ghnader hsmithot said:
bios doesnt use have idle mode that is why its always hotter in bios.
Some software demand more calculations so they use more power inturn more heat.
Coretemp and Hwmonitor is correct that is because idle mode is on in windows and has been a part of windows OS ever since.So yes idle mode is very energy efficient.
And yes we all have this experience.
Thanks for quick reply! But I don't know if its a dumb question, I Open all of them right next to each other same time, All of the agree except the easytuner. So does your answer applies in this case?