Good afternoon, I ran into a problem, the HWinfo VR VCC temperature sensor TEMPERATURE shows a temperature of 57 degrees Celsius in a simple system, I do not overclock, almost all indicators are 30-36 degrees and this sensor shows 57, and tell me what the VRM MOS sensor means.
VR VCC temperature is the Voltage Regulator (VR) temperature read straight from the VR. It's quite common that VR temperatures are higher than other components unless the mainboard features a dedicated cooler on the VRM. VRs are also capable to withstand higher temperatures.
VRM MOS sensor is most probably the temperature of the MOSFET circuit in the VRM area, but the exact meaning/positioning depends on particular mainboard design. It might be a sensor close to a chip, hence not measuring the internal (higher) temperature values.