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Hey all.
I am trying to monitor my temps, specifically my CPU temps. I have settled on CoreTemp and SpeedFan, and use Everest and HWMonitor to double check, but they all show different temps, and I cant figure what temps are what in SpeedFan. See first pic for sensors detected. So which one is accurate? Is there a better proggy I am missing? Finally, what's up with the 127 degree reading under load???

Sensors detected...


Idle temps...


Load temps...
 

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Almost certainly an error with SpeedFan using the wrong calibration, or trying to measure from a non-existant sensor.
 
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dont use speedfan for monitoring cpu temps, everyones right. coretemp's where youll get the most accurate readings. on a side note, thats a huggge difference in temps from one core to the other lol ive never seen anything over a 10 degree difference.
 

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Thanks everyone. I do use CoreTemp as my main CPU monitor. I will just use HWMonitor and Everest to double check.
 
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