Apparently that's the reason. What I don't understand though is:
1. Why do we have different idle (and operating?) temperature readings using the same CPU and CoreTemp program.
2. Why, in the CoreTemp box listed under "processor information", is your listed frequency different than mine?
Your frequency reads: 1999.77MHz (333.30 x 6.0)
My frequency reads: 2999.97MHz (333.33 x 9.0)
What do these numbers mean? What generates these frequency numbers?
You have closer to the same frequency under RealTemp. Is that the CPU speed? Maybe your CoreTemp program didn't install properly, and if you deleted it and installed it again, it would read your CPU frequency properly/differently.
We also have some different voltage values between your Speedfan and my Everest programs. But I'm unsure of their meaningfulness when I'm at 0 load and you're at 100 load.