What is the CPU DIODE TEMP and CPU TEMP? Tags: CPUs Temperature Overclocking Last response: April 10, 2007 9:02 AM in Overclocking Share bboysil April 9, 2007 10:11:11 AM I receive there temperature readings from everest: CPU Diode temp: 39.3(average) CPU temp 34.4 (average) What is the difference be the tow terms? Shouldn't they be the same value? More about : cpu diode temp cpu temp 1Tanker April 10, 2007 9:02:08 AM Quote:I receive there temperature readings from everest: CPU Diode temp: 39.3(average) CPU temp 34.4 (average) What is the difference be the tow terms? Shouldn't they be the same value?The "CPU Diode" temp will be a reading of the core temperature(truer/more important reading), whereas the "CPU" temp will be a reading of the heatspreaders temp. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedTesting overclock on my 8350: wacky cpu temp diode Forum cpu temp. Diode or Socket? Forum MBM5 says my cpu diode's cooler than my case temp? Forum SolvedWhat's causing my high CPU temp cuz I'm stumped :P Forum Solvedwhat is an ideal cpu temp under load and idle Forum SolvedWhat happen when CPU Temperature Exceed Max Temp ? Forum SolvedWhat AMD CPU Temp Monitor? Forum SolvedCPU Temp too high, core temps are ok, what is the problem ? Forum SolvedWhat's my real CPU Temp? Forum SolvedWhat CPU Temp is actually the real one? Forum SolvedFan spinning above 4k RPM and temp spikes to above 50C and spikes of CPU usage what is wrong? Forum SolvedWhat is good cpu temp range after installing liquid cooling Forum what should cpu temp be Forum What is wrong?? CPU stock temp is high... Forum SolvedWhat is the ideal Temp. of CPU Forum SolvedWhat should my CPU temp be at? Forum SolvedWhat should my CPU temp be at? Forum SolvedWhat is a safe CPU temp - i5 3570k Forum whats a good program to see what your cpu temp is? thanks Forum SolvedWhat is more important cpu temp or core temp ??? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !