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LOL... Where is THE sensor guys? On the CPU or the MB?
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No option but this as motherboard sensor maybe faulty.
But the programs he use also work off the chip's sensors too... so I'd say the chip first... since it is the actual core temperatures its reporting and not the general chip temperature.
    
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But the programs he use also work off the chip's sensors too... so I'd say the chip first... since it is the actual core temperatures its reporting and not the general chip temperature.
What does he mean, no option? And are you saying the sensor is on the CPU? Someone please tell me! LOL If its the CPU, that would be much easier to replace. I just spent so much time placing this MB into my case with tucked wires, nice water cooling hose layout, etc. And I had to do it twice because when my waterblock adapter came in, I had to remove my MB to use it. Stupid case doesnt have back MB access.
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What does he mean, no option? And are you saying the sensor is on the CPU? Someone please tell me! LOL If its the CPU, that would be much easier to replace. I just spent so much time placing this MB into my case with tucked wires, nice water cooling hose layout, etc. And I had to do it twice because when my waterblock adapter came in, I had to remove my MB to use it. Stupid case doesnt have back MB access.
the sensor you are using for those programs is on the chip...
get it replaced.

sorry for that confusion.
    
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Ok, I will replace CPU tomorrow or the next day and report back! Thank you guys very much!!!
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Ok, I will replace CPU tomorrow or the next day and report back! Thank you guys very much!!!
best of luck to you my friend.
    
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Wow I'm surprised no one asked this.
What program are you using to monitor the temps in windows??

Please use *REALTEMP 3.67*, and report back with the temps.
I bet you anything it won't be 40C idle.

And the cpu temperature sensors are on the motherboard, as far as I know. The DTS is inside the CPU, and motherboards do NOT read that temp in BIOS, because the DTS only tells you how far away the cpu is from TJMax. (realtemp calculates the temp based on the Tjmax value for different CPU's). I flashed a BIOS on a P5WDH motherboard, that caused the CPU temp in the BIOS to go from 35C idle to 19C idle. And it also showed up in windows like that, since the monitoring programs were using the same sensor. But Realtemp reads from the DTS inside the CPU, and showed the proper temps.
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^^^ munaim1 did ask. And 3.67 shows the same temps as all the other programs, including real temp 3.60. Thanks for trying though!
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Ugh...thats....weird... :/ Hope you get a better chip.
With voltages around 1v, your idle temps should be almost the same as ambient (water can't cool below ambient unless the water itself is chilled).
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***Update***

So I went out and swapped my i5 2500k for another one. The idle temps are the same, but my load temps don't pass 62C now. Which I guess is an improvement, but 62c during load on water still seems high to me. My radiator isn't even warm to touch at load temps either, so that's strange. When my water cooling was on my AMD 9850, the radiator was much warmer to the touch, but my temps where never this high. So I don't know, but I guess that's good enough.

Idle @ 40c
Highest Load @ 62C

1.25v @ 4.2ghz full time. No sidestep, no base speed. Just turbo mode 24x7.
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