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Nanoprobe
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Re: Temps in CPUID HW Monitor off?

said by jranaudo:

Running a P8Z68-V board and an intel i7-2600k.

Core temps look good at around 29c but the max for CPUTIN is 127c which I think it not accurate.

Is there a more accurate way of measuring temps while overclocking?

If 127c was accurate your CPU would have melted. Could it be 127f?
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said by Nanoprobe:

[If 127c was accurate your CPU would have melted. Could it be 127f?

Silicon melts at 1400+C... so the CPU would not melt... it won't even throttle till 100C on the cores... kinda lol to say @ 27C more it melts... Nextly shutdown is at... wait for it... 125C on the core... yes that is when the PC will shut down for over temp protection... 127 is hardly "melting point" lol

However it is not good for the CPU.

Real temp (as linked), core temp, AIDA... all ones I like.


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