BIOS only has the CPU temp though, not the core temp. But from what I've seen it's about the same as the CPU temp that AIDA64, SpeedFan, and HWMonitor are giving me, and 30-35 'C idle / 50-55 'C under load is a very sensible reading, so I trust that. And around 65 'C under load sounds right for the core temp. That leaves me with three questions:
- The package reading from HWMonitor is flat-out wrong, right? There's no way I should even be able to see 105 'C without the computer having locked up first, right?
- Can sensors be accurate at high temps and inaccurate at lower temps? Because that's what it seems like with the core temp. If I needed an offset of ~22 'C then it'd be running up around 90 'C under load.
- Am I missing the core temp reading in the BIOS, or is it just not there?