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So i just build my first computer and i Have problem, there no temps showing up in any windows third party programs..... i have an AMD Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition Cpu with MSI 890FXA motherboard with H50 water cooling on it right now. and thats not the only problem the other problem is when I'm in the BIO's it only show five Cores not all six.....and by way i do have the latest version of the BIOS installed....Please Help
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Is you mobo a MSI not a MIS? If so what's the LED say?
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Yes it is a MSI sorry for the spelling and the led say 29 right now. But is that the Cpu temps?
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to answer your questions, use either coretemp to see the cpu's temp or everest. As for the cores in the bios, they are read as core #0-5 for a hex-core, so 0,1,2,3,4,5 for all cores.
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post #5 of 33
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Originally Posted by fight4pc28 View Post
Yes it is a MSI sorry for the spelling and the led say 29 right now. But is that the Cpu temps?
Aye the temp LED on the mobo is reading the CPU temp from BIOS, not entirely sure why any of the tools wouldn't be able to collect the info. Not sure what to tell you here, in the meantime until someone with more assperience with your mobo comes along you can keep an eye on temps through that LED. You do have the most up to date versions of everest, HWM, etc yes?
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post #6 of 33
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Yea i tired the CoreTemp and it first didnt show any temps up intill i change the temps readings to Fahrenheit and its says at bottom 32F(?) low and high at 32f...I dont know it dosnt look right to me cause the motherboard say 29C
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post #7 of 33
Quote:
Originally Posted by D3TH.GRUNT View Post
to answer your questions, use either coretemp to see the cpu's temp or everest. As for the cores in the bios, they are read as core #0-5 for a hex-core, so 0,1,2,3,4,5 for all cores.
Not core temp! There is usually a 10-15c ^ offset that has to be added to what core temp reports on core to equal CPU temp.

Speaking of Core temp... new release today
Version 0.99.6.1 - 8th May, 2010

- Fix: Overheating protection.
- Fix: Incorrect detection of some Intel and AMD processors.
- Fix: Layout problems with AMD Phenom series and newer processors.
http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/


CPUID HW monitor works well with reading/reporting actual CPU temp.
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post #8 of 33
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Originally Posted by Naturecannon View Post
Not core temp! There is usually a 10-15c ^ offset that has to be added to what core temp reports on core to equal CPU temp.

Speaking of Core temp... new release today
Version 0.99.6.1 - 8th May, 2010

- Fix: Overheating protection.
- Fix: Incorrect detection of some Intel and AMD processors.
- Fix: Layout problems with AMD Phenom series and newer processors.
http://www.alcpu.com/CoreTemp/


CPUID HW monitor works well with reading/reporting actual CPU temp.
I don't follow the first part. Are you saying that the CPU temp is going to be over 10 degrees C higher than the core average?
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post #9 of 33
Yes

Temp screens snipped at same time. (I am running prime now, reason for high temps)
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post #10 of 33
Quote:
Originally Posted by Naturecannon View Post
Yes

Temp screens snipped at same time. (I am running prime now, reason for high temps)
Wow. I haven't used coretemp, but that is unusual. Makes me ascared of it. Any 890fx-GD70 users around?
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