Can you please attach the HWiNFO Debug File from latest version? I'd like to check something, but not sure if there's anything I can do here. Most likely those glitches are caused directly by the sensor chip.X570 Aorus Pro here. After latest v6.22-4060 I did saw 2 times only (after many days of usage) after long idling, VRM and PCH temps glitch report the max value of 116C and 96C respectively. It was not the same time.
One day was the VRM and some other the PCH. And like I said it happen only one time for each. And prior to this version never had such values through out the 6 months I have the system and use HWiNFO (which is great and the best tool I ever had, lets not forget that)
Thanks Martin!Thanks. I analyzed this and it's quite strange that only the latest HWiNFO version shows such occasional erratic values as there were no changes in this part of code for a quite long time.
Perhaps something else has indirect effect on this, or some other monitoring tool if you're running in parallel with HWiNFO.
Anyway, these ITE IT868x chips have a quite bad reputation. They caused heavy headaches to ASUS in their 3xx/4xx series mainboards with all sorts of problems including erratic values or corruption of the whole SIO state. Also GIGABYTE's designs with dual ITE chips have been causing several issues in the past.