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Implausible CPU temp on Atom 330
#1
Room temp >30 degree Celsius
air blown out from the case higher than Human normal temp lets say 40 degree Celsius

so both Disk temp as well as SMSC Aux (and CPU/MB as well) temp considered reasonable

BUT
Core0, Core1 and CoreMax temp of CPU#0: Intel Atom 330 with 24-27(30) degree Celsius considered impossible (Or I have discovered a new Physical effect Cool


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#2
Please check this: http://www.hwinfo.com/forum/Thread-CPU-C...s-Fictions
which I believe will explain it Wink
Note, that your CPU is based on the Silverthorne, when referring to the table in the above thread.
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(07-26-2013, 07:24 AM)Martin Wrote: Please check this: http://www.hwinfo.com/forum/Thread-CPU-C...s-Fictions
which I believe will explain it Wink
Note, that your CPU is based on the Silverthorne, when referring to the table in the above thread.

Thank You

but what is the SMSC LPC CPU temp is it the Graphic controllers temp?

If yes, CPU could be below 50 Celsius

But when this is an alternate CPU temp measurement Core1 and/or 2 should at least show some 50 deg Celsius
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#4
The CPU temp as displayed under SMSC LPC might be something different and some values under this sensor might require adjustments specific to your mainboard model. Can you please check in the BIOS what sensor values are displayed there? Even better would be the values from Intel utility, since in BIOS the temperatures are likely to be higher than in Windows.
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