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Motherboard GA-970a-UD3P

BIOS - FC

Processor - FX-8320e

Room temperature - 23 ° C

processor temperature in BIOS - 27 ° C

Temperature processor in the AIDA - 17 ° C in Windows 10x64 without load.

Why the temperature reading is below the temperature in the room and BIOS?

Why there is data of 4 CPU cores and processors  if  FX have only one temperature sensor?

 

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Motherboard GA-970a-UD3P

BIOS - FC

Processor - FX-8320e

Room temperature - 23 ° C

processor temperature in BIOS - 27 ° C

Temperature processor in the AIDA - 17 ° C in Windows 10x64 without load.

Why the temperature reading is below the temperature in the room and BIOS?

Many modern AMD processors feature such a temperature sensing logic that only provides reliable measurements when the CPU is under load. In the BIOS Setup your CPU cannot use idle cycles, so it's under load.

 

Why there is data of 4 CPU cores and processors if FX have only one temperature sensor?

It's an old thing that we haven't had a chance to revamp yet. You're right, for AMD CPUs a single temperature per socket would be enough.

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Oo? in BIOS CPU ander Load?!

I did't know it.

Yes, but only the first core is under load. The rest of the cores should sleep there. Still, it puts a much higher load on the overall CPU package than when under Windows all cores can execute idle cycles and so cool down.

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