Could this temperature reading be wrong? Tags: Heatsinks Temperature CPUs Overclocking Last response: November 18, 2009 2:46 AM in Overclocking Share msteele8820 November 18, 2009 12:59:41 AM I'm using SpeedFan to read the temp of my computer. The readings are as follows Temp 1: 27C Temp 2: 29C (Pretty sure this is my CPU) Temp 3: 79C Core: 21C Could that temp 3 be wrong? I've checked in BIOS and it said my CPU was around 27C and there was another reading of something else around 25C. More about : temperature reading wrong CompuTronix a b à CPUs a b K Overclocking November 18, 2009 2:46:30 AM Temp 3 is quite probably an unassigned input, thus the erroneous temperature. It can be disabled by clicking on "Configure" then unchecking Temp 3 under the "Temperatures" tab. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWrong temperature readings? Forum Wrong temperature readings Forum SolvedInsane Motherboard Temperature reading. Forum SolvedWhich temperature reading should I look at with AIDA64? Forum SolvedWhich reading for cpu temperature do I use? Forum SolvedCPU Heat sink wrong temperature? Forum SolvedAll Temperature programs give me an incorrect reading or overheating? Forum SolvedCrazy temperature reading Forum SolvedNeed help in temperature reading Forum SolvedWhat temperature reading is correct? Forum SolvedCrazy hot temperature reading, disagrees with BIOS; advice? Forum SolvedIs my socket temperature reading right? Forum SolvedWhich temperature reading should I be watching when overclocking?? Forum SolvedCPU-Z Reading Wrong VCore? Forum Solved115c Mainboard temperature reading from HWMonitor? Forum SolvedSpeedFan and HW monitor reading wrong temps ? Forum SolvedCan the CPU show wrong temperature? Over 120 C (262 F) Forum SolvedFX-8350 weird temperature reading Forum What temperature reading does the CPU-fan use for control. Forum Trouble Reading Cpu Temperature Forum More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !