HWinfo temperature readings Tags: Apps Games Temperature CPUs Last response: April 5, 2014 6:56 PM in Applications Share dinnydevil April 5, 2014 6:39:57 PM Just happened to be using the HWinfo application so I could see my CPU temps in-game and I noticed some very high temperatures for 'Nuvoton NCT6791D'. CPU 28c Temp2 37c Temp3 107c Temp4 105c Temp5 105c Temp6 114c etc.etc. Is this normal or is there a potential problem? More about : hwinfo temperature readings Reply to dinnydevil scout_03 a c 87 à CPUs April 5, 2014 6:56:13 PM you may have a sensor issue those over 100 c are not usual try to use hwmonitor to compare your temp and what kind of cpu you have . Reply to scout_03 m 0 l Ask the community Post an answer Related resources SolvedHWiNFO64 readings help Forum Solvedcpuid\hwinfo64 false readings Forum SolvedSYSTIN3 Temperature 190.5C in HWiNFO? Forum SolvedHuge difference in APU temperature in HWinfo and MSI Bios Forum Core Temp vs. HWINFO32 CPU temp readings Forum Cpuid and hwinfo different readings, cause for concern? 3570k Forum Using HWINFO64 for FX 8320, which cpu temp reading to go by Forum SolvedHelp in understand my core temperature readings Forum SolvedIncorrect temperature readings Forum SolvedGPU temperature readings absurdly high. Forum SolvedTemperature Readings Don't Match Forum SolvedH/W temperature readings Forum SolvedInconsistant temperature readings with FX-6300 Forum SolvedFalse temperature readings limiting CPU? Forum SolvedWeird Idle Temperature Readings (i5 3570K @ 3.8) Forum gigabyte z97x gaming 5 not showing any temperature readings in windows Forum New Build Temperature readings accurate? Forum HW Monitor 2 cpu temperature readings, which one is the most accurate? Forum SolvedFX6300 temperature readings Forum SolvedFX8350 Temperature Readings are... bizarre at best? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Applications categories Graphics Internet Applications Multimedia Office Security CAD Distributed Computing Drivers Enterprise Software Firmware Programming Photoshop Skype Wordpress !