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    very high CPUTIN temp.

    earlier today I left my computer idle and shut the LEDs on the fan off from my case. I went to boot it up later and before I gamed I checked my temperatures and the CPUTIN temp. was 124c. I don't know if this is even possible because before it was at 60c and it never changed from that. I don't even know what a CPUTIN is but I'm guessing it's not good if it's that high. I had my bios on default settings and I have not overclocked anything yet. What should I do to prevent this happening again? and also, do you think I damaged anything in my system because I bought warranty.

    Pic attached is my normal system temps. read by HWmonitor
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    after further research I came up with this

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/32...-reading-temps

    I guess this program reports bogus mobo readings? I'm confused

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    It's bogus. Looking over CPUID's HWM and my CPUTIN is 60C as well, whereas the hottest core is at 36C. Feel free to ignore it.

    This is in a non air conditioned room, where it's currently 39C outside.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rod911 View Post
    It's bogus. Looking over CPUID's HWM and my CPUTIN is 60C as well, whereas the hottest core is at 36C. Feel free to ignore it.

    This is in a non air conditioned room, where it's currently 39C outside.
    What program do you use to monitor your system?

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    I also use HArdware monitor and I have checked with the program that came with my ASUS P8Z68-V and the "SYSTIN" on HWmonitor is the Motherboard temp on ASUS software. So HW monitor's temps are not really bogus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by velomaxx View Post
    What program do you use to monitor your system?
    In my original post, but added a little bit of extra in red...

    Quote Originally Posted by Rod911 View Post
    ...Looking over CPUID's HWM (aka CPUID Hardware Monitor) and my CPUTIN is 60C as well, whereas the hottest core is at 36C.
    ||i5 2500K@4.8Ghz[1.325v]|ASUS P8Z68-V Pro Gen3|8GB G.Skill Ripjaws X F3-12800CL8D@1600Mhz[8-8-8-18-1T]|GB GTX670 OC [1241/1606]|240BGB SanDisk Extreme SSD|500GB Samsung|500GB*2 WD (RAID0)|700W Seasonic M12|Dell U2711|Samsung 226BW||
    ||Cuplex Kryos HF|XSPC RX240|Panaflo FBA12G12H*2|Eheim 1048||||Logitech G510|Logitech MX620||

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    Thats thr problem with applications like this...too much info. Use realtemp or comretemp and forget about your mobo temps.

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    Yep, bogus.
    OCCT gives me the same reading sometimes.
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    have been scared, it have said often 210c, now its telling me CPUTIN temperarture over 500c! i think my processor should melt on that temperature.
    Still stock i5 650, thinking to overclock it to 4 ghz
    but first want to make sure it wont !

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