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I have tried them all and it just doesn't work. The only temp monitors that work are the one in uefi and in Asus AI program. I can't figure it out.
    
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I noticed that no matter which one I use they will hover around 30c until I put any stress on the cpu then they fall to 0. Also it seems like something is resetting the temp. every time it falls to zero I hear my hdd make a noise.
    
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I noticed that no matter which one I use they will hover around 30c until I put any stress on the cpu then they fall to 0. Also it seems like something is resetting the temp. every time it falls to zero I hear my hdd make a noise.
You might have bad sensors. Do other temps show up (i.e. South Bridge, HDD, graphics card, ect.)?
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Yeah but they show up in uefi and also in the AI control center.
    
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I've tried core temp and real temp. Neither show temps, just stay at zero with the occasional bump up to some random low temperature. Any ideas?
Does your hardware monitoring in BIOS work? Usually, for all it's shortcomings, Winbond is pretty reliable if your monitoring in BIOS is enabled, unless something got corrupted or something and Winbond quit working. I had the exact same issue a couple weeks ago and what happened is that when I saved a certain BIOS profile it has disabled the hardware monitoring in the BIOS and defaulted my bootdrive to the SATA 3/GBs controller. I ended up upgrading to the newer BIOS and it quit doing that.
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