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August 14, 2011 12:15:07 AM

For some reason my CPUID program is telling me that all of my 955 cores are running at 0 Celsius off a stock cooler, and that's obviously not right because i know they are probably not freezing off a stock cooler lol.
Does anyone know why?

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August 14, 2011 4:06:20 AM

Yeach many core temp reading wrong , but cpu temp still active, Your Acc / Acc in had issued about reading, try disabled/enabled/auto , maybe can make different also install other soft temperature like hwmonitor, coretemp, speed fan.
Also can try update bios for fix this bug
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August 14, 2011 4:27:23 AM

Was it reading it correctly before?
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August 14, 2011 4:02:51 PM

Are we talking about CPUID HW monitor?

Strange, I only recommend that program, never had that issue before.
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August 14, 2011 4:21:08 PM

geekapproved said:
Are we talking about CPUID HW monitor?

Strange, I only recommend that program, never had that issue before.

Yes, it is. I just got my new gaming rig running, downloaded it, and it shows core's 0,1,2, and 3 all at 0 celsius.
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August 14, 2011 5:46:02 PM

Well, since it is the first time you're running it, it may be possible that the core temps are being displayed on differently labeled diodes. For example, I run a Pentium D 2.8Ghz dual core processor (overclocked to 3.4 Ghz), the processor temps on the diode are incorrect, both reading 0 degrees, this is because my temps for the processor is located under the diode named remote and temp 1.
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August 14, 2011 6:33:54 PM

ferny111 said:
Well, since it is the first time you're running it, it may be possible that the core temps are being displayed on differently labeled diodes. For example, I run a Pentium D 2.8Ghz dual core processor (overclocked to 3.4 Ghz), the processor temps on the diode are incorrect, both reading 0 degrees, this is because my temps for the processor is located under the diode named remote and temp 1.

hmmmmm well i look at those but i was just running amd overdrive and it wasn't even displaying active core temps, so i think there may be something wrong with my sensor.
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August 14, 2011 9:15:56 PM

Could possibly be, check out forums to see if this issue is common, and also remember that not all processors have a diode attached to each core, especially older ones, though yours should have one on each since it's a Phenom ii :|
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August 20, 2011 3:48:44 AM

nvm guys it turns out it was because my core unlocking feature was turned on my bios, and after researching online evidently this screws up the temp. sensors
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November 22, 2012 4:27:37 AM

Best answer selected by geis.
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