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Extreme Temps Read on Nuvoton NCT6791D
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Just installed NWiNFO on my new machine as it was recommended to me by a friend, under the sensors tab, however the Nuvoton chipset registers multiple temperatures (labelled helpfully as Temp3 through Temp6) as in excess of 110 degrees C, I believe (and hope) these are erroneous as the CPU/Motherboard temperature from the same chip currently read 24 degrees C and the CPU sensors on the chipset itself read slightly higher at around 30 degrees C

I've attached the debug file and a screenshot, should I be worried about these readings?

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For some reason I can't get the debug file to attach properly, here's the screenshot anyway: http://imgur.com/NPfXYt8
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#2
Those values are certainly erratic, most probably from not connected sensors.
I suggest to ignore them.
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(09-10-2014, 03:27 PM)Balestar Wrote: Just installed NWiNFO on my new machine as it was recommended to me by a friend, under the sensors tab, however the Nuvoton chipset registers multiple temperatures (labelled helpfully as Temp3 through Temp6) as in excess of 110 degrees C, I believe (and hope) these are erroneous as the CPU/Motherboard temperature from the same chip currently read 24 degrees C and the CPU sensors on the chipset itself read slightly higher at around 30 degrees C

I've attached the debug file and a screenshot, should I be worried about these readings?

--edit--
For some reason I can't get the debug file to attach properly, here's the screenshot anyway: http://imgur.com/NPfXYt8

I have the same problem with that same chip on a ASRock Z97 Mother board. Confused Its not your board so don't panic. I've been running this Mother board since the middle of May this year.It's a false reading, I'll let the programmers explain why I just don't remember.
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#4
Same issue on an Z87M-PLUS , picosecond of panic ensued.
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