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Hello. I assume that AIDA64 shows an incorrect CPU and motherboard temperature for my setup. 1) The difference between core temperature and CPU temperature is unrealistic. 2) 100 degrees idle motherboard\CPU temperature right after PC boot doesn't seem realistic as well. 3) I only have CPU temperature measurements in BIOS and it sticks around 20-25 all the time. 4) CoreTemp shows 30 degrees average for each core. 5) Motherboard doesn't seem boiling to the touch, it's actually quite chill and the fans blow out a cool air. I'm still concerned that I can't see
Hello everyone, It is my first post in the forum and I want to ask about something that bothers me, thanks for the help in advance. Specs, to begin with: Case: Corsair 100R Mobo: MSI B450M Bazooka AM4 CPU: Ryzen 5 2600X CPU Cooler: Xigmatek Windpower 1266 (pretty sure it's not common in the global market atm) GPU: Sapphire Radeon RX 580 Nitro+ 8GB RAM: Adata XPG 2X8GB 3000 mHz The thing is that when I'm performing the stress test, CPU (always on stock values) hovers around 75 - 80 celsius which I think is ok considering it is under 100% load
Hi, Why does AIDA show for my ASUS motherboard 61 degrees C, when my CPU temps are only 46 C and 42 C. Furthermore there are 5 different Motherboard Temperatures: Temp 1: 23C, Temp 2: 24 C, Temp3: 44C and Temp 4: 44C Where on the motherboard are these 61 C measured ? When this temp reaches about 76 C the system restarts (after playing a game like XCom 2, where the GPU temp is not more than 66 C) I would like to find out where on the board the temps are too high, respectively when and why the system is restarting? Below a log file, hope this is helpful. Thank you !