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friend of mine has the same problem, gets super low temps that change 2-3*C between idle and load. i personally think AMD have screwed their core sensor placing. just go off the CPU temp and use the add 10*C rule.
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Originally Posted by dcshoejake View Post
hwmonitor, it's the shizzle. It tells you pretty much everything you want to know, motherboard voltages, HDD temps, GPU temps and vcore. It also shows min, max and current values for all of the above.
HW monitor is great but i dont trust the voltage reading it gives at all, to be honest i dont trust any voltage reading software i always just use a multimeter. HW monitor shows my 12v rail at 12.75 where as a mulitimeter shows it around 12.25

Core temp is the best option for cpu temp imo or everest is normally pretty spot on
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post #23 of 24
SO, you cant run 6 cores unlocked with the temp monitor at all?
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SO, you cant run 6 cores unlocked with the temp monitor at all?

The ACC core unlock feature is for chips that have locked cores. The OP's chip has no cores to unlock so it's an unneccessary setting that will conflict with AMD's core temp monitoring. For example I had a Phenom II x2 550 that when run stock dual core would show the correct temperatures but when I used ACC to unlock the two cores that had been locked into a full quad core "B50" the core temps would never show up correctly.
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