10C difference between coretemp & mobo reading Tags: Heatsinks Asus Core Temp Speedfan Intel Overclocking Last response: December 19, 2006 6:18 PM in Overclocking Share milnyckyj December 19, 2006 12:35:03 PM I'm using an intel c2d E6400, Asus P5B-E and the intel hsf, no overclock. I'm also running Core Temp, SpeedFan and the asus probe utility. The temps in Core Temp are around 36/54 idle/load. Speedfan and the asus utility read 45/62. Which one of these should I trust? Isn't 60C pushing the comfortable range for this cpu? More about : 10c difference coretemp mobo reading dasickninja December 19, 2006 5:33:09 PM Usually I'd say trust Core Temp. darkstar782 December 19, 2006 6:18:41 PM Trust core temp or TAT. All other utilities suck. A core temp reading of 54°C is ok, and common for overclocked CPUs, but a little hot for stock speeds. Is the HSF seated correctly? The CPU will throttle back if it hits 85°C, so you are well within that margin. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumCore 1 10.C over core 0? Forum10C temperature difference between cores? ForumCoretemp wild readings vs Asus PC probe ForumMassive temp difference between motherboards Forume8400 temp 8-10 degree's difference between cores..why? ForumWhy is there 10 degree C difference between Real Temp & Nvidia Monitor ForumCPU runs 10C above what it should: Problem? ForumAsus A7 series and Abit KT Temps 10C different Forumwow am i pissed, Cpu riseing 10C every minute and tops out at 85C ForumQ6600 + newb + CoreTemp ForumP5WD2 CPU temp misreads by 10C ? ForumCPU Temps - Intel Thermal Analysis Tool, CoreTemp , SpeedFan, ForumCoreTemp vs EasyTune Temp Differences ForumQ6600 safe temps/temp differences/ coretemp vs. speedfan ForumDifference in cpu core temperature ForumCoreTemp temperature difference ForumTemps were good, then shot up 10c ! ForumBIOS temps vs CoreTemp and HWMonitor readings ForumCrossfire HD7870 x8 questions? ForumOpinions on Asus P5N-E SLI Mobo? More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !