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    Temperature readings innacurrate on all sensors

    Yes but 115 degrees c means it will cook. Read my posts again.
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    Temperature readings innacurrate on all sensors

    OK, you're logic is entirely comprehensible - but I highly doubt my cpu is at 90 degrees. As I said I have replaced (added) the thermal compound, really not that long ago. The CPU is locked. I have amazing cooling in my case (mobo never reaches a 5 degree delta, neither do any of my dedicated...
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    Temperature readings innacurrate on all sensors

    False alarm :( Forgot that I was stressing the CPU when the problem occurred, and I just checked it on idle, so I ran a stress test for 5 seconds to see what happened. Core temp has a similar problem. It reads under any significant load temps above 90 degrees c - I couldn't read...
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    Temperature readings innacurrate on all sensors

    Everything seems to be in sync now :/ Funny - all I did was go to sleep and wake up. (me, not the computer) Sorry to waste your time - seems like it was just having a moment for a while.
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    Temperature readings innacurrate on all sensors

    Cheers mate, I forgot about CoreTemp and the positioning of sensors. I'll check those things out.
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    Temperature readings innacurrate on all sensors

    Hey everyone, Motherboard is an Asus P8Z77-V LX. CPU is a Core I7-3770 Ivy Bridge. Running Windows 8.1. Anyway with that cleared up, onto the issue. Speedfan, Ai Suite II both read CPU temps of 50 degrees (i'm currently converting video - CPU at ~40%). HwInfo reads significantly higher than...
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