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fixed: Gigabyte GA-B250-HD3P hardware sensors reading incorrectly

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Thank you Fiery for your prompt response and great work. The bios is reporting the Motherboard temperature as System 1 temperature and Aux temperature as System 2 temperature. Is it possible to correct this? Many thanks.

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On ‎2017‎. ‎11‎. ‎14‎. at 11:38 AM, fads said:

Thank you Fiery for your prompt response and great work. The bios is reporting the Motherboard temperature as System 1 temperature and Aux temperature as System 2 temperature. Is it possible to correct this? Many thanks.

AIDA64 will always show the main motherboard/system temperature as "Motherboard".  Aux means auxiliary, so we believe that is a correct label for the secondary motherboard temperature.

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