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enkrypt3d

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Best temperature monitoring software?
« on: 08-January-13, 07:58:48 »

I have the 990FXA-GD80V2 and speedfan shows

some of the sensors show -111C and some show 127C !? which one is my CPU? I've tried many other utilz and they show the same thing... I have an H100 cooling my CPU inside an obsidian 800D case so heat is not a problem. Thx
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« Reply #1 on: 08-January-13, 11:29:44 »

I perfer coretemp.. has a few nice features, but wont let you run any fan profiles..
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« Reply #2 on: 08-January-13, 13:34:49 »

Core Temp and Real Temp work well as does CPUID HW Monitor.
Those -111 and 127C temps you see there are probably software expected sensors that do not exist on the board, thus, bogus readings.
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« Reply #3 on: 08-January-13, 18:07:59 »

AMD cpus are sadly known for temp sensor misreadings. Would also go for >>Core Temp<<. CPU temp there should be accurate
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« Reply #4 on: 08-January-13, 23:30:33 »

well i want an app that can monitor not just CPU but all sensors on the MB and everything.... thx guys
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« Reply #5 on: 08-January-13, 23:34:21 »

The other sensors except for cpu will most likely not work on an AMD system as the latest AMD cpus are coming up with crazy sensor reading on this. You can use >>AMD Overdrive<< but I'm pretty sure it will come up with false readings on the other sensor's too.
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« Reply #6 on: 09-January-13, 00:25:38 »

Can also just use control center, now that it minimizes to the upper right had corner much like core temp it is all I am using.
Although I use HWmonitor for initial set up.
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