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post #1 of 14
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Hi, my Q9250 cpu in a P5E3 Deluxe wifi motherboard is giving very wierd temp readings. I dont know if the sensor in the cpu or mobo is failing. Here's the different temps i got:
All in degrees celcius

BIOS Reading: -31
Asus PC Probe: 225
HW Monitor Pro: 31
Coretemp: 102
Speedfan: -31

The cpu cooler is an Asus Silent Knight II which isnt very hot
Is there any way of fixing this?
post #2 of 14
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Anybody know?
post #3 of 14
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Because it was the only way, I put a thermometer on the cooler right next to the cpu and the reading was 33 degrees
I this accurate?
post #4 of 14
More accurate then any of the software readings, that's for shure.
But it's hard to say if the sensor in the CPU or on the motherboard is broken without having spare parts around to test either one of them.

Asus PC Probe is an piece of crapware that you should never use! Even on perfect working systems this program throws unlogical readings about...
Speedfan works nice if you manually adjust the TJmax.

If you can find one of these:


And stick it between your CPU and cooler somewhere around the edge, that will give you the most accurate reading for now.
You can plug this in a fan controller or an optional Temp thingy on your motherboard.
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post #5 of 14
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Thanks
Could flashing the bios help?
post #6 of 14
Only if it's a bios related problem.
Has this problem always been occuring? Or is it since recently?
If it has always been like this it might be a BIOS problem.
If it is since a couple of days, chances are either the CPU of the motherboards temperature modules are dying. In that case a bios update would not help.
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post #7 of 14
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Yes its been like this when i first built the system
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Then it could be worth a shot
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post #9 of 14
How long ago did you build?Try resetting the cpu.
 
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post #10 of 14
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I built it about 2 years ago
I updated the bios but its still the same
Resetting the cpu does not help as i have tried
I think the sensor in the cpu is faulty because the Q9250 is an ES chip
Oh well...
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