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Which temp is right?

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February 2, 2001 3:18:03 AM

Hey all. I check my temp while windows is open with SiSoft Sandra. Just as an example, I checked it and it said (sorry, I don't remember Celcius) 109 degrees F, I restarted and checked what the bios said, and it said the temp was only 93 degrees F. I assume the bios is more correct... Is there another program that can read the temps accurately? Thanks!

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February 2, 2001 2:17:04 PM

What motherboard?
February 2, 2001 3:17:23 PM

the bios is your safe bet. i think the software might be reading the second sesor. it might actually be reading the motherboard/case temperature. most programs will let you change that, so try displaying both or all sensors.

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February 2, 2001 3:24:29 PM

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