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Temperature problems

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September 18, 2010 1:20:18 AM

Speedfan recognizes one of my temperatures (temp2) as 92C but the system is running fine.
GPU is 40C and CPU is 28C
temp1 is 34C
temp3 is 37C

i dont understand where the temperature reading is from

Specs:
AMD 1090T on stock heatsink/fan
8GB 1600Mhz ADATA RAM
gigabyte 480 gtx
intel x25 SSD
WD scorpio blue 1TB 7200rpm
rosewill 1kw psu
antec 1200
windows 7 ultimate

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September 18, 2010 2:24:01 AM

You forgot to include your motherboard... It could be a temp issue with your North/South Bridge heat sink. Also, it could just be a false reading coming from Speedfan... meaning it is not actually reading a temperature.
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September 18, 2010 2:24:47 AM

ah. sorry, my motherboard is MSI NF980-G65
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September 18, 2010 11:20:56 PM

It looks like the SpeedFan is picking up a "false" reading. It thinks something is there but isn't really reading anything. I would just hide that reading and don't worry about it. Also, I would recommend CPUID's HWMonitor instead. In my experience, it has been more reliable at showing accurate temps.
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September 19, 2010 3:24:53 PM

tecmo34 said:
It looks like the SpeedFan is picking up a "false" reading. It thinks something is there but isn't really reading anything. I would just hide that reading and don't worry about it. Also, I would recommend CPUID's HWMonitor instead. In my experience, it has been more reliable at showing accurate temps.


i also checked with the hwmonitor, same thing, temps range from 86-95C
i think it's a problem with the sensor itself, since the temps at boot read ~90C and start fluctuating right after booting into windows after cooling overnight
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