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Old 08-20-2008, 12:16 AM   #11 (permalink)
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well that's what I'm reading on these programs. not sure how else to tell.
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coretemp does not monitor brisbane temps properly....nvidia tool is more accurate...that is the average of both cores not combined
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oh i assumed it was combined since it was about the total of them combined. well nvidia monitor is at 28C about 5 mins after load. pretty low i think.
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low enough yes but it isnt accurate either. add probably 5-10 degrees to that. it is the most accurate program, but there isnt ANY program that reads brisbanes right. i had four of them, trust me.
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