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Old 09-24-2014, 04:06 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Long story short, had a very well detailed reply why HWMonitor is useless with A-Series processors as it does NOT report the correct temp, then database errors. The processors DO run hot, VERY hot, and they are built to tolerate the heat, but, Coretemp, and HWMonitor, as well as Speedfan fail to report the proper temp for the CPU.
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Long story short, had a very well detailed reply why HWMonitor is useless with A-Series processors as it does NOT report the correct temp, then database errors. The processors DO run hot, VERY hot, and they are built to tolerate the heat, but, Coretemp, and HWMonitor, as well as Speedfan fail to report the proper temp for the CPU.
What about RealTemp?
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Old 09-24-2014, 06:11 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I honestly never thought about trying RealTemp, it's worth a shot, but chances are it will report 80C+ I think when the CPU is truely overheating most software will report abnormally low temps, as in, near freezing. It's been a little while since I researched A-series processors.
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