Strange Temperature Readings

I used CoreTemp and cores read as: C0: 39 Degrees C1: 44 Degrees


In speedfan: C0: 49 C1: 44


wtf, which reading is correct?

Check BIOS, try another temperature reading software, Everest Ultimate is what I use.

ultracombo wrote 8 minutes ago »

Check BIOS, try another temperature reading software, Everest Ultimate is what I use.


lol bios has horrible readings with 45nm procs apparently, it said my e7200 (3.03GHZ) was running @ 23 degrees celcius.


everest says: 44/27 where CoreTemp says 44/38...


WHAT THE HELL IS THIS LOL? HOW DO I KNOW WHATS RIGHT?

When I compare real temp and core temp with my E7200 @ 2.85ghz core temp is always 5 degrees higher than real temp

Ronnieb555 wrote 3 hours ago »

When I compare real temp and core temp with my E7200 @ 2.85ghz core temp is always 5 degrees higher than real temp


so coretemp and speedfan aren't correct?

I use EVEREST and BIOS.