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CPUID HWmonitor giving odd reading?

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  • temp
  • CPUs
  • hw
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Last response: in Systems
June 6, 2014 5:03:14 PM

I recently discovered CPUID's HWMonitor software, I am in love with the program because not only does it tell me my CPU socket temps, but also my CPU core temps & all my other necessary temps.

However, ever since I downloaded it, there's this one reading on it that strikes me as odd.

It's the TMPIN2 reading. It CONSTANTLY reads 128°C ever since I installed it. I was just wondering what this reading means? And why it never changes, and reads so high?

I'm assuming it's false, because if any part of my PC were actually 128°C it would surely cause a hell of a lot of problems.

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June 6, 2014 5:30:26 PM

Software monitoring can still be buggy and it is not always accurate. It is false else the cpu will shut down due to safety measures put in place.
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June 6, 2014 5:33:34 PM

Hwm is a 3rd party software and tries to be compatible with every company which configs their mobos differently. So it may just read a sensor that is not really a temp sensor and display it. You can ignore it.
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