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Older system showing wrong value(s)
I've got an older AMD system here which appears to be showing the wrong values.

System board Temperature 1 jumps all over the place.. 90c, 229c, 5c, 64c, etc... obviously something wrong here.

Fan RPMs seem a bit high to me as well... could just be me though. Wink


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Temperature 1 seems to be an invalid reading of a not connected input that should be ignored.
Since this is an older system, it might be tricky to adjust the other sensor values. Is the BIOS displaying System Health Monitoring values? If yes, can you please write them down or take a photo?

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