What is something really 127 degrees?

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What is something really 127 degrees?

Postby dc41 » Fri May 30, 2008 5:26 am

Just bought and installed hmonitor. It is displaying four temps:

Mainboard, CPU, CPU1 Core, CPU0 Core

What is the CPU temp indicating? Do I really have something at 127c?
H/w report follows.
Hmonitor Version 4.4.2.1 3E6E991A
H/W diagnostics info:
Windows XP Professional Version 5.1.2600 Service Pack 2
Manufacturer: Biostar
Board model: TForce 965PT Deluxe
Version:
BIOS vendor: Phoenix Technologies, LTD
BIOS version: 6.00 PG, Release date: 05/14/2007
Chipset: Intel 965P
Vendor ID: 31041565
SouthBridge: 28108086
SMB port used: 0500
CPU:Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU 6600 @ 2.40GHz
CPUId:0-6-F-6
Cores:2
Internal Freq=2700.0 MHz
External Freq=300.00 MHz
Multiplier=9.0
SystemBus Freq=1200.0 MHz QDR
Thermo control configuration:
Full Throttle:100.0%
AMD Low Power mode:Disabled
Win 95/98 Idle Control:Disabled
Device:None Throttle:25.0% Enable at:70.0°C Disable at:65.0°C
Main Sensor: IT8718F
Monitored data values:
Mainboard=33.0°C (0,Thermistor,0.0°C)
CPU=127.0°C (1,Thermistor,0.0°C)
CPU1 Core=34.0°C (1,CoreTemp,0.0°C)
CPU0 Core=39.0°C (0,CoreTemp,0.0°C)
Chassis=xxxx rpm
CPU1=xxxx rpm
CPU2=xxxx rpm
Power=xxxx rpm
Core=+1.33V
Aux=+1.28V
+3.3V=+3.33V
+5V=+5.08V
+12V=+xx.xxV
-12V=-xx.xxV
-5V=-x.xxV
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Re: What is something really 127 degrees?

Postby author » Fri May 30, 2008 5:30 am

DC41 wrote:CPU=127.0°C (1,Thermistor,0.0°C)


It means that wrong sensor type is used for this sensor.
Try to change it to DIODE, or to N/A if it won't help.
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