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Hi my CPU temp icon that shows between Motherboard and CPU Diode went missing I checked all preferences and cant find it please help

Field    Value
Sensor Properties    
Sensor Type    Nuvoton NCT6797D  (ISA A20h)
GPU Sensor Type    Diode  (NV-Diode)
Motherboard Name    MSI MS-7B12
Chassis Intrusion Detected    No
    
Temperatures    
Motherboard    32 °C  (90 °F)

CPU Diode    35 °C  (95 °F)
CPU Socket    35 °C  (95 °F)
CPU Package    35 °C  (95 °F)
CPU IA Cores    35 °C  (95 °F)
CPU GT Cores    33 °C  (91 °F)
CPU #1 / Core #1    24 °C  (75 °F)
CPU #1 / Core #2    24 °C  (75 °F)
CPU #1 / Core #3    24 °C  (75 °F)
CPU #1 / Core #4    24 °C  (75 °F)
CPU #1 / Core #5    24 °C  (75 °F)
CPU #1 / Core #6    23 °C  (73 °F)
CPU #1 / Core #7    23 °C  (73 °F)
CPU #1 / Core #8    25 °C  (77 °F)
MOS    51 °C  (124 °F)
GPU1: GPU Diode    57 °C  (135 °F)
GPU2: GPU Diode    53 °C  (127 °F)
Samsung SSD 970 EVO Plus 500GB    48 °C  (118 °F)
ST3000DM008-2DM166    27 °C  (81 °F)
    
Cooling Fans    
CPU    2156 RPM
GPU1: GPU    867 RPM  (24%)
GPU2: GPU    405 RPM  (11%)
    
Voltage Values    
CPU Core    1.334 V
CPU VID    1.280 V
+3.3 V    3.376 V
+5 V    5.080 V
+12 V    12.000 V
DIMM    1.360 V
PCH Core    1.064 V
VCCIO    1.366 V
VCCSA    1.353 V
GPU1: GPU Core    1.050 V
GPU2: GPU Core    1.063 V
    
Power Values    
CPU Package    25.30 W
CPU IA Cores    23.04 W
CPU Uncore    0.71 W
DIMM    1.54 W
GPU1: GPU TDP%    29%
GPU2: GPU TDP%    31%
 

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well not sure I will check deeper, reason probably is I just changed out my motherboard from Aorus Z390 Master to MSI Meg Z390 and for sure getting better OC which is one of my hobby's:rolleyes: 

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15 hours ago, howiewowie said:

Hi my CPU temp icon that shows between Motherboard and CPU Diode went missing I checked all preferences and cant find it please help

Field    Value
Sensor Properties    
Sensor Type    Nuvoton NCT6797D  (ISA A20h)
GPU Sensor Type    Diode  (NV-Diode)
Motherboard Name    MSI MS-7B12
Chassis Intrusion Detected    No
    
Temperatures    
Motherboard    32 °C  (90 °F)

CPU Diode    35 °C  (95 °F)
CPU Socket    35 °C  (95 °F)
CPU Package    35 °C  (95 °F)
CPU IA Cores    35 °C  (95 °F)
CPU GT Cores    33 °C  (91 °F)
CPU #1 / Core #1    24 °C  (75 °F)
CPU #1 / Core #2    24 °C  (75 °F)
CPU #1 / Core #3    24 °C  (75 °F)
CPU #1 / Core #4    24 °C  (75 °F)
CPU #1 / Core #5    24 °C  (75 °F)
CPU #1 / Core #6    23 °C  (73 °F)
CPU #1 / Core #7    23 °C  (73 °F)
CPU #1 / Core #8    25 °C  (77 °F)
MOS    51 °C  (124 °F)
GPU1: GPU Diode    57 °C  (135 °F)
GPU2: GPU Diode    53 °C  (127 °F)
Samsung SSD 970 EVO Plus 500GB    48 °C  (118 °F)
ST3000DM008-2DM166    27 °C  (81 °F)
    
Cooling Fans    
CPU    2156 RPM
GPU1: GPU    867 RPM  (24%)
GPU2: GPU    405 RPM  (11%)
    
Voltage Values    
CPU Core    1.334 V
CPU VID    1.280 V
+3.3 V    3.376 V
+5 V    5.080 V
+12 V    12.000 V
DIMM    1.360 V
PCH Core    1.064 V
VCCIO    1.366 V
VCCSA    1.353 V
GPU1: GPU Core    1.050 V
GPU2: GPU Core    1.063 V
    
Power Values    
CPU Package    25.30 W
CPU IA Cores    23.04 W
CPU Uncore    0.71 W
DIMM    1.54 W
GPU1: GPU TDP%    29%
GPU2: GPU TDP%    31%
 

Your motherboard doesn't provide a single CPU thermal reading, but instead it provides 2 readings: CPU Diode and CPU Socket.

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