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  1. I will when I get a chance. I am not using that system as my main computer yet.
  2. The reading does not reappear. Your advice is to downgrade? Is that why I paid my $30?
  3. I am not sure. I saw the temp at first, but have not seen it lately. It definitely said PCH, but, whether it said diode or not I cannot remember. I am positive it was there, asn I observed it, had concerns about the relatively high temps, bought a fan to blow on it and watched the temp drop as I added the fan and adjusted its position. Not only do I not see it in Aida anymore, it is not in the ASROCK utility either. I did not upgrade my BIOS or anything like that. I updated the BIOS before I installed the O/S (new build). Sure hope I didn't waste my $30 renewing my subscription for a b
  4. Upgraded to 2.70.2200 as I just got an Asrock Z77 Extreme4 MB and i7-3770K CPU. Keeps losing the PCH Temp value. No apparent rhyme or reason as to the cause. Sometimes will reappear if I stop and restart AIDA 64.
  5. Fair enough, except it still does not make sense. If I make the correction, temp is, at most, 40 while core temps are 60 + under load, which really doesn't make much sense. I know CPU temp is always lower than Core Temps, but not 20? No, Control Centre does not measure MOSFET Temps. I am speaking about the temp probe for my fan controller that I have on them. So, the one you have labelled Motherboard is useless, ditch it. The one that started out as Aux is useful to me. I shall just reload my original version I guess.
  6. Your CPU Temp 10C more than Control Centre's. Your MB Temp does match Control Centre. It shows this is not your fault, as that Temp is still useless. Mosfet temps? 14-17 C? I wish. Hardware monitored temps at Mosfets in 30 - 45 range.
  7. This really didn't work at all. 1. "Motherboard" temp is now the one that does not fluctuate more than a degree up or down and is not, to my mind, a real temp. 2. I now have "Temperature 1" through "Temperature 10" that all read about the same (within 2 degrees of each other) and move from 14 to 17 degrees or so. Nothign similar in Speedfan. 3. "CPU" temp is higher than the Core Temps when the CPU is idle, and below them when under load. 40C when Cores are around 30, 455 C when cores are 60. I believe this one was labelled Aux originally. Behaviour is more like the mosfets or, maybe,
  8. I compared the Aux temp to MSI Control Centre, not Afterburner. Aux does not match up with anything there, but, that does not mean it is useless. Speedfan does show this temp as well, and reports it is one of three on the F71889A chip. This temp is probably the MOSFET temp, as it goes the highest except for the temps reported by the Intel sensors in the CPU Cores. In fact, at idle, it is higher than the CPU Sensor readings. This temp reads 38C when the CPU Sensors are reading 33C and 34C. The other two temps reported on the F71889A chip are one AIDA calls the Motherboard (I think t is th
  9. Better, however, CPU temp is bogus. It does not move even when I start up Intel Burn Test. Speedfan sees a temp, and Aida did before this, called Aux. It does move in line with what I would expect for a CPU temp. For some reason, it is reporting the fan speed and other data for GPU2 not GPU 1, but MSI Afterburner does that too. Better, thanks for the help. Looking for 100%, hope it can be achieved.
  10. Don't know how you expect me to do this. Used Prt Screen. Ctrl V made it appear in the reply box, however, when I click "Post" I just get an error message "Post_Too_Short" Please explain. Be specific and detailed.
  11. OK ------[ AIDA64 v2.20.1800 ]------ ------[ Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 (64-bit) ]------ ------[ Motherboard Info ]------ Motherboard ID : 65-0100-000001-00101111-030111-LfdHvdImc$A7585100_A7585IMS V1.6 030111 Motherboard Model : MSI P55-GD85 (MS-7585) Motherboard Chipset : Intel Ibex Peak P55, Intel Lynnfield DMI MB Manufacturer : MSI DMI MB Product : P55-GD85 (MS-7585) DMI MB Version : 1.0 DMI MB Serial : To be filled by O.E.M. DMI SYS Manufacturer: MSI DMI SYS Product : MS-7585 DMI SYS Version : 1.0 DMI SYS Serial : To Be Filled By
  12. Version 2.30.1800. Installed a MSI P55-GD85 motherboard (old one was DFI DK P55-t3eH9) and Asus GTX 590. Sensor readings are now all over the map. Reports Sys 1 fan speed as CPU (no CPU Fan, watercooling), only temp other than those related to the CPU is one called Aux, which bears no resemblance to any temp reported by Asus' Control Centre, GPU data reversed, i.e. GPU 1 data reported as GPU 2 and vice versa. Did not do fresh install with MB Change (both boards have same basic chips) What is the fix?
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