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Okay, so in HWMonitor, i have two unlableled temperature sensors.

 

TMPIN0 and TMPIN1. The first seems to shoot up to 46c while doing linpack. I'm guessing those are my mosfets or north/southbridge (both have heatsinks).

 

No idea what the latter is. Any ideas on how to figure this out?

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Okay, so in HWMonitor, i have two unlableled temperature sensors.

 

TMPIN0 and TMPIN1. The first seems to shoot up to 46c while doing linpack. I'm guessing those are my mosfets or north/southbridge (both have heatsinks).

 

No idea what the latter is. Any ideas on how to figure this out?

On mine TMPIN0 is the Northbridge and TMPIN1 is my CPU

 

Check and see if TMPIN1 is the same as your CPU temp. If so then I am correct.

 

Edit:

And by CPU temp I don't mean the core temps, I mean the IHS temp. This is shown by THRM on HWMonitor for me as well as TMPIN1. You can also use another program like EVEREST to see that temp as it will have it labeled as CPU.

Edited by XxHellxRaizerxX

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Okay, well in HWmonitor, TMPIN0 and Aux in Everest are the same.

 

Everest displays TMPIN1 as the motherboard temperature.

 

so... Aux might be the north/south bridge and Motherboard might be a measure of the internal case temp?

 

I don't know, because the air coming out the back of my case isn't 90 degrees...

Edited by NearlyEpic

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Use core tem to monitor the CPU on an AMD platform. it has been the most accurate for me.

 

Far as hardware monitor goes. CPU-ID Hardware monitor is good and everest is nice if you are willing to try that.

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Use core tem to monitor the CPU on an AMD platform. it has been the most accurate for me.

 

Far as hardware monitor goes. CPU-ID Hardware monitor is good and everest is nice if you are willing to try that.

 

lol i have em all, and they all show the same temp.

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