Looking through the forums here I saw many people saying that with the 1090T you need to add an offset in Core temp to show they true chip temp. Looking at the Revision Guide for AMD Family 10h Processors, it says that there is no inaccurate temperature measurement for the 1090T. So what is correct? I know that in HWmonitor you want to use the Tempin1 for the CPU temp. Also if you go into bios after being idle for 2-3 hours it shows the temp as being x value and in core temp you should apply the offset to set the temp to match and usually HW monitor tempin1 shows close to this value. So is it that the cpu shows the temp inaccurately or is the issue just with how core temp reads the temp?
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4/1/11 at 2:54am