Hardware Monitor CPU Help

There is

CPUTIN

Cores 0-3

and package

which of these are the best to look at for temps when overclocking
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  1. Cores and Package. Package is the actual CPU temp though. CPUTIN is strange with my system (2500K on a P8Z68-V LE mobo and it definitely doesn't report the correct CPU temp. Something like 80C+ most of the time, when Package and Cores are in the high 20's to low 30's at idle when I'm using the Balanced power profile in Windows).
  2. thanks for the reply
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