MSI Center showing temps in Farenheit instead of Celsius

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As per attachments, the temps are wrong (It is not 100 degrees Celsius as it claims, it is reading it in Farenheit for some reason)
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Um I guess you looking at the green line and Dot if so that be fan speed not temp
 

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The green dot on the x-axis is displaying 100degrees C, which I know it's not so I believe it's reading Fahrenheit and that's why it's so high
No it is your fan speed
CPU fan 1 is at 75%
Sys Fan 6 is at 82%
All that page dose is display your FAN speed and the fan curve settings no temps at all
 

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No it is your fan speed
CPU fan 1 is at 75%
Sys Fan 6 is at 82%
All that page dose is display your FAN speed and the fan curve settings no temps at all
The green dot is supposed to be fan speed in relation to temperature. That's why it's a "Smart fan" as it is supposed to adjust fan speed according to the read in temperature.

I believe this is a bug in MSI Center. I recently upgraded my Dragon Center to MSI Center. The same functionality exists in both. Worked fine in DC but not at all in MSI Center.

In DC the green dot would follow the plotted line based on how fast you wanted the fans to go at certain temps. Now it's just static fan speed. Clearly not what is intended.
 

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For the green dot, it always stays at most right because it log the fan RPM according to "TIME", not temperature. If x-axis is temperature, you getting freak out green dot which draws circle constantly. I'd say good job MS to fix this chaos after such a long time.
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What you mean "IF x-axis is temperature"? The x-axis on the graph literally says it is °C. If this graph was supposed to be just a log of fan speed over time the x-axis key would be in a time unit. Seconds for example.

The issue with the newer MSI Center application it seems. Not whichever one you're using. My sys fan speed adjusted according to the tempurature no problems for in the older MSI Dragon Center app. It now doesn't in MSI Center.

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This is how it looks for me. Same as OP. My system temp is not 100°C. It's also not adhering to the smart fan curve either. As if it actually thought it was 100°C the fan speed should be hitting up to 100%. Instead it's just sitting on about 73%.

Anyway, OP. I've got the same issue. Think I'll remove the MSI Center and go back to Dragon Center as it worked correctly there.
 

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Removed MSI Center and reinstalled Dragon Center and it works again. Perhaps give that a try, adetunjid181158802e1, if you want the smart fan stuff working. Link

A shame as mystic light syncing to razer synapse has issues for me in dragon center which is why I switched to MSI Center. But fan speed control is more important to me.

I have an MSI X470 gaming plus motherboard for the record.
 

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What you mean "IF x-axis is temperature"? The x-axis on the graph literally says it is °C.
fan % vs temperature is for when you modify fan profile. Once it's done, either there's no green dot or green dot should always stay at the most right.
If MSI is going to modify the graph, they should make the x-axis display temperature when you change the fan profile and when you wanna monitor it, x-axis changes to time.

If the x-axis is really temperature when it's logging, then it shouldn't leave any green line after the green dot (you might wanna see the ugly command center picture that i posted earlier again which makes absolutely no sense in term of monitoring). But it will become a useless diagram because it doesn't "monitor" anything
 

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fan % vs temperature is for when you modify fan profile. Once it's done, either there's no green dot or green dot should always stay at the most right.
If MSI is going to modify the graph, they should make the x-axis display temperature when you change the fan profile and when you wanna monitor it, x-axis changes to time.

If the x-axis is really temperature when it's logging, then it shouldn't leave any green line after the green dot (you might wanna see the ugly command center picture that i posted earlier again which makes absolutely no sense in term of monitoring). But it will become a useless diagram because it doesn't "monitor" anything
Oh I did see it and you PC runs backwards in time so it can log all over again in same place as before never seen that before. Did you get that Computer of Doctor WHO
 
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