get both of them reading very accurately, not just 45nm. Real Temp is still the best temp program for either sub-architecture. Use Speedfan if you want a hysteresis plot.

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For that Sempron I think Speedfan is best, but still check your BIOS.
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i get processor not supported from real temp.
thanks everybody for the help.
EDIT: in HWMonitor i also get -49ºC.
there's gotta be some way to check this thing's temps.

EDIT 2: i get -49ºC in every software.
Edited by Fox_Smash - 6/21/08 at 11:47pm
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Originally Posted by Fox_Smash View Post
i get processor not supported from real temp.
thanks everybody for the help.
EDIT: in HWMonitor i also get -49ºC.
there's gotta be some way to check this thing's temps.

EDIT 2: i get -49ºC in every software.
Wow, wish I had those temps. That is strange. Hey, in Speedfan, you can at least set an offset.
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Wow, wish I had those temps. That is strange. Hey, in Speedfan, you can at least set an offset.
it's the same,temp stays at -49ºC IDLE or full load.
there's gotta be some way to read this thing's temps without going into the bios.
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Originally Posted by RobRedbeard View Post
Actually, with my E6420 at 1.08v and 1.6Ghz, at idle, I'm reading 4-5C over ambient. This means that Real Temp is also excellent for this processor. Don't forget, the author is running an E6400 and an E8400 himself. His goal was to get both of them reading very accurately, not just 45nm. Real Temp is still the best temp program for either sub-architecture. Use Speedfan if you want a hysteresis plot.

Rob
5-6C over ambient is more like WC temps, for air it is more likely 10-15C over ambient with a good cooler. Unless that's your idle and not normal use, because air coolers work pretty goodon idle temps. It's more about load, though, and see if CoreTemp says the same as Realtemp, I'm curious!

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it's the same,temp stays at -49ºC IDLE or full load.
there's gotta be some way to read this thing's temps without going into the bios.

Try using a different program, and if you get the reading of at least one CPU core or the overall CPU temp, then you can use that as a guideline for the whole CPU.
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