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I kind of read this thread and what does the HWMonitor CPU temp match to? Tjunction? So then 62C is hardly warm?
*shrug* I don't use HWMonitor. I tried it out awhile ago, but it's too much fail for me Only displayed one of my 5770's temps, got fan data WAY wrong, voltages were off by a mile as well, and it wasn't quite as customizable as I like To be fair, nothing really gets the voltages all that accurate with my 890FX Deluxe3 (except for AIDA since I worked with them on readings with my multimeter, though 12V still does shows a dip under load when it shouldn't). Not the mention that Super IO voltage readings should only ever be taken with a grain of salt and for reference anyways, which is why OCCT isn't too useful for real world accuracy. But I digress. HWMon is a good idea and a nice layout, but it's execution seems to be slightly lacking compared to the other options available. (Not to say I can do better though, since I can't code lol)
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This thread should have been made sticky a long time ago
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Very informative thread, I've always wonder which is the right temp I should keep an eye on because on load my cpu temps is normally 17C hotter than the core temps as seen in the pic below.

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But as an unlocked cpu (X6 1600T) my core temp is non existent and when running prime95 for hours the cpu temps would reach 67C so I'm wondering if this is a safe temp considering the 17C difference as a X4.

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