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1 hour ago, Ryan Norton said:

I go to what I can look at and t he only GPU temperature I can monitor relating to GPU is GPU diode not GPU core temperatures or anything of the sort.

Most video cards only provide a single GPU thermal reading.

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8 minutes ago, Ryan Norton said:

Would a GT 1030 not provide GPU core readings?

GT1030 only provides a single GPU temperature reading.  You can call it "GPU", "GPU Core" or "GPU Diode", it's the same thing for GT1030.  The thermal reading is provided by the ForceWare video driver, and measured by an on-die thermal diode located on the GPU die.

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1 hour ago, Fiery said:

GT1030 only provides a single GPU temperature reading.  You can call it "GPU", "GPU Core" or "GPU Diode", it's the same thing for GT1030.  The thermal reading is provided by the ForceWare video driver, and measured by an on-die thermal diode located on the GPU die.

So GPU CORE and GPU Diode are the exact same thing?

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46 minutes ago, Ryan Norton said:

So GPU CORE and GPU Diode are the exact same thing?

Yes.  But it's not relevant how you call it, since GT1030 (just like many other GPUs) have only a single thermal diode on the GPU die.

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