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I have a Core 3 Duo e6600 and an Asus mobo, what should I be using to get accurate temps? I keep reading around, but I can't seem to find what is going to work with my setup. It sounds like TAT will, but I can't seem to find out what that is?
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">Is only 22-23 C degrees possibly correct? Room temp is around 58 degrees F.</div>

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</div>well, you can never get lower than room temp so 10 degrees over room isn't too bad. pretty good in fact!
 
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